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Wolves win top awards

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Eagle athletes honored

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Marthers, Forney win athlete of year

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Sports Briefs

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NLHS sports night North Lincoln High School sports awards night will be held tonight at 6:30 p.m. in the school’s auditorium. WLHS awards sports night West Lincoln High School will have its annual sports awards night Sunday, June 1 at 2 p.m. in the new gym. Carolina Prep Carolina Prep…

Ironmen headed for state finals

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The North Carolina high school state baseball championship series have been scheduled for Friday and Saturday. Two of the series, including the 3-A and 4-A championships, will be played at Five County Stadium in Zebulon, the home of the Carolina Mudcats. The 1-A and 2-A championships have been scheduled for…

Perry brothers push each other and teammates

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Both Preston and Jason Perry compete as brothers on and off the track for the East Lincoln Mustang’s track team. The Perry brothers have learned to help one another as well as their team this season, East Lincoln men’s head coach Lonnie Custer said. “Jason and Preston have been a…

Lincoln Charter Eagles honored

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Knights Lackey earns SPC golf Coach of the Year

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Golf is usually a game about making the most of a situation and staying focused on the task at hand. North Lincoln head coach Mark Lackey said his Knights golf team did that, as they won this years 1A/2A Southern Piedmont Conference title. Lackey received Conference Coach of the Year…

Same team, new faces for Denver

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Denver Post 455 will look to rebuild this season after finishing its best eve in 2007, losing in the semi-final round to rival Caldwell County three games to none. A series win would have put Denver in the state championship. Heavy losses from last year’s squad include five-year player short…

Quesada signs school’s first soccer scholarship in history

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Senior Angelo Quesada could be putting Lincolnton High School soccer on the map for years to come. The former Wolves team captain became the first student-athlete in Lincolnton’s school history to sign a soccer scholarship. The men’s program is currently going into it’s seventh year of existence. Quesada will attend…