Archive - Aug 15, 2012
For the second time in three days, St. Stephens faced a Catawba Valley 2A squad and never blinked.
The Lady Indians (2-0) cruised to a 3-0 road victory over Maiden on Wednesday, two days after they shut out Bunker Hill at home by the same score.
AC Reynolds picked up a tight 3-2 victory over St. Stephens on the soccer field Wednesday in Hickory.
The Indians (1-1) were led by Tommy Vo and Osvaldo Crus, who each pocketed a goal in the contest.
North Lincoln 3, Bunker Hill 1
The Lady Bears fell to 0-2 with a road loss to the Lady Knights, 23-25, 19-25, 25-23 and 24-26.
WATKINS GLEN, N.Y. â€” When Paul Wolfe decided to give NASCAR a try, he made sure he had a backup plan.
"I became a certified welder," Wolfe said. "I never really thought driving would ever provide me a chance. The opportunity to work on cars was more realistic. I wasn't really thinking about driving when I got into it."
It's good to be a realist.
When William Lemons first started driving gas was 15 cents a gallon. Now Lemons and his wife are paying $3.73 for Plus unleaded.
“I can’t afford to fill up my tank. I put $20 in twice a week,” said Lemons.
When driving through Maiden don’t be alarmed if you see a golf cart on Main Street. This new way of getting around town may soon be in effect.
Bandys pitcher Hunter Harvey will compete with some of the best young baseball talent in the country this Saturday at the Under Armour All-America Baseball Game at Wrigley Field.
Harvey's selection to the All-America Game is his second biggest honor received in as many weeks.
After finishing 0-12 on the court a season ago, the St. Stephens tennis team picked up a hard-fought 5-4 victory against the Bunker Hill Bears on Tuesday in Claremont.
"This was a big win for the kids," said Lady Indians coach Todd Davis.
St. Stephens 5, Bunker Hill 4
HAGERSTOWN, MD. â€” Hagerstown stretched its advantage in the South Atlantic League's Northern Division to 1.5 games over the Hickory Crawdads with a dramatic 4-3 walkoff win in the bottom of the ninth on Tuesday.
Trailing 3-1 entering the ninth inning, Hickory (27-24 in the second half, 64-56 overall) tied the contest up on a pair of RBI singles from Jorge Alfaro and Alejandro Selen.