Archive - Mar 19, 2013
Tommy Edwards is retiring after four seasons of guiding the CVCC women's basketball program and nearly 40 total years of coaching.
Edwards announced his retirement during the tea's awards banquet on Tuesday evening.
To read more of this story, pick up the Wednesday edition of Catawba County's community newspaper, The Observer News Enterprise, at newsstands throughout the county.
Below is a look at Tuesday's prep scores from across Catawba County:
Bandys 9, West Caldwell 0
Newton-Conover 7, Draughn 2
St. Stephens 9, Fred T. Foard 0
South Iredell 8, Maiden 1
Bandys 5, West Caldwell 2
Draughn 1, Bunker Hill 0
East Burke 15, Newton-Conover 0 (three innings)
Fred T. Foard 2, St. Stephens 0
The Panthers have signed unrestricted free agent cornerback D.J. Moore.
The 5-foot-9, 180-pound Moore played in 13 games with two starts for the Chicago Bears last season and had 29 tackles and two interceptions. He served as the Bears nickel back for a portion of the season.
Carolina announced the move Tuesday. Moore, 25, received a one-year contract but financial terms weren't disclosed.
Newton resident, Donna Stewart, 48, of 2133 Peanuts Lane, made her first appearance in superior court today after being arrested on Friday, March 15 for two counts of First Degree Rape of a Child.
With at least a dozen scouts watching his every move in each game he competes, Hunter Harvey continues to impress.
The Bandys senior pitcher is focused on a potential future playing professional baseball, but is trying to make the most of his last season on the mound for the Trojans.
With victory slipping away from their grasp, Kemba Walker and Gerald Henderson carried the Charlotte Bobcats to a second-straight home victory.
A 12-0 run in the final 2:34 helped the Bobcats defeat the Washington Wizards 119-114 on Monday night at Time Warner Cable Arena.