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Wildcats beat the Chiefs

The Lincolnton Wildcats fought off a resilient West Lincoln Chiefs team to win 34-18 on Wednesday.
The Wildcats once again were led by running back Jonathan Ingram who has more than filled C.J. Wilson’s shoes.
Ingram rushed for 210 yards against the Chiefs bringing his season total to over 1,000 yards. Ingram had 50 plus jaunts to go along with a 12-yarder making his season total 14.
Wildcats’ quarterback Tripp Crisson ran in a touchdown and connected with Jimmy Angle for a 25-yard score. Ingram and Caleb Lail had two-point conversions.
Josh Friday, Tevin Avery, Chris Melton, Daniel Eaker, Marcial Cordero, Jordan Abee and Michael Dellinger were cited by Lincolnton’s head coach Mike Devine for solid blocking.
Defensively, Ingram intecepted a pass. Rashad Thompson also had an interception.
Devine gave credit to the Chiefs who competed the whole way through.
“Both teams played extremely hard. West is one of those never-say-die teams. They never quit playing and are a well-coached group. We had to play well offensively, to win the game,” he said.
The Wildcats improve to 5-1 on the season with a 4-0 Tri-County Conference mark. The Chiefs remain winless.
by John Mark Brooks

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