Archive - Mar 15, 2011 - Sports Article
In leau of the Harlem Globetrotterâ€™s performance in Hickory on Sunday, Anthony â€śBucketsâ€ť Blakes discusses a variety of topics, including his early memories of watching the Globetrotters, his favorite players and his experiences with the team.
Below is what he had to say in a one-on-one interview.
Q: Growing up as a kid, were the Globetrotters something you ever got a chance to see or watch?
Three former Newton-Conover graduates were inducted into the schoolâ€™s Hall of Fame during the winter sports athletic banquet Monday.
Among those inducted were John Tate, Christi Crawford and Tim Elrod.
Tate spent more than 50 years giving various contributions to Red Devil athletics, including coaching officiating and playing.
Tate also worked at the Newton News Enterprise from 1951-1954.
Cranford was inducted for her athletic performance at the school. She finished as all-conference softball and basketball three times (1985-87) and tennis once (1986).
RALEIGH, N.C. â€” Sidney Lowe has resigned after five seasons as North Carolina State men's basketball coach, according to a person familiar with the situation
The person spoke to The Associated Press Tuesday on condition of anonymity because the school has yet to announce Lowe's resignation.
Lowe had an 86-78 overall record, but just 25-55 in Atlantic Coast Conference play. He inherited a program coming off five straight NCAA tournament trips, but he never finished higher than ninth in the ACC despite twice being picked to finish in the top third of the 12-team league.