Archive - Aug 23, 2013
Leading 34-20 heading into the fourth quarter, victory slipped out of the grasp of the Newton-Conover football team.
The Red Devils fumbled twice in the final 3:50 of Friday's game against Chase, allowing the Trojans to come away with a 38-34 victory at Gurley Stadium.
Former SD-7 squads Maiden and Fred T. Foard collided on the gridiron Friday with the Blue Devils coming away with a 48-20 victory against the Tigers.
Jake McRee threw for 295 yards and five touchdowns in the contest to lead the Maiden (1-0).
Kyle Kelly and T.J. Vick each caught two touchdown passes from McRee, while the other touchdown through the air went to Alex White.
Trent Lowman's first football game as a senior football player at Bandys High School happened to be against St. Stephens.
Only fitting his first game as a Trojan head coach was against the Indians.
Bandys pulled together an impressive 41-16 victory over St. Stephens on Friday, successfully ushering in the Trent Lowman era.
Kathryn “Katy” Griffis, 80, of Newton, passed away, Tuesday, August 20, 2013, at Catawba Valley Medical Center. The Griffis family has entrusted the funeral arrangements to Willis-Reynolds Funeral Home & Cremations in Newton.