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Cavaliers rout Wolves

The Lincolnton Wolves faced the No. 2 team in the state Tuesday night in the East Rutherford Cavaliers. The result was a 79-45 drubbing.
Given the Cavaliers are now 15-0 on the season; the Wolves shouldn’t be too dismayed. Lincolnton head coach Bob Cowie was pleased with his team’s effort.
“We played hard, but we also found out why they’re the No. 2 ranked team in the state. They beat us in all phases of the game,” he said.
P.J. Hamright led Lincolnton with 10 points.
The Wolves fall to 6-10 and 4-3 in the Midwest 2A. They will host Newton-Conover on Friday.

West Lincoln
Martin Turbeville’s 27 points helped Bunker Hill beat West Lincoln 63-53 Tuesday.
“He’s a real strong kid and creates a lot of space around the block. He has the skill to finish down there as well,” Rebels’ head coach Chad Wright said.
“We played hard and were competitive. I’m proud of that; we didn’t last week,” Wright added.
Bunker Hill 10 14 17 22-63
West Lincoln 6 8 23 16-53
BEARS: Miller 7, Brown 6, Martin Turbeville 27, Patterson 9, Jordan Kaylor 12, Patterson 1, Williams 2.
REBELS: Ben Poole 11, Taylor Woodie 14, Daniel Payseur 3, Josh Fisher 3, Gene Arp 2, Ryan Huffman 20.

The North Lincoln men finished second last Friday in a swim meet at Isothermal Community College.
Shelby, RS Central and Highland Tech were the other teams at the meet. The Lions finished first on the men’s side.
The 200-yd individual medley relay team of Collin Murdock, Mark Lambert, Matt Roseman, and Sean Bertran finished second while the 200-yd freestyle relay team of Murdock, Roseman, Bertran, and Colby Jackson finished third.
Other young men who scored points for the team were: Lambert, Jackson, and Evan Ng in the 200-yd Freestyle; Kyle Wilkinson and Aaron Ng in the 200-yd individual medley; Bertran in the 50-yd freestyle; Jordan Geer in the 100-yd butterfly; Bertran and Murdock in the 100-yd freestyle; Jackson, Jesse Dick, and Matt Williamson in the 500-yd freestyle; Lambert, Matthew Wentworth, and Jesse Dick in the 100-yd backstroke; Wilkinson, Roseman, and Williamson in the 100-yd breaststroke.
North Lincoln’s women finished third behind RS Central and Shelby.
Kelsey Lee, who previously qualified for the state meet in two relay events, added qualifying times in both the 100-yard butterfly (second place) and 100-yard backstroke (fourth place) events.
Sara Edwards, who also previously qualified in two relays and the 50-yard freestyle, added the 100-yard backstroke to her state qualifying times and a second place finish in the event.
Other young ladies scoring points for the Lady Knight swimmers were: Becky Duggan and Ellen Bunzey in the 200 yard Freestyle, Nicole Baxter and Rachel Blackwelder in the 200-yd individual medley, Edwards in the 50-yd freestyle, Baxter and Lisa Haag in the 100-yd freestyle, Bunzey in the 500-yd freestyle, Jenny Boyle in the 100-yd backstroke, Nickele Gates and Lauren Blackwelder in the 100-yd breaststroke, and relay teams consisting of the above mentioned swimmers, along with Samantha Philemon and May Eisner.
Coaches Libby Fletcher and Missy Wilkinson were very pleased with the team’s performance. The next meet will be at Shelby High School on Wednesday night at 6 p.m.by John Mark Brooks

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