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Lincoln County High School observed Breast Cancer Awareness Month during last week’s Falcon football game, with the high school’s dance team and cheerleaders leading the way with the pink ribbon theme. Students also recognized loved ones in their lives who have battled breast cancer.

Fayetteville Middle School’s Tiger football team pulled off the unexpected, posting their third consecutive undefeated season and winning the Duck River Valley Conference title.

After finishing as the top seed coming out of the District 8-AAA regular season, the Lincoln County High School Lady Falcons’ chance for a fourth consecutive tournament championship ended with a 0-4 loss at home to Columbia Tuesday night.

Lincoln County High School Lady Falcon volleyball team’s season came to an end in the first round of Region 4-AAA tournament play. The ladies went down to Stewarts Creek, 0-3.

Lincoln County High School’s Lady Falcon volleyball team wrapped up District 8-AAA tournament action, defeating Coffee County, 3-1, in the championship game.

It was the Cornersville Bulldogs who finished in the top spot of the Elk River Conference championship. The ‘Dogs took the title with a 36-26 win over South Lincoln’s Eagles Saturday at Meadows/Thompson Stadium.


Coach Alvin Palmer, head coach at Fayetteville High School, will be honored during a special celebration, “A Weekend Honoring the Man: Alvin Palmer”, set for the final weekend in October.


The Lincoln County Special Olympics golf team has been in existence for more than 20 years, made up of different coaches and players through the period.

The Riverside Christian Academy Knights defeated the Franklin Christian Academy Falcons on Friday night to secure a post-season spot in the Middle Tennessee Athletic Conference Bowl.

Lincoln County High School’s Falcons took a tough region overtime loss Friday night at home to Page, 28-21. LCHS controlled the game, dominating the Patriots in every aspect but one, special teams.

The Lady Falcon volleyball team had a good week, picking up a district win at home over Coffee County and a strong finish in Elkmont’s JV Tournament over the weekend.


South Lincoln Middle School’s Lady Eagles swept their schedule, going 16-0 in their 2018 season. More than that, they never gave up a set, winning 32-0.

Sunday, Sept. 9, saw the running of the 2018 Quarter Horse and Mule races at the 114th Lincoln County Fair. We had an exciting day of races even with a gusty rain shower which blew in as the final few races were run.

South Lincoln School celebrated its football homecoming. Members of the court are (at front) Mason Jenkins, crown bearer; Whitley Raby, flower girl; (rear, from left) Briar Corder and Nihla Brown, sixth grade representatives; Tyler Edwards and Allie Bonner, seventh grade; Paislee Shelton, st…