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Basketball Varsity girls Lincolnton lost 46-38 in overtime Friday at North Gaston. The Lady Wolves wer led in scoring by Maggie Cline with 14 points and 7 rebounds, making 4 out of 6 from the 3-point line. Shantae Elmore added 6 points, 15 rebounds, and 5 steals. Lincolnton will travel…

Sports Briefs

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State title tickets East Lincoln High School will be running a fan bus at $30 per person including the ticket. Tickets will be available starting Tuesday at the school. The bus or buses will leave at 6 a.m. on Saturday morning. Basketball Mini-Camp East Lincoln High School’s Boys Basketball team…

Set to play for the prize

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Sports Roundup

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Basketball Varsity boys QG 95, LC 33 The Lincoln Charter Eagles varsity basketball team suffered its first defeat of the season as they lost 95-33 Tuesday at Queens Grant. Dylan Cronin led Lincoln Charter with 13 points in the loss. Lincoln Charter 6 14 5 8 – 33 Queens Grant…

Sports Briefs

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Playoff tickets Tickets for Friday’s football game between East Lincoln and East Henderson will be on sale at the school for $7 presale and $8 a ticket at the gate. Please call the school for more information. Basketball Mini-Camp East Lincoln High School’s Boys Basketball team will be hosting a…

Mustangs experience may be key

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DENVER — At 13-1, the East Lincoln Mustangs and East Henderson Eagles might have more in common than they think as each team will try to knock off the other to advance to the North Carolina 2A state title game tonight. Both teams got here by having won 13-straight games…

Wolves young but full of talent

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LINCOLNTON — The Lincolnton Wolves wrestling team may be a young team in terms in age, but they certainly don’t lack talent, says Wolves wrestling head coach Brent Gates. “It’s a good thing to get your tail kicked every once in a while because its shows you where you want…

Wolves nip South Iredell in opener

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LINCOLNTON — Tuesday meant the 1A/2A Southern Piedmont Conference was getting kicked off on the hardwood as Lincolnton’s varsity boys and girls basketball teams hosted South Iredell, each winning very narrow victories. The boy’s team won 59-54 while the girls edged out a 26-19 victory. Varsity boys LHS 59, SI…

Jackass event raises $400

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PUMPKIN CENTER — I’ll be the first to admit to that the economy is getting bad, but I never thought I’d see the day when donkeys play basketball. However, that’s exactly what I witnessed Monday night at North Lincoln High School. No it’s not a bad joke. And yes I…

Local wrestlers finish second

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On November 22 several Lincoln County wrestlers ranging in age from 4-years-old to 10 traveled to Fayetteville, North Carolina to compete in the National Elementary Folkstyle Duals wrestling tournament. The Western NC Grapplers, which had a variety of wrestlers from across North Carolina, including Lincolnton, Spruce Pine, Lenoir, Cherokee and…