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Red Devils gear up for another dual run

February 7, 2012

Entering Tuesday’s first and second rounds of the dual team state wrestling tournament, Newton-Conover is rolling.

The Red Devils, tied for 10th in the country in wins with 38, try to capture something that has evaded them the past few seasons — a state championship.

It starts with a first-round match-up against Ashe County.

N-C wrestling coach Eddy Clark said it all starts with a formula.

Turner leaving as N-C athletic director

February 7, 2012

Newton-Conover High School's athletic director will soon leave the post.
Ericia Turner, who has served as NCHS' AD for three years, accepted a job directing athletics in the Alamance-Burlington Schools system.

“This job just came along,” Turner said. “Once I learned about the position, I got excited about it. I thought it was a good position for me. When I got selected, that was my confirmation.”

Turner has tendered a 60-day notice to Newton-Conover City Schools (NCCS).

Bandys' Beatty 3-peats as CVAC's top swimmer

February 7, 2012

For the third-straight season, a Bandys girls swimmer is the best in the Catawba Valley 2A.

Senior Michaela Beatty, who placed in the top three of each of her individual events Saturday at the 2A regionals, won the 2012 CVAC girls swimmer of the year. She claimed the award in 2010 and 2011 as a sophomore and junior, respectively.

Beatty is the only girl from a Catawba County school represented on the CVAC’s all-conference teams.

Joining her as All-CVAC are Draughn’s Haley Brinkley, Emily Farris, Alexis Lynn, Elizabeth Phillips and Karoline Pittman.

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