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Lincolnton left seeing Grey, fall 9-1

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After falling to Bessemer City on Tuesday, the Mustangs of East Lincoln knew how important it was for them to win their final three Southern Piedmont games. Riding solid pitching from sophomore Jesse Guice and receiving a huge night from senior leader Greyson Schram, they downed Lincolnton 9-1 Friday night.…

Ironmen still tied for first

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PUMPKIN CENTER–It was a moment in North Lincoln baseball history that was both celebration and disappointment all rolled into one. The Knights played their first home game under the lights Friday night, but a 4-2 loss to visiting Cherryville cast a dark shadow on the team`s state playoff hopes. North…

Copperheads win

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The Carolina Copperheads 10U based in Lincolnton won the USSSA Easter Championships held recently. This 8-team tournament brought teams from all over the Charlotte metro area to play at George Poston Park in Lowell and Martha Rivers Park in Gastonia. Our first game Friday night was against the Queen City…

Sports Briefs

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Softball Tourney There will be a SSAA Qualifier Tournament presented by Hooters of Gastonia/SSO/Rush Energy Drink will have a three-game guaranteed softball tournament for D and E teams this Saturday at Ferguson Park in Gastonia. The entry fee is $165 per team. Hooters of Gastonia will hold its annual benefit…

Lady Knights take SP Crown

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Despite back-to-back third place finishes in the N.C. Softball Final Four, there was one thing the Lady Knights of North Lincoln had never done — win a conference championship and sweep Cherryville. With a 9-7 victory over the Lady Ironmen Thursday night, both things changed as the Lady Knights head…

Mustangs odds-on favorite to take SP title

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Lonnie Custer will return to North Lincoln Wednesday in hopes of leading the East Lincoln Mustangs to a Southern Piedmont championship. Looking at the Mustangs, while it’s not a forgone conclusion, it’s a pretty safe bet, as arguably no team in the conference has such a well-rounded group. Jumpers, distance…

Unquestioned leader

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Ask anybody associated with West Lincoln baseball who the leader of the team is and the answer will be the same — Paul Finger. When most people think of leading, they think of someone who will vocally lead, but Finger leads by example. “Paul is not very vocal. He plays…

Sports Briefs

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Post 455 signups American Legion Post 455 will have signups this Sunday at two separate locations. From 4-5 p.m., signups will be held at the East Lincoln Optimist Clubhouse and at 5:30-6:30 p.m. registration will be held at Boger City Fire Department. A-Team players can not turn 19 prior to…

Sports Roundup

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Wolves down Lincolnton Lincolnton (1-11, 1-4) picked up its first win of the tennis season over Cherryville 5-4 Monday. Adil Huselja, Fernando Sunsing and Colby Rash scored singles wins for the Wolves, while Montgomery Fortenberry, Logan Stewart and Matt McFee notched victories for the Ironmen. The doubles tandem of Huselja…

Sports Briefs

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Special Olympics Special Olympics of Lincoln County will hold their annual Spring Games on Friday, April 28 at Lincolnton High School’s Stadium. Opening ceremonies will begin at 9:30 a.m. and will include Special Olympians from across Lincoln County, who will compete in track and field events: wheelchair races, running, walking,…