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Lincolnton Optimist Champs

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Showdown on Friday?

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West Lincoln senior first baseman Dustin Hester will lead his team against senior second baseman Will Fox and the Lincolnton Wolves. The game is scheduled for 7 p.m. at West, weather permitting. The teams have split on the season 1-1. Chris Dean / LTN Photo…

L-Town champs

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The L-Town team, representing Lincolnton, became Lincoln County and Gaston County Champs recently. The team comprised with high school-aged athletes was coached by Head Coach Rick Lattimore. Cliff Robinson was the assistant coach. Team members were: Curtis McGill, Dabou Dorsey, R.J. Lattimore, Octavius Reid, Caleb Ramseur, Chris Melton, T.J. Thompson,…

Sports Roundup

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North women fall to Devils The North Lincoln Lady Knights lost 3-2 to Maiden in a Southern Foothills’ Conference game Tuesday night. Junior Nicole Baxter pitched a two-hitter, striking out 10 and walking only three. Unfortunately for the Knights’ faithful, Baxter suffered the loss as the Lady Blue Devils scored…

Heat finish as runner-ups

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Down to the wire with the best

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CATAWBA–Bandys may not be dominating the opposition in the Midwest 2A Conference baseball race, but the Trojans are undefeated in league play and have a two-game lead near the halfway point. The Trojans are on top thanks to their ability to win tight games. Friday night was another example as…

Wolfpack finish as runner-ups

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Rebels` 2002 Class earns honors

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Three former West Lincoln Rebels are making big noise as college baseball players. Davidson junior Jay Heafner has been named Southern Conference Player of the week and month. David Wise, at Limestone, was name CVAC Player of the week. Wise’s teammate, Matt Craig, is batting .400 to lead the Limestone…

East beats Huss

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The East Lincoln Mustangs beat Hunter Huss 5-3 on Tuesday. Junior Mitchell Lynch (5-2) worked five and a third, struck out nine and allowed only three hits to earn the win on the mound. Trent Hovis went 2-for-2 with a double, was hit by a pitch and had two RBIs…

Hall closes door on Wolverines

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A mark of a good team is being able to snatch victories from the jaws of defeat, even when they don’t play their best. The North Lincoln Lady Knights did just that against Polk Co. on Wednesday with an 8-7 win. Junior Nicole Baxter had a two-RBI single in the…