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Herbert advances to semi-finals

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TOPEKA, Kan.— Doug Herbert and the Snap-on Racing Top Fuel team accomplished several important things during Sunday`s Summer Nationals at Heartland Park. They went three round during eliminations, losing to eventual race winner Brandon Bernstein in the semifinals; they qualified in the top half of the field again; and, perhaps…

Eagles hand out annual sports awards

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Justin Reid and Lauren Lord were named the Male Athlete and Female Athlete of the Year at last Friday’s sports ceremony at Lincoln Charter High School. Men’s soccer MVP was Casey Hullette, while the Rookie of the Year went to Ben Hullette. The Eagle Award Recipient was Lance Tuno. Allen…

Mustangs hold sports banquet

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Three East Lincoln senior athletes had a big night at the annual awards ceremony. Grant Covington was named the Male Athlete of the Year, While Sara Fleming was the Female Athlete of the Year. Brooke Michael won two memorial awards: the Gwen Stroud Sportsmanship Award and the Ginger Cloninger Memorial…

Thompson leads NE Lacrosse

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The NE Lincoln Lacrosse team recently wrapped up their season going 5-14 on the year. The season had it’s highlights like a 22-1 win against Lake Norman, a 7-2 win over Freedom and a 12-3 win over Vance. The team finished with a 1-11 mark in the conference. NE Lincoln…

Third time is a charm for the Lady Knights

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Nicole Baxter pitched a complete game three-hitter against the Lady Ironmen in the 5-0 victory. Baxter allowed no walks and struck out nine in the process. North Lincoln’s Donia McDonald slides into second as Lady Ironman Abby Walls throws to first in the second inning of Tuesday’s second round of…

Denver Post 455’s comeback bid comes up just short

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It was nearly an improbable comeback for Denver Post 455 against Huntersville Tuesday night. Down 10-0 through five innings of play, Post 455 fought furiously only to lose 10-9 at North Mecklenburg High School. John Kellett earned the victory for Huntersville, working six innings while only striking out two batters.…

Sports Briefs

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LHS par 3 tourney There will be five hole-in-one prizes and $25 closest to the pin on the other 13 holes. Also, will feature many door prizes and tons of fun. There will also be a $5,000 putting contest for all players. The date for the tournament is Friday, May…

Post 100 splits series

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CHERRYVILLE—As the sole returning starter from Cherryville American Legion Post 100`s 2003 national runner-up team, Brock Alexander has the role of leader thrust upon him this summer So far, Alexander is doing the job quite nicely. In Saturday`s season opener at Fraley Field, the Post 100 third baseman collected four…

LHS duo loses in second round

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Lincolnton Wolves tennis players John James and Devin High returned to the 2A State Tournament. Last having been eliminated in the first round, the duo improved upon that performance by breezing through the first round this year. Their second round opponent was against No. 2 seed Charlotte Catholic’s Paul Bartholomy…

Lady Mustangs finish 11th at state, Roseboros finish strong

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