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Wolves playing for a state title

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Lincolnton used a large drop (a 76-yard touchdown reception) of C.J. Wilson’s ocean of breathtaking plays to come away with a 29-26 victory over Brevard. Up next, a shot at the 2A Championship against the Clinton Darkhorses (11-3) coached by first-year head coach Steve Mallard. When the Wolves take the…

Sports Briefs

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Advance tickets for championship Tickets to Lincolnton’s home playoff game versus Clinton will be on sale for $9 apiece at Lincoln Athletics, Byrd’s Sundries, City Lunch and Lincolnton High School. If one waits to purchase their ticket at the gate at Kennan Stadium, the cost will be $10. Tickets will…

Law comes in second

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Carpenter takes first

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Three-time champs

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Littlejohn takes first

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‘Going to the ship’

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All the blood, the sweat and the tears are well worth it when a team does what the Lincolnton Wolves have thus far. For seniors, many who have played high school football four years, the wait, while long and sometimes frustrating, has made advancing to the 2A State Championship game…

Wolves 2A Western Regional champs

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The scene was reminiscent of the last two times the Lincolnton Wolves advanced to the state championship game. Players jumped up and down, yelled, ‘We going to the ship,’ and hugged family and friends over the fence after a 29-26 victory over Brevard in the Western Regional Championship Friday night…

Sports Briefs

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Advance tickets for championship Tickets to Lincolnton’s home playoff game versus Clinton will be on sale for $9 apiece at Lincoln Athletics, Byrd’s Sundries, City Lunch and Lincolnton High School. If one waits to purchase their ticket at the gate at Kennan Stadium, the cost will be $10. Tickets will…

Rebels hand out awards

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The West Lincoln Rebels recently held their fall athletic awards ceremony. In varsity football, Paul Chambers was named MVP. Gene Arp was named Best Offensive Player, while Spencer Sutton was Defensive Player of the Year for the Rebels. The Spark Plug award went to Jon Thomas, while the Rebel award…