Archive - Oct 2010 - Sports Article
After winning 21 straight games at Gurley Stadium and five straight games in the 2010 season, Newton-Conover found itself in unfamiliar territory early Friday night.
At halftime, the visiting Bandys Trojans led 10-7 over the Red Devils.
â€śI guess we thought we were going to go out there and walk the dog on them, and that definitely didnâ€™t happen,â€ť said Newton-Conover running back Octavius Harden. â€śThey made us play hard in this game.â€ť
But after trailing at the gameâ€™s midway point, Newton-Conover scored 14 unanswered points to secure a 21-10 victory and maintain an unbeaten season.
Bernhard Langer comes into this weekâ€™s tournament with a substantial lead in the Charles Schwab Cup. He comes into this weekâ€™s tournament looking to increase that lead.
â€śMy game is good right now,â€ť Langer said Thursday. â€śItâ€™s been good all year, and I really had a very good summer.â€ť