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Miller excels on the mound

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It should come as no surprise Tripp Miller is mentally tough on the diamond. After all, he was a linebacker last winter for North Lincoln’s football team that advanced to the third round of the 2A state playoffs. Although Miller’s only pitched two years in his baseball career, and has…

Lady Wolves beat rival in extras

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The Lincolnton Lady Wolves softball team finally got to play a game. In fact they got to play two, but one was in the rain. The Lady Wolves knocked off rival North Lincoln 9-8 Friday in extra innings and then turned around to defeat Hunter Huss 8-4 for back-to-back wins.…

Lincolnton gets 2-0 home win

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Perhaps the Lincolnton Lady Wolves soccer team needs to play in bad weather all the time or perhaps it’s the fact they’re playing better. Either way head coach Ian Meeks said he is proud of the way the team has been playing over the last three conference games he said…

Tournament Champions!

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Sports Briefs

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EL Baseball Camp Chris Matile is holding the East Lincoln Mustangs’ Children Baseball Camp Saturday from noon – 3 p.m. The camp, which was originally scheduled for last Saturday but due to inclement weather was moved, is for kids ages 5-12 with the cost being $30. Matile, along with his…

Final Four fever hits throughout Lincolnton

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As the North Carolina Tar Heels get set to face Kansas tomorrow for their shot at the national championship against UCLA/Memphis one of the following can be assured: Duke fans are crying and counting the days till next season, possibly thinking about becoming Davidson fans. Davidson fans are ranting and…

Sports Roundup

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West Lincoln blanked Lincoln County rival Lincolnton Josh Tallent, Cameron Chaple, Zack Surbeck, Tyler Colvard, In Scurlthorpe and Pressley Short all came away with victories in singles’ play for the Rebels. In doubles, Chaple/Tallent, Surbeck/Colvard and Sculthorpe/Short won their matches. Lincolnton falls to 2-7 overall and 0-3 in the Southern…

Sports Briefs

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Mustangs’ Baseball Camp Saturday Chris Matile is holding the East Lincoln Mustangs’ Children Baseball Camp Saturday from 11 a.m. – 2 p.m. The camp is for kids ages 5-12 with the cost being $30. Matile, along with his staff and possibly some of his players will teach kids basic baseball…

North Lincoln gets historical win

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The North Lincoln Lady Knights soccer team made history with a 3-0 home win Wednesday over rival East Lincoln. It marked the first time in North Lincoln’s school history that the women’s soccer team had defeated East Lincoln, more importantly it also gave the Lady Knights their first conference victory…

Lady Mustangs defeat Lincolnton 1-0

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On a rainy afternoon in East Lincoln the Lady Mustangs came away with a 1-0 victory over rival Lincolnton. The Lady Mustangs (3-6, 2-1) came out strong and held most of the play for the first 25 minutes, but the Lady Wolves (1-3, 1-1) put together some chances let in…