Archive - Oct 11, 2013
NEWTON â€” Down in numbers and experience, the Newton-Conover football team struggled in a 48-19 loss against West Lincoln on Friday night.
The victory by the Rebels (6-1, 2-1) was only their second-ever against a Red Devil team.
LENOIR â€” The Maiden football team continued its solid play so far this season with a 46-26 road victory against West Caldwell on Friday.
Maiden travels to Bandys (3-4, 1-2) next week for its next SD-7 contest and second rivalry game in three weeks.
Below is a look at tonight's prep football scores across the area:
Tonight's final scores
East Lincoln 14, Bunker Hill 10
West Lincoln 48, Newton-Conover 19
Maiden 46, West Caldwell 26
Lincolnton 30, Bandys 29
Hibriten 49, Fred T. Foard 7
Patton 28, St. Stephens 0
So. Caldwell 37, Hickory 35
Draughn 28, East Burke 21
Shelby 48, East Rutherford 10
The fourth annual Yancey County Dream Home Tour, benefitting Mayland Community College, takes place Saturday, Oct. 12.
The event features showcase homes in and around Burnsville, and coincides with the fall foliage season in the mountains of Yancey County.
Charlcie Lucille Brown Teague, age 77, of Claremont passed away Wednesday, October 9, 2013, at her residence. Burke Mortuary in Newton is serving the Teague family.
Sadie Ruth Lail Arndt, 85, of Conover died Wednesday, Oct. 9, 2013, at Wake Forest Baptist Medical Center. Funeral arrangements are incomplete.
Catawba County Animal Shelter is recognizing Adopt A Shelter Dog Month this October by offering half price adoptions through Oct. 19.
Joe Goble just celebrated his 99th birthday. Born in 1914, heâ€™s seen both world wars, the Great Depression and the invention of Internet. Goble remembers his first job, hitchhiking five miles to work for a dollar a day in Statesville.
He recalls driving across the country to find work in California but returning to see about a beautiful girl, whom he later married, in North Carolina.