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Lincoln County High School’s softball team went 6-1 in action last week. On Thursday through Friday, the ladies gave a boost to the local economy, hosting their 19th Annual Border Battle where 20 teams participated over a three-day period. LCHS went 5-1 in the event. Earlier, the ladies picked up a district win on the road over Columbia. Currently, Lincoln County’s overall record is 23-12 and 6-1 in district play.
Riverside Christian Academy’s Josh Hill (55) heads the ball to a teammate while colliding with a defender during the Knights’ game Friday afternoon. Riverside fell to West Academy, 5-3. ~ Photo by Evan Buck
Lincoln County High School’s tennis team had a full week of district action. Thursday on the road, both the girls’ and boys’ teams handled Lawrence County. Wednesday, LCHS swept Coffee County. On Monday, the team traveled to Shelbyville. The Falcons went down to the Eagles but the rain washed out the match before the girls were completed. At Lawrence County, the Falcons took the win, 7-0. In singles action, Daniel
Fayetteville High School’s Tiger Baseball had a full dance card with six games on tap last week. Early in the week, FHS was swept by Forrest, the #10 ranked 1A team in the state, then went 2-2 in the Walking Horse Classic at Cascade. Saturday, the Tigers wrapped up their week with a 7-1 win over Lancaster Christian. Matt Taylor got his first homer of the season and the fourth
Lincoln County High School’s Falcon baseball team had a full week with 6 games on tap last week. LCHS went 2-2 in Soddy Daisy’s Tournament. Earlier in the week, the Falcons took two tough losses on the road at Tullahoma in a double header. Currently, LCHS is 13-17 overall and 5-5 in district play with Columbia remaining. Saturday, the Falcons won their final game in the Soddy Daisy Tourney, 12-4,
Fayetteville High School’s Aiden Pace (at left) is pictured on a run in the Tigers’ 2-1 win over Middle Tennessee Christian. The victory clinches FHS’s second place spot in the southern division of District 9-A-AA with a 3-1 record. Earlier in the week, the Tigers won over Forrest, 4-3. This week, Fayetteville hosts East Hickman on Tuesday and Marshall County on Thursday. Game times are at 6 p.m. ~ Staff
Riverside Christian Academy’s Corey Albert at bat during Riverside’s game against Covenant Christian last Monday. ~ Photo by Evan Buck
Fayetteville Middle School’s softball team swept the Liberty Patriots in a double header Friday night, April 11 (2-1, 6-1). Pictured are (front, from left) Lorin Gattis, Casey McNeal, Katilyn White, Sydney Green, (back row) Head Coach Jana Gentry, Olivia Tanner, Bryleigh Tucker, Shiann Williams, DJ Horton, Maria Towry, Mollie Gordon, Alaina Dyer, Kevandria Carr and Assistant Coach Jack Towry.
Lincoln County High School’s tennis team took both the boys’ and girls’ district action at home last week, defeating Franklin County. The Falcons finished with the win, 6-1. In the singles action, Daniel Selfridge won at the one, 8-2; Matthew Posey won the two, 8-2; Barrett Wright won, 8-4, at the three; Patrick Scott won the four, 8-0; Justin Plunkett won, 8-1, at the five. In doubles play, Trey Wetjen/Brian