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The Lincoln County Trap Team brought home awards, including an individual national championship title, from the 2019 Academics, Integrity and Marksmanship (AIM) Youth Trapshooting National Championship held July 27-30 at the World Shooting & Recreational Complex in Sparta, Ill.

Riverside Christian Academy’s volleyball teams are hosting a program fundraiser on Saturday, Aug. 10, that will have a little bit of something to offer everyone. The fundraiser will be a rummage sale, bake sale and car wash. The rummage sale will include books, clothes and shoes, toys, baby …

Lincoln County’s Mason Thorpe caught this huge catfish, weighing around 35 pounds, at Guntersville Dam. The 11-year-old, who is going into the sixth grade at Highland Rim School, is following in his father’s footsteps – his dad, Chris, was voted “Best Fisherman” in Lincoln County’s Finest su…

Riverside Christian Academy’s administration and athletic program is excited to introduce Todd Langston as the new Knights baseball head coach.

The Fayetteville Area Swim Team (FAST) finished strong in the championship meet held recently at Sewanee. Out of a field of 10 teams, FAST finished in the fourth spot, just 20 points behind Athens who was third.

The Fayetteville Lions Club will hold its 26th Annual Football Jamboree on Aug. 3 at Meadows/Thompson Stadium at Lincoln County High School.

Huntland High School’s Ernie Roles III signed last week to continue his education as a student-athlete playing baseball for Tennessee Wesleyan University. 

A good crowd of tennis alumni returned to Lincoln County High School last Saturday and weathered the heat for Coach Jonathan Brown’s Third Annual Alumni Tournament. The boys had co-winners, Dietmar Berngruber and Eric Berngruber, along with Jon Mills and Abrahm Osgood. The girls’ winners wer…

Hallie Meeks of Fayetteville, daughter of Tim and Melissa Meeks, was selected to participate in the 2019 USA Softball All-American Games held June 8-10.

Lincoln County High School played in a 7-on-7 passing scrimmage last week against Moore County and Cannon County. The Falcons will continue workouts until the dead period, June 23 through-July 6. In 2019, LCHS will compete in a revised Region 5, 5-A, which includes Columbia, Franklin County,…

Fayetteville High School's Lady Tiger Basketball Coach Holly Hoagland will conduct her basketball camp at Fayetteville Middle School on July 9, 10 and 11 from 1 until 4 p.m.


The Fayetteville Area Swim Team is off to a 2-0 start this season in team scores. Last week against the Shelbyville Swim Club in the combined scores, results were FAST, 321, Shelbyville, 277; Women, FAST, 174.5, Shelbyville, 128.5; Men’s, FAST, 146.5, Shelbyville, 148.5.


The 18th Annual Kids’ Fishing Day will be held from 8 a.m. until 12 noon Saturday, June 8, at Stone Bridge Park Pond.

Members of the Lincoln County Trap Team have been practicing on their new trap field this spring and competing at regional trapshooting competitions as they prepare for upcoming state and national team events.


A series of group swim lessons, each aimed at various skill levels, is getting underway in June at the Patrick Rehab-Wellness Center in Fayetteville.

Lincoln County High School’s Lady Falcon tennis doubles are headed to the Spring Fling. The duo of Lucy Higgins and Julia Marsh punched their ticket, sweeping the Region 4-AAA tournament in Murfreesboro.

Lincoln County High School’s Lady Falcon softball team’s season came to a close last week, going down to Siegel in a region semifinal battle, 2-1.

Jammie Thomison, who played for the Lincoln County High School Falcons in the 2018 season, signed last week to continue his education as a student-athlete, playing football for City College in San Francisco, Calif. Pictured are (from left) Danasia Thomison, Brandi McCool, Jammie, Tina Posey …

Fayetteville High School’s Tiger soccer team advanced to the District 6-A championship with a 2-1 road trip win over Forrest. It was knotted at 1-1 at the end of regulation, and after the two 10-minute overtime periods, it remained tied. The Tigers ended up taking the win on penalty kicks. T…

Lincoln County High School’s girls won the district team tournament, 4-3, on the road at Marshall County in a match that came down to the last match on court.

Lincoln County High School’s Jackson Cothren has received and accepted an invitation to play for Team Tennessee in the 22nd Annual Sunbelt Classic Tournament in McAlester, Okla., on June 7-13.