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Archive - Feb 19, 2012

Update: Schools delay opening

February 19, 2012

Winter weather Sunday night prompted Catawba County and Newton-Conover City school systems to delay the start of school two hours on Monday. The delay applies to students and staff.

Hickory Public Schools will also operate under a two-hour delay for students and staff Monday.

Catawba Valley Community College will delay opening until 10 a.m. due to weather conditions. The delay applies to all CVCC campuses.

Lenoir-Rhyne University will hold classes as planned.

Snow began falling in Catawba County late Sunday afternoon, bringing the first snow to the county of winter 2011-2012.

BREAKING: Winter weather advisory issued for Catawba County

February 19, 2012

The National Weather Service issued a winter weather advisory for several western North Carolina counties, including Catawba County.

NWS in Greenville-Spartanburg issued the advisory that will be in effect from noon Sunday until 6 a.m. Monday.

According to NWS, colder air continues to filter into the N.C. mountains and foothills from the north. Low pressure will track from the Gulf Coast states to the offshore Atlantic waters Sunday, spreading moisture into the western North Carolina region.

Red Devils win West Regional, qualify 5 for states

February 19, 2012

It was a successful Saturday for the Newton-Conover wrestling program — both as a team and individually.

The Red Devils held off Pisgah to earn the 2A West Regional crown, while qualifying five wrestlers for next weekend's state championships in Greensboro.

Among the five Red Devils heading to states are Ian Canrobert at 106 pounds, Franklin Wepner at 126 pounds, Tyler Benfield at 195 pounds, Eric Holbrook at 145 pounds and Addison Klutz at 152 pounds.

Wepner also picked up an individual title at the regionals, defeating Polk County's Jose Ramirez in the 126-pound final.

Tigers repeat on mat as 3A West Regional champs

February 19, 2012

Fred T. Foard added a second-straight 3A West Regional title to its program's history on Saturday.

The Tigers scored 159 points on their way to the Regional championship, qualifying seven wrestlers for next weekend's state championships in Greensboro in the process.

Two Tigers — Ben Pitts at 132 pounds and Hayden Albert at 160 pounds — also scored individual titles in their respective weight class at the regionals.

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