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Dellinger reels in nice catch from Lake Norman

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Burke evens series with shutout

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MORGANTON — Corey Rhoney pitched a complete game shutout as Burke County defeated Cherryville Post 100 2-0 Sunday night at Shuey Field in Morganton. Burke County Post 21 scored both of their runs in the first inning when Rhoney’s RBI single scored Josh Huskins with the first run, and Tre…

10-and-under CV Storm are NC State NSA Champions

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Twist and Tuck Power Tumbling team finishes well

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Sports Roundup

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Fishing Locals finish second, third Doug Easton from Huntersville and Richard Outlaw of Concord won last Friday’s Fishin’Friends Series Team bass tournament on Lake Norman. The team had a five-fish limit weighing 15.89 pounds. In second place was the team of Scott Beatty and Joe Nunn from Lincolnton with 13.89…

Sports Briefs

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Football & Cheerleading On Saturday, July 18 the Lincoln County Pirates Pop Warner Football and Cheerleading are having signups for ages five through 13 at the Lincolnton Wal-Mart. The price is $55 dollars. For more information contact Marty Houser at (704) 460-6796 or Roger Smith at (704) 276-0452. WL V-ball…

Local girl earns tumbling honors

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Tryon All-Stars earn runner-up at state tournament

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Sports Briefs

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WL V-ball workouts West Lincoln High School Volleyball summer workouts will begin on Tuesday, July 14 from 9-11 a.m. in the old gym. This is for both JV and varsity girls. Workouts will also be held on Wednesday and Thursday at the same time. Players wanted for team A local…

Post 100 advances to semifinals

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GRANITE FALLS — Adam Benfield pitched another masterpiece Thursday night as Cherryville Post 100 wrapped up a second round best-of-five series with a 3-2 victory over Caldwell County Post 29 at M.S. Deal Stadium in Granite Falls. Benfield, who picked up the save in Wednesday night’s game three, pitched a…