Archive - Aug 20, 2010 - Sports Article
The lights turn on tonight, and the gladiators of the high school gridiron take the field for another season of high school football in Catawba County. Be sure to look Saturday in The Observer News Enterprise to get all your favorite teams' scores, and we will also post the stories on the website.
There are four games tonight featuring five teams from Catawba County, and two of them are home games. The Bandys Trojans travel Friday to Plateau Road to take on the Fred T. Foard Tigers, and the Maiden Blue Devils host North Lincoln for the 2010 season opener.
The Fred T. Foard Tigers took home the top prize at this weekâ€™s Freedom Soccer Invitational. The Tigers defeated Asheville 1-0 Thursday on a penalty kick by Brody Ruffner.
Ruffner is the 2010 tournament MVP, and teammates Nick Bolick and Jason Smith were named to the all-tournament team.
Foard finished the tournament with a 2-0-1 record. The Tigers tied Mooresville 1-1 in Mondayâ€™s opening match, beat host Freedom 2-1 on Tuesday, and won the championship Thursday.
Foard plays at home Monday against Boiling Springs Crest.
NEWTON-CONOVER 3, BUNKER HILL 0
The Blue Devils won the final two games of the match to win 3-2. The game scores were 20-25, 25-20, 20-25, 25-15 and 15-13. Garrison led Maiden with 17 kills and eight blocks in the non-conference match. Melanie Annas contributed 16 kills, Ibtxhis Khang had nine aces, and Zong Lo had 15 digs.