Archive - Apr 30, 2013 - Sports Article
The Bunker Hill baseball team spoiled â€śSenior Nightâ€ť for Bandys, but the Trojans were the ultimate winners on Tuesday night.
By virtue of Draughnâ€™s 10-6 loss to Maiden in extra innings, the Trojans claim their first outright CVAC title since 2001.
Below is a look at Tuesday's sports action from across Catawba County:
Bunker Hill 6, Bandys 4 (nine innings)
Maiden 10, Draughn 6 (nine innings)
Newton-Conover 6, West Caldwell 0
Northwestern 3A/4A baseball tournament
No. 3 Watauga 15, No. 6 St. Stephens 3
No. 5 Fred T. Foard 2, No. 4 Hickory 1
The Carolina Panthers were busy on Tuesday, agreeing to terms with 13 undrafted rookie free agents.
Many deem this signing period after the NFL Draft as the "eighth round," where teams agree to terms with players who were not selected during last week's draft.
About two and a half months ago, Mia Fowler suffered a painful Achilles injury, but that hasnâ€™t slowed her down.
The Maiden freshman continues to excel in gymnastics despite being limited by hardened fluid in her right Achilles tendon.