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SP Golf match Cherryville shot a 322 to best Lincolnton (326), North Lincoln (330), South Iredell (346), West Lincoln (358), East Lincoln (366) and Highland Tech (374). Billy Cease shot a 68 to lead the Ironmen, while his teammate Steven Dellinger shot a 70. Morty Wadsworth shot a 76 to…

Chapter added to fierce rivalry

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In just three short years, North Lincoln and Cherryville have built quite a rivalry. That rivalry had another memorable chapter added to it Wednesday afternoon on the Lady Knights homefield. Boisterous and intense fans, from both sides, saw North Lincoln blow a 4-1 lead before coming back to win 8-7…

Once again the champs

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Ironmen complete comeback

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CHERRYVILLE–How did North Lincoln blow an 8-2 lead in the late innings with its ace, Josh Belk, on the mound? The Knights have to asking themselves that question after falling to Cherryville 11-10 in eight innings Tuesday night. The Ironmen added another chapter to their history of storied Fraley Field…

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Davis and Workman dominant West Lincoln beat Bessemer City 11-1 Tuesday night in five innings. Katie Davis struck out six as part of a complete game one-hitter. “She had a rough start, but then really found her rhythm and didn’t allow any more hits the rest of the way,” Lady…

Mustangs outlast Wolves 9-8

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To begin the season East Lincoln senior Greyson Schram felt like he was putting too much pressure on himself. He believed he could’ve been faring much better for the Mustangs, but his college decision was weighing heavily on his mind. After deciding on Concord University, Schram’s mind can re-focus on…

Vision realized by championship

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Former teammates square off When Cole Sigmon and David Craft were teammates at Wingate in the late 80’s, it’s doubtful either one thought they would coach against each other on the high school level. But that was exactly the case Saturday when Sigmon’s Lincolnton Wolves beat Craft’s Hickory Red Devils…

Guice dominates the Yellow Jackets

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Entering Saturday’s postponed game versus Bessemer City, Mustangs head coach Chris Matile had plenty of confidence in starting pitcher Jesse Guice. Turns out it was well-founded as the sophomore right-hander threw a complete game four-hitter, while striking out 11 Yellow Jackets in a 7-0 shutout. “It was a great performance.…