Big show on Saturday, February 15th! Third time is the charm for the Hibriten boys over West Caldwell as the Panthers claim the NWF2A regular-season crown! The Freedom boys hit 16 three-pointers in one game versus McDowell!
From local sports to one of the biggest rivalries in all of sports, We have a great show lined up for you for February 8th! The brand new head football coach at East Burke, Derrick Minor, will
A familiar name in Caldwell County athletics is stepping away from the game after leading Caldwell Community College and Technical Institute men’s basketball to three of its all-time best seasons, as well as ushering in a new
Hey Catawba Valley! We at The Scoreboard are excited to let you know that this Saturday on the program we’ll be talking with former Carolina Panthers quarterback Jake Delhomme! That’s right, the Panthers recent Ring of Honor
An emotional Luke Kuechly announced his retirement after eight remarkable seasons with the Carolina Panthers on twitter Tuesday night. A seven-time Pro Bowler, Luke Kuechly recorded the most tackles of any player in the NFL since from
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The Hickory Crawdads released the lineup for their Winter Caravan Luncheon presented by K&L Dunrite Roofing and Restoration. The Caravan is scheduled for Thursday, January 9th at the Hickory Metro Convention Center from 12-1:30pm. Carlos Cardoza, who
App State head football coach Shawn Clark has hired veteran administrator Nolan Jones as Associate Athletics Director for Football Operations. “I’ve known Nolan for a long time. He has great experience and will be a strong asset to the organization of
Lenoir-Rhyne University will add four sports to its roster in the 2020-21 academic year. Women’s triathlon will begin in the fall as a varsity sport, while men’s triathlon, and men’s and women’s weightlifting will launch as club
As expected, an announcement was made this morning confirming Charlotte is getting a Major League Soccer Team. The official announcement was made in Charlotte by Mayor Vi Lyles, Panthers Owner David Tepper, and MLS Commissioner Don Garber. This will be