October 22nd, 2012
Below are Monday's scores from Catawba County soccer games:
Bunker Hill 3, Draughn 1
Richard Xiong scored three goals to lead the Bears to the conference victory against the Wildcats.
With the victory, Bunker Hill (9-8-1, 7-6-0) clinches at least a tie for fourth place.
Newton-Conover 5, East Burke 0
Two Charlotte men were sentenced this past Friday in U.S. District Court in Charlotte for violating the Clean Air Act by conducting false vehicle emissions inspections.
The search for two Catawba County teens from Sherrills Ford continues after other searches come up empty handed.
October celebrates National Disability Awareness Month, and Hickory Public Schools is taking advantage of the awareness.
Lorane Rohr, who serves as the Exception Children's program director for Hickory Public Schools, said the school system's goal is to make sure to understand and identify the needs of a student with a disability.
Catawba County residents can now learn the tricks of scam and fraud artists to protect themselves.
If the Carolina Panthers are going to become the second team to start 1-5 and make it to the playoffs, it won't be under General Manager Marty Hurney.
Hurney was relieved of his duties early Monday morning, the team announced. He had served as the team's GM since 2002.
Another Sunday went by and the Carolina Panthers suffered yet another heartbreaking defeat.
Marred by a few disputable calls late in their game against the Dallas Cowboys, the Panthers dropped their fifth contest of the season, 19-14, at Bank of America Stadium in front of 73,981 fans.
Behind 14 fourth quarter points, eighth-ranked Wofford stunned No. 13 Appalachian State, 38-28, on the football field Saturday in Boone at Kidd-Brewer Stadium.
It was the first time since 2002 that ASU (5-3, 3-2) had lost at home to Wofford (6-1, 4-1).
Lenoir-Rhyne rallied from an 18-point deficit to stun Mars Hill on the football field Saturday, 34-21, in a South Atlantic Conference showdown at Moretz Stadium.
The first round of the prep volleyball playoffs was held on Saturday. Seven Catawba County teams were in action.
After these games were over, three Catawba County schools moved on, including Maiden, Newton-Conover and St. Stephens.
Four schools had their seasons ended, including Bandys, Bunker Hill, Fred T. Foard and Hickory.
Check out the complete results below: