Archive - 2014 - Sports Article
Below is a look at Friday's prep sports scores involving Catawba County teams:
Fred T. Foard 74, Bandys 30
North Iredell 66, Bunker Hill 55
Bandys 73, Fred T. Foard 12
North Iredell 46, Bunker Hill 36
The honors continue to roll in for the Newton-Conover boys soccer program.
Fresh off their 2-0 win in the 2A state championship game last Saturday in Raleigh against First Flight, four members of the Red Devils were named to the All-State team by the North Carolina Soccer Coaches Association (NCSCA).
Fighting back from a first-half deficit against Lincoln Charter, the Newton-Conover girls basketball team came within inches of potentially winning its opener against the Lady Eagles on Wednesday.
At the buzzer, the Lady Red Devilsâ€™ Jalyn Ramseur made a game-tying jumper, which was originally ruled a 3-pointer to send the game into overtime.
Below is a look at Wednesday's prep sports scores involving Catawba County teams:
Fred T. Foard 57, West Iredell 15
Newton-Conover 80, Stuart Cramer 0
Newton-Conover 60, North Lincoln 12
Lincoln Charter 46, Newton-Conover 45
Below is a look at Tuesday's prep sports scores involving Catawba County teams:
Fred T. Foard 60, West Lincoln 32
North Lincoln 74, Bandys 25
Bandys 81, North Lincoln 14
West Lincoln 35, Fred T. Foard 28
St. Stephens 72, Draughn 9
St. Stephens 48, West Caldwell 27
Twenty-seven games. Eighteen shutouts. Twelve seniors. One state title.
Newton-Conover capped a 26-1 championship season on Saturday with a 2-0 victory against previously unbeaten First Flight at the Dail Soccer Complex on the campus of N.C. State University.
The state championship is the second for the Red Devilsâ€™ boy soccer program in seven seasons.
Cardinal Gibbons used its previous state championship experience to knock off Fred T. Foard on Saturday in the 3A boys soccer final at the Dail Soccer Complex.
Behind the play of championship game MVP Cooper Deplantis, the Crusaders cruised to a 5-0 victory against the Tigers.
The Lenoir-Rhyne football team completed its first unbeaten regular season since 1962 on Saturday with a 27-21 victory against Catawba at Moretz Stadium.
It's only the fourth time in school history that the Bears have finished the regular season undefeated (1956, 1960 and 1962) and the first time they've finished 11-0 in the regular season.
Darian Roseboro finished where he left off against Newton-Conover in Lincolntonâ€™s home playoff game against the Red Devils.
After rushing for four touchdowns earlier this season in a 51-8 road victory against Newton-Conover, Roseboro added four more touchdowns in a 48-14 2AA playoff win on Friday in Lincolnton.
Roseboro now has 20 touchdowns in his past four contests.
In a close contest, it was a back up quarterback for R-S Central who proved to be the spoiler for Bandys in its playoff opener at Garry Butler Memorial Stadium on Friday.
After quarterback Tyrese Tate was hurt on a late run, back up Trey Clark entered the game, throwing a 59-yard pass on the next play and scored on 1-yard run to help lift the Hilltoppers to a 29-26 victory over the Trojans.