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Kosmala`s spirit guides team

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There is no “I” in team, but there is in Emily Kosmala. The rising junior had a huge impact on the East Lincoln Lady Mustangs soccer team and unknowingly became the rallying point for the squad, East Lincoln head coach Jason Dragoon said. “She definitely made an impact as a…

Lincolnton native making a splash

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A local Lincolnton native is making a splash around the country. Thirty-nine-year-old Derek Correll competes in the American Power Boat Association racing his No. 269 XPL 99 and 01 Sea-Doo watercraft. With only three years of limited experience, he is quickly becoming a rising star in the sport. Correll took…

Cherryville defeats Denver 18-8

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Twenty-six runs, thirty-two hits, eight errors and eleven pitchers. Those are just some of the numbers that were produced at Fraley Field in Cherryville Sunday night as Post 100 defeated Denver Post 455 18-8 in a game that lasted three hours and ten minutes. Tripp Miller`s grand slam in the…

E. L. Speedway race postponed

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STANLEY — Heavy late afternoon rain Friday forced East Lincoln Speedway officials to postpone the scheduled auto racing program at the 3/8-mile clay oval until next Saturday, June 21. The rescheduled program will include Late Model Modified-Sportsman, Open Wheel Modified, Micro-Sprint, Stock Four, Rookie Four, Grand American Stock Car and…

Norman Builders go undefeated

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Mustangs open with losses

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After opening their first summer game of the season against Forest Hills with a loss, the Mustangs looked to get back on track with a win over 4A opponent North Mecklenburg, but it wasn’t meant to be. The Vikings defeated the Mustangs 62-57 but East Lincoln showed they weren’t going…

Basketball begins for Mustangs

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This summer the East Lincoln Mustangs basketball team is out to improve its game. Take a look at your calendar and yes, it says Friday the 13th, but more importantly it says June 13, 2008. What’s the importance of the date you ask? Well, it’s mid-June and the Mustangs are…

Haynes effort not enough for Post 100

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CHERRYVILLE — Two home runs and a solid pitching performance all by Aaron Haynes was not enough as Cherryville Post 100 suffered its first loss of the season to Pineville Post 337 Wednesday night at Fraley Field in Cherryville. Untimely errors by the Post 100 defense, coupled with clutch hitting…

Father, son enjoy day at the track

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It wasn’t even Father’s Day, but Mason Huitt got to share the experience of a lifetime with his father, Bryan Huitt. Bryan Huitt works as a front tire carrier on the pit crew of the No. 26 Crown Royal Raush-Fenway car driven by Jamie McMurray. He spent the day with…

Young woman has Tallent

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Too often in high school sports we hear about the numbers that student-athletes are producing on the field, but what about their numbers in the classroom? Do they matter? To West Lincoln Valedictorian Elle Tallent they did. “I’ve put in a lot of hours and stayed after practice then go…