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Knights hand Rebels first SPC loss

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PUMPKIN CENTER — After handing rival West Lincoln its first 1A/2A Southern Piedmont Conference loss of the season, a 8-7 defeat Wednesday at ‘The Dungeon’ what else could North Lincoln head baseball coach Sean Andrews say? “It’s indescribable… I don’t think I can have words,” the Knights coach sighed. “We…

Neratka signs with Brevard

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PUMPKIN CENTER — Known for his aggressiveness on the gridiron, North Lincoln senior football player Josh Neratka has harnessed his talents into hard work. And that hard work has finally paid off as the senior signed a letter of intent to play football at Brevard College. “It’s awesome. Since I’ve…

East boys earn fourth SPC title

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PUMPKIN CENTER —The 2009 1A/2A Southern Piedmont Conference Track and Field Conference Championship saw the East Lincoln boys track team earned its fourth consecutive SPC title on Wednesday at North Lincoln High School. “The kids worked extremely hard in preparation for this meet. All their hard work paid off with…

Sports Briefs

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Friday Night Fishin The Friday Night Fishin’ Friends (FNFF) tournament trail will soon start its 21st consecutive year. The events are open to the public and regularly draw new comers to the sport of night bass fishing. The low cost relaxed atmosphere series has proven to be an excellent way…

Mustang might

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DENVER — East Lincoln junior Kasi Benskin scored two goals to keep the Lady Mustangs soccer team record perfect in the 1A/2A Southern Piedmont Conference play with a 4-1 win Monday at David Clark Stadium. “We needed to win this because this was our conference championship game so we had…

Spear lifts Mustangs

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DENVER — East Lincoln senior Drew Spear lifted the East Lincoln Mustangs to a 3-1 victory Tuesday at ‘The Corral’ as he threw a two-hitter and provided a two-run home run in the fourth offensively to keep the Mustangs alone in second place in the 1A/2A Southern Piedmont Conference. “I…

Wolves tennis coach resigns

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LINCOLNTON — He’s been a vital asset to both the men’s and womens’ tennis programs, but after 11 years of coaching tennis, Lincolnton head tennis coach Phil Ayers is resigning after the Wolves season ends. “He’s been a loyal dedicated coach for us and done a great job,” Lincolnton athletic…

Sports Roundup

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Baseball JV Mustangs 9, BC 2 The East Lincoln junior varsity baseball team defeated Bessemer City 9-2 behind a complete game 3-hit pitching of Clayton Dellinger. The Mustangs were led by Cam Carter 2-for-3,Jake Helms 3-for-4 and Chris Collichio`s 2-for-3 hitting. With the win the JV team improves to 9-2…

Cherryville Roadrunners ranked third in the nation

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Story and Houser catch top honors

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