Bandys at Lincolnton

Lincolnton defenders Reed King, Jacob McGill, Connor Williams and Gavin Queen close in on Bandys’ Tyler Tuxberry during Tuesday’s South Fork 2A Conference game at Lincolnton High School. The Wolves pulled away from the Trojans in the second half for a 59-40 win.  

The Wolves (2-1) overcame a slow start to pull away from the Bandys Trojans in the second half for a 59-40 win at Lincolnton High School on Tuesday.

Lincolnton got 15 points from Reed King and 14 from Connor Williams, as they outscored Bandys 33-17 after the break.

An 11-0 run late in the third period gave the Wolves all the cushion that they would need.

Eric Habshied led the Trojans (0-3) with 17 points.

Bandys 11 12 7 10 - 40

Lincolnton 9 17 17 16 - 59

Bandys: Eric Habshied 17, Henrickson 6, Thompson 5, Reed 5, Spencer 3, Reynolds 2, Cockman 2.

Lincolnton: Reed King 15, Connor Williams 14, McGill 9, Queen 8, McClain 7, Blackburn 4, Danner 2.

Basketball (Boys)

Lincoln Charter 92,

Cherryville 35

The Eagles improved to 2-0 on the season with a convincing win over the Ironmen. Troy Fulton scored 20 points ( 6 of 9 3-pointers) to lead Lincoln Charter, while Sam Cogan added 18 points, 8 rebounds and 5 assists. Carter Seitz had 16 points and 14 rebounds, Marcus Farley 13 points and Elijah Burnett 9 points and 6 assists for the Eagles, who will host Highland Tech tonight.

Other Boys Scores:

Newton-Con. 55, West Lincoln 45

Lake Norman Char. 59, Maiden 54

JV Boys Scores:

Lincolnton 50, Bandys 14

Basketball (Girls)

Newton-Con. 59, West Lincoln 20

Lake Norman Char. 45, Maiden 36


Basketball (Girls)

Newton-Conover 70,

Lincolnton 33

L: Mackenzie Sand-Odom 17, Ross 7, Hough 5, Garren 2, Eudy 2.

N-C: Cassidy Geddes 29, Grace Loften 20, Emma Fox 13, Woods 4, Wolkin 4

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