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LHS passes on sale Lincolnton High School is selling football and all-sport passes. Football season passes are $20 while all-sport passes are $75. Passes can be purchased at The Drug Store in Lincolnton or at Kate McCall. For more information call (704) 735-5003. Pop Warner Sign-ups Lincoln County Pop Warner…

2009 season kicks off tonight

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West Lincoln head coach Mark Latham (right) talk with his team after a recent practice. The Rebels will look to start their season off with a win against West Wilkes. Seth Mabry / LTN Photo Friday is here and that can only mean one thing. High school football kicks off…

Heavner earns second victory from Myrtle Beach

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2009 Lincoln Country Club Match Play Championship

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Roundup

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Soccer Mustangs lose three straight The East Lincoln Mustangs moved to 0-3 on the season with a 1-0 lost to West Iredell on Wednesday and then a 6-3 lost to No. 9 ranked South Iredell. The JV team also was defeated as they lost 2-0 on Wednesday. East Lincoln will…

Sports Briefs

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Pop Warner Sign-ups Lincoln County Pop Warner football and cheerleading are still having signups every night at the Pumpkin Center Intermediate School. The 5-and 6-year-old teams have openings on that team It is purely instructional with coaches on the field at all times. We are accepting transfers from other organizations.…

East falls 5-0 to begin season

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DENVER — While Friday marks the 2009 high school football season Monday marked the beginning of the East Lincoln Mustangs futbol (soccer) campaign. It wasn’t a very good start for the Mustangs, who earned several votes as one of the top 15 2A teams in the state of North Carolina,…

Roundup

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Basketball/Track & Field Hickory — The Lenoir-Rhyne University Men’s Basketball Team and Head Coach John Lentz signed Spenser Sydney for the 2009-10 season. Sydney, a native of Lincolnton, N.C., played prep basketball at East Lincoln High School where he averaged 13 points, four rebounds and three assists en route to…

Get your football fill this upcoming season

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High School football will kickoff Friday and with it comes another exciting season for Lincoln County faithful fans. In today’s edition you’ll find the 2009 high school football tab filled with stories, pictures, rosters, schedules and everything you need to know about your team this season. The Lincoln Times-News will…

Last preparations begin

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Lincolnton head coach Scott Cloninger perhaps gave the best and most honest answer as to how his team looked after its scrimmage Friday. “It was kind of like that Clint Eastwood movie… The good, bad and ugly,” he said. “There were some good things, some bad things and at times…