The Gryphons, playing without several players who are still on the football field, got into a track meet with the homestanding Cougars, but they left with a 94-86 win.
Junior All-American candidate Tashawn Mabry led the Gryphs with 37 points.
On the girls side, senior Dyonna Battle led all scorers with 23 points as the Lady Gryphons beat Goldsboro 66-48.
The Lady Gryphons led 13-12 after one quarter, but used a 12-3 run to start the second quarter and extended their lead to 23-15. The margin grew to 36-25 at the half and was up to 50-35 after three quarters.
The home folks will get to the see the teams for the first time this season Thursday when Southeast Raleigh makes a trip to RMHS. The varsity girls will start play around 6 p.m. followed by the boys around 7:30.