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Golf Tobey advances to state East Lincoln sophomore Mattie Tobey shot an 81 and placed fifth out of 95 players Tuesday at the 2A West regional golf tournament. She will go on to play in the state tournament in Pinehurst next Monday and Tuesday. Tobey was the only Lincoln County…

Local travel team wins tournament

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JV Wolves win conference title

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The Lincolnton junior varsity volleyball team continues to have great success. The future is bright for these young ladies and the varsity team will have something to look forward to for years to come if the recent results continue. Last Wednesday, the JV Wolves captured their second consecutive Southern Piedmont…

North defeats West 3-1

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PUMPKIN CENTER — Both the North Lincoln Knights and West Lincoln Rebels varsity soccer teams have improved as the two met at North Lincoln High School Monday. The Knights came away with a 3-1 victory. “I think we’re very close to being where we want to be, but the little…

Defense prevails in critical games down the stretch

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Defense was the name of the game for all four Lincoln County teams last Friday night; however, some were on the positive side of the defensive performance while others were not. Southern Piedmont Conference leader, East Lincoln (8-1, 4-0), shut out Bessemer City 40-0 at home Friday. The Mustangs only…

Knights nipped 6-0

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They had to deal with poor conditions, injuries and an ailing offense, but North Lincoln head coach Matt Beam and the Knights aren’t making excuses for their 6-0 loss to non-conference opponent Northern Guilford last Friday. “This was a type of game and caliber of team that you’re going to…

Lady Eagles finish second

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DENVER — The Lincoln Charter High School volleyball team finished second in its first year in the new Piedmont Athletic Conference and second in the conference tournament. The Lady Eagles (12-7, 10-4) will only lose three seniors next year, including two starters. Seniors are Brittany Berryhill and twin sisters Brittany…

Wolves run by Rebels 43-6

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The Lincolnton Wolves showed no ill effects in any part of their game from a two-week layover and defeated rival West Lincoln 43-6 at home Friday. “I was happy with the level of intensity we brought to the game,” Lincolnton head coach Scott Cloninger said. “It was a rainy, sloppy…

Mustangs gallop atop SPC

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DENVER — East Lincoln’s starting to run away with the Southern Piedmont 1A/2A Conference. The first-place Mustangs put the meat of their conference schedule behind them Friday, easily dispatching Bessemer City 40-0. “Our defensive coaches really work hard and our kids work hard at what they do,” East Lincoln head…

Dark night for Knights

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