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Wilson enjoys Shrine Bowl week

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It was not how C.J. Wilson hoped it would go. Not only did North Carolina lose to South Carolina 31-24 in the 71st edition of the Shrine Bowl of the Carolinas at Wofford’s Gibbs Stadium, but Wilson experienced something he maybe never has in his football career—he didn’t touch the…

Heafner gets 100th win, Knights close

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West Lincoln improved to 10-2 on the season after beating Patton 62-16 Wednesday night. Clay Heafner was recognized for having earned his 100th victory at the North Gaston Quad. The Rebels will next be in action tomorrow as they host the West Lincoln Duals. Wrestling is scheduled to begin at…

Got her first one

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North Lincoln hands out fall sports awards

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The North Lincoln Knights held their falls sports awards program Tuesday night. In varsity football, MVP went to Eddie Guzman, while Most Improved went to Adrian Arguelles. Team Before Self was awarded to Kyle Wilkinson. Other award winners were: Matt Scott, who was named the Best Offensive Lineman; Brad Mosteller,…

What a deer!

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Perfect ending to prep career

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Hey C.J., now that you’ve won the 2A State Championship, where are you going? ‘I’m going to Spartanburg.’ That’s what could’ve been the Disney World commercial for Lincolnton running back C.J. Wilson. A week after helping the Lincolnton Wolves win the state title, Wilson will take the field as one…

Sports Roundup

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Mustangs hand out awards The East Lincoln Mustangs held their fall sports award banquet recently. In varsity football, Will Herron was named MVP, while Offensive MVP went to Adrian Forney. The Mustang Award was shared by Jarrett Bailey and Bradley ‘Red’ Morris. In JV football, Defensive MVP went to Matt…

For the love of the game

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Sports Briefs

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Buy your state champ merchandise The ‘Pack Shack’ will be opened Thursday from 9-5:30 p.m. All proceeds will help fund state champion rings. Local businesses may be contacted by football coaches and sports boosters in regard to making donations. If a business hasn’t been contacted, and would like to make…

Eleven is heaven

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It was a play that will go down in Lincolnton lore. The Wolves had given up 14 unanswered points and the fans, who made the 3-hour trek to Raleigh`s Carter-Finley Stadium for the 2A State Championship, were holding their collective breaths. Then one play allowed them to not only exhale…