Archive - Mar 17, 2012
Surviving a bases loaded situation with eight straight fouled-off pitches, Bunker Hillâ€™s Kadi Oâ€™Shell made her ninth toss count.
The junior pitcher managed to get the final out on the ninth pitch of a long at-bat in Fridayâ€™s game against South Iredell, preserving a shutout against the Lady Vikings (2-6, 1-1) and a perfect 2-0 record in the CVAC for Bunker Hill.
The North Carolina High School Athletic Associationâ€™s (NCHSAA) realignment committee met Thursday to review appeals, and by Friday, the committee had a final draft.
In this third draft, which is set in stone barring any procedural error appeals, includes no changes to the proposed conferences from the second draft.
Current CVAC members and county teams Bandys, Bunker Hill, Maiden and Newton-Conover would join an all-2A conference with current CVAC member West Caldwell, as well as three Lincoln County teams in East Lincoln, Lincolnton and West Lincoln.
GREENSBORO â€” C.J. McCollum scored 30 points and Lehigh upset Duke 75-70 in the South Regional to become the second No. 15 seed to beat a No. 2 during a wild Friday in the NCAA tournament.
The Mountain Hawks were the sixth 15 seed overall to pull off the trick. Norfolk State edged Missouri in the West Regional earlier in the day, and No. 13 seed Ohio knocked off fourth-seeded Michigan to add to the madness.
A pottery festival, a barbecue benefit to support a local care center, several book readings, and a presentation on dementia highlight events this week in Catawba County.
Read below for more information about those and other events this week in the region.
For updated event information, pick up the print edition of The Observer News Enterprise from Tuesday-Saturday at newsstands throughout the county.