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January 30th

Red Devils top Blue Devils on wrestling mat

January 31, 2014

The Newton-Conover wrestling team didn’t slow down on Thursday against Maiden after nearly a week long layoff from being on the mat.

The Red Devils defeated the Blue Devils on the road, 62-6 — finishing the regular season unbeaten in Southern District 7 Athletic 2A matches.

PREP NOTEBOOK: Thursday's sports scores

January 30, 2014

Below is a look at Thursday's prep sports scores across Catawba County:

Boys basketball
Bunker Hill 63, West Lincoln 45
Newton-Conover 73, Lincolnton 55
Fred T. Foard 72, Watauga 58

Girls basketball
Bunker Hill 46, West Lincoln 25
Foard at Watauga, no report
Newton-Conover 63, Lincolnton 45

Prep wrestling
Fred T. Foard 59, Watauga 12

January 29th

Class act: Emotional Jarrett enters NASCAR Hall

January 29, 2014

Conover native. Newton-Conover High School graduate. And now, NASCAR Hall of Famer.

Dale Jarrett received one of auto racing’s most historic of honors Wednesday night during special ceremony in Charlotte.

Jarrett was one of five inductees into the NASCAR Hall of Fame Class of 2014, joining Maurice Petty, Edward “Fireball” Roberts, Jack Ingram and Tim Flock.

Former Trojan Sigmon chosen to SoCon second team

January 29, 2014

Former Bandys High School and current Western Carolina Catamount softball player Taylor Sigmon has been named to the Southern Conference preseason second team, at first base, as voted on by the league coaches.

Sigmon, a sophomore from Catawba, was the only Catamount freshman from the 2013 season to play in all 56 games.

Saint, Foard seniors commemorate college signings

January 29, 2014

A pair of Catawba County athletes signed to play college athletics earlier this week.

St. Stephens volleyball standout Katelyn Houser will play at Catawba Valley Community College this fall.

Fred T. Foard baseball player Carson Bryant also signed with the Bucs.

BREAKING: Snow affects sports schedule again

January 29, 2014

For the second-straight day, snow has caused the prep sports schedule to change.

Below is a look at these changes and their new times:

Baseball
Hickory Crawdads Hotstove Banquet, ppd. (no make-up date announced)

College basketball
Catawba at Lenoir-Rhyne, moved up to 4 p.m.
(originally start time was 6 p.m.)

Prep basketball

January 24th

Seniors stand tall, Red Devils clinch SD-7 title

January 25, 2014

Six seniors have been the driving force for the Newton-Conover wrestling team this season.

On Friday night, they honored the program the only way they knew how — winning.

The Red Devils won 11 of their 13 matches against West Caldwell, clinching the Southern District 7 Athletic 2A championship with a 54-9 victory against the Warriors.

PREP NOTEBOOK: Friday's sports scores

January 25, 2014

Below is a look at Friday's prep sports scores involving Catawba County teams:

Boys basketball
Bunker Hill 63, Maiden 40
East Lincoln 89, Bandys 62
Freedom 73, Fred T. Foard 63
Newton-Conover 66, West Caldwell 55
St. Stephens 69, Watauga 63

Girls basketball
Bandys 89, East Lincoln 14
Bunker Hill 49, Maiden 34
Freedom 61, Fred T. Foard 22

January 23rd

Beam greets community, described as ‘ball of fire’

January 24, 2014

More than 100 people turned out at Newton-Conover High School on Thursday night to meet their new head football coach, Matt Beam.

Beam spoke to everyone in attendance before talking with parents, players and supporters one on one.

GAME OF THE WEEK: Red Devils battle Warriors

January 24, 2014

They say its hard to beat a team once and even harder to do it twice.

The Newton-Conover boys basketball team has that opportunity tonight on the road against West Caldwell.

The Red Devils have already beaten the Warriors 59-56 on Dec. 19, 2013 in both team’s conference openers.

For the second time in less than a week, the St. Stephens junior varsity football team tasted...
Below is a look at Thursday's prep sports scores involving Catawba County teams: Volleyball Bunker...
Will Saenger scored three goals — all in the second half — leading Fred T. Foard to a 5-0 victory...

 

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