Archive - Apr 18, 2012
RALEIGH â€” Basketball standout C.J. Leslie is returning to North Carolina State for his junior season.
The school issued a statement saying Leslie would discuss his decision Wednesday afternoon during a scheduled press conference.
The 6-foot-8 forward averaged a team-best 14.7 points and added 7.3 rebounds per game.
Human skeletal remains have been discovered in Caldwell County. Could they belong to Zahra Baker? Authorities are tight-lipped, but theyâ€™re trying to find out.
Details are in Wednesdayâ€™s edition of The O-N-E, which also includes more comments offered in the Catawba County debate over same-sex marriage.
After breaking two legs and a right arm when he was 2 years old, Will Lamb's future in sports was uncertain.
â€śI couldnâ€™t do anything mobile for six months,â€ť Lamb said. â€śI was in a body cast. I didnâ€™t know what was going on. I never knew that I couldnâ€™t play sports. My parents let me do what I wanted. I wanted to play baseball. It just stuck.â€ť
Todd Church drove in two RBIs and also pitched a complete game to lead Newton-Conover to its fourth victory of the season against East Burke, 9-5.
Chris Aronis also drove in two RBIs, while Michael Woods and Jayme Arnold both went 2-for-4 from the plate.
Other baseball scores
Bunker Hill 10, Draughn 6
Bandys 7, West Caldwell 6
Maiden 9, South Iredell 3
A four-run bottom of the fifth inning helped lift the Hickory Crawdads to a 7-5 victory against the Kannapolis Intimidators on Tuesday at L.P. Frans Stadium.
Trailing 4-3 entering the fifth, but the 'Dads (8-5) took a 6-4 lead behind a two-run triple from second basemen Rougned Odor that scored Jhonny Gomez and Chris Grayson.