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Basketball Draughn 53, Rebels 52 The West Lincoln men’s basketball team (5-19, 2-14) lost to Draughn High School 52-53 on Saturday afternoon. West Lincoln led by a score of 28-24 at halftime and led for much of the second half until Draughn made four 3-pointers late in the third quarter…

Sports Briefs

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Baseball/Softball Camp The Lincoln County Recreation Department along with American Legion baseball Denver Post 455 will be having a baseball and softball camp for children ages 8-12 years old at the East Lincoln Community Center. The camp will be February 22 and March 1. The instructional staff will include Bruce…

Rebels win Regional title

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VALE — Perhaps the third time is the charm for the West Lincoln Rebels wrestling team, which captured its third-ever 1A/2A Midwestern regional title on Saturday. “We had a good weekend and everyone wrestled hard,” West Lincoln head coach Butch Ross said. “All 12 kids scored some points and it…

Mustangs sweep rival on Senior Night

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The Mustangs closed out the regular season in grand fashion Friday night with a 65-41 victory over rival North Lincoln. Keith Rendleman scored a game high 20 points, pulled down 13 rebounds and had six blocked shots on senior night at East Lincoln. The Mustangs got off to their usual…

‘Think Pink’ for awareness

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LINCOLNTON — Heart. It’s the one thing coaches can’t teach and the one thing they stress is important to players both on and off the court. As the Lincolnton varsity basketball teams take on rival West Lincoln today, the game will have more meaning than the final score between the…

Fantastic Four headline history

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LINCOLN COUNTY — Every year it seems that a special athlete comes around and makes us say “WOW!” This year has been an historic year in Lincoln County for four special young ladies. West Lincoln’s Kayda Caldwell and Beth Pittman, East Lincoln’s Lindsy Wright and North Lincoln’s Ashley Thackeray have…

Strupp, Perry moving on

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DENVER — East Lincoln seniors Jason Perry and Brandon Strupp signed to letters of intent Wednesday to play football in college next year. “I’m proud of those kids,” said East Lincoln head coach Mike Byus. “Both are fine kids who are going to represent our school well and their respective…

Rebels host regional meet

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VALE — The West Lincoln Rebels wrestling team will host this year’s Midwest 1A/2A individual wrestling tournament beginning 5:30 p.m. Friday and picking up again at 10 a.m. Saturday. “It’s real tough competition; probably the toughest 1A and 2A wrestlers in the region will compete,” West Lincoln head coach Butch…

Local bowler done in USBC Masters after second round

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Lincolnton’s own John May was knocked out of the 2009 United States Bowling Congress Masters second round in the losers bracket on Thursday when he was defeated by 35th ranked Charlie Bruno of Deptford, N.J. May was ranked 13th going into the USBC Masters and led seeding wise after Day…

Sports Roundup

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Basketball Varsity girls CSCL 38, Lady Eagles 32 The Lincoln Charter Lady Eagles were defeated by CSCL Tuesday night 38-32. High scorer was Amy Barbagli with 11 points. The Ladies Eagles finished the conference season with a record of 8-2 and will play Monday in the semi-finals of the Piedmont…