West Caldwell's Dylan West slid head first into first base to beat out a throw on an RBI infield single in the bottom of the seventh inning to give the Warriors a 4-3 victory over East Lincoln on Thursday in Gamewell.
The South Caldwell boys' track team took second place at the Northwestern 3A/4A Conference championships on Wednesday at Watauga High School in Boone.
A late South Caldwell rally fell short as the Freedom High School Patriots went into Sawmills and upset the then-undefeated Spartans 4-3 on Wednesday night.
Three pointer after three pointer, dunk after dunk; the ACC All-Stars proved exactly why they are the ACC All-Stars.
The 2014 ACC Barnstorming Tour makes its way to West Caldwell High School on Friday night, where seven former Warriors will get the chance to showcase their talents to the ACC stars and Caldwell County.
The Hibriten Panthers staved off a late South Caldwell rally to hang on for a 2-1 victory on Friday in Sawmills.
Lets face it, the Carolina Panthers are having a miserable 2014-15 season, and we haven't reached the draft. So the question is, what is wrong with the Panthers? The answer is General Manager Dave Gettleman.
Hibriten's Carson Poarch hit a solo home run to left field in the bottom half of the sixth inning to lift the Panthers to a 2-1 victory over South Caldwell on Tuesday in Lenoir.
Hibriten’s Tyler Johnson shot a round-low, 3-under 33 to lead the Panthers to a non-conference victory on Monday at Cedar Rock Country Club.
Baseball season is officially underway. High schools and colleges are in the midst of their respective seasons, while the professionals are currently in spring training and just 11 days away from the opening series between the Arizona Diamondbacks and the Los Angeles Dodgers. The Diamondbacks and Dodgers will officially open the season with a two-game series in Sydney, Australia beginning on March 22.
The West Caldwell softball team exploded for eight runs in the second inning to propel the Warriors to a 16-0 victory in five innings over Challenger on Wednesday in Gamewell.
In the 2013-14 wrestling season, West Caldwell's Jacob Houck etched his name into the history books by becoming the first sophomore in Caldwell County to win a state championship.
The South Caldwell girls’ basketball team survived a late rally by the Southeast Guilford Falcons as the Spartans hung on for a 69-66 victory in the first round of the 4A state playoffs on Monday in Sawmills.
The undefeated Freedom Patriots proved to be too much as they defeated Hibriten 64-32 on Tuesday in Lenoir.
Cam Newton threw two interceptions and was sacked five times in his playoff debut as the Carolina Panthers saw their season end the same way it did in 2009, with a home loss in the NFC Divisional round.
Troubled former NASCAR driver Jeremy Mayfield was convicted Monday in Catawba County of charges related to drugs and stolen furniture found on his property more than two years ago.
Three Lady Spartans scored in double figures to lift South Caldwell to a 60-45 victory over the visiting Patton Panthers on Friday in Sawmills.
The Carolina Panthers once again control their own destiny for the NFC South division title.
The Hibriten Panthers saw their season come to an end after dropping a 42-20 decision to No. 9 Forestview in the third round of the 3A state playoffs on Friday in Lenoir.
Ever since I was a little kid, my dream was to cover just one New England Patriots football game. Last Monday night, that dream became a reality.
"Bend but don't break" was the motto for the Hibriten defense on Friday night.
The North Carolina High School Athletic Association (NCHSAA) lists every state championship team in every sport dating back to the year 1913. However, there is one championship that has been lost for the last 55 years.
The South Caldwell Spartans ended their 2013 season Friday night, traveling to Greensboro to face off against the Panthers of James Benson Dudley High School, who won the first-round playoff game 44-7.
It was a struggle all night for the Spartan offense, facing up against the nearly impenetrable Panther defense, who only allowed South 36 yards rushing in the first half.
The South defense didn’t have much more success on the other side of the ball, allowing all 44 points from Dudley in the first half, who racked up 198 yards rushing in the first half, on 10 attempts.
The Hibriten Panthers advanced to the second round of the 3A state playoffs with a 41-0 shutout over the visiting Patton Panthers on Friday in Lenoir.