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Jul. 1—ASHEBORO — The HiToms’ late rally came up just a little short in falling 13-10 against the rival Asheboro Copperheads in Coastal Plain League baseball Tuesday at McCrary Park.

High Point-Thomasville (13-10 overall, 0-1 second half) trailed 6-0 through three innings and 13-2 through seven. It scored eight in the top of the eighth — highlighted by a grand slam by Hogan Windish — to pull within three runs.

Matt Corder had three hits and an RBI, while Noah Ledford and Max Riemer each had two hits and an RBI, and Tyler Wilmsmeyer had one hit and an RBI for the HiToms, who totaled 12 hits at the plate but committed four errors in the field.

Corder and Ledford each had a double.

Ben Peterson took the loss, allowing six runs (four earned) on six hits and three walks while striking out one in three innings. Chace Harris, Will Lancaster, Maddux Holshouser and Gabe Golob pitched in relief.

The HiToms, following an exhibition game Wednesday against Greensboro, will visit Asheboro tonight before hosting the Copperheads on Friday.

TRIAD — The Metro 4A Conference announced this week its all-conference teams for the final set of sports.

Girls tennis — High Point Central: Olivia Perez; Ragsdale: Ruby Kemp, Ella Pereaz and Lexi Honeycutt; Coach of the Year: Jeff Steed

Wrestling — High Point Central: Isaiah Jimenez, Gregory Floyd, Joseph Sealy, Semaj Booker, Ian Dozer and Matthew Wolf; Ragsdale: Kenneth Merino, Bradley Yokum and Nicholas Glasgow; Most Outstanding Wrestler (upper weights): High Point Central’s Sealey

Baseball — High Point Central: Alex Cook and Robert Hays; Ragsdale: Caleb Harvey, Chad Carpenter, Nick Horkey and Win Scott; Player of the Year: Ragsdale’s Scott

Track — High Point Central: Antonio Vincent; Ragsdale: Yah-Zehira Berry, Naliah Hope, Tyrell Carmichael, Jordan Geddie, Eddy Noyola-Martinez, Cooper Jones, Donovan Platt, Elijah Skeen, Josh Osorio, Ransom Cope, Josiah Lester, Aaron Newman and Eadoin Dixon; Girls Field Athlete of the Year: Ragsdale’s Hope; Boys Coach of the Year: Ragsdale’s Anne Popek.