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Trojans win to reach third-straight Western Regional

February 24, 2012

Bandys is returning to the Western Regionals following a 73-55 win against North Stanly on Friday.

The Lady Trojans (27-2) delivered the Lady Comets their second loss of the season in New London.

“I was really tickled with the win,” said Bandys coach Beth Queen. “We went into a difficult gym to play at. They had a good crowd. It was a small gym. They were really loud.”

The Trojans fell behind 6-0 with two three-pointers from North Stanly, but Bandys roared back to take an eight-point lead after the first quarter.

Foard's McGinnis signs with Emory & Henry

February 24, 2012

The transformation from Tiger to Wasp started Friday for Katheryn McGinnis.

The Foard senior soccer player signed her National Letter of Intent to play for Emory & Henry this fall.

“I’m really, really excited,” McGinnis said. “It’s something I’ve always looked forward to as a kid growing up — getting to play first at the varsity level and now at college. I’m very excited that my dream is coming true.”

A four-year member of the Lady Tigers varsity squad, McGinnis earned all-conference honors last season and the coaches’ award in 2010.

4 wrestlers will vie for state championships Saturday

February 24, 2012

Four Catawba County wrestlers are in the finals on Saturday of the 2A and 3A state championships in Greensboro.

Newton-Conover’s Franklin Wepner (126) and Addison Klutz (152), Maiden’s Evan Spears (160) and St. Stephens’ Bradley Bader (113) are all in the championships of their respective weight classes with a chance to bring home individual state titles.

Wepner and Klutz and trying to become the first state champion wrestlers at Newton-Conover since Andrew Tremain in 2010.

If Spears is victorious, he will become the first-ever Maiden wrestler to win an individual state title.

DAY 1 UPDATE: NCHSAA wrestling tournament

February 24, 2012

Nine 2A wrestlers and seven 3A wrestlers are still alive for a chance at NCHSAA individual state wrestling titles after the first day of competition in Greensboro.

Newton-Conover remains in the best shape for a potential state championship. All five Red Devils who qualified for states, including Ian Canrobert (106), Franklin Wepner (126), Eric Holbrook (145), Addison Klutz (152) and Tyler Benfield (195), all advanced to the second round.

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