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Knights make it to states North Lincoln Lady Knights’ tennis player Jordan Kinney will participate in the 2A Tennis Championships to be held at the Cary Tennis Center. The Lady Knights women’s golf team finished seventh out of 19 teams at the 2A Regional at Riverbend Country Club. Haley Sumner…

What a debut, Lady Eagles win title

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Until this year, Lincoln Charter School had never had a middle school volleyball team. They made quite a debut. The Lady Eagles beat Charlotte’s Carmel Christian 2-1; 25-19, 22-25, 15-5 in the SGAA ( ) Championship to finish their season 12-2. Head coach Christina Owens and assistant coach Mark Schild…

No Championship, but still champs

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Lady Falcons’ head coach Mike Freeman didn’t shave his mustache Thursday night, but he does have a mo-hawk. East Lincoln (10-1) fell to Chase 6-4 in the Tri-County Conference championship game at East. And although Freeman, 47, has had his mustache for five years, this was one time it he…

Mustangs bedeviled

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The East Lincoln Lady Mustangs fell in the first round of the 2A State Volleyball Playoffs to Newton-Conover 3-0; 25-20, 25-18, 25-21. The Lady Mustangs end their season with a 19-10 record and a Southern Piedmont Tournament Championship. Kassi Henry paced East Lincoln with seven kills, eight digs one roof…

Rebels ‘have something to prove’

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Despite being on the short end of two lopsided losses, the West Lincoln Rebels’ playoff chances are not dead. Only 51 2A football teams have won four or more games, the amount necessary to qualify for a berth. That means there are still 13 spots available. A win Friday night…

A lot to be proud of

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Who wants the playoffs more?

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North Lincoln showed just how eager they were to get back on the field with a 42-14 thrashing of Cherryville. After a frustrating loss to South Iredell in monsoon-like conditions, the Knights racked up 312 total yards on the night. Offense Head coach Matt Beam is looking for much of…

Wolves riding high

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Things could not be much better for the Lincolnton Wolves right now. After outscoring their last two opponents 115-26, the Wolves will look to make senior night memorable against the Cherryville Ironmen. “It should help us because it’s senior night. That will be one of the last regular season games…

Knights get sweet revenge

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North Lincoln coach Matt Beam and quarterback Trent Hopkins picked the right time to bring up the Knights` 2003 game against Cherryville. In that game, played at Lincolnton Memorial Stadium on Halloween night, the Ironmen handed the Knights one of their most lopsided defeats of the program`s inaugural season, 63-7.…

Wolves rise and Faw in blowout

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The Wolves homecoming game with Bessemer City Friday night proved to be the mismatch that it was billed to be. Lincolnton scored 28 points in the first seven and a half minutes of the game en route to a 55-20 dismantling of the Yellow Jackets at Von Ray Harris field.…