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The East Lincoln Lady Falcons beat West Lincoln 12-3 in middle school softball Monday.
Leading hitters for East Lincoln were Peyton Honeycutt with three singles, Racquel Cooke with a single and a triple and Lindsey Wright with two doubles and a single.
Sara Martin had a double, Taylor Gaggio had two singles. Kelcey Ally chipped in with a single in the win.

Lincolnton volleyball
The Lincolnton Lady Wolves beat Bessemer City 3-0;25-4, 25-4, 25-5 in volleyball Tuesday.
Hannah Parker had 15 points, two aces and one kill. Kendal Bradley had 12 points, three aces and one assist. Jessie Cline had 12 points and one kill.
Kim Zuniga had 10 points, while Charlotte Clark had six points in the win.
Charity Hamilton had one kill and one assist. Brittney Nicholson had one kill.
Three JV players played varsity and contributed to the team’s victory.
Brittney Morrow had nine points and three aces and Rachel Lanier had eight points and one assist. Morgan Wolf scored one point.
Lincolnton is now 4-4, 2-3 in the Southern Piedmont 1A/2A.

North Lincoln volleyball
The North Lincoln Knights beat Cherryville in both JV and varsity action Tuesday night.
The varsity won 3-0;25-5, 25-11, 27-25. Chasity Morgan led the way with eight kills, six aces and one dig.
Kathryn Thorne had four kills, two blocks, one assist and one dig. Kristy Comstock had six assists and one ace, while Jenny Boyle had four assists, two kills and four aces.
The JV Lady Knights won 2-0;25-11, 25-15. Ashley Thackeray paced her team with four kills, four aces, one block and one dig. Annalise Farris had four aces and two assists, while Taylor Ewing had two blocks and two aces.
The JV improves to 5-4 and remains undefeated in the Southern Piedmont at 4-0. The varsity raises its record to 3-7, 3-2 SP 1A/2A.
North Lincoln beat Highland Tech in both JV and varsity competition last Thursday.
The varsity won 3-0; 25-7, 25-12, 25-18. The JV won 2-0; 25-5, 25-3.

Lincolnton tennis
The Lincolnton Lady Wolves’ tennis team beat East Gaston 9-0 Monday.
Shelley Stevens, Angela Graham, Betty Royster, Lauren Fortkort, Sheldon McCurry and Natalie Wiseman all scored singles wins.
Stevens/Graham, Fortkort/McCurry and Royster/Wiseman won in doubles.
Margaret Poston scored a 10-8 win in exhibition play.
Lincolnton improves its overall record to 4-2.

Lincolnton soccer
Last Wednesday, Lincolnton beat Bandys 5-0 after taking a one-goal advantage into the half.
Forty minutes into the game, Lincolnton netted another one. Two minutes after that, the Wolves scored their third goal of the game.
Michael Montes, Brett Jarrett, Rodrigo Vargas, Pablo Esquivez and Marco Garita each scored for the Wolves, as they improve to 4-0 on the season.
Lincolnton has a home match today at 5 p.m.
Lincolnton beat East Gaston recently 2-1. The Warriors scored a goal just before the half via a corner-kick.
Marco Garita and Angelo Quezada were responsible for Lincolnton’s goals, as the team had 13 shots on goal compared to five for East Gaston.

Katrina fishing fundraiser
Mooresville’s Alfred Kiesling Jr. and Master Sgt. Rick Dunston from Lexington took first place in the first Katrina Shootout at Lake Norman Friday night.
The pair reeled in 10.15 pounds to win the event. Conover’s Anthony Williams and Roger Griffen of Statesville came in second at 8.70 pounds.
The Big Fish Award went to Lincolnton’s Larry Houser with a 3.85 pound largemouth.

Lake Lookout runner-up
In the Foothills Marine Bassmasters’ Club Tournament at Lake Lookout, Maiden’s David Drum finished second with a three fish totaling 5 pounds 6 oz.
He also caught the biggest fish, which weighed three pounds and 15 oz.
by John Mark Brooks

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