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Wolves’ tickets Lincolnton fans can reserve a seat on a chartered bus to watch the Wolves/Wilkes Central game. Please contact (704) 735- 3089. NL Basketball The North Lincoln basketball game scheduled for Friday night has been rescheduled for Wednesday, Dec. 5. Recreation hoops The city of Lincolnton Parks and Recreation…

Knight-time in Salisbury

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As the North Lincoln Knights take the field versus Salisbury tonight, they`ve put last week`s victory over Bandys to bed. While they were happy with the win, because it allowed them to advance, they feel there is more to accomplish than just winning the school`s first ever state playoff game.…

Benefit a success

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East Lincoln High School and Lake Norman High School completed their season-long fundraiser for the Hokie Spirit Memorial Fund this week. The young women and coaches from the two schools raised funds with pledges, t-shirts and gate receipts from the varsity match between the two schools on Saturday, Sept. 8.…

Hear them roar!

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Hear them roar!

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Lifting for a good cause

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Smith visits Chiefs

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Twelve-year old Taylor Renee Bolick took a leap of faith over the summer. Bolick, who was shopping in JC Penney, decided to enter the NFL Take a Player to School Contest. As Carolina Panthers’ star wide receiver Steve Smith stood in the West Lincoln Middle School gym Tuesday, it was…

Can East advance?

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The East Lincoln Mustangs were dominant Friday night in pulling off an upset in the first round of the 2A State Football Playoffs. Behind an awesome effort from their offensive line, the Mustangs (8-3) ran for 450 yards with senior Adrian Forney leading the way with 222 yards. This Friday,…

Rebels hand out the hardware at sports banquet

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The West Lincoln Rebels held their fall sports awards banquet Sunday afternoon. In football, Kevin Martin was the Offensive MVP, while the Defensive MVP was Eric Eason. The Unsung Hero Award went to Jason Nantz and the Coaches Award went to Ian Sculthorpe. Rookie of the Year for the Rebels…

Big year for Ironmen?

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Cherryville High opens the 2007-08 basketball season Thursday night at Nixon Gym against North Gaston. The girls game will get underway around 6:30, with the boys varsity game to follow. The opener marks the coaching debut of new Cherryville girls coach Donna Lavery, who was named to succeed Alan Mauldin…