Archive - Jan 11, 2013
The Bandys boys and girls basketball teams were victorious on the road Friday against rival Maiden.
The Trojan boys held on late to pick up a 52-44 win against the Blue Devils, while the Lady Trojans used a second half surge to earn a 66-46 tally against the Lady Blue Devils.
Here's a look at Friday's prep basketball scores:
Bandys 52, Maiden 44
Fred T. Foard 82, Hibriten 76
Hickory 76, South Caldwell 58
Newton-Conover 64, Bunker Hill 38
Bandys 66, Maiden 46
Fred T. Foard 64, Hibriten 54
Hickory 61, South Caldwell 29
Newton-Conover 55, Bunker Hill 38
The thing Alan Anderson likes most about the Toronto Raptors' recent run of success is the way efficient ball movement has spread the offense around.
Of course, that can make keeping track of the top scorer a little tricky.
Senator Austin Allran (R-Catawba and Alexander) was sworn in Wednesday for his 14th two-year term representing the 42nd District in the North Carolina Senate. The oath of office was administered by North Carolina Supreme Court Justice Paul Newby.
A Denver man has been charged with one felony count of sexually assaulting a 14-year-old female.
Lincoln County Sheriff’s Detectives Sally Dellinger and Dan Renn arrested Glenn Andrew Morgan, 57, of 1865 N.C. 16, Denver, on one felony count of Statutory Rape/Sexual Offense of a 13, 14, or 15 year old by a defendant 6 years older.
Two Discovery High School students have earned perfect scores on the SAT.
Senior, Hayden Frye earned a perfect 800 on the verbal portion of the SAT when he took the test in October.
Junior, Geoffrey McGee earned a perfect 800 on the math portion of the SAT when he took the test in December.