Archive - 2013
Billie Heavner Sigmon, 84, of Hickory, formerly of Alexander County, died Monday, September 16, 2013, at Trinity Village Lutheran Home in Hickory. The Sigmon family has entrusted funeral arrangements to Drum Funeral Home & Cremations in Conover, NC.
Ryan, 9, holds his knees up to his chest behind the living room couch. As he rocks himself slightly, the sleeves of his oversized t-shirt reach sharp elbows, which seem to row his bony body forwards and backwards. His piercing blue eyes are glued to the carpet.
No cross-country team had ever went three-straight years winning both the boys and girls titles at the Catawba County Cross-Country Championships.
That was until Tuesday.
Fred T. Foard made history by taking down both honors at the event, which was held at Murrayâ€™s Mill.
Below is a look at Tuesday's prep sports scores:
Bandys 3, Lincolnton 0
Bunker Hill 3, East Lincoln 0
Maiden 3, West Caldwell 0
Newton-Conover 3, West Lincoln 0
St. Stephens 3, Burns 0
Bandys 9, Lincolnton 0
East Lincoln 5, Bunker Hill 4
Maiden 9, West Caldwell 0
Newton-Conover 6, West Lincoln 3
CHARLOTTE â€” Coach Ron Rivera said the Panthers have to find a way to close out games if they're ever going to take the next step as a football team.
So far that hasn't happened.
Marie Wright Thompson, age 80, passed away, Sunday, September 15, 2013 at her residence. The Thompson family has entrusted the funeral arrangements to Willis-Reynolds Funeral Home & Cremations in Newton.
Below is a look at Monday's prep sports scores:
Bunker Hill 2, East Lincoln 2
Fred T. Foard 2, South Caldwell 1
Lincolnton 3, Bandys 0
Newton-Conover 4, West Lincoln 0
St. Stephens 2, Freedom 1
Watauga 4, Hickory 1
Bunker Hill 3, North Wilkes 0
Fred T. Foard 3, South Caldwell 0
Hickory 3, Watauga 2
St. Stephens 3, Freedom 0
Panthers starting free safety Charles Godfrey is out for the remainder of the season with a torn right Achilles tendon, adding to the team's troubles following a 0-2 start.
Team spokesman Charlie Dayton made the announcement Monday shortly after coach Ron Rivera's press conference.
The first two games in the history of the Charlotte 49ers football program ran like clockwork.
The third 49ersâ€™ game didnâ€™t go according to plan.
Charlotte (2-1) made seven turnovers in a 40-13 loss to the North Carolina Central Eagles on Saturday at Richardson Stadium.