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September 12th

Panthers linebacker Jon Beason out for season

September 12, 2011

Panthers linebacker Jon Beason is out for the season after tearing his left achilles tendon.

According to the Panthers website, an MRI on Monday revealed the injury, which will cause Beason to miss the entire 2011 season.

Beason left on a cart in the third quarter of Sunday’s game against the Arizona Cardinals. Beason had been limited in practice because of a left ankle injury. He fell to the turf on a 48-yard touchdown pass by tight end Jeff King.

September 10th

Bunker Hill scores late, tops Tigers

September 10, 2011

On a night when a Bunker Hill offensive weapon reached a milestone mark, the Bears defense mauled their opponents in the game’s waning moments to preserve a 34-26 victory over Fred T. Foard.

“I am real proud of the way the defense stepped up there in the fourth quarter,” said Bunker Hill coach Travis Conner. “We got some big stops.”

Jenkins sparks Maiden to first home win

September 10, 2011

Searching for a boost against St. Stephens, Maiden turned to Will power.

Senior Will Jenkins, who had 243 yards on the ground coming into Friday’s game, rushed for 157 yards on eight carries and returned a kickoff 94 yards for a score. That performance helped surge the Blue Devils (2-2) to their first home win of the season, 36-10, against the Indians (0-4).

Trojans roll to 4-0 over Knights

September 10, 2011

The Bandys Trojans got off to somewhat of a slow start early. When the offense got going behind the running of Devan Davis, Jackson Gilliam, and Dominique Young, however, Bandys ran for 131 first-half yards, scored 33 points and routed the North Lincoln Knights 54-7 at Gary Butler Memorial Stadium on Friday night.

Bandys (4-0) racked up 287 total yards with 156 of those coming in the second half.

September 9th

Bruce scores four, assists one in Indians' win

September 9, 2011

Luke used his force Thursday.

St. Stephens sophomore forward Luke Bruce scored four goals in the first half and assisted on another goal in the second half, leading the Indians to a 5-2 win over Newton-Conover on the soccer field.

“I don’t know where that came from,” said Indians coach Chris Nelson of Bruce’s performance. “He kept telling me he wanted to play forward. I didn’t believe him. He went up at the Crest game and had two goals and two assists. I felt obligated to start him at forward again. He’s done well for us.”

September 8th

Blue Devils drop second CVAC match

September 8, 2011

Despite early leads in the first and second games, Maiden lost a tough home conference volleyball match Wednesday to East Burke, 25-27, 25-27, 25-18, 19-25.

“We played well, but we made mistakes,” said Maiden coach Marsha Davis.

Leading the Lady Blue Devils (4-3, 3-2) was McKenzie Garrison, who had 23 kills and three digs. Alex Williams added 15 kills.

Maiden’s Hannah Martin and Kalie Johnson combined for 45 assists, while Rachel Houston had six blocks defensively.

September 7th

N-C wins, improves CVAC record to 3-0

September 7, 2011

Newton-Conover continued its great play on the volleyball court Tuesday against Bunker Hill.

The Lady Red Devils (6-1, 3-0) won their third-straight conference match, knocking off the Lady Bears in three games at home, 25-15, 25-17, 25-20.

“They swung at us,” said N-C coach Linda Richards. “Bunker Hill was aggressive and played hard.”

Corbin Evans led the way for Newton-Conover with nine kills and seven aces.

Evans explained why her team has been successful.

September 6th

No. 13 Hokies blast ASU in Blacksburg

September 6, 2011

Appalachian State found out the hard way that this isn’t 2007 and that Lane Stadium isn’t the Big House in Michigan.

Bidding for the upset victory, the Mountaineers (0-1) fell behind 38-0 to No. 13 Virginia Tech (1-0) in the first half and the Hokies never looked back, cruising to a 66-13 win in Blacksburg on Saturday.

“It was just an awful afternoon,” said ASU coach Jerry Moore. “From the first series, a fumble on the second snap of the game. On their first play, they score. It was just an avalanche from there. It snowballed and just got worse and worse.”

September 4th

Hickory notches first win, defeats Maiden

September 4, 2011

Hickory took advantage of Maiden turnovers to pick up its first win of the season.

After a tie against Statesville, and a 42-28 loss to Newton-Conover, Hickory evened its record at 1-1-1 with a 47-20 win at Maiden. The Blue Devils fall to 1-2.

Although the statistics were comparable, Maiden turnovers sent the Blue Devils to defeat.

Maiden rushed for 317 yards, and passed for 68 yards, while Hickory gained 267 yards on the ground and passed for another 155 yards.

September 3rd

Newton-Conover survives Indians, wins in OT

September 4, 2011

A three-yard run and a three-point margin produced the final outcome in the battle between Newton-Conover and St. Stephens on Saturday.

Newton-Conover quarterback Kevin Cline rushed three yards into the end zone to give the Red Devils a three-point overtime win over the Indians. The touchdown was the second for Cline, who also scored on a one-yard, second-quarter sneak.

The win improves Newton-Conover to 2-1, while St. Stephens falls to 0-3.

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