Archive - 2013 - Sports Article
NEWTON â€” Fred T. Foard senior soccer player Ashley Jolly signed with the University of Tennessee on Friday.
Jolly is graduating early this month from Foard and will enrolled at Tennessee next semester.
Below is a look at Friday's prep sports scores involving Catawba County teams:
Bandys 89, North Wilkes 63
Hickory 77, Newton-Conover 31
St. Stephens 58, Bunker Hill 51
Bandys 68, North Wilkes 58
Newton-Conover 73, Hickory 49
St. Stephens 65, Bunker Hill 60
Below is a look at Thursday's prep sports scores involving Catawba County schools:
Maiden 50, West Lincoln 32
Maiden 65, West Lincoln 56
A little more than a month after Brint Russell resigned as head coach football coach at Newton-Conover High School, progress is being made to replace him.
According to Newton-Conover High School officials, just under 60 persons have applied for the Red Devils vacant position.
Fred T. Foard and Bandys high schools competed in a tri-match on the mat Wednesday in Newton.
The Tigers and Trojans also competed against the Mooresville Blue Devils at the match.
To read more of this story, pick up the Thursday edition of Catawba County's community newspaper, The Observer News Enterprise, at newsstands throughout the county.
Below is a look at Wednesday's prep sports scores involving Catawba County teams:
West Caldwell 39, Fred T. Foard 23
Fred T. Foard 64, West Caldwell 59
Fred T. Foard 66, Bandys 9
Fred T. Foard 64, Mooresville 7
Both coming off solid tournament wins during the weekend, Newton-Conover and St. Stephens collided on the wrestling mat Tuesday.
After the dust settled, the Red Devils picked up their eighth win of the season with a 50-9 take down of the Indians.
Below is a look at Tuesday's prep sports scores involving Catawba County teams:
Fred T. Foard 57, Bandys 40
Bunker Hill 69, South Iredell 56
Maiden 52, West Iredell 46 (OT)
St. Stephens 75, Newton-Conover 73 (OT)
Statesville 67, Hickory 66
Bandys 94, Fred T. Foard 17
Bunker Hill 35, South Iredell 33
The Newton-Conover wrestling team captured a prestigious tournament championship this past weekend, winning the Lake Norman Duals.
The Red Devils defeated White Oak (51-19), Pope (51-20), Pinecrest (63-16), Christiansburg (43-25) and Gilmer (39-24) on their way to an undefeated record at the event.
HICKORY â€” The Lenoir-Rhyne football team held on to defeat North Alabama, 42-39, on Saturday at Moretz Stadium in an NCAA Div. II National quarterfinals.
The Bears (12-1), who have won a school-record 12-straight contests, will face 15th-ranked West Chester (13-1) in the national semifinals next Saturday in Hickory.Â