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Rebels look for revenge

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The West Lincoln Rebels felt like they let last year’s season opener against the Fred T. Foard Tigers get away. Ever since the loss last year, Rebels’ head coach Butch Parker has circled this game as a pivotal game. A win or loss can set the tone for the rest…

Lady Wolves look to three-peat

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The Lincolnton Lady Wolves tennis team opened their season in impressive fashion Tuesday. The Wolves, who returns five seniors, easily defeated East Gaston 8-0 in their home opener. Lincolnton’s No. 1 seed Shawn Kindley defeated Jessica Caldwell 8-4. While No. 2 Liz Rhine defeated Marcie Michael 8-0. Shelley Stevens, at…

Lady Mustangs lose volleyball opener to Mooresville

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East Lincoln opened their volleyball season against the Mooresville Lady Blue Devils on Monday, losing 3-0, 25-16, 25-3 and 25-14. The Lady Mustangs head coach feel that the Lady Blue Devils could be their toughest opponent this year. Mooresville came within two points of the 3A State Championship game in…

Duvall to make start

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STANLEY— East Lincoln Speedway’s stock car racing program scheduled for last Saturday night fell victim to rain. Racing will continue Saturday beginning at 7 p.m. Five divisions will compete for $4,500 in posted awards. Gates will opened at 4 p.m. National Dirt Late Model Hall of Fame member Mike Duvall…

Jamboree at West viewed a success by coaches

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Optimistic was the word that best described North Lincoln, Lincolnton and West Lincoln after they participated in the final scrimmage of the football preseason. The scrimmage was a jamboree that featured the aforementioned teams along with South Iredell. Rebels’ head coach Butch Parker was somewhat shorthanded in the scrimmage due…

Herbert advances to semis at Brainerd

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BRAINERD, Minn.— Doug Herbert beat two drivers who have been tough to defeat, advanced to the semifinals and moved up a position in points Sunday in the Lucas Oil Nationals at Brainerd International Raceway. Herbert`s Snap-on Racing Top Fuel dragster knocked out Larry Dixon in the first round and Doug…

Rikard reflects on Mustangs` play

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Tonight the East Lincoln Mustangs will square off against Cherryville, Bessemer City and Highland Tech. The Mustangs have already practiced against the Maiden Blue Devils and held a scrimmage versus Newton-Conover Red Devils. East head coach Matt Rikard, when asked to reflect on his team’s play, was happy with one…

Herbert looks for win at Brainerd

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BRAINERD— The Brainerd Lakes area is renown for its abundance of fishing spots that attract fishermen from near and far. Doug Herbert will be visiting here this weekend, but he`ll be angling for a race victory at Brainerd International Raceway instead of walleye. Herbert, owner/driver of the Snap-on Racing Top…

Knights host first football game

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The North Lincoln Knights Tuesday hosted their first football game in the school’s brief history against 4-A Hopewell. The game was a scrimmage and technically doesn’t count. But it’s a landmark day in the Knights’ football program. Last year when North Lincoln visited Hopewell they received a 54-0 thumping. Tuesday…

Sports Briefs

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Pepsi Jamboree West Lincoln will host a Jamboree on Friday with Lincolnton and North Lincoln participating at 6 p.m. Concessions will be available. Admission is $3. Wolves’ scrimmage Lincolnton will host South Iredell Thursday night at 7 p.m. Admission is $3 and concessions will be available. Wolves’ sports passes Lincolnton…