Archive - Feb 6, 2014
The Newton-Conover wrestling team has a chance to make history on Saturday â€” again.
The Red Devils (51-1) rolled past SD-7 mate West Caldwell and powerhouse Thomasville on their way to a second-straight 2A West Regional championship and berth in the 2A state title match.
The Fred T. Foard wrestling team has a chance at its second-straight 3A dual team championship on Saturday.
The Tigers defeated Enka and North Iredell to advance to the final, which will be against Morehead on the road Saturday.
Below is a look at Thursday's prep sports scores across Catawba County:
Newton-Conover 75, Bandys 46
Bandys 87, Newton-Conover 34
Fred T. Foard 42, Enka 24
Fred T. Foard 42, North Iredell 30
Newton-Conover 48, West Caldwell 24
Newton-Conover 36, Thomasville 28
Carlleen Murray Wike, 85, of Newton, passed away Monday, Feb. 3, 2014 at Abernethy Laurels in Newton. The Wike family is in the care of Robert F. Bennett, Funeral Service Licensee, 828-465-2111.
Veteran Newton attorney Scott Reilly announced from the steps of the 1924 Courthouse on Wednesday that he is running in the upcoming election to unseat 25th District Attorney James C. â€śJayâ€ť Gaither, Jr.
During his tenure, Reilly has worked as a prosecutor, assistant district attorney and a defense attorney.
James C. â€śJayâ€ť Gaither, Jr., current District Attorney of the 25th Prosecutorial District, was elected in November of 2002 and re-elected in 2006 and 2010.
Gaither confirmed to the O-N-E on Wednesday that he will be running for re-election. Filing begins Feb. 10.