HIGH SCHOOL FOOTBALL STANDINGS: Varsity through games of Sept. 15

HIGH SCHOOL VARSITY FOOTBALL STANDINGS (through Sept. 15 games) SOUTH FORK 2A                                                                              Conf.                                             All                     PF                     PA Bandys                                                               0-0                                          2-2                         102                   103 E. Lincoln                                                          0-0                                          1-3                          …

HIGH SCHOOL FOOTBALL: Friday’s varsity scores (all finals)

HobbsDailyReport.com FRIDAY’S RESULTS Bessemer City 32, N. Lincoln 27, final Draughn 42, Avery County 20, final E. Burke 32, W. Lincoln 26, OT, final E. Lincoln 22, E. Gaston 6, final Fred T. Foard 55, St. Stephens 34, final Hibriten 18, Newton-Conover 17, final Hickory 33, Bandys 10, final Patton 28, E. Rutherford 21, final R-S Central 23, S. Caldwell …

GAME PREVIEWS: Unbeatens Newton-Conover, Hibriten battle in Lenoir

By CHRIS HOBBS HobbsDailyReport.com Previewing tonight’s varsity football games (all statistical references are unofficial totals): NEWTON-CONOVER (3-0) at HIBRITEN (4-0), 7:30 p.m. A measuring stick game for both teams as they meet for the first time since 2008. The thought they’ll possibly see each other again in the state playoffs is a reasonable one because both are considered among the …

HIGH SCHOOL ROUNDUP: St. Stephens JVs score 48, overwhelm Fred T. Foard

HobbsDailyReport.com St. Stephens High had 322 yards of total offense and got rushing scores from five players on Thursday night, rolling past Fred T. Foard 48-0 on the road in junior varsity football. Freshman Rhyeem Craig averaged 13.6 yards per carry and scored two rushing TDs to lead St. Stephens (2-1). Matthew Hancock, Zach McLauchlin, Luke Johnson and Malik Hilton …

HIGH SCHOOL X-C: Trojans’ McAllister, Tigers’ Trimm win titles at Murray’s Mill

HobbsDailyReport.com CATAWBA – Sarah Faith McAllister of Bandys and Ben Trimm of Fred T. Foard won individual titles, and the East Burke boys and Fred T. Foard girls were team championships Thursday in the Murray’s Mill Open Cross Country. McAllister ran the course in 20 minutes, 20.39 seconds to finish ahead of Bunker Hill’s Caroline Hilliard (21:42.57. Trimm finished in …