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37-pound whopper!

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Sports Briefs

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NLHS softball camp North Lincoln High School will be having a softball camp July 14-18 from 9-11 a.m. for rising sixth through ninth-graders. The cost is $50 if paid before the camp and $60 day of camp. Registration forms located at North Lincoln High or online at North Lincoln’s webpage,…

Watts, Post 100 win pitchers duel

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CHERRYVILLE — Jake Watts and the Cherryville Post 100 American Legion baseball team came out on the winning side of 3-1 pitchers duel against rival Denver Post 455 Tuesday at John L. Buck Fraley Field. “It wasn’t one of our vintage outings but we got a good outing from Jake…

Camp teaches hard work

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Sometimes it’s said that players and coaches take sports too seriously, but assistant head basketball coach Chip Ashley doesn’t believe that’s the case at the 13th annual East Lincoln Mustang boys basketball camp. Ashley is hoping that he can show his campers the “fun” in fundamentals as they learn the…

East Coast Champs

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Pirates plunder championship

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Storming to greatness

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Sports Briefs

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WL Optimist football The West Lincoln Optimist football team is signing up 7-12-year-olds beginning today, Wednesday July 14, July 16 and July 26 from 6-7:30 p.m. weekdays & 9 a.m.- Noon Saturday, July 26th The cost is $50. The West Lincoln Optimist Football Camp will be today and July 14…

Rivals collide in Legion playoffs

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HICKORY — Even though Cherryville and Denver have met twice this season in American Legion baseball, Post 100 coach Bobby Reynolds has yet to see Post 455 play. But that will all change Tuesday night when Cherryville opens the Area IV playoffs by hosting Denver in game one of a…

Shelby 10, Denver 4

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SHELBY — Shelby Post 82 had two big innings against the Denver Post 455 American Legion baseball team in its 10-4 victory Saturday. Post 82 got on the board first with five runs in the second on four hits, a walk and an error. However, Denver (5-19, 4-12) responded with…