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Z. McLauchlin – Farm Bureau Catawba Valley Athlete of the Week

Indians running back Zak McLauchlin was named the Farm Bureau Catawba Valley Athlete of the Week for his performance in the Indians’ victory last Friday night against Fred T. Foard. McLauchlin ran for 188 yards and scored two touchdowns. Congratulations, Zak!

Indians 12, Tigers 9

From the desk of Coach Hicks: “The St. Stephens JV’s outlasted the Fred T Foard JV’s for a 3 overtime win at Foard High School. Sophomore tailback Tony Rangel rushed 7 times for 50 yards and had the lone touchdown in regulation play. The score was tied at 6 to 6 until the third overtime

Baker receives NCHSAA honor

Athletic director and head wrestling coach Billy Baker is the 2019 recipient of the Charlie Adams Distinguished Service Award, given by the NCHSAA. This award is given to an honoree that exemplifies service and dedication, both to student athletes and their community. Congrats, Coach Baker!

Indians 26, Tigers 21

The St. Stephens Indians came away with a victory at home September 20th against the Fred T. Foard Tigers. Leading the way for the Indians offensively were Z. McLaughlin with 24 carries for 188 yards and two touchdowns, and M. Hancock with 18 carries for 116 yards. Defensive highlights include a leaping interception by G.

All Teams Schedule: Week of Sep 23 – Sep 29

Sep 23 Girls Varsity Tennis at Alexander Central High School Match 4:00 pm | ACHS Sep 23 Girls Junior Varsity Volleyball vs. Newton Conover High School 4:30 pm | St. Stephens High School Sep 23 Girls Varsity Volleyball vs. Newton Conover High School 5:45 pm | St. Stephens High School Sep 24 Girls Varsity Golf

Zach Lee – WNNC Golden Helmet Award Winner (Week 2)

Saint Stephens wide receiver Zach Lee was the WNNC  Coca-Cola Golden Helmet award winner in week 2 of the high school football season. Nominated by coaches around the area, Zach earned this award by making six catches for 146 yards with two touchdowns during Saint Stephens’ game vs. Bunker Hill. Lee also is credited with

INCLEMENT WEATHER POLICY FOR CATAWBA COUNTY SPORTS

  If students are dismissed early due to inclement weather, no games or practices will be allowed. If school is closed, no games or practices are allowed.  An exception may be granted by the Superintendent whenever extreme or unusual circumstances exist. If a teacher workday is scheduled, then the decision on practices and games will

Welcome To The Home For St. Stephens Sports

Fall sports are around the corner and this year the Indians will feature an online presence that will cover our schools athletic programs like never before. Stay tuned for more details and exciting news!