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How ‘bout those Rebels?

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Big-Time scorer

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Knights take first

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The North Lincoln Lady Knights swim team gave themselves a nice Christmas present last Wednesday. Under the direction of head coach Libby Fletcher the Lady Knights beat Hibriten and Bandys in a three-team meet. Nicole Baxter and Sara Edwards finished first and second in both the 50-yard and 100-freestyle events.…

Sports Briefs

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Lincolnton state championship shirts T-shirts and sweatshirts are currently on sale commemorating their appearance in the 2A State Championship. The shirts will read, ‘Lincolnton Wolves, 2005 State Championship.’ Shirts are on sale at the school and Lincoln Athletics. T-shirts will cost $12, while sweatshirts will cost $20. Adrian L. Shuford…

Stroup concludes solid career

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Senior linebacker Charlie Stroup recently concluded his career at Guilford College. Stroup, a 5 foot seven, 200-pound linebacker and longsnapper, played in all 10 games, starting six. His career-high 44 tackles, including 25 solo stops, was fifth on the team. Stroup also had 3.5 tackles for loss. The former Lincolnton…

Six area players all-state

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Throughout the football season, six area players turned in electrified plays and dazzled fans. Wednesday, they were rewarded for their efforts. Maiden’s Petey McClain (Sr.), Lincolnton’s Demery Brewer (So.), Bandy’s Matt Woodlief (Sr.) and East Lincoln’s Thomas Huntley made the Associated Press All-State Football Team. McClain finished the year for…

Dialing up from long range

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Cheering in the holidays

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Lincolnton to host Holiday Clash

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The Third Annual Peoples Bank Holiday Clash will be held Dec. 29 and 30 at Lincolnton High School. Teams competing will remain the same as Lincolnton, North Gaston, North Lincoln and West Lincoln will all take part. Thursday at 3:30 p.m., North Gaston’s women will take on West Lincoln. At…

Sports Roundup

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Wolves blast Jackets Lincolnton (1-1 SP) evened its record on the season with a lopsided 79-39 victory over Bessemer City Tuesday night. Six-foot five-inch center P.J. Hamright paced the Wolves with 11 points, while sophomore Demery Brewer chipped in with nine. Both Jeremy Smith and Lance Friday contributed eight apiece.…