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WL Optimist signups The West Lincoln Optimist Fall baseball/softball and soccer signups are every Monday and Wednesday from 6-7:30p.m. beginning today till August 27. Contact Jeff Adams at (704) 913-3299 for more information. LHS soccer tryouts Tryouts for men interesting in playing soccer for the fall will be August 4-8.…

Local team wins state tourney

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MORGANTON — The Boger City United Methodist Church men’s softball team won the USSSA North Carolina Class D state championship on July 19 in Morganton. The double elimination tournament featured 15 teams from across the state competing at the Catawba Meadows Park. The Boger City UMC team played with poise…

Father, son win bass event

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Night bass fishing had slowed some the past few weeks but was back this last weekend, as Mike Queen and his son, Josh Queen from Lincolnton, won the Friday Night Fishin’ Friends regular weekly tournament last Friday with an impressive five-fish limit catch weighing a total of 14.31 pounds. Trailing…

Sports briefs

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USSSA baseball An 11-and-under USSSA baseball team will be holding tryouts soon. Call Jason Ellis at (980) 429-0041 for more information. LHS soccer tryouts Tryouts for men interesting in playing soccer for the fall will be August 4-8. The tryouts are from 9-11 a.m. Interested players must attend each day.…

Cherryville ready for tournament

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After capturing back-to-back Area IV titles and its 12th overall, the Cherryville American Legion Post 100 baseball team will look to win the North Carolina state tournament, which begins Tuesday at Sims Legion Park in Gastonia. The double elimination tournament will take place Tuesday, Aug. 5 through Saturday, Aug. 9.…

Wolves show promise

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North Carolina defending 2A football state champion head coach Scott Cloninger and his Lincolnton Wolves are going to have a target on their backs this year, but that doesn’t mean teams should count them out. After a 7-on-7 scrimmage against Chase, the Wolves’ defense looked good picking off passes and…

AREA IV CHAMPS, AGAIN!

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PINEVILLE — Coming into Tuesday’s series, Pineville Post 337 had never seen Cory Parks pitch – and probably never expected him to. Parks and his Cherryville Post 100 teammates were crowned Area IV title champions for the second year in a row with a 19-8 win in eight innings over…

Camp helps prepare players

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DENVER — As high school football players are just about ready to put on their pads and practice soon, their fans can’t wait for Friday nights in August. Forty-five children grades third through ninth got the opportunity to learn from East Lincoln High School football players and coaches from Monday…

Cherryville gets back on track

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PINEVILLE — They say that all good things must come to an end. For the Pineville Post 337 American Legion baseball team, it meant giving up its first loss in the playoffs this season, a 19-6 defeat in eight innings at Ardrey Kell High School Sunday. The loss evened the…

Thanks for the memories

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MAIDEN — For many years most people had never heard of Maiden, North Carolina – that is until Tom Brown came along. With his passion for the game of football and his stubborn attitude toward losing, Brown is responsible for putting Maiden on the map as “the biggest little football…