It was a major marquee blast from the not-too-distant past for a pair of Mooresville-area middle school boys basketball teams.
Lake Norman’s boys’ basketball team won’t have to leave the friendly confines of its own gym at all this week, during the 4A/3A North Piedmont Conference tournament.
For the first time since 2012, Lakeshore is the champ.
MOORESVILLE – Tuesday night's rivalry game brought out the best in Lake Norman as the Wildcats became the only team in the North Piedmont Conference this season to break the century mark in scoring with a 100-83 win over Mooresville at Mooresville High School.
There’s still plenty of water left in the tank for Lake Norman’s girls swim team.
For the first time, finishing first will not be of paramount importance for Mooresville and Lake Norman wrestlers.
For Lake Norman’s boys swim team, it was basically all about the company it kept.
CHARLOTTE — Panthers quarterback Cam Newton said Tuesday that he's "sore loser," but defended walking out of a press conference after the Super Bowl by saying he didn't feel like talking to the media after Carolina's 24-10 loss to the Denver Broncos.
Mooresville High School football coach Hal Capps has left to become head football coach at Seneca (S.C) High.
BOONE — It’s been a journey for Jasmine Ogunjimi, only midway through her third year of college basketball.
SANTA CLARA, Calif. (AP) — Von Miller and the rest of Denver's dominant defense realized the only way to ditch their doubters was to bring home the silver ball from the Golden Gate City.
CHARLOTTE — Thomas Davis isn’t the only member of the Carolina Panthers trying to make a return from serious injury in Super Bowl 50.
SAN JOSE, Calif. — Athletes were excited to speak with the media members on Thursday morning.
SAN JOSE, Calif. — The Greatest Show on Turf they’re not, but that’s part of the fun for Ricky Proehl.
Brad Hoover’s 10 seasons with the Carolina Panthers went by quickly.
Athletes from Iredell County followed through with their verbal college commitments Wednesday, penning their names on letters of intent during National Signing Day.
A youth basketball camp, raising awareness of lung cancer, will be held on Feb. 6 at the South Iredell High School Auxiliary Gym, 299 Old Mountain Rd., Statesville.
A conference crown to cradle and call all its own.
After a season chock full of putting the emphasis on team success, the Mooresville and Lake Norman wrestling teams change the channel this week as they focus on more personalized progress.
Nobody said it was going to be easy.
CHARLOTTE, N.C. (AP) — For all his daring and dabbing and Superman persona, Cam Newton quickly reminds everyone that football is all about team.
Mooresville commissioners got their first look at renderings of the new clubhouse/pro shop at the rebuilt Mooresville Golf Course last week, when ADW Architects presented a short slide show about the building.
In August if I had told you that the Carolina Panthers would be sitting two wins away from a Super Bowl title you probably would have called me a liar.
One streak continued and another ended Wednesday during the Iredell County Swim Championships at the Statesville YMCA.
Coming off an impressive win at Lake Norman last Friday, Mooresville faced yet another test in North Piedmont Conference play Tuesday.
The sharks are swarming.
Lake Norman’s girls’ varsity basketball team put one more favorable final exam on the scoreboard.
With a share of the North Piedmont Conference boys basketball lead up for grabs, Mooresville and Lake Norman took their rivalry to the hardwood.
It wasn’t the start to the defense of his golden title belt that Mooresville’s J.B. Mauney envisioned as he began the new season of the Professional Bull Riders Association.
Can you put a price tag on fame?
It will be a gathering of premier North Carolina wrestlers like this area has seldom seen.
Chalk this one up as a season already worth remembering for Lakeshore Middle School’s boys eighth-grade basketball team.
Befitting the turning of the calendar’s year page, something new will greet Mooresville High’s basketball program this week.
The year 2015 was a championship sports year of worldwide proportions for Mooresville.
Thanks to an unusually mild December, it’s not too late to winterize your boat. Those new to boating may not have thought about it, or understood why it’s important, so let’s look at why and how to winterize and protect your vessel.
It was back to square one for Lake Norman’s girls basketball team.
It was close, but it wasn’t a total loss for Lake Norman’s boys varsity basketball team during its initial appearance in the Service Plumbing Holiday Classic tournament.
After taking down number one, Mooresville’s varsity boys basketball team settled for number two.
Some groups settle for making a single splash in order to help ring in the New Year.
OLIN—The R&L Holiday Classic, hosted by North Iredell High School, tips off Tuesday and wraps up Wednesday. Unlike most years, this basketball tournament appears to be wide open.
TROUTMAN – Sion Harrington has been on the South Iredell varsity football team for all four years of his high school career.
TROUTMAN – Scott Miller said his 2014 team was “awfully young.”
It’s going to take awhile to get used to saying “Statesville soccer” without mentioning “Hunter Faust.”
Mooresville’s wrestling team wound up being filled with nothing but good holiday cheer following its final appearance before Christmas.
When it came to making its final rounds before Christmas, Lake Norman’s wrestling team hardly left a single weight class without a visit during this week’s Maiden Christmas Wrestling Classic.
Spread the word.
It’s in the bag….Santa’s bag.
MOORESVILLE – Lauren Gish didn’t play as much tennis this season as she did in her first two seasons at Lake Norman.
MOORESVILLE—The list of colleges interested in the services of Lake Norman golfer Kathryn Carson isn’t a short one.