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Hornets rush for 410 yards, win third game

August 1, 2011

For the Catawba County Hornets, the strongest storm came after their game on Saturday.

The Hornets (3-1) scored 28 straight points against the Virginia Storm on their way to a 44-14 victory in the Central Carolinas Football League — the team’s third league win of the season.

The win comes one week after a frustrating 38-14 home loss to the Iredell Warriors, in which the Hornets’ turnovers and lack of scoring doomed them. Neither of those happened Saturday.

Hornets preparing for camp, game

August 1, 2011

It’s a busy weekend for the Catawba County Hornets, who are preparing to host their fifth annual camp and play a game on the same day.

The Hornets, along with the Newton Parks and Recreation Department, are hosting a Football Skills Clinic for boys and girls age 4-12 on Saturday from 9 a.m. to 1 p.m. at Westside/Jaycee Park.

At the camp, children learn different football fundamentals and coordination skills.

Doug Frye, coach and owner of the Hornets, said he wants children to take away a few things from this camp.

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