Archive - Oct 2012
The St. Stephens soccer team picked up a crucial victory against Watauga in double overtime on Wednesday, 2-1.
Andrew Barton and Tommy Vo each netted goals for Saint (13-6-2, 8-2-2), while Luke Bruce assisted on Vo's goal.
By virtue of the Indians' win, St. Stephens breaks a tie with Watauga (15-3-3, 8-2-2) to claim second place outright in the Northwestern 3A/4A.
Carolina Panthers linebacker Jon Beason is out for the rest of the season after the team placed him on injured reserve on Wednesday.
Beason had been suffered from knee and shoulder ailments. He is scheduled to have have surgery on his left knee next week.
Salisbury had been a pain in the sides of the Maiden tennis team for two of the past three seasons entering the second round of the dual team playoffs.
That trend continued on Tuesday.
The Lady Hornets (18-2) swept doubles and singles competition, eliminating Maiden (18-2) from the tennis postseason, 9-0.
Tuesday marked second round playoff games in 2A and 3A volleyball.
Three Catawba County schools â Maiden, Newton-Conover and St. Stephens â were in action.
Below are the scores from those games
Maiden 3, North Lincoln 1
St. Stephens 3, North Buncombe 1
South Iredell 3, Newton-Conover 0
Thursday's playoff games
Maiden (21-4) at Polk County (20-5), TBA
RALEIGH â With Dwyane Wade out, Chris Bosh turned in the aggressive performance Miami coach Erik Spoelstra wanted to see.
Bosh scored 21 points to help the Heat beat the Charlotte Bobcats 98-92 in a preseason game Tuesday night.
The Hickory soccer team celebrated 11 of its seniors on Monday, and sent them off the home field in style.
The Red Tornadoes (21-1, 10-1) knocked off rival St. Stephens, 2-1, in a âBattle of Hickoryâ on the soccer field.
To read more of this story, pick up the Tuesday edition of Catawba County's community newspaper, The Observer News Enterprise, at newsstands throughout the county.
Below are Monday's scores from Catawba County soccer games:
Bunker Hill 3, Draughn 1
Richard Xiong scored three goals to lead the Bears to the conference victory against the Wildcats.
With the victory, Bunker Hill (9-8-1, 7-6-0) clinches at least a tie for fourth place.
Newton-Conover 5, East Burke 0
Two Charlotte men were sentenced this past Friday in U.S. District Court in Charlotte for violating the Clean Air Act by conducting false vehicle emissions inspections.
The search for two Catawba County teens from Sherrills Ford continues after other searches come up empty handed.
October celebrates National Disability Awareness Month, and Hickory Public Schools is taking advantage of the awareness.
Lorane Rohr, who serves as the Exception Children's program director for Hickory Public Schools, said the school system's goal is to make sure to understand and identify the needs of a student with a disability.