Archive - Sep 10, 2013
Nearly a month and a half ago, the future of the 2013 Greater Hickory Kia Classic was uncertain.
After 9.5 inches of rain in three hours gushed through Rock Barn Golf & Spa, Executive Tournament Director Jim Correll wasnâ€™t sure whether or not the Champions Tour would be able to hold its annual event in Conover.
Below is a look at Tuesday's prep sports scores across Catawba County:
Bandys 3, West Lincoln 0
Bunker Hill 3, West Caldwell 0
Maiden 3, Lincolnton 0
Newton-Conover 3, East Lincoln 0
Newton-Conover 6, St. Stephens 3
Dennis Leo Porter of Hickory died Sept. 5, 2013, at his home. The family will receive friends 5-6 p.m. at the church.
Newton-Conover High School's NJROTC hosted its 18th annual field meet this past Saturday, bringing in 25 schools and 27 teams.
Each team competed in 14 events including pull-up competitions and sandbag races.
In most games, the football team that typically makes the least amount of mistakes wins.
Lenoir-Rhyne continued to make blunder after blunder on Saturday.
The Bears committed six turnovers in a 18-10 loss to Concord (W.Va.) at Moretz Stadium.
Matt Johnson had never thrown five touchdown passes in his entire football career.
That was until Saturday.
The 6-foot-3, 230-pound quarterback tossed five scores in the Charlotte 49ersâ€™ 47-7 victory against Chowan at Richardson Stadium in Charlotte.
Below is a look at Monday's prep sports scores from across Catawba County:
St. Stephens 3, Hickory 1
Fred T. Foard 3, Patton 0
Bandys 5, West Lincoln 0
Fred T. Foard 2, Patton 1
Lincolnton 4, Maiden 1
Newton-Conover 3, East Lincoln 2
St. Stephens 2, Hickory 2 (OT)
West Caldwell 3, Bunker Hill 1
The Carolina Panthers showed flashes of brilliance on Sunday against the Seattle Seahawks.
In the end, it was the same old story in another close home loss.
A 43-yard touchdown pass from Russell Wilson to Jermaine Kearse was the difference maker in a 12-7 win for the Seahawks against the Panthers.