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Cloninger honored by Carolina Panthers

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LINCOLNTON — Scott Cloninger has been a fixture at Lincolnton (N.C.) High School for more than 30 years – first as a student, then as a teacher and now as the head football coach. For all of his hard work and dedication to his students, athletes, school and community, Cloninger…

Lions finish season strong

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The Lincoln Catawba Christian Academy ladies volleyball finished up its regular season, conference and tournament with a 15-1 season record on November 1. The Lions earned numerous awards this season. Holly Coffey, Jesse Longshore and Becca Poole earned first team all-conference while Laura Bronowicz, Katie Caldwell and Leah Stroud all…

Lions boys earn second place

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Pumpkin Center Panthers

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Sports Roundup

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Basketball Middle School The Lincoln Charter middle school boys’ basketball team won 50-32 over Southlake Christian Academy on Monday. Leading the way for the Eagles was David Scoggins with 16 points. Caleb Sadler added 11 points and Ryley Harbor had 10 in the win for Lincoln Charter. LC 38, Southlake…

Rebels will be young

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VALE — After splitting a co-conference championship last year with East Lincoln, West Lincoln Lady Rebels basketball team members are hoping they can win it out-right this season. But the road to victory may be more difficult than they think, said Tom Sain, West Lincoln varsity girls basketball coach. “Everyone’s…

Sports Roundup

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Basketball NL JV 46, BH 29 The North Lincoln junior varsity girls basketball team defeated Bunker Hill 46-29 on Friday. Leading scorers for Lady Knights were Lauren Armstrong and Sarah Barr with 13 each, Lacey Miller added 11. Kayla Williams was the defensive standout for North. North Lincoln (1-0) hosts…

Sports Briefs

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B-ball clinic with guest The Lincoln Charter School will hold a youth basketball clinic on Sundays in November from 6 to 7 p.m., for children ages 8 to 15. The cost of $75 will cover all five sessions. The clinic will feature North Carolina State University’s all-time leading scorer, Rodney…

Mustangs advance with win over Wolves

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Twice as nice: Mustangs advance

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The East Lincoln Mustangs proved they could beat an opponent twice as Lincolnton had done previously, On Friday the Mustangs knocked off the 2A state defending champs and county rival, Lincolnton, 24-7 at home to advance to the third round of the playoffs. But East Lincoln head coach Mike Byus…