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Rebels hold off Fred T. Foard


Dalton Brooks scored on a sweep and Blake Brown caught a 23-yard touchdown pass to help West Lincoln’s junior varsity football team top Fred T. Foard 14-13 at home on Thursday.
The Rebels (2-1) were led defensively by Zane Peterson, Julian Brown, Jake Clary, Joe Hoodlee, Tyler Putnam, Brett Potter and Hunter Church. Noah Marsh, who threw the TD pass, had an interception.
West Lincoln’s offensive line was led by Matt Poteat.

EAST LINCOLN 14, FORESTVIEW 12: At East Lincoln, the Mustangs improved to 3-0 with their win over the Jaguars.
Nick Quigley scored on a TD pass from Chris Cox, and Sammie Cunningham added a TD run.
EAST GASTON 14, LINCOLNTON 7: At East Gaston, the Warriors handed the Wolves their first loss of the season as they dropped to 2-1.
Lincolnton’s TD was scored by Quentin Hill-Jones on a pass from Alex Rhyne.


ROSEBORO RECEIVES OFFER FROM WAKE FOREST: Lincolnton junior Darian Roseboro, who’s being heavily recruited as a defensive end, received a formal scholarship offer from the Demon Deacons, Rivals.com said on Twitter late Wednesday evening.
The offer is the second Division I offer Roseboro has received in as many weeks. He was offered by Ohio State on Sept. 1.


LINCOLN CHARTER 8, CHALLENGER 0: At Lincoln Charter, the Eagles had 28 shots on goal and allowed only six in the blowout win on Thursday.
Cory Martin scored two goals and Daniel Moore, Danny Aguilar, Malakai Partridge, Dakota Kuczenski, Ryan Ellis and Mattie Groff had a goal each. Groff, Partridge, Kuczenski, Josh Watson, Blake Artavia and Caylon Nagy had an assist each. Isaiah Smith and Kameron Reynolds combined in the shutout.
Lincoln Charter (5-2) hosts Highland Tech on Thursday.


WEST LINCOLN 3, WEST CALDWELL 2: At West Caldwell, the Rebels picked up a Southern District 7 Athletic 2A Conference win 25-18, 20-25, 19-25, 27-25, 17-15.
West Lincoln had a total of 19 aces, 19 good serves, 27 kills and seven blocks. Its JV team won 25-14, 25-18 to improve to 6-4 overall and 4-2 in the conference. It had 12 kills, 13 aces and 26 good serves.
The Rebels (2-8, 2-4) host Newton-Conover on Tuesday.
BESSEMER CITY 3, LINCOLN CHARTER 2: At Lincoln Charter, the Eagles fell in a Southern Piedmont 1A Conference game 25-11, 11-25, 14-25, 25-19, 8-15 on Tuesday.
Hunter Mullis had nine assists and 12 digs, Madi NeeSmith had nine kills and Haley Hubeli had 11 digs. Lincoln Charter’s JV team won 25-18, 25-12 to improve to 4-1. Miranda Heller had five aces, Madeline Hare had nine aces and four kills, Lindsey Osborne had seven digs and Heather Hubeli had four digs and two aces.
The Eagles (5-2) host Davidson Country Day on Tuesday.


NL FINISHES FIFTH IN NP3A/4A MATCH: At Statesville Country Club, the Knights shot a 149 to finish fifth in a North Piedmont 3A/4A Conference match on Wednesday. Alexander Central won the match with a 126, followed by Lake Norman (135), South Iredell (140), Mooresville (144), North Lincoln, North Iredell (164), West Iredell (164) and Statesville (176).
Placing for North Lincoln was Mary Prunier (47), Karleigh Morrison (50) and Grace Clarke (52). Callie Oakes shot a 56 and Abbey Stilwell shot a 61 for the Knights.


NL BOYS, GIRLS WIN CHAMPIONSHIPS: North Lincoln’s boys and girls cross country teams won the Statesville Invitational meet at MacAlpine Park on Tuesday. Its boys scored a 53 and finished ahead of Lake Norman (72) and Mooresville (116). Its girls scored a 50 and finished ahead of Lake Norman (54) and Northwest Cabarrus (87).
Allie Castro won the girls race, finishing in 19:21. North Lincoln’s top five girls all finished in the top 22 of the race –– Caitlin Potter (fourth), Madison Lynch (10th), Madeline Sides (13th), Jordyn Connell (22nd), Blake Anderson (39th) and Tori Scott (42nd).
Lake Norman’s Patrick Sheenan won the boys race in 15:58. North Lincoln’s top finisher was Andrew Fea, who finished second at 16:21. He was followed by teammates Ryan Shannon (fifth), Zach Wesson (13th), Riley Jones (16th) and Lee Johnson (17th).
The girls race featured 17 teams and 124 runners while the boys was 21 teams and 143 runners.

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