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Golf Third times the charm Ex-mayor of Lincolnton Carroll Heavner, now a member of the Lincolnton City Council hit a hole-in- at the Lincoln Country Club on February 25. Heavner used a 9-wood on Hole No. 14 (126 yards) to sink the accomplishment for his third time ever. Witnesses were…

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Boger City Optimist Final player evaluations and sign-ups will be held for Baseball, Softball and T-Ball on Thursday, March 5th at the Boger City Baseball Field from 6-8 p.m. For more information, please visit us on the web at www.bogercityoptimist.com or call (704) 240-2328. Baseball/Softball Camp The Lincoln County Recreation…

Back-to-back Sectional Champs

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DENVER — Four East Lincoln Mustang players scored in double figures to upset No. 1-ranked Salisbury 76-62, ending the Hornets’ 28-game win streak Friday and earning back-to-back 2A Western Sectional final championships. “It’s a great accomplishment to repeat as Sectional Champs,” East Lincoln head basketball coach Neal Hodges said. “I…

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Baseball Pine Lake Prep 9, Lincoln Charter 7 David Scoggins went five innings and struck out nine in a losing effort. Zach Hollar came in one inning relief and had two strikeouts in the loss for Lincoln Charter. Offensively: David Scoggins: 1-3, 3 RBI Ethan Bumgarner: 1-3, RBI Basketball Cherryville…

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Baseball/Softball Camp The Lincoln County Recreation Department along with American Legion baseball Denver Post 455 will be having a baseball and softball camp for children ages 8-12 years old at the East Lincoln Community Center. The camp will be this Sunday. The instructional staff will include Bruce Bolick, Phillip Loftin,…

Mustangs Update

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The East Lincoln Mustangs varsity basketball teams’ regional semifinals against Ashe County (24-3) originally scheduled for 8:30 p.m. Tuesday at the University of North Carolina in Greensboro at the Special Events Center has been cancelled. At this time the game has been rescheduled for 5:30 p.m. Thursday at the UNC-Greensboro`s…

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College Baseball Former West Lincoln baseball standout Jake Watts (0-1) allowed six hits, four earned runs and walked three in 3.0 innings of work, his first on a collegiate mound. The Gardner-Webb Bulldogs lost 12-1 on Tuesday to USC-Upstate at home. Watts had a rough start, loading the bases in…

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Cherryville Little League Cherryville Little League is having registration 10 a.m.-2 p.m. Saturday and 2-4 p.m. Sunday at the American Legion hut in Cherryville. The cost per player is $30 and 2 for $50. Items needed at registration: Official birth certificate (will be returned), Proof of residence (example: driver’s license),…

Mustangs soar past Red Hawks

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DENVER — East Lincoln senior guard Spenser Sydney’s one-handed jam over Monroe’s Sharmir Hailey at the 2:49 mark in the final quarter made the crowd go ecstatic. Though he converted the play for three points, it was much more than three points, the dunk itself was possibly a statement or…

Eagles grow with confidence

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DENVER — Moving around isn’t always easy. Just ask Lincoln Charter Eagles head girls and boys basketball coach Rick Rose. “We knew it was going to be a challenge this season,” he said. “But we wanted to be a in a growing conference where we could be competitive.” Rose is…