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Lincolnton ends Maiden's season

November 19, 2011

Maiden appeared poised to pull a playoff comeback for the second straight week.

Down 21-7 at halftime and held in check on offense, the Blue Devils weren’t out, but they were down.

“It was the same as Polk County. I hate to say we came out flat,” said Maiden senior quarterback Matt Johnson. “But we battled back.”

At Polk County last week, Maiden trailed 21-14 at halftime before winning 41-27.

This week, the come-from-behind story didn’t end the same as No. 1 seed Lincolnton (13-1) ended Maiden’s season with a 34-21 loss in the sectional round of the N.C. 2A state playoffs.

Catawba County's week ahead

November 19, 2011

Catawba County celebrates Thanksgiving this week, and several churches invite the community to join in worship and a meal.

Also this week, Santa Claus visits Newton as the city kicks off the holiday season with its annual tree-lighting ceremony.

A laser-light show, the opening of a theater production and a health fair are also on the schedule this week in the county.

For more, read on.

For news throughout the week, visit observernewsonline.com and pick up print editions of The O-N-E at news stands throughout the county.

Tuesday

Trojans' season ends in Shelby

November 19, 2011

What's been a turnaround season for the Bandys football team abruptly ended Friday in Shelby.

The Trojans fell behind 21-3 and never caught up, losing in the third round of the 2AA playoffs to the Golden Lions (9-5). Bandys' season ends with a 10-4 record.

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