Tag Archives: Ledford

3A basketbal playoffs

North Forsyth at Concord

Ledford at Jay M. Robinson

Other Cabarrus boys teams in 3A playoffs
Hickory Ridge at Cuthbertson
Asheville at Cox Mill
Northwest Cabarrus at North Henderson
Central Cabarrus at Weddington
2A Playoffs
Mount Pleasant at Forest Hills
Cabarrus girls in the playoffs

Concord at North Iredell

Jay M. Robinson at West Rowan

Southwestern Randolph at Hickory Ridge

concord spiders

Nov. 13: Playoff tripleheader

Sun Valley at Concord

Ledford at Hickory Ridge

Mount Pleasant at Lake Norman Charter

Other games
A.L. Brown at Ronald Reagan
Central Cabarrus at South Iredell
Jay M. Robinson at Marvin Ridge
Cannon at Ravenscroft
cfa Academy at Wake Christian
concord robinson screen shot

Six local teams advance, North Cabarrus renamed for Vietnam veterans

Tuscola at Concord

East Rutherford at Mount Pleasant

Concord 49, Tuscola 7
(#15) East Rowan 50, (#2) Freedom 49
Hickory Ridge 26, Ledford 7
Asheville 63, Central Cabarrus 28
Cox Mill 44, North Forsyth 41 (2OT)
Mount Pleasant 20, East Rutherford 19 (Mount was down 19-7 in 4th quarter)
Ronald Reagan 50, Kannapolis 42 (Wonders end 6-6, 36 season streak of winning records ends)
West Rowan 40, North Buncombe 7

Independent Tribune weekly interviews
Cabarrus County is renaming North Cabarrus  Park to honor Vietnam Vets.
Cabarrus County is renaming North Cabarrus Park to honor Vietnam Vets.

Cabarrus County, with the support of the Cabarrus County Veterans Coalition, invite the public to the dedication of Vietnam Veterans Park on Saturday, November 15, at 10:30 a.m.

Program includes reading of names of fallen Vietnam soldiers; presentation of U.S. flag that will hang over the park; presentation of the park; and special presentations by North Carolina Division of Veterans Affairs Director Ilario Pantano, and Bronze Star award recipient and retired war and foreign correspondent Joe Galloway.
Parking information
Park-and-ride available at the Church of God Children’s Home, 3485 Orphanage Circle, Concord, NC 28027.
Here is an Independent Tribune story by Michael Knox about the event and speakers: