Archive - Feb 2013
Below is a look Wednesday's second round prep basketball playoff games across Catawba County along with each game's time:
3A boys (Section 4)
No. 6 Hickory (22-6) at No. 3 Fred T. Foard (23-4), 7 p.m.
**Winner gets either No. 2 Tuscola (24-4) or No. 7 Ashbrook (19-8)**
2A girls (Section 4)
No. 7 Madison (19-9) at No. 2 Bandys (25-2), 6 p.m.
Milton Eugene Cline, 85, of Newton died Monday, Feb. 25, 2013, at Catawba Regional Hospice, Newton. Memorials may be made to Gospel Light Baptist Church.
Mai Zoua Vang, 39, of Morganton died Feb. 15, 2013 at her residence. Burial will follow on Sunday noon at Catawba Memorial Park.
The American Legion Post 16 held it’s annual Officer/Firefighter of the year awards at the legion hall Monday, Feb. 25 at noon.
A Lincoln County woman was arrested Monday evening and charged in connection with a pair of pharmacy robberies in Newton and Conover.
The woman’s daughter, 19-year-old Chandra Griffin, who was in the vehicle when her mother was taken into custody, also faces misdemeanor drug charges, authorities say.
Bernard Forney Huffman, 84, of Newton died Friday, Feb. 22, 2013 at Catawba Valley Medical Center. The Huffman family has entrusted funeral arrangements to Willis-Reynolds Funeral Home & Crematory in Newton.
The Bandys girls basketball team had Newton-Conover's number for the second-straight week on Monday.
The Lady Trojans (25-2) pulled out to a double digit lead on their way to a 68-37 victory at Bost-Matheson Gymnasium, eliminating the Lady Red Devils (15-11) from the postseason.
Senior Raheim Connelly scored eight points in overtime on Monday, helping the Hickory boys basketball team survive a thriller in the first round of the 3A playoffs with a 67-59 victory against rival St. Stephens.
The Indians finish their season with a 19-8 record overall.
Below is a look at Monday night's first round playoffs scores from prep basketball across Catawba County:
Bandys 68, Newton-Conover 37
Hickory 78, Ashbrook 53
R-S Central 68, Fred T. Foard 58
West Caldwell 60, Newton-Conover 52
Shelby 87, Bunker Hill 55
Fred T. Foard 87, Patton 48
While the NBA's Slam Dunk contest may have been last weekend in Houston, the Denver Nuggets made Time Warner Cable Arena their own personal highlight reel on Saturday.
The Nuggets (35-22) tallied 14 jams en route to a 113-99 victory against the Charlotte Bobcats (13-43).
Center JaVale McGee made seven of those dunks for Denver, scoring 17 points and grabbing six rebounds.
Those two words can sum up the performances of Newton-Conover wrestlers during Saturday's 2A West Regions at West Lincoln High School.