Archive - Jul 1, 2013
Hickory starts the American Legion Area IV playoffs on Wednesday in familiar territory.
Post 48 opens play as the No. 3 seed in the West against Kings Mountain, the Eastâ€™s sixth-seeded squad.
Coaches from all across Area IV gathered on Monday evening in Cherryville to discuss this year's playoffs, including seeding and rules.
Four area prep coaches in four different sports at two high schools stepped down late last week.
Bunker Hill athletic director Lee Miller sent out an email stating that Bears volleyball coach Julie Harris, Bears softball coach Danny Sifford and Bears cross-country/track coach John Sullivan had all resigned.
The pairings for the American Legion Area IV playoffs were released on Monday in Cherryville.
Below is a look at the pairings for the first round, which is a best-of-5 format.
Seeding for playoffs
First round (division record in parenthesis)
Mint Hill, No. 1 East (13-3) vs. Burke County, No. 8 West (6-10)
Mildred “Millie” Little Bauguess, 80, of Claremont, passed away, Monday, July 1, 2013, at Catawba Valley Assisted Living at Rock Barn in Claremont. The Bauguess family has entrusted the funeral arrangements to Willis-Reynolds Funeral Home & Cremations in Newton.
Catawba County has expanded its residential recycling program to include a permanent electronics and paint collection area at the Blackburn Landfill.
This service is available year round during regular Landfill operating hours.
There’s plenty to do at the Newton Recreation Center swimming pool, 23 S. Brady Ave. Cool off and celebrate the Fourth of July at the pool, or join later in July for swimming lessons.
Independence Day Splash Blast