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East downs Wolves 55-35

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DENVER — East Lincoln outscored Lincolnton in the final quarter coming away with a 55-35 win at home on Tuesday. East Lincoln senior Kendall Bethea led all scorers with 24 points, 7 rebounds, 2 steals and 2 blocks while Elliot Creed added 13 points (9 in the first half) and…

Sports Briefs

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Youth Spring Soccer The City of Lincolnton Parks and Recreation is currently accepting soccer registration for the 2010 Youth Spring Soccer League. Registration for the league will be held at the William Lentz Recreation Center at Betty G. Ross Park Monday-Friday between 8:30 a.m.-5 p.m. Interested players can also register…

Baxter’s board lifts North

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PUMPKIN CENTER — Players in the Southern Piedmont 1A/2A Conference might not want to underestimate North Lincoln junior Jill Baxter. She got mad and collected her team-leading seventh rebound on Friday which resulted in North Lincoln getting first place in the conference. “We were working hard on rebounding and boxing…

Wolves trounce Rebels

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LINCOLNTON — The Wolves cruised to a 70-35 victory over West Lincoln Friday night with balanced scoring and a very solid defensive effort. Sophomore guard Lorenzo Carter led all scorers with 16 points, and fellow sophomore Jonathan Sherrill added 15 as Lincolnton jumped out to a 20-point halftime advantage and…

Mustangs edge Knights

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PUMPKIN CENTER — The East Lincoln Mustangs got to the foul line when they needed to the most, and it propelled them to a 43-34 win over rival North Lincoln on Friday. “It was one of those old fashioned grind it out games, not a whole lot of scoring, not…

Harrill reaches 200-win mark

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CHERRYVILLE — Cherryville Ironmen head basketball coach Scott Harrill reached the 200th win for his career as his team celebrated a 74-62 victory over Highland Tech, Friday night. Harrill, a 1989 graduate of Cherryville High School, has only 60 losses in his 10-year career with the Ironmen. Harrill graduated from…

Sports Briefs

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Youth Spring Soccer The City of Lincolnton Parks and Recreation is currently accepting soccer registration for the 2010 Youth Spring Soccer League. Registration for the league will be held at the William Lentz Recreation Center at Betty G. Ross Park Monday-Friday between 8:30 a.m.-5 p.m. Interested players can also register…

Rivals collide for first place

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LEFT: East Lincoln senior Lindsy Wright (31) will likely be the focus of the Lady Mustangs offense as she leads the team in points and rebounds. Wright did not play the last time these two teams met in the semi-finals of the SPC tourney. RIGHT: North Lincoln senior Sydney Wilkinson…

This is why we don’t have nice things

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This is why we don’t have nice things. I love to say this phrase, because to me it’s so true. If you don’t understand what I mean, then let me try to explain. The phrase simply means that whenever something goes wrong, we — being society or you — don’t…

Canipe’s poise leads Lincoln Charter 42-41

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DENVER — It’s fairly common to see players throw up a 3-point prayer in the attempt to win the game with only seconds left in the game. On Wednesday, it happened to Lincoln Charter. With no time left on the clock, Lady Eagles freshman Mary Canipe attempted a 3-pointer and…