Archive - Aug 28, 2012
Down 2-0 in its volleyball match against Newton-Conover on Tuesday, it looked as if Bandys would start its conference season with a loss.
However, a thunderous rally late in the match helped propel the Lady Trojans to the 3-2 victory over the Lady Red Devils 20-25, 17-25, 25-20, 27-25 and 15-11.
The Bunker Hill tennis team improved to 2-1 in the Catawba Valley 2A with a 7-2 victory over South Iredell on Tuesday.
The Bears (2-6, 2-1) won four singles matches, but swept all of their doubles competition to pick up the conference win.
Bunker Hill 7, South Iredell 2
CONCORD â€” Tony Stewart joked Tuesday that his two-handed toss of his helmet at Matt Kenseth was "not bad for a 41-year-old who doesn't work out."
Aside from that, Stewart said he's not expecting any drama between the two drivers despite promising to run over Kenseth every chance he gets this season.
Maiden High School has found the man for its boys basketball head coaching job.
Patrick Kahny, a 55-year-old coaching veteran, was officially approved by the Catawba County Board of Education on Monday night to be the Blue Devils next boys basketball coach.
Kahny replaces Doug Miller, who stepped down in March after four seasons as Maiden coach and a 19-75 coaching record.