The 2017-18 season for the West Stanly men’s basketball team has been one of streaks.After starting the season 0-4, West won five of the team’s next six games, then lost three in a row to go back under the .500 mark, but the Colts responded with three wins a row to even the team’s record.West Stanly finally went over the .500 mark for the first time in the season with the team’s fourth win in a row Jan. 19 in an 82-57 Rocky River Conference road win over Anson County.
Jan. 25First Presbyterian Church of Norwood will have a Poor Man’s Supper from 4-7 p.m. Pintos, slaw, potatoes, side meat, cornbread and dessert will be available for eat-in, take-out or drive-thru.This supports missions for women’s work. Call the church for tickets and information at (704) 474-5392.Jan. 28Norwood Church of the Nazarene, 424 Flynn Rd., will host a chili/soup cook-off at 5 p.m. Bring your favorite soup or chili to share. A $5 fee for all entries that wish to be judged.
The Pfeiffer University men’s basketball 1,000-point club has 35 names on it but just one whom is still actively playing for the Falcons.He stands 5-foot, 10-inches tall, but his play and his heart have been immeasurable this season for a Pfeiffer team which has won all 11 games on the schedule and outscored opponents on average by just over 40 points a game.Josh Calhoun, who played his high school basketball at Richmond Senior in Rockingham, is one of three seniors on the team and has...
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