For a team that won just one Northwestern 3A/4A Conference game, the McDowell Titans did about as well as they could have hoped in all-conference voting by the league’s football coaches.
The McDowell Titans wrestling team turned in a solid performance in its first individual tournament of the season, placing fourth in a 17-team field at the Dekota Smith Invitational at South Caldwell last weekend.
In the last couple of years, Mars Hill University has signed McDowell High athletes in a variety of sports, including basketball, football, golf and swimming.
This time one year ago, the founders of Big League Camp had a concept and a vision as to what they wanted to bring to McDowell County.
Most seasons, McDowell Titan head wrestling coach Tim Hutchins spends a good portion of the team’s early practices teaching basic fundamentals.
MORGANTON – The McDowell Titans junior varsity football team ended the 2017 season on Thursday night, losing 14-7 to the Freedom Patriots in a defensive battle along the banks of the majestic Catawba River in Morganton.
The 2017 Foothills Conference middle school football season came to an end this week and here’s a recap of the gridiron action here locally:
The McDowell Titans have endured a tremendous amount of adversity this season. But they kept working hard in practice, buoyed by a promise from their head coach that good things would eventually happen.
The 2017 soccer season is quickly winding down for the McDowell Titans. In Tuesday’s senior night contest, the Titans fought hard but the West Caldwell Warriors edged out McDowell late, winning 3-2 at Titan Stadium.
The seventh-seeded McDowell Lady Titans’ volleyball season came to an end Tuesday night, as they lost in three sets to tenth-seed Mallard Creek in the second round of the 4A State volleyball playoffs.
The McDowell Lady Titans thought their tennis season had come to an end after the Northwestern 3A/4A Conference tournament, but top seed Paige Shaw wasn’t quite finished.