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Bandys 82, North Lincoln 65
Taylor Sigmon scored 17 points and grabbed nine rebounds, leading Bandys (4-0) to the win against the Lady Knights.
Jesse and Madi Story each scored 16 points for the Lady Trojans, as well.
Bandys completed 19-of-25 free throw opportunities.
North Lincoln's Lauren Armstrong scored a game-high 21 points.
Fred T. Foard 58, West Lincoln 30
The Lady Tigers improved to 3-1 on the season with a victory over the Lady Rebels.
With a 2010 state title under its belt, the Fred T. Foard wrestling team is trying to repeat its success from a season ago.
â€śOther teams may look at us differently,â€ť said Tigers coach Mike Carey. â€śI donâ€™t think we look at ourselves differently. We might have more of a sense of confidence that we can get the job done against anybody."
The Tigers are off to an early 5-1 start with their only loss coming last week against a tough 4A squad in defending state champion Parkland.
Tigers coach Mike Carey still expects improvement.
Trying to end its current skid, the CVCC men's basketball team lost the lead late against Spartanburg Methodist, and eventually, lost the game in close fashion, 68-65.
The Bucs loss is their fourth in a row.
CVCC trailed at 36-32 at halftime, but a great offensive effort in the early stages of the quarter allowed them to pull back into the contest.
With 7:00 remaining in the game, free throws by Terrence Polk gave the Bucs (3-5) their first lead of the half, 55-54.
Fred T. Foard earned an impressive sweep of Bunker Hill and North Wilkes on Wednesday, defeating the two teams by a combined score of 127-16.
The Bears also earned a victory in that tri-match, topping the Vikings in a hard-fought contest, 46-30.
Fred T. Foard 62, North Wilkes 10
The Newton-Conover girls basketball team nearly scored 100 points, but came up just short in a 94-24 blowout against the East Lincoln Lady Mustangs.
Shynese Whitener scored 25 points in the victory for the Lady Red Devils, who improve to 2-0 on the season.
Bandys 61, Fred T. Foard 49
Behind 22 points from freshman Haleigh Lackey, the Lady Trojans improved to 2-0 with a home victory against the Lady Tigers.
Brooke Robinson led Foard (1-1) with 13 points.
Newton-Conover 48, East Lincoln 44
St. Stephens spoiled the head coaching debut at Bandys for Mark Story.
The Indians (1-1) pulled out to an early lead and never looked back, cruising to the 66-43 victory in Catawba on Tuesday.
Bandys (0-1) fell behind in the first quarter due to 12 turnovers, and were outscored 39-14 in the first half. Dillion Spencer and Jordan James led the Indians in the early going with seven points each in the first half.
The Fred T. Foard girls basketball team improved to 2-0 on the season with a 50-32 victory against the West Lincoln Lady Rebels.
North Lincoln 50, Bunker Hill 36
The Bears fell to 0-3 on the season with a loss to the Knights on Tuesday.
Gray Brotherton scored 21 points, while Travis Cannon added 12 points for the Knights (1-0).
Jordan McGinnis led Bunker Hill with seven points, while Nathan Sherrill added six points.
St. Stephens 54, Ashe Co. 30
113: Body Miller (ASHE) pinned Chris Hovis 1:34
Less than two weeks after playing in the football playoffs, rivals Maiden and Lincolnton went at it again â€” this time on the basketball court.
The Wolves held off a fourth quarter rally by the Blue Devils to earn an 88-84 triple overtime victory in Lincolnton.
Lorenzo Carter and Alonzo Moseley scored a combined 67 of the Wolves' 88 points in the game. Carter scored 39, while Moseley added 28 points.
Lincolnton pulled ahead 10-2 early in the contest behind six points from Carter, but Maiden gathered itself and eventually tied the contest at 19-19 before the end of the quarter.
Bunker Hill basketball at Alexander Central
Maiden basketball at Lincolnton
St. Stephens basketball at Bandys
North Lincoln at Bunker Hill basketball
Fred T. Foard basketball at West Lincoln
Maiden wrestling at Hibriten (vs. Hibriten and East Burke), 6 p.m.
N-C wrestling at Alexander Central, 7 p.m.
Fred T. Foard basketball at Bandys
Bandys wrestling at North Surry High School (West Wilkes HS), 6 p.m.
Fred T. Foard wrestling at Bunker Hill (North Stokes), 5 p.m.
St. Stephens basketball at Maiden
INDIANAPOLIS (AP) â€” Carolina finally found a venue where it could win on the road â€” Indianapolis.
Cam Newton threw for 208 yards and ran for one touchdown Sunday, while DeAngelo Williams scored twice to help the Panthers hold off the winless Colts 27-19 for their first road victory in nearly two years. Carolina had lost 12 consecutive road games since beating the Giants in New York on Dec. 27, 2009.
Jonathan Stewart ran 10 times for 70 yards, while Williams finished with 15 carries for 69 yards. Newton ran nine times for 53 yards.