The West Caldwell Warriors played the first Caldwell County high school basketball game in almost two weeks on Wednesday, and the final results ended the Warriors' season.
All high school basketball playoff games involving Caldwell County teams that were scheduled for Tuesday night were postponed due to inclement weather.
West Caldwell's Jacob Houck won his second straight wrestling 2A state championship with a 7-3 decision over Brevard's Logan Roth at the state championships on Saturday at the Greensboro Coliseum.
The North Carolina High School Athletic Association released the playoff brackets for both boys and girls basketball on Saturday, and Caldwell County will have four teams competing.
The North Carolina individual wrestling state tournaments begin today in Greensboro, and Caldwell County will have nine representatives competing.
South Caldwell senior wrestler Cameron Chapman was denied the right to compete for a regional championship and possibly a state championship after being disqualified from the 4A West Regional tournament last weekend.
West Caldwell’s Jacob Houck and Nathaniel Kale, and South Caldwell’s Carl Guess all claimed regional championships on Saturday.
A total of 30 high school wrestlers will represent Caldwell County in 2A, 3A and 4A regional wrestling tournaments this weekend.
The West Caldwell Warriors knocked down 12 free throws in the fourth quarter alone to edge out Lincolnton with a 61-53 victory on Tuesday night in Gamewell.
The Hibriten Panthers dominated Freedom on Friday night to claim an 82-62 victory over the Patriots.
The West Caldwell wrestling team wrapped up its regular season with a 54-29 victory over Bandys on Tuesday night in Catawba.
The South Caldwell basketball teams splits with Patton on Friday night, as the Lady Spartans defeated the Panthers, 50-34, while the boys fell 62-41.
The West Caldwell Warriors scored the first 14 points of the game en route to a 73-45 victory over Bunker Hill on Friday night in Gamewell.
Due to inclement weather, we had an early press time, scores from Tuesday night will not be in Wednesday's News-Topic.
The Hibriten wrestling team opened up a big lead, before holding on late to claim a 42-33 victory over Freedom on Tuesday in Lenoir.
The South Caldwell girls' basketball team came up just short of the upset as the Hickory Red Tornadoes hung on for a 41-34 victory on Tuesday night in Sawmills.
The South Caldwell wrestling team finished in fourth place out of 61 teams at the Holy Angels Invitational held at Bojangles’ Coliseum in Charlotte over the weekend.
The South Caldwell girls' basketball team allowed just six points in the second half, resulting in a 37-20 victory over Hibriten on Tuesday night in Sawmills.
The South Caldwell Spartans took first place and the West Caldwell Warriors took second at the Warrior Invitational held at West Caldwell on Saturday.
The South Caldwell basketball teams swept Maiden on Friday night, as the girls won 45-37 and the boys won 61-55.
The West Caldwell basketball teams split with Newton-Conover in the Southern District 7 Conference opener on Friday night, as the boys claimed a 78-70 victory and the girls lost 52-49.
After accounting for 296 yards of offense in the final week of the high school football regular season, West Caldwell’s Trustin Harper was named the WBTV Hendrick Lexus Player of the Week.
The fourth-seeded South Caldwell Spartans saw their season come to an end after the visiting Spartans from Mt. Tabor dominated from the opening kickoff in the first round of the 4A state playoffs.
Hibriten traveled to Canton on a 20-degree night to take on the Pisgah Bears in the first round of the 3A state playoffs and returned home on the short side of a 16-13 score, ending the Panthers' season with an overall record of 6-5.
The high school football regular season has come to an end and two Caldwell County teams have made the playoffs.