Archive - 2013
Below is a look at Tuesday's prep scores across Catawba County:
Alexander Central 9, Bunker Hill 0
Megan Rader (AC) def. Crystal Thao, 8 -3; Molly Gantt (AC) def. Trysta Symre, 8-0; Jodie Cash (AC) def. Emily Maxfield, 8-0; Hannah Bailey (AC) def. Angel Chang, 8-1; Janie Pannel (AC) def. Laci Frye, 8-0; Lydia Sprinkle (AC) def. Lizabeth Cantera 8-1
The road to full-time officer has not been a short one for new Claremont police officers, Cody Jarvis and Alan Russell. The two men have offically been full-time officers for two weeks, but the both started their part-time law enforcement careers at Claremont.
Billy Hoyt Pearson, 75, passed away Monday, August 12, 2013, at his residence. The Pearson family has entrusted the funeral arrangements to Willis-Reynolds Funeral Home & Cremations in Newton.
Eighty-three teenagers telling summer vacation stories, banging on drums and blowing trumpets doesn't phase Haskew Smith.
He's used to the kids who “maybe cut-up in other classes, but do well with tactile, kinesthetic learning,” the band instructor says.
After a crazy schedule on Saturday, Newton-Conoverâ€™s second football scrimmage against Forestview on Tuesday went much smoother .
The Red Devils hosted the Panthers in the second of their three scrimmages this preseason at Gurley Stadium.
Newton-Conover was set to play Chesnee (S.C.) at the State Line Showdown at Boiling Springs High School near Spartanburg on Saturday.
Fred T. Foard first-year head football coach Tom Harper returned to his old stomping grounds on Tuesday for his teamâ€™s first preseason scrimmage.
The Tigers traveled to Alexander Central, where Harper coached from 2007-11. He led the Cougars to five playoff appearances in as many years during his time there.
The Cougars were 34-26 under Harper, including a 19-11 mark in league play.
Harold “Shorty” Edwards, age 80, of Sherrills Ford passed away Friday, August 9, 2013, at Wake Forest Medical Center in Winston-Salem. Burke Mortuary in Newton is serving the Edwards family.
The Catawba County Hornets kept their perfect record intact on Saturday with a 28-6 win against the Triangle Nighthawks in Raleigh.
Catawba County (3-0) took an early lead when quarterback Brandon Streater connected with wide receiver Centrail Williamson on a 23-yard pass in the first quarter.
Desmond Burch added a two-point conversion run to make it 8-0.
Carson-Newman was voted by the South Atlantic Confernce head coaches as the favorite to win the conference title in 2013.