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home : sports : e-sports January 26, 2022

1/12/2022 1:45:00 PM
Tuesday Jan. 11th Scores

Wayne Howard
Reporter


Four Eagles players scored double figures as Lincoln Charter beat Christ the King Tuesday night 77-50. It was their 11th win of the season and their fourth in a row, keeping them in a virtual tie for first place in the Catawba Shores Conference with Pine Lake Prep. The Eagles are 2-0 in the league, the Pride 1-0 after a 50-42 win over Langtree Charter Tuesday night. It was the third win of the season for the Mooresville team, which is now 3-12 overall. Lincoln Charter is now 11-4.

Junior Elijah Burnett led the Eagles with 21 points; he had 7 rebounds, four steals and six assists. Junior Xavier Crawford had 14 points, hitting 3 of 5 three-point attempts; Jameen Moore had 13; and Keian Flowers, a sophomore, had 11.

The Lincoln Charter girls won 53-27 to improve to 10-6 on the season. Their 2-0 league mark has them tied with Community School of Davidson for the top spot in the conference.

Senior Laureh Horton led with 25 points; the Lusk sisters contributed 21: Maddie, a junior, had 11, and Katie, a sophomore, had 10.

The Eagles teams will host Mtn. Island Charter on Friday.

The Lincolnton High School boys team won their sixth game out of the last eight downing East Burke 65-52. The Wolves were led by Will Blackburn with 18 points; Jacob McGill had 12; and Eien Stencil 11. Brittain Burney scored 9, Deandre Smith 8, Dj DAnner 7. The LHS boys are now 5-8 on the season.

The LHS vs East Burke girls game was postponed; no make-good date has been announced.

Lincolnton will host East Lincoln On Wednesday (Jan. 12th).

West Caldwell's boys downed West Lincoln 76-63 to maintain the top spot in the Catawba Valley Conference. The Warriors are 5-0 in the league.

The girls didn't play because of COVID at West Caldwell.

The Rebels are scheduled to host East Burke on Friday.

The Bunker Hill at Maiden games were postponed until Thursday (Jan. 13th).
63-47, but Newton-Conover won the girls game 43-42.

Cherryville's boys beat Highland Tech 76-48.



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