Archive - Sports Article
February 13th, 2015
Below is a look at scores from Friday's regular-season finales in high school basketball:
Bandys 60, Newton-Conover 53
Bunker Hill 44, West Caldwell 26
Hickory 71, Hibriten 16
Maiden 46, Lincolnton 35
St. Stephens 67, Fred T. Foard 37
Fred T. Foard 78, St. Stephens 61
Hickory 65, Hibriten 59
Lincolnton 54, Maiden 40
Hickoryâ€™s Emmaline Peterson experienced success early in her high school swimming career, winning a state title last year as a freshman.
The Red Tornadoes sophomore repeated her performance Thursday during the 3A state championship meet in Raleigh, winning the 500-yard freestyle event again while adding a state title in the 200-yard freestyle.
Entering this season, the Lenoir-Rhyne baseball program had an overall losing record in its 84-year history â€” 1,175 wins, 1,179 losses and seven ties.
This yearâ€™s group of Bears, though, hope to build a winning baseball legacy that the will carry on for years to come.
Eric Hoots bleeds Carolina blue.
The son of a University of North Carolina grad and Newton pastor, Hoots grew up cheering for his beloved Tar Heels on the basketball court.
â€śMy dad kind of fueled my love for Carolina and also my love for basketball,â€ť Hoots said. â€śThatâ€™s where it came from.â€ť
Below is a look at Tuesday's prep sports scores involving Catawba County teams:
Bandys 69, West Lincoln 26
Freedom 72, St. Stephens 48
Hickory 76, Watauga 26
Maiden 67, East Lincoln 63
Newton-Conover 69, Bunker Hill 51
South Caldwell 40, Fred T. Foard 23
East Lincoln 87, Maiden 52
Fred T. Foard 77, South Caldwell 40
Dean Smith was more than simply a basketball coach.
Yes, the retired Hall of Famer left North Carolina as the winningest coach in men's history after capturing two national titles along with the 1976 Olympic gold medal and coaching some of the sport's biggest names, Michael Jordan among them.
Battling for the third-straight year, it took all 14 matches to decide the 3A dual team champion on Saturday at Copas Gymnasium.
Fred T. Foard's Alex Leatherman earned a 10-8 decision victory against Morehead's Gideon Biggs to help the Tigers win their second 3A dual team state trophy in the past three seasons, 30-23.
Below are the results from the match:
For the third-straight year, Fred T. Foard and Morehead will lock up on Saturday to determine the 3A dual team state wrestling champion.
The Tigers (39-1) host the Panthers (30-2) on the mat at Copas Gymnasium at 2 p.m. to determine the best 3A dual team in the state of North Carolina.
Below is a look at Friday's prep sports scores involving Catawba County teams:
Bandys 62, Bunker Hill 41 (Lady Trojans clinch SD-7 title)
Hickory 86, Fred T. Foard 6
Maiden 64, West Caldwell 39
Newton-Conover 45, Lincolnton 35
South Caldwell 53, St. Stephens 33
Bunker Hill 63, Bandys 43
Hickory 68, Fred T. Foard 63
Below is a look at Thursday's 2A and 3A dual team West Region semi-finals and finals involving Catawba County teams:
Newton-Conover 34, Hunter Huss 30
West Lincoln 33, Newton-Conover 29
(Red Devils end season with 40-4 record)
Fred T. Foard 35, Enka 21
Fred T. Foard 57, East Rowan 10 (Tigers advances to 3A West final on Saturday)