Archive - Dec 5, 2012 - Sports Article
Bandys football coach Randy Lowman is retiring after 26 years as head coach, the school announced on Wednesday.
Lowman, 58, is also leaving his teaching and athletic director positions. His last day at the school will be Dec. 31.
In 26 years as the leader of the Trojans' football program, Lowman tallied a 206-118-1 overall record, including a 104-75 mark in conference play.
The Newton-Conover basketball program picked up a pair of victories on Tuesday in boys and girls competition against East Lincoln.
The Lady Red Devils notched their second win of the season easily by double digits, while the N-C boys basketball team held off a late rally by the Mustangs to come away with their first victory.
The Fred T. Foard girls basketball team bounced back from a difficult opening loss this past Friday with a 67-32 victory against Bunker Hill on Tuesday.
Kayla Whitworth led Foard (1-1) with 16 points, Chelsea Turner added 13 points and Sadasia Tipps tallied 12 points.
Bunker Hill (0-3) was led by a trio of scorers, including Montana Lineberger, Tyra Mitchell and Anna Williams.
The Carolina Panthers placed defensive end Antwan Applewhite and free safety Sherrod Martin on injured reserve Tuesday and released offensive lineman Jeremy Bridges.