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Hickory falls to Cherryville in 13 innings, 17-14

June 29, 2012

After 13 innings of a seesaw slugfest in American Legion Area IV baseball between Hickory Post 48 and Cherryville Post 100, it was the road team that stood tall.

Post 100 scored three runs in the top of the 13th inning to come away with the 17-14 victory over Post 48.

Hickory rallied down 11-3 after three innings to tie the contest and send the game into extra innings.

Harper solid in Roughriders debut, team wins 43-16

June 29, 2012

Justin Harper made a successful debut Friday in the Canadian Football League regular season, helping to lead Saskatchewan to a 43-16 victory over the Hamilton Tiger-Cats.

Harper caught two passes for 32 yards from Roughriders quarterback Darian Durant. His longest catches was an 18-yard grab.

Crawdads double up Grasshoppers, 11-4

June 29, 2012

Six Hickory Crawdads doubled Friday, helping the team to an 11-4 road victory over the Greensboro Grasshoppers.

It was the second-straight game that Hickory (7-2 in the second half, 43-35 overall) plated double-digits runs against a road opponent.

Saturday, June 30, 2012

June 29, 2012

Rebecca “Becky” Henley Hamilton, age 60, of Maiden passed away Friday, June 29, 2012 at Hospice of Catawba Valley.  Burke Mortuary in Newton is serving the Hamilton family.

Busy roads this weekend

June 29, 2012

A drive to never give up

June 29, 2012

Life has a way of throwing major roadblocks in our journey towards happiness. Such is the case of Phairlever Woodson Pearson, of Newton. His friends know him as Woody.

Marshall arrives with expectations in Phoenix

June 29, 2012

PHOENIX — Not long after his freshman season at North Carolina, Kendall Marshall was asked if he was coming back to Chapel Hill.

The question caught him off-guard.

"Where would I go?" Marshall recalled. "It didn't dawn on me that I could play in the NBA."

A 'permanent' place no more

June 29, 2012

Justin Harper continuing football dream in Canada

June 29, 2012

When his dream of playing professional football nearly ended, Justin Harper remained positive.

Now, the former Bandys and Virginia Tech standout wide receiver is playing football in Canada for the Saskatechwan Roughriders, who kick off their season tonight against the Hamilton Tiger-Cats.

Selen, Crawdads blast Intimidators on the road

June 29, 2012

Scoring 11 runs in the first three innings, the Hickory Crawdads pulled out and stayed ahead of the Kannapolis Intimidators on Thursday for the 13-9 road victory.

Alejandro Selen led Hickory (6-2 in the second half, 42-35 overall) with four RBIs, including a two-run homer in the third inning.

Trever Adams, Jordan Akins and Nick Urbanus added two RBIs each for the Crawdads.

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