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Mustangs blow out Wolves

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East Lincoln’s Garrett Young (left) defends against Lincolnton’s Ketawan Ingram in the Mustangs’ win over the Wolves on Friday.

Surratt scores 24 for E. Lincoln in win over Lincolnton

MICHAEL GEBELEIN
Sports Editor

DENVER — The Lincolnton Wolves boys varsity basketball team appeared poised to play a close game against the East Lincoln Mustangs after going into the halftime break facing a 25-21 deficit on Friday.
But shots stopped falling for the Wolves in the second half and the Mustangs pulled ahead for a 74-46 win in Southern Piedmont 1A/2A Conference play.
East Lincoln freshman Chazz Surratt piled on 24 points with 15 rebounds and seven assists. The Mustangs (15-6, 8-4) placed two other players in double figures — junior Domonique Smith scored 12 points and senior Tyler Brock added 11 points.
Colby Pridmore led the way for Lincolnton (10-10, 6-6) with 11 points.
The Mustangs won the battle of the free throw line, making 15 of 22 attempts while Lincolnton mustered nine of 14 attempts.
The teams played to a 14-12 East Lincoln lead at the end of the first quarter. Lincolnton’s Alonzo Mobley added a free throw on a technical foul called against East Lincoln before the start of the game and Ketawan Ingram banked in a layup to give the Wolves a 3-0 lead.
But Brock knocked down a 3-pointer to tie the game moments later.
The Mustangs began to pull ahead at the end of the first half, and went on a 9-2 run in the final three minutes of the second quarter to take the lead at halftime.
East Lincoln held Lincolnton to eight third-quarter points and outscored the Wolves 26-17 in the fourth quarter.
East Lincoln recognized seniors Brock, Addison Parrish and Garrett Young before the game and honored head coach Neil Hodges, the winningest coach in school history.

 

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