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Lincoln County High School’s Falcon football 1993 championship team will celebrate its 25th reunion on Aug. 11 at Pebble Creek Golf Course here in Fayetteville.

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Fayetteville’s Sadie Wolaver, pictured here in action at the 26th annual International Finals Youth Rodeo (IFYR) last week at the Heart of Oklahoma Exposition Center in Shawnee, Okla., placed 10th in the final standings for barrel racing. Wolaver finished 14th in the first go with a time of …

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Davis Barnes (at left), president of the Bank of Frankewing, presents Ian Bonner with a $250 donation to the Lincoln County 4-H Archery Club. Ian has been shooting with the club since its inception in 2015. He has participated in two regional contests. The Archery Club meets to practice ever…

The City of Fayetteville Parks and Recreation Department has announced a youth fall softball league will be offered this year.

The 18th Annual Tee Off for Progress golf tournament, a fund-raising event sponsored by the Fayetteville-Lincoln County Chamber of Commerce & Tourism Bureau, will be held Friday, July 13, at Pebble Creek Golf Club.

Tennis Coach Jonathan Brown had over 50 take to the court in the Second Annual LCHS Tennis Alumni Tournament. Jon Mills and Abrahm Osgood took down Kevin Kite and Jack Robinson, 8-6, in the men’s championship. The team of Laura Brown and Amy Constantine won over Lucy Higgins and Julia Marsh,…

Lincoln County High School’s golf team will host a 2-Man Scramble on June 23 at Pebble Creek Golf Course.

Beech Grove United Methodist Church hosted its First Annual Corn Hole Tournament and Burgers Fundraiser on June 2. Taking first place was the team of Howard and Charlotte Bobbitt. Second place was taken by Kevin and Susan Spangenburg, and third went to Darryl and Rhonda Deist. Hamburgers and…

The 18th Annual Tee Off for Progress golf tournament, a fund-raising event sponsored by the Fayetteville-Lincoln County Chamber of Commerce & Tourism Bureau, will be held Friday, July 13, at Pebble Creek Golf Club.

A Hazel Green, Ala., volleyball team, made up of many Lincoln County athletes, recently took the 14 and under championship for the Madison County Rural Recreation League. Pictured here are (front, from left) Kayla Jones, Natalie Jones, Hannah White and Kenzie Widner of Lincoln County, Moriah…

Lincoln County High School senior Daniel Richardson (second from left) is the recipi-ent of the 2018 Ryan Gentry Memorial Baseball Scholarship. Pictured are (from left) Teresa Gentry, Daniel, Dale Gentry and Brileigh Gentry.Staff photo by Paul Henry

ADC 10U girls went undefeated, taking the Fayetteville Recreation Department’s Early Bird Softball Tournament title on a blistering day at the ballpark. Coaches are Bobby Graham, Jeremy Thomas and Samantha McFerrin.

Volunteers and participants in Saturday’s Working Out for a Cause fundraiser, benefiting Team Arlie, raised $900. Young Arlie Wolfe is currently undergoing radiation; all proceeds will be given to her family to help with medical expenses. Working Out for a Cause, hosted by Dance2Fit with Mon…

The Lincoln County High School soccer program is excited to bring you the 2018 “Kickin’ Grass” Summer Soccer Academy.

The 18th Annual Tee Off for Progress golf tournament, a fund-raising event sponsored by the Fayetteville-Lincoln County Chamber of Commerce & Tourism Bureau, will be held Friday, July 13, at Pebble Creek Golf Club.

Martin Methodist women’s tennis standout Skylar McDonald has been named to 2018 NAIA Women’s Tennis All-American, the national office announced Tuesday afternoon.

Fayetteville High School’s keeper, Keidrick Williams, makes a save in the Tiger soccer team’s region tournament match-up at home with Chattanooga School of the Arts and Sciences.Staff photo by Paul Henry

Riverside Christian Academy’s Lady Knights claimed their second consecutive Middle Tennessee Athletic Conference softball title. Here, Mary Faith Howell (21) gets a hit in the championship game. After the win, the Lady Knights had four players earn tour-nament honors. Alexis Bradford (third …

Riverside Christian Academy claimed the Middle Tennessee Athletic Conference (MTAC) soccer title. Pictured here are (from left) Tucker Lucas, All-Tournament Team; Storm Smith, MVP; and Adam Hamilton, All-Tournament Team.

Lincoln County High School’s Falcon baseball team made a run in district action down the stretch. After the Falcons’ 12-9 win over Coffee County in 10 innings, they followed up last week with an 8-7 win over Shelbyville.

Fayetteville High School’s Tyra Haston sent this shot high and out of the park in the Lady Tigers’ district tournament match-up with Moore County.Staff photo by Paul Henry

Fayetteville High School’s baseball team had three to receive All-District 9-A honors for their efforts during the 2018 season. Pictured are (from left) Mac O’Connor, Jeffrie Pettie and Drake McElyea.

Riverside Christian Academy’s varsity soccer team claimed the Middle Tennessee Athletic Conference (MTAC) title on Friday, taking a 5-1 win in the championship game.

Lincoln County High School’s Abrahm Osgood returns a forehand in the Falcon tennis Region 4 match-up at home against Murfreesboro Central Magnet School.Staff photo by Paul Henry

Lincoln County High School’s Lady Falcon softball team finished as District 8-AAA Tournament runner-up, going down to Coffee County in the championship game. The ladies advanced to Region 4 tournament action, traveling to Siegel on Monday of this week.

Riverside Christian Academy’s Lady Knights’ softball team claimed its second consecutive Middle Tennessee Athletic Conference (MTAC) championship last week. Pictured are (front, from left) Rachel Hill, Mary Faith Howell, Alyssa Hampton, Katie Hammell, Alexis Bradford, (rear) Sydney Ashby, Ma…

Fayetteville High School’s Weston Moon fires a bicycle kick in Tiger soccer’s match-up in the District 6-A Tournament semifinals. FHS advanced, taking the win over the Vikings, 3-1.Staff photo by Paul Henry

The 2018 Lady Tigers Girls’ Basketball Camp, conducted by Fayetteville Middle School Coach Holly Hoagland, will be held June 4-6 at Fayetteville Middle School.

Fayetteville Middle School’s Tiger Skill Basketball Academy will be held May 29-31.

Lincoln County Trap Team members winning awards during the “Spring Open” American Trap Association competition at the Nashville Gun Club were (from left) Nicholas Moon, Junior Handicap and Doubles; Michael Sisk, Singles & Doubles Event Champion; and Brandon Sisk, Sub-Jr Champion.