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Archive - Mar 11, 2012

Catawba County sports schedule

March 11, 2012

Tuesday, March 13
St. Stephens softball at Hibriten
Maiden softball at Newton-Conover
Bandys softball vs. Draughn
Bunker Hill softball at East Burke
Foard softball at South Caldwell

St. Stephens baseball vs. Hibriten
Maiden baseball at Newton-Conover
Bandys baseball vs. Draughn
Bunker Hill baseball at East Burke
Fred T. Foard baseball vs. South Caldwell

St. Stephens tennis vs. Foard
Maiden tennis at Newton-Conover
Bandys tennis vs. Draughn
Bunker Hill tennis at East Burke
Foard tennis at St. Stephens

St. Stephens soccer at HIbriten

O-N-E sports schedule for the week

March 11, 2012

Monday, March 12
NWC at Brushy Mountain CC (Alexander Central)

CVAC golf vs. Bunker Hill (Rock Barn)

Bandys track and field at East Lincoln
Newton-Conover at East Lincoln

Bandys soccer vs. Lincolnton

Bunker Hill tennis at Lake Norman

L-R women's golf at Dana Rader Intercollegiate
L-R softball vs. Shepherd (doubleheader), 2 p.m.

Tuesday, March 13
St. Stephens softball at Hibriten
Maiden softball at Newton-Conover
Bandys softball vs. Draughn
Bunker Hill softball at East Burke
Foard softball at South Caldwell

Hickory falls in 3A hoops title game, 78-64

March 11, 2012

CHAPEL HILL — Dante Battle and Terrill Hilliard both had double-doubles as Rocky Mount beat Hickory 78-64 Saturday night for the Class 3-A North Carolina High School Athletic Association men's championship.

Battle, named the game's MVP, finished with 20 points and 16 rebounds. Hilliard added 21 points and 11 rebounds for the Gryphons (27-3), who won their second 3-A title in the last three years and fifth overall.

Kenneth Peoples chipped in 12 points and Tabias Hilliard 10 for Rocky Mount, which shot 41.8 percent and outrebounded Hickory 51-38.

Marshall leads UNC to 69-67 ACC win over NC State

March 11, 2012

ATLANTA — After a rugged, foul-plagued game in which each team lost its top scorer, the officials put their whistles away in the closing seconds.

It worked out just fine for North Carolina.

It sent North Carolina State into a tizzy.

Kendall Marshall banked in a shot with 10.2 seconds remaining and the fourth-ranked Tar Heels came up with a pair of defensive stops to edge their state rival, escaping a wild finish with a 69-67 victory over N.C. State in the semifinals of the Atlantic Coast Conference tournament Saturday.

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Catawba native Bobby Lutz is a finalist for the head men's basketball coaching job at College of...
Todd Starkey is leaving the Lenoir-Rhyne women’s basketball program to take an assistant coaching...

 

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