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November 3rd

Mustangs defeat Blue Devils on gridiron, 48-13

November 3, 2014

Heavy rain and lightning forced Maiden to move its home football contest with East Lincoln to Monday night.

The Mustangs handed the Blue Devils a 48-13 loss on Monday night at Blue Devil Stadium, dropping Maiden’s record to 5-5 overall and 2-4 in conference games.

Tiger top Cougars, meet Mavs in finals rematch

November 3, 2014

Fred T. Foard went up 2-0 at halftime against Asheville and held off a late charge by the Cougars to come away with a 4-2 win on Monday in the second round of the 3A boys soccer playoffs.

To read more of this story, pick up the Tuesday edition of Catawba County's community newspaper, The Observer News Enterprise, at newsstands throughout the county.

November 1st

Bears remain unbeaten, hold off the Eagles, 35-32

November 1, 2014

The fourth-ranked Lenoir-Rhyne football team jumped out to a 25-point advantage and held off a furious rally to defeat No. 16 Carson-Newman, 35-32, Saturday in a South Atlantic Conference showdown at Burke-Tarr Stadium.

PREP SOCCER: Weather causes postponements

November 1, 2014

Weather in the area late Friday and early Saturday have forced several postponements for Catawba County boys soccer teams in playoff match ups.

Below is an updated schedule of games:

2A playoffs
Lexington (8-11-5) at Newton-Conover (21-1), 6 p.m. Monday

3A playoffs
Asheville (12-7-2) at Fred T. Foard (18-5-2), 6:30 p.m. Monday

October 31st

Red Devils overcome elements, Bears in 31-6 win

October 31, 2014

It wasn’t pretty, but Newton-Conover was able to end its two-game losing skid in the rain on Friday night with a 31-6 victory against Bunker Hill in Claremont.

The Red Devils improve to 7-2-1 overall and 4-2 in the Southern District 7 Athletic 2A, while the Bears drop their overall record to 0-10 and conference record to 0-6.

Spartans use second half to surge past Tigers

October 31, 2014

Despite trailing 14-13 at halftime, the Fred T. Foard football team was outscored 19-7 in the second half of a 33-21 road loss to rival South Caldwell in Lenoir.

Matt Williams led Foard (5-5, 3-3) with three touchdowns, including two touchdown passes of 20 and 3 yards to wide receiver Ryan Campbell.

PREP FOOTBALL: Friday's football scores

October 31, 2014

Below is a look at tonight's prep football scores in Catawba County and across the state of North Carolina:

Oct. 31 scores
Bandys 42, West Lincoln 39
East Lincoln at Maiden, ppd. to Monday
Freedom 48, St. Stephens 6
Newton-Conover 31, Bunker Hill 6
South Caldwell 33, Fred T. Foard 21
Watauga 48, Hickory 13

Statewide scoreboard (from Associated Press)

October 30th

Saints top Panthers, take over NFC South lead

October 31, 2014

In a game that could go a long ways in determining this year's NFC South champion, New Orleans dominated Carolina on Thursday night.

Capitalizing on a second quarter fumble by Cam Newton near the goal line, the Saints took control and never looked back, winning 28-10 at Bank of America Stadium.

Johnson, Williams fill in the gaps to Foard’s success

October 30, 2014

Since a successful 2008 season, the Fred T. Foard football program has struggled.

With three head coaches and eight wins during the next five seasons, the Tigers fought to rekindle their previous success.

That was until this season.

GAME OF THE WEEK: Searching for answers

October 30, 2014

Both riding losing streaks, the Newton-Conover football team travels to Claremont tonight to take on Catawba County rival Bunker Hill.

To read more of this story, pick up the Friday edition of Catawba County's community newspaper, The Observer News Enterprise, at newsstands throughout the county.

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