Archive - Mar 2013 - Sports Article
Below is a look at Thursday's spring sports scores from across Catawba County:
Fred T. Foard 8, Watauga 2
Maiden 11, Ashbrook 1
North Lincoln 5, St. Stephens 4
Lincoln Charter 14, Bunker Hill 4
Bandys 8, Bunker Hill 1
Newton-Conover 9, West Caldwell 0
Bandys 5, Bunker Hill 0
Charlotte Bobcats guard Ramon Session will be out 2-4 weeks after suffering a second degree MCL sprain in his left knee, the team announced on Thursday.
Sessions suffered the knee injury during Wednesday night's 99-78 loss to Brooklyn. He scored nine points in 20 minutes against the Nets and left the court under his own control.
A pack of hungry, fast-paced Black Bears put an end to Bandys' girls basketball season on Wednesday.
Pisgah (25-6) led nearly the entire game against the Lady Trojans, winning 57-45 at UNC-Greensboro to advance to Saturday's 2A West Region championship game.
Bandys, who was making its fourth-straight appearance at the 2A West Regions, finish its season with a 27-3 record.
When the Brooklyn Nets started to catch fire, there was nothing the Charlotte Bobcats could do.
Joe Johnson and Deron Williams combined for 38 points, helping the Nets overcome a halftime deficit to defeat the Bobcats 99-78 at Time Warner Cable Arena on Wednesday.
Charlotte (13-48) shot just 38 percent from the field in the loss.
The memories of last year still sit with the Bandys girls basketball team, but the Lady Trojans are using those lessons to improve their finish this season.
To read more of this story, pick up the Wednesday edition of Catawba County's community newspaper, The Observer News Enterprise, at newsstands throughout the county.
Newton-Conover High School added four new names to its growing list of Hall of Fame inductees on Tuesday.
Coach Jerry Willard, football and basketball standout Dauntae Finger and athletic supporters Steve and the late Cathy Arndt comprised the NCHS Hallâ€™s fourth class.
All four were enshrined Tuesday during the schoolâ€™s winter sports banquet held at the NCHS gym.
Below is a look at Monday's spring sports scores from across Catawba County:
Alexander Central 6, St. Stephens 3
Fred T. Foard 16, Draughn 3
St. Stephens 5, Alexander Central 4 (eight innings)
Newton-Conover 4, North Lincoln 0
14th Annual Lady Indians Memorial Soccer Classic
One of the best seasons ever on the wrestling mat for Newton-Conover came to a close on Saturday.
The Red Devils finished as the team state runners-up at the 2A state wrestling tournament at the Greensboro Coliseum.
Six of the 10 Red Devil wrestlers that qualified for states finished in the top six of each weight class, which earned them a spot on the championship podium.
With his brother Andrew hoisting him high in the air, Bandys wrestler Anthony Christopher celebrated a lifelong achievement at the Greensboro Coliseum on Saturday.
Christopher defeated Croatan's Kyle Colborn by a 6-3 decision to claim the 195-pound 2A state championship â€” the 13th Trojan wrestler since 1995 to claim an individual title.
Four Catawba County wrestlers advanced to the finals of their respective weight classes on Friday at the 2A and 3A individual state tournament in Greensboro.
Three of those four come from the 2A ranks, including Newton-Conover sophomore Austin Klutz and Bandys seniors Andrew Brotherton and Anthony Christopher.