May 8th, 2015
Below is a look at Friday's prep sports scores involving Catawba County teams:
SD-7 baseball finals(at Hickory American Legion Fairgrounds)
No. 2 Bunker Hill 5, No. 1 East Lincoln 3
(Bears improve to 20-6, East Lincoln falls to 19-6)
SD-7 softball finals (at West Lincoln H.S.)
No. 1 West Lincoln 5, No. 2 Bunker Hill 0
RALEIGH â€“ The official start to hurricane season is still three weeks away, but local and state emergency officials in North and South Carolina are already monitoring the first named storm of the season as Subtropical Storm Ana makes its way towards South Carolina.
All mothers are heroes, and sometimes they're also well-known celebs! For Mother's Day, Krystin Goodwin has a roundup of some of Hollywood's cutest mother-daughter pairs.
Looking for something to do this weekend? Have a stack of pancakes at First United Methodist Church in Downtown Newton this Saturday from 7 to 10 a.m. The live auction will start at 9:30 a.m. Tickets are $7 for adults and $3 for children.
Read more in the Friday edition of the Observer News Enterprise.
Read more about the Newton Conover Rotary Club's Car Show in the Friday edition of the O-N-E,
Below is a prep sports scores involving Catawba County teams:
Southern District 7 Athletic 2A baseball semifinals
Bunker Hill 9, West Lincoln 1
East Lincoln 12, Newton-Conover 1 (Red Devils fall to 10-12)
Championship game (at Hickory American Legion Fairgrounds)
No. 1 East Lincoln (19-5) vs. No. 2 Bunker Hill (19-6), 7 p.m. Friday
Jacob Dalton Turner, 19, of Claremont was indicted by a Grand Jury on Monday in connection with a single-vehicle crash in October 2014 that killed 15-year-olds Justin Turner and Alec Sigmon.
The Bunker HIll youth basketball team recently won the Icard Hoopfest and finished as runners up at the East Burke Shootout. Members of the team include, front row from left, Luke Wilkinson, Keegan Dixon, Greyson Elder, Charles Murray and Trey Kanipe. Back row, from left, Redek Robinson, Aiden Stikeleather, Graham Hollar, Gavin Carpenter, Noah Sigmon and Xavier McCleave.
from o-n-e reports
The Newton Appearance Commission presented Ann Corpening with the Yard of the Month honor for the month of May.
Come see the musical of the carnivorous plant at The Green Room.
Read more in the Thursday edition of the O-N-E.