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North Lincoln moved into a share of the lead in the Western Foothills Conference with a 6-3 win over East Lincoln Friday.
The Knights are now tied with 6-1 conference records with Fred T. Foard and St. Stephens. The Tigers beat the Indians 2-1 Friday, handing St. Stephens its second conference loss and creating the three-way tie. With the loss, the Mustangs fall to 7-3 overall, 4-3 in the league. The Knights, who have now won four in a row, will play at Gastonia Forestview on Monday. The Mustangs will host Hickory on Tuesday.

The Lincoln Charter Eagles avenged a home loss to Pine Lake Prep from Tuesday when they beat the Pride Friday 3-1, but it wasn't easy. The Eagles got only six hits, but two of those came in the top of the 8th inning and gave Lincoln Charter two runs and a win that leaves them 10-1 overall, 3-1 in the Catawba Shores Conference, and tied with Pine Lake Prep and Community School of Davidson for the top spot in the league.
It was a pitchers' duel. Mason Smith went 7 innings, struck out 10 while walking just one batter, gave up four hits and one run--but it was unearned. Tyler Steele struck out three of the five batters he faced. Trailing 1-0, the Eagles tied the game on a double by Nick Sumiguit in the fifth inning; then scored the winning runs on sacrifice flies by Charlie Howland and Donnie Davis. The next game for the Eagles will be Wednesday (April 8th) at Langtree Charter.

Terick Bumgarner struck out 10 Rebels batters and gave up just four hits and one walk over six innings as the Bandys Trojans beat West Lincoln 11-1 Friday to remain on top in the Catawba Valley Conference. Bandys is now 7-1 in the league, 10-3 overall. The loss leaves the Rebels in a three-way tie for second place with Lincolnton and Maiden; all of them are now 5-3 in the conference. Bandys' bats came to life in the late innings as they scored two runs in the fifth to break a 1-all tie, 3 in the sixth, and 5 in the seventh. Zach Barnett went 2 for 4 at the plate and walked once, had a home run and a double and drove in three runs. Nolan Jones was 3 for 4 and also had a homer, driving in three runs. Bandys will visit East Burke on Tuesday; the Rebels will play at Maiden.

FRIDAY APRIL 1st
North Lincoln 6, East Lincoln 3
Bandys 11, West Lincoln 1
Bunker Hill 2, Lincolnton 1
Lincoln Charter 4, Pine Lake Prep 1 (8 innings)
Maiden 2, East Burke 1
Fred T. Foard 2, St. Stephens 1
Burns @ Cherryville (no score reported)

MONDAY APRIL 4th
North Lincoln @ Forestview

TUESDAY APRIL 5th
North Lincoln @ Statesville
Hickory @ East Lincoln
Newton-Conover @ Lincolnton
West Lincoln @ Maiden
Bandys @ East Burke
North Iredell @ Fred T. Foard
Cherryville @ East Gaston

WEDNESDAY APRIL 6th
Bandys @ East Lincoln
Lincoln Charter @ Langtree Charter
Newton-Conover @ Fred T. Foard
Maiden @ Draughn

THURSDAY APRIL 7th
Lincoln Charter @ Bunker Hill
East Lincoln @ Statesville
East Gaston @ Cherryville

FRIDAY APRIL 8th
North Lincoln @ Hickory
Lincolnton @ Bandys
Bunker Hill @ West Lincoln
Langtree Charter @ Lincoln Charter
Maiden @ West Caldwell
Fred T. Foard @ West Iredell



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