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The Bandys Trojans battled the North Lincoln Knights to a 0-0 ties Thursday at Bandys. North Lincoln is the No. 16 2-A team in the state. Bandys coach Cliff Mayer said he was proud of his team because the Trojans were without three starters.
The Trojans are 2-3-1 overall and 0-1-0 in conference play.
R-S CENTRAL 1, FRED T. FOARD 1
Fred T. Foard and R-S Central were tied at halftime Thursday, and thatâs how they ended the match.
Both teams scored a goal in the second half to earn the draw. Nick Bolick scored the lone goal for Foard.
The Bunker Hill Bears are looking for something they havenât found in 11 years â a 4-0 start to a football season. The last time the Bears went 4-0 to start a season, Bill Clinton was the president.
That thought, however, is not even in the playersâ heads.
âI donât think that is registering with any of the kids, and we are just preparing for our next opponent,â Bunker Hill coach Travis Conner said. âWe are just going to keep plowing forward.â
The Bears go for their fourth straight win Friday at Fred T. Foard.
Hickory and Lakewood were locked in a battle Wednesday during the first two innings of the playoff opener at L.P. Frans Stadium. Hickory starter Neil Ramirez held the Northern Divisionâs top team scoreless through two innings, but things quickly unraveled in the third.
âMomentum is a funny thing,â said Bill Richardson, Crawdads manager.Â
The Newton-Conover Red Devils earned their first soccer win of the season Wednesday. The Red Devils won 1-0 at Maiden. Chandler Johnson scored the match's lone goal in the 26th minute, and Eli Cordes earned the assist.
Newton-Conover is 1-0 against the Catawba Valley 2A and 1-7 overall. Maiden dropped to 1-5 overall on 0-1 in conference play.
BUNKER HILL 4, EAST BURKE 3
Terry Aviles led the Bears in a conference win Wednesday at home against the Cavaliers. Aviles scored one of the Bearsâ four goals and assisted on two more.
Newton-Conover running back Octavius Harden, pictured with head coach Nick Bazzle, is the winner of this weekâs Golden Helmet Award presented by Coca-Cola. Harden on Friday against Hickory returned two kickoffs for touchdowns and rushed for two more in the Red Devilsâ 48-34 win. He finished the game with 19 carries and 198 yards rushing
Lenoir-Rhyne suffered its first loss of the season Saturday, and it wants to bounce back this week with a win at home.
The Bears play the Davidson Wildcats at 7 p.m. Saturday in Hickory. Lenoir-Rhyne is 1-1 this season, and Davidson is 0-1 after a 20-10 season-opening loss to Georgetown. The Bears lost 20-17 on Saturday to Concord.
The Lenoir-Rhyne Bears (1-0) opened the 2010 season Thursday on a high note. The Bears defeated Limestone College 3-0 at the Moretz Sports â Athletic Complex.
Three different players scored for L-R and the Bears held a 30-3 shot advantage in improving their all-time mark against Limestone to 9-0-1.
Lenoir-Rhyne junior defender Jessica Schob opened the scoring at the 10 minute 27 second mark of the first half.Â Schob punched in her own rebound, which was deflected back to her off a corner kick.
The St. Stephens Indians won 1-0 on Wednesday over the North Lincoln Knights, the 14th ranked 2-A team in North Carolina. Andrew Zachrich scored the lone goal of the match in the 27th minute, and the Indians improved to 5-2-1 with Wednesdayâs win. St. Stephens' Jon Holloway was in goal and recorded the shutout.
SOUTH ATLANTIC LEAGUE
HICKORY 10, ASHEVILLE 3
The Hickory Crawdadsâ offense exploded in the third, fourth and fifth innings Wednesday at Asheville. The Crawdads scored eight runs in the three-inning stretch en route to a 10-3 win Wednesday over the Tourists.
Hickory Motor Speedway will host the 34th Annual Bad Boy Mowers Bobby Isaac Memorial 200 on Monday, September 6, 2010.Â The inaugural event took place in 1977 to honor the late NASCAR Grand National Champion, Bobby Isaac.
âThe Bobby Isaac Memorial promises to bring out some of the best names in short track racing,â remarked HMS General Manager Kevin Piercy.Â âWe also changed the format for the Late Models to a 150-lap race with a four tire rule to help the racers in these tough economic times.â
Lenoir-Rhyne and Concord enter the game Saturday with one win after one game in the 2010 season. Only one team will leave Moretz Stadium with a second. The Bears and Mountain Lions are both 1-0, and they kick off at 7 p.m. Saturday in Hickory.
Both teams had big wins in their season-opening games. The Bears defeated Chowan 59-10 on Aug. 28 at home, and the Mountain Lions won their season opener 72-21 on Aug. 26 over Southern Virginia.