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Lady Falcons in race for district title

Posted on September 29, 2014 at 4:50 pm

Lincoln County High School’s Lady Falcon volleyball team is in the race to claim a District 8-AAA title. Going down the stretch, the ladies are knotted with Coffee County with an 8-1 record. The two teams split during the regular season. LCHS has Tullahoma remaining on the schedule, the Lady Red Raiders have Franklin County remaining. The Lady Falcons picked up two district wins last week. On Thursday, the ladies

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  • Lady Falcon soccer finds win

    Posted on September 29, 2014 at 4:50 pm

    Lincoln County High School’s Caragan Treola (left) battles with Shelbyville in the Lady Falcons’ match-up at home Saturday with the Lady Eagles. ~ Staff photo by Paul Henry

    Lincoln County High School’s Lady Falcon soccer team picked up a win on the road last week in Lawrence County, then finished tied in a make-up game at home with Shelbyville. Saturday, the ladies hosted the Lady Eagles in a physical match-up. Both teams would get a yellow card before it was over. After a scoreless first half, the Lady Falcons were first to find the net with a shot

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  • Reneau, Clark take top spots in IL Run

    Posted on September 29, 2014 at 4:50 pm

    Julia Clark posted the best overall female time in the 2014 Imagination Library 5 Mile Race held for the first time at Kiwanis Park. Clark finished with a time of 35:00. ~ Staff photo by Paul Henry

    Over 70 runners turned out to compete in the Imagination Run, a five-mile race hosted by the Imagination Library of Lincoln County on Sept. 20. “It was a bigger crowd than we had expected,” said Helen Fussell, race director. “This was a new course and a new distance, and no one seemed to mind the winding turns and rolling hills through the scenic avenues of Fayetteville.” Jason Reneau of Madison,

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  • Tigers fall to Wayne County Wildcats

    Posted on September 29, 2014 at 4:49 pm

    Fayetteville High School logo

    Fayetteville High School’s Tigers took their third consecutive loss Friday night, defeated at home by Wayne County, 45-26. Currently in the District 9-A standings, Forrest and Middle Tennessee Christian are 2-0; Huntland, 1-0; Moore County, 1-1; Fayetteville, 1-2; Eagleville and Community, 0-2. The Wildcats came into the match-up with a 4-1 record, their only loss coming from Hickman County, a 3A team that went to the second round of the

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  • Falcons see tough night on the field

    Posted on September 29, 2014 at 4:49 pm

    Lincoln County’s Shelton Smith picks up some yardage after one of his seven catches in Falcon action Friday night on the road at Franklin. ~ Staff photo by Paul Henry

    With the mercy rule in effect the second half, it was a long night for the Lincoln County High School Falcons Friday night. LCHS went down on the road to Franklin, 42-7, on the Rebels’ homecoming. Lincoln County went into the match-up at 2-3 after back-to-back wins competing well against opponents. Their three losses were by a combined 17 points. Friday night it was all Rebels. Field position belonged to

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  • Knights fall to rival FCA

    Posted on September 29, 2014 at 4:49 pm

    RCA Knights

    Riverside Christian Academy’s varsity football team lost to their 2013 Middle Tennessee Athletic Conference Championship game rival, Franklin Christian Academy, on Friday night. The Knights were handicapped because of four injuries from the previous week’s game against Franklin Classical School. Several younger players stepped in to fill roles for those who were injured. Junior Cody Smith was the Knights’ leading rusher and sophomore Luke Eakes led the Knights on defense

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  • Deer season brings hunger relief opportunities

    Posted on September 29, 2014 at 4:49 pm

    Hunters for the Hungry

    Thousands of Tennesseans took to the woods last weekend as the 2014 whitetail deer season opened statewide. Hunters will be allowed to take several deer through the roughly 90-day season. That’s where the Tennessee Wildlife Federation’s Hunters for the Hungry program comes in. September is Hunger Awareness Month, and participating deer processors are ready to accept donations of lean, healthy venison as part of Hunters for the Hungry. Last year,

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  • Holt wins

    Posted on September 29, 2014 at 4:48 pm

    Holt Wins --

    Lincoln County’s April Holt took second place during in Special Olympics bowling held in Tullahoma on Sept. 9. Melaine McAlister took third place.

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  • Fair’s quarter horse races recapped

    Posted on September 25, 2014 at 5:32 am

    Horse races are a big tradition at the Lincoln County Fair. This year was no different with the first Sunday hosting a crowd favorite of quarter horses, mules and pacers under saddle. Local favorites Leanne English and Charles Ventress made a good showing in several races starting with the 1/8 mile race where they placed first and second on “Lena’s” and “Annie”, respectively. Mike Claridy of Toney, Ala., placed third

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