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September 10th, 2012
The St. Stephens volleyball team picked up a 3-0 road victory over the Freedom Patriots on Monday.
With the win, the Lady Indians move to 10-1 on the season.
Katelyn Houser led Saint with 13 assists, six kills and five aces. Jenna Boliek, Marisa Jones and Bailey Cloninger added five kills each. Cloninger also made 11 assists.
Lenoir-Rhyne's Joe Anderson has been named the South Atlantic Conference Football Defensive Player Of The Week, league officials announced Monday.
Anderson, a sophomore defensive back from Lilburn, Ga., led Lenoir-Rhyne with a team-high 10 tackles to go along with two pass break-ups and an interception in the Bears' 20-2 home-opening win over Davidson last Saturday night at Moretz Stadium.
All-time PGA Champions Tour wins leader Hale Irwin has joined the field for the 10th annual Greater Hickory Classic at Rock Barn presented by Kia Motors.
The 10th anniversary Greater Hickory Classic at Rock Barn is set for Oct. 8-14, 2012 on the Jones Course at Rock Barn Golf & Spa.
Two of Cam Newton's biggest games in his Offensive Rookie of the Year season came against Tampa Bay a year ago.
The Bucs let the Carolina quarterback kno Sunday they intend this year to be different, sacking Newton three times and intercepting him twice in the second half of Sunday's 16-10 season-opening victory.
After a heartbreaking 24-21 season-opening loss at Concord last weekend, Lenoir-Rhyne was determined not to start its home schedule the same way.
The Bears (1-1) used their defense to keep the Wildcats out of the end zone on their way to a 20-2 win on Saturday night at Moretz Stadium in Hickory.
Tied 21-21 at the half with twelfth-ranked Montana on Saturday, No. 11 Appalachian State made key plays on offense and defense down the stretch in the clutch.
WINSTON-SALEM â€” Tanner Price scored on a 1-yard sneak with 2:09 left to help Wake Forest rally past North Carolina 28-27 on Saturday in the Atlantic Coast Conference opener for both teams.
Already with 532 rushing yards on the season, Justin Lynch isnâ€™t satisfied with what he has accomplished on the football field yet.
The senior running back tallied 257 rushing yards and all five of his teamâ€™s touchdowns against Fred T. Foard on Friday in Newton.
Lynchâ€™s performance helped the Bears improve to 4-0 with a 35-7 road win against the Tigers.
Newton-Conover put on an array of offensive fireworks on Friday night versus East Surry in a 49-6 non-conference win that earned the Red Devils their second-straight victory of the season.
Red Devils quarterback Kevin Cline accounted for 236 total yards (130 passing, 106 rushing) in the game.
When the final buzzer sounded Friday in Denver, history was made on the football field.
Bandys picked up a 42-18 win against North Lincoln to improve to 3-1 on the season.
More importantly, the 24-point margin of victory gave Trojans head coach Randy Lowman his 200th career coaching win.