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Knights, JV Knights win Both the varsity and the JV won Tuesday. The JV team defeated South Iredell 4-1 and varsity won 6-4. The JV Knights lost 6-4 last Friday. Maiden tops Knights 8-1 The Knights (1-6, 0-1 SPC) lost all six of their single matches but Paulk/Harris defeated Bost/Williams…

Nice Catch

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Lincoln Optimist finishes second…

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Dynamite finish…

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Grand Champions!

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Carolina Trust Bank Easter Baseball Tourney The Carolina Trust Bank Easter Tournament will be held on Monday and Tuesday Monday at 4:30 p.m. West Iredell will square off against Hopewell with Lincolnton and Bandys following at 7:30 p.m. Tuesday, the consolation game is scheduled for 4:30 p.m., with the championship…

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Lifeguard training The Lincoln County American Red Cross is sponsoring a lifeguard training class that will begin on Tuesday, March 25. The class will run through April 24 and will meet at the Lincoln County Family YMCA in Lincolnton. The cost for the course is $170, which includes: training, books,…

Seneca headed to Wingate

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A couple of seasons ago, North Lincoln head coach Matt Beam raved about a transfer from West Palm Beach, Florida. He told anybody within earshot about how good he was. That player was Brandon Seneca. Although Seneca flew under the radar for much of his career, he was nonetheless an…

Patterson sparks Lady Knights win

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Sweden Patterson nearly opted to go try out for a 16-and-under AAU basketball team Monday night. Good thing she didn’t. The junior forward scored a career-high two goals, including the game-winner to lift the North Lincoln Lady Knights over West Mecklemberg 3-2. After seeing junior West Meck Ashley Erskine net…

East Lincoln holds off late rally by rival

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The Lady Mustangs survived a late last inning rally by Southern Piedmont Conference rival North Lincoln as Megan Keller finished what she started and prevented a one-out rally with the possibly tying run 60 feet away as East Lincoln defeated the Lady Knights 5-4 at home Tuesday. “To go ahead…