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Rebels ease to 10th SPC victory

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LINCOLNTON — Ethan Beck and Korey Martin set the tone for the offense and Bradley Carpenter had a dominating performance on the mound as West Lincoln stayed unbeaten in conference play with a 12-0 victory Tuesday night at Lincolnton. Beck and Martin connected on back-to-back homeruns to start the game…

Wolves upset North 2-0

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LINCOLNTON — They said that speed kills and it certainly hurt the Lady Knights soccer team as Lincolnton freshman Larissa Bonilla’s two goals handed North Lincoln its first 1A/2A Southern Piedmont Conference loss of the season Monday. “I couldn’t be more pleased with the result,” Lincolnton head soccer coach Dale…

Mustangs pick up where they left off

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PUMPKIN CENTER – Drew Spear limited 1A/2A Southern Piedmont Conference rival North Lincoln to two hits as the Mustangs won 10-0 in five innings at ‘The Castle’ on the campus of North Lincoln High School. “Up and down the board it was a team effort. We had hits up and…

Wildcats win Invitational

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East, West recap tourney play

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It was a busy week of high school baseball over Easter break as local teams finished up their respective tournament play and will return to 1A/2A Southern Piedmont Conference play on Tuesday. West Lincoln finished 1-2 in the 19th annual Catawba County Easter Baseball Classic but were without the arms…

Lincolnton natives finish second in fishing tournament

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Sports Briefs

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Pitch, Hit & Run Competition The Lincolnton Athletic Department and City of Lincolnton Recreation will host a free Aquafina Major League Baseball Pitch, Hit & Run Competition for area youth at 2 p.m. Sunday, April 26 at the Lincolnton High School Baseball field. Competitors are divided into four age divisions:…

Wolves fall in CTB final

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LINCOLNTON — The Lincolnton Wolves baseball team had a unique Carolina Trust Bank tournament, as they became the only team to play three games. “We just wanted to play well and play hard and I think we did that,” freshman Jacob Hoover said. Unfortunately they fell in the championship game…

Baseball camp sees growth

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LINCOLNTON — Cling. “I got it.” Thud. Snap. Those were just some of the sounds as 59 children swarmed Betty G. Ross Park on Wednesday to get a lesson on America’s favorite pastime — the game of baseball. Children donned their respective local and favorite baseball teams with caps, jerseys…

Sports Roundup

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Baseball The West Lincoln Rebels moved to 13-0 on the season after beating Newton Conover 12-2 in five innings on Wednesday. The Rebels scored eight runs in the first ining and Bradley Carpenter threw all five innings giving up four hits and striking out five in the win. Leading hitters…