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Lincoln County Horseman’s Association is hosting a Horse Expo on Saturday, April 25, from 10 a.m. until 4 p.m. at the Lincoln County Horseman’s grounds off Lewisburg Highway. The event is open to the public and is free, but donations will be accepted to LCHA, a 50-year-old nonprofit dedicated to encouraging and promoting interest in horses of all breeds within Lincoln and surrounding counties. Barbecue plates will be available from
The 24th Annual Charles Gleghorn Invitational Golf Tournament is scheduled for Friday, May 15, at the recently revamped Pebble Creek Golf Club in Fayetteville. The tournament is sponsored by the Bank of Lincoln County and benefits the Motlow College Foundation. The Gleghorn Invitational is a four-person scramble, with a morning tee time of 8 a.m. and the afternoon tee time at 12:30 p.m. Breakfast is available at 7:30 a.m., and
Fayetteville Middle School’s Tiger baseball team is off to an impressive 9-2 start midway into the season. The young Tiger team is a member of the Duck River Valley Conference, made up of nine teams – Liberty, Moore County, Huntland, Cascade, Forrest, Community, Westwood, Cornersville and FMS. “Halfway through the season we’re 9-2,” Coach Billy Jack Netherland said. “We’ve split with Forrest and went down to Cornersville 2-0 last week.
Lincoln County’s Evan Buck placed first in his age division (16-20) at the Bridge Street Half-Marathon with a time of 1.33.52, finishing 27th out of 1,000 overall. The race was held April 12 at Bridge Street in Huntsville, Ala. This was Evan’s first half marathon.
Sloane Goldman and Evan Buck were the top finishers out of a field of 130 runners in the first ever Always Endure 5K Run. The event kicked off the Slawburger Festival held Saturday on the Fayetteville square. Goldman finished with a time of 24:51, and Buck crossed the finish line with a 22:12. The winners are pictured with race organizers Corey and Brittany Buckner. ~ Staff photo by Paul Henry
Riverside’s Olivia Mann sends the ball downfield during action against Clarksville Christian. The Knights dominated the game, winning 11-0. ~ Photo by Evan Buck
Lincoln County High School’s soccer team took a tough district loss last week at home to Tullahoma, 0-2. Over the weekend, LCHS picked up a varsity win at home over Hazel Green, 2-0, and JV wins Hazel Green, 2-1, and Grissom, 2-1. Against the Wildcats, Tullahoma scored early, and was up 0-1 at the intermission. With 35:00 on the clock, the Falcons were tagged with a penalty inside the box,
Lincoln County High School’s Lady Falcon softball team hosted its 20th Annual Border Battle last week. Despite Thursday’s games being canceled due to rain, 21 of the 23 scheduled teams made the trip and got in Friday night’s and Saturday’s games played at the high school and Don Davidson Park. Saturday night at LCHS, it was Athens who took the championship, 5-3, over Hendersonville. “We’re really thankful to get the
Fayetteville High School’s Tiger baseball team went 2-1 with three out-of-district road trips last week. Earlier, FHS was swept by Middle Tennessee Christian in district play. Currently, FHS is 7-9 overall. Saturday, the Tigers split, picking up a win over Lancaster Christian, 8-2, but going down to Monarchs, 5-2. Against Lancaster, FHS picked up 4 runs in the second, 1 in the third, 1 in the fourth and 2 in