Archive - Oct 4, 2013
MAIDEN â€” Known mostly this season for its potent offense, the Maiden football team shined on the defensive side of the ball on Friday night.
The Blue Devils forced seven Newton-Conover turnovers in a 23-6 rivalry conference victory.
Maiden improves to 6-0 overall and 2-0 in SD-7 play this season.
NEWTON â€”Â Watauga continued its undefeated play so far this season on Friday at the expense of Fred T. Foard.
The Pioneers spoiled Tiger's homecoming with a 48-10 conference road victory on Friday night.
Below is a look at Friday night's prep scoreboard across the area:
Alexander Central 32, North Lincoln 13
Bandys 28, West Caldwell 25
Burns 31, East Rutherford 0
Crest 52, Chase 14
Draughn 39, Kings Mountain 13
East Lincoln 28, Lincolnton 9
Freedom 34, Hickory 27
Hibriten 47, St. Stephens 14
Patton 19, South Caldwell 14
Shelby 37, East Burke 14
Edward L. McCombs, 73, of Newton died Wednesday, Oct. 2, 2013, at hospice in Newton. Arrangements by Tom Rawlss, Funeral Director Lic. Newton 828-464-2714.
In a case of who did it, playgoers will be on the edge of their seats at The Green Room's second production of the season, â€śAnd Then There Were None.â€ť
The play, based on Agatha Christie's 1939 murder mystery, is set to hit the stage tonight and run for two weeks. The mystery is based on an old British nursery rhyme about ten little solders who die one by one.