Randleman (5-20) took an early 6-2 lead against the Lady Hounds, but the home team finished the quarter with a 15-2 run to lead 17-8.
Raven Hayes made the first basket of the second quarter for Randleman, giving her six of the team’s first 10 points. Then the Hounds clamped down.
Using a full-court press, North stole the ball and forced turnovers so often that Randleman seldom got a shot on goal the rest of the half. Nicole Rumplasch scored eight points and Morgan Bunker six as the Hounds scored the last 25 points of the half.
Up 42-10 to start the third, Coach Shane Slate put his starters back in for a few minutes before bringing in subs and newly called-up members of the junior varsity squad. By that point, the run had reached 36 straight points.
Meka Hoover made a couple of free throws, and Hayes made a baseline jumper during a brief 7-5 push. Then the Hounds took off on another run, scoring 24 of the last 30 points.
From their six regular players, the Hounds got 14 from Rumplasch, Bunker 12, Morgan Midkiff nine, Kristina Rumplasch eight, Emily Culler seven and Malaya Johnson six. Midkiff scored all nine of her points in the first half and led teammates to easy transition baskets.
Also contributing were Elin March 11, Katie Smith six, Morgan Shadrick five, Maddison Hanks two and Bailey Culler two.
Hayes led Randleman with nine points.
North Surry advances to the next round of the playoffs on Wednesday. It hosts the winner of North Stanley and Lexington.