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Post 100 meets task, splits series with Shelby

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SHELBY — A routine infield pop-up turned out to be disasterous for Cherryville Post 100 Thursday night at Veteran’s Field at Keeter Stadium in Shelby. With one out in the bottom of the ninth inning of a 2-2 game, Shelby Post 82 leadoff hitter Seth Canipe drew a base on…

Mustang camp is for everybody to learn

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Some critics would say the game of baseball is all about fundamentals and how players execute. Others might tell you that the game is all about having fun. East Lincoln Mustang head baseball coach Chris Matile would tell you campers at the East Lincoln Mustang baseball camp are learning both.…

Campers aim for the best

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The success of teams and how well they perform is all about consistency. And that’s exactly what East Lincoln Lady Mustangs head basketball coach Deidre LeGrande is trying to teach her team and younger ladies who may be interested in playing for the team one day. “Our main goal is…

Denver prevails late

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DENVER — Denver Post 455 rallied three times to tie or take the lead from Newell as Eric Hogue became the savior for Denver, hitting a two-out RBI single that won the game 11-10 for Post 455 Wednesday night. Newell jumped out to an early 6-0 lead, which was mostly…

Post 100 continues winning

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CATAWBA — Cherryville Post 100 continued its winning ways with a 13-7 victory Tuesday night over Lake Norman Post 509’s River Pirates at Bandys High School. Led by Aaron Haynes (3-4), Tyler Buff (3-4), and Seth Freeman (3-5), Post 100 pounded out nineteen hits in the road win. Cherryville took…

Denver lacks offense

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Huntersville Post 321 pitcher Eric Finley shutdown Denver Post 455’s offense, as he only gave up two hits and struck out seven over seven innings. Both teams were deadlocked at 2-2 through five innings but Post 321 erupted for eight runs in the sixth and two in the seventh to…

Campers get in the swing of things

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Kids of different ages are enjoying the summer in different ways as the City of Lincolnton Parks and Recreation department offers many summer camps. But the one that usually stays consistent and is probably the longest running is the tennis camp coached by former Lincolnton head coach Chris Hoffman. “This…

Youth get their kicks at soccer camp

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With the 2008 European Championship airing on TV, Americans are getting a chance to see how exciting the sport of soccer can be. Here in Lincolnton, children ages 6-14 got the opportunity to play the world’s fastest growing sport. It was the first time the City of Lincolnton Parks and…

Foothills Grading West Lincoln Optimist win division

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Sports Briefs

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Youth b-ball league The Lincoln County Family YMCA is currently accepting registration for the 2008 Youth Basketball League. The league is for boys and girls ages 7-15. Registration is June 2-August 2. First practice will be August 11. First games will be August 23. Season ends on October 18. Cost…