Archive - Feb 2013
The Bandys girls basketball team held off two tying attempts by East Burke in Friday's CVAC girls title game, coming away with a 50-48 victory at CVCC's Tarlton Complex.
Bandys' Madi Story scored 21 points to lead all players, while Sara Goble added 12 points.
For the second-straight Friday, the Fred T. Foard basketball team got the better of Hickory.
Led by Spencer Matthews and Joe Isenhour, the Tigers (22-4) knocked off Hickory 58-46 at Craft Gymnasium to claim the Northwestern 3A/4A boys basketball tournament title.
Below is a look at Friday's basketball tournament championship scores, as well as a complete look at both the Catawba Valley 2A and Northwestern 3A/4A brackets:
Catawba Valley 2A
No. 1 Bandys 82, No. 8 Maiden 54
No. 2 East Burke 58, No. 7 Draughn 27
No. 3 South Iredell 62, No. 6 Bunker Hill 55
No. 4 Newton-Conover 56, No. 5 W. Caldwell 47
John Carl Ervin, 74, died Friday, Feb. 22, 2013 at Catawba Regional Hospice in Sherrills Ford. The Ervin family has entrusted funeral arrangements to Willis-Reynolds Funeral Home & Crematory in Newton.
One of NASCAR’s original cast and local radio personality John Carl Ervin, 74, died Friday, Feb. 22, 2013 at Catawba Regional Hospice in Sherrills Ford.
A long-time NASCAR veteran crew chief, Ervin worked with three generations of the Jarrett racing family, Ned Jarrett, Dale Jarrett, and Jason Jarrett.
Thursday, Feb. 21, agents and officers from Homeland Security, N.C. DMV License & Theft, Newton Police and Conover Police raided two residences in Newton.
The raid started just before 6:30 p.m. an apartment on 317 South College Ave. in Newton.
Agents arrested five individuals and seized materials related to making fraudulent documents.
Cash Mob Catawba is organizing it’s second “Cash Mob” event scheduled for Tuesday, Feb. 26, at 5:30 p.m. in Downtown Newton.
The growing group of Catawba citizens, enthusiastic about supporting local businesses, invites everyone to join the monthly movement by showing up and supporting another locally-owned business.
Wayne Henderson Reese, 76, of Newton, passed away Feb. 20, 2013 at his residence. Bass-Smith Funeral Home & Crematory is serving the family of Wayne Henderson Reese.
Adrienne Opdyke, child advocate with the Children’s Advocacy and Protection Center of Catawba County, has been named one of three “Stewards of Children Stars” in the nation for the month of January.
This award recognizes her for training 158 adults in the “Darkness to Light” program in January. She has trained a total of 1,681 local adults.