HIGH SCHOOL WRESTLING: St. Stephens picks up 11th win of season (summaries)

Published Friday, May 21st, 2021

HobbsDailyReport.com HIGH SCHOOL WRESTLING SUMMARIES THURSDAY, MAY 20 ST. STEPHENS 43, McDOWELL 24 152: Beck Nestor (SS) p. Josh Burnette 0:34 160: Jayden Jackson (SS) p. Hunter Kirby 0:30 170: Preston Dennison (M) d. Jacob Schwartz 9-2 182: Dorian Whitworth (SS) p. Bruin Lytle 1:26 195: Andre Britt (SS) maj. Jesse Barrier 11-3 220: Collin Campbell (M) d. Kasen Turner …

HIGH SCHOOL WRESTLING: Review season’s summaries

Published Thursday, May 13th, 2021

HobbsDailyReport.com HIGH SCHOOL VARSITY WRESTLING SUMMARIES TUESDAY, MAY 11 ST. STEPHENS 52, ASHE COUNTY 24 (at St. Stephens) 113: Cesar Chavez Alonzo (SS) won by forfeit 120: Chance Wilson (SS) won by forfeit 126: Ryan Brown (SS) won by forfeit 132: Drew Rowland (A) p. Evan Trossi 1:46 138: Brady Connell (SS) p. Nate Brown 0:33 145: Kymani Evans (SS) …

HIGH SCHOOL BASEBALL: St. Stephens off to red-hot start in Northwestern 3A-4A

Published Sunday, May 9th, 2021

After win at South Caldwell, new Indians head coach excited about team’s potential   By CHRIS HOBBS HobbsDailyReport.com HICKORY – Jimmy Bowman is in his first season as head varsity baseball coach at St. Stephens High, and he’s already sensing this could be a special season. After a nine-inning, 3-2 victory on Thursday night at league power South Caldwell, the …

ALL-NORTHWESTERN 3A-4A: Indians’ McLauchlin named top player, Spartans’ Kirkpatrick earns Coach of the Year

Published Tuesday, April 20th, 2021

Cougars’ Craig shares Player of Year with South Caldwell’s Raynor   By CHRIS HOBBS HobbsDailyReport.com Four seniors and a junior led voting for the top awards in Northwestern 3A-4A football for spring varsity football. Conference head coaches voted for: — Zak McLauchlin, a 5-foot-7, 160-pound senior running back for St. Stephens who led the league is rushing, as Offensive Player …

BREAKING NEWS: Hicks resigns after 8 years as head football coach at St. Stephens

Published Thursday, April 15th, 2021

Former Lenoir-Rhyne University boss ends 34-year career of coaching football   By CHRIS HOBBS HobbsDailyReport.com HICKORY – Wayne Hicks has resigned as head football coach at St. Stephens High after eight seasons, school officials announced on Thursday. A press release from athletic director Billy Baker said Hicks is ending a 34-year career of coaching football. Hicks came to St. Stephens …