Archive - Aug 2012 - Sports Article
Maiden High School has found the man for its boys basketball head coaching job.
Patrick Kahny, a 55-year-old coaching veteran, was officially approved by the Catawba County Board of Education on Monday night to be the Blue Devils next boys basketball coach.
Kahny replaces Doug Miller, who stepped down in March after four seasons as Maiden coach and a 19-75 coaching record.
Maiden continued its early season roll on the tennis court, picking up an 8-1 victory over St. Stephens in Hickory on Monday.
The Lady Blue Devils improve to 5-1 overall on the season.
To read more of this story, pick up the Tuesday edition of Catawba County's community newspaper, The Observer News Enterprise, at newsstands throughout the county.
The St. Stephens volleyball team improved to 6-0 on the season with a sweep Monday over the Lady Bears 25-23, 25-15 and 25-15.
Marisa Jones led the Lady Indians with nine kills, Breanna Hall added seven kills and Jenna Boliek tallied six kills.
Megan Fair led Bunker Hill (1-6) with 10 kills, Krissy Helms tallied 18 assists and Brooke Blevins recorded 23 digs.
CHARLOTTE â€” The Bobcats have announced they've hired Brian Winters and Dan Leibovitz as assistant coaches.
Winters and Leibovitz will join Stephen Silas and Rick Brunson, who officially signed with the team in July, as part of new coach Mike Dunlap's staff.
EAST RUTHERFORD, N.J. â€” Mark Sanchez looked pretty good for nearly three quarters. He just couldn't get the New York Jets into the end zone â€” again.
Tim Tebow had the play of the game, but also couldn't get that elusive preseason touchdown for the Jets.
EAST RUTHERFORD, N.J. â€” Carolina Panthers running back Jonathan Stewart injured his right ankle late in the first half of the team's preseason game against the New York Jets on Sunday night.
The Panthers announced in the third quarter that Stewart was out for the rest of the game.
A 73-yard punt return touchdown by Hickory junior Cameron Stinson with 34.6 seconds left gave the Red Tornadoes a dramatic 21-15 comeback victory over Newton-Conover at Gurley Stadium on Friday.
â€śI was just ready to run like a track meet,â€ť Stinson said. â€śI was just running for my life. When I got out there, I just knew I had to pick my team up.â€ť
The Bunker Hill football team might start out slow, but it certainly knows how to finish.
The Bears used a 39-point second half, propelled by quarterback Colton Chapman, to blow past county rival St. Stephens on Friday for the 46-7 victory in Claremont.
Without six of its players due to an incident at Thursday's junior varsity football game, the Bandys varsity football team persevered.
The Trojans ran the football 47 times for 272 yards on their way to a 32-0 shutout victory over Fred T. Foard in Newton on Friday.
Quiante Derr led Bandys (2-0) with 102 rushing yards, while Dillon Street added 92.
Jumping out to a 28-0 lead by halftime, the Maiden Blue Devils cruised to a 28-7 home football victory over North Lincoln on Friday â€” their first win under new head coach Frank Snider.
Running back Grant Yowe and quarterback Jake McRee led Maiden (1-1) in the first half.