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October 17th, 2014
Oct. 17 scores
Bandys 29, Maiden 21
East Lincoln 49, Newton-Conover 28
Fred T. Foard 41, Patton 12
Lincolnton 57, Bunker Hill 2
St. Stephens 49, Hickory 43 (OT)
State wide (from Associated Press)
Albemarle 45, North Moore 0
Alexander Central 21, Statesville 17
Apex 40, Cary 10
Ashe County 48, East Wilkes 14
Asheville 48, McDowell County 14
Matt Beam returns to his alma mater Friday to lead his Newton-Conover Red Devils into their biggest game of the season against East Lincoln.
A 1995 graduate of East Lincoln High school, Beam has coached against the Mustangs several times, including during his tenures at North Lincoln and Burns.
Below is a look at Thursday's junior varsity football scores involving Catawba County teams:
Oct. 16 scores
Bunker Hill 32, Lincolnton 26
Maiden 26, Bandys 20
Newton-Conover 14, East Lincoln 12
Patton 38, Fred T. Foard 34
St. Stephens 21, Hickory 20
Below is a look at the preliminary first-round prep volleyball playoff match ups involving all seven Catawba County teams:
2A brackets (on Saturday)
No. 17 Maiden (11-6) at No. 16 East Burke (17-5), 4 p.m.
No. 20 West Davidson (7-15) at No. 13 Newton-Conover (13-6), 11 a.m.
No. 24 Bandys (10-8) at No. 8 Bunker Hill (14-6), 2 p.m.
3A brackets (on Saturday)
A year to the day it won last yearâ€™s Southern District 7 Athletic 2A tournament title, the Bunker Hill volleyball team made lightning strike twice on Wednesday.
The Lady Bears came out of the gate strong in a 3-1 win against rival Newton-Conover in the tournament final held at West Caldwell High School.
Corbin Boyles finished his undefeated streak in conference championship meets on Wednesday.
The Maiden senior won his fourth-straight conference championship at Wednesdayâ€™s SD-7 Cross-Country title meet at Southside Park in Newton.
The Bandys boys cross-country team won its fourth-straight team title, led by fourth-place finisher Yates Goodson.
Below is a look at Wednesday's prep sports scores involving Catawba County teams:
East Lincoln 5, Maiden 3
Fred T. Foard 4, Freedom 2 (Tigers take over first place in NWC)
Newton-Conover 3, Bunker Hill 0 (Red Devils clinch SD-7 title)
St. Stephens 2, Watauga 0
West Caldwell 7, Bandys 2
SD-7 championship (at West Caldwell H.S.)
Below is a look at Wednesday's middle school football scores involving Catawba County teams:
Oct. 15 scores
Newton-Conover 26, Arndt 20
Northview 28, Jacobs Fork 20
Maiden 12, River Bend 6
Mill Creek at Grandview, postponed to today
Mike Helms has resigned as the head coach of the Hickory High School football team.
The Newton-Conover football team remained in seventh place in the latest Associated Press prep football poll for North Carolina, which was released on Tuesday.
The Red Devils (6-0-1) received a total of 74 votes, which was more votes than theyâ€™ve received in the past two weeks (62 and 60, respectively). N-CHS once again received one first-place vote in the poll.