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Lincolnton cruises past East Gaston PDF Print E-mail
Written by MC   
Monday, 15 September 2014 20:09

Lincolnton traveled to East Gaston for the second time in 4 days.  The game started Friday and was called due to lighting with 8:00 left in the first quarter with no score.  East Gaston received the opening kickoff and was forced to punt by the Wolves.  The Wolves took over and started moving the ball before the game was called.  

As the game resumed on Monday the Wolves picked up where they left off.  The Wolves scored with 5:59 left in the first quarter to go up 7-0.  As the second quarter got under way the Wolves scored again on a 24 yard run by Tarus Dameron giving the Wolves a 14-0 lead.  Later in the quarter the Wolves forced their third turnover and captized as Darian Roseboro scored a 4 yard run with 5:10 left in the second quarter.  The score put the Wolves up 21-0.  

The Wolves received the second half kickoff and drove the ball 75 yards scoring on a 8 yard run by Tyshawn Smith with 8:58 left in the third.  The score would put the Wolves up 28-0.  Lincolnton took that lead into the fourth quarter.  East Gaston got their first score with 7:21 left in the fourth on a  3 yard run making the score 28-7.  East Gaston would then recover a on side kick after a Lincolnton player touched the ball.  East Gaston would score pretty quick making the score 28-14 with 6:30 left in the game.  Lincolnton Coach Scott Cloninger would put his starters back in the finish the game.  The Warriors had a chance to pull closer after a Lincolnton fumble but Lincolnton's Jordon Easter would make a intereption to stop the Warriors drive.  The Wolves would then run the clock out.  

Lincolnton will start conference play at home this Friday against county rival West Lincoln

 
Crest 35 - Draughn 0 PDF Print E-mail
Written by JP   
Friday, 12 September 2014 21:26

The Crest Chargers traveled to face the Draughn Wildcats for their opening S.M.A.C. conference game of the season. The game was stopped with 5:02 left to play in the 2nd quarter due to lightening, with the Chargers up 35 - 0.

Crest received the opening kickoff and promptly fumbled giving the Wildcats the ball on the Crest 20. The Crest defense held and forced a long field goal attempt which ended up well short. The Chargers took the ball down the field and took a 7-0 lead when Tre Harbison took the ball in from 18 yards out.

Draughn was forced to punt on its next drive. Crest made it 14-0 when QB Willie Green hit Quentin Thompson down the right sideline for a 20 yard TD strike. Crest went up 21-0 as Green found Traquan Hopper for 30 yards.

Crest would move their lead to 28 - 0 as Green hit a wide open Tre Harbison on the wheel route for 40 yards down the Draughn sideline. The Wildcats played with heart, but were just no match for Crest. Crest made it 35 - 0 when backup QB Cameron Peeler hit Tyshun Odom on a 15 yard slant, with 5:02 left in the second Quarter. At this point the game was stopped due to lightening. The stadium was cleared. I have no idea if it will resume. I have no idea why it would.

Crest (3-0) will play host to the T.C. Roberson Rams next week at Sid Bryson Stadium.


 
Wolves Win Home Opener PDF Print E-mail
Written by Chad Crawley   
Friday, 05 September 2014 22:49

   The Lincolnton Wolves opened their home schedule tonight by hosting the visiting Wildcats from North Gaston. The festivities began with a special dedication of this years program to a lady, in every sense of the word, who was near and dear to the Wolves hearts. This years program is dedicated to the loving memory of Mrs. Elaine Garner. We miss her dearly as she played an integral part in Lincolnton athletics. 


   The Wolves wouldn't waste time putting points on the scoreboard. On their first possession of the game #45 Darian Roseboro, a Michigan commit, would find paydirt from 3 yards out with 7:51 left to play in the 1st quarter. The Graham Willis extra point would put the Wolves up 7-0. The Wolves weren't done there as #3 Quinlyn Harris would find the end zone on a 6 yard scramble with 3:51 left to play in the opening quarter. The Graham Willis extra point put the Wolves up 14-0 to end the quarter. 


   The second quarter turned out to belong the Wolves as well. The Wolves #3 Quinlyn Harris would score his second touchdown of the game by rambling 45 yards to the end zone with 11:49 left in the first half of play. The Graham Willis extra point put the Wolves in the drivers seat with a 21-0 lead. Not satisfied with that margin, #45 Darian Roseboro would punch the ball in from 4 yards out with 5:16 left to play in the second quarter. The Graham Willis extra point would be missed on a bad snap, leaving the Wolves with a 27-0 lead. But wait, the Wolves weren't finished. The final 57 seconds of the first half would see the Wolves add two more touchdowns. The first, an 18 yard TD strike from #19 Jordan Easter to #3 Quinlyn Harris, and the second a 37 yard TD pass from #19 Jordan Easter to #3 Quinlyn Harris. The two Graham Willis extra points gave the Wolves a commanding 41-0 halftime advantage. 


   The second half scoring would start with 5:11 remaining in the third quarter on a North Gaston safety with #50 Allen Cisco stopping the Wolves in their own end zone. The safety would put the Wildcats on the board making the score 41-2, advantage Lincolnton. 


   The final quarter of action would begin with another TD pass from #19 Jordan Easter. This time Easter would connect with #5 Chavis Russell from 19 yards out. The Graham Willis extra point made the score 48-2 with 11:45 left to play in the game. The Wildcats would not be denied a touchdown. With 2:54 left to play, #20 Prince Fox would punch the ball in from 2 yards out. The extra point was good giving us our final score of 48-9, as the Wolves would run out the clock on their final possession. 


WHAT'S UP NEXT: The Lincolnton Wolves (2-1) travel to East Gaston (0-2). The North Gaston Wildcats (1-2) are at home against Cherryville (1-2). 

 
Wolves escape Red Raider surge PDF Print E-mail
Written by Chad Crawley   
Friday, 29 August 2014 22:13

   The Lincolnton Wolves rolled into Belmont with one thing on their minds tonight, getting the train back on the tracks after dropping a game to rival North Lincoln last week. With DE Darian Roseboro committing to the University of Michigan earlier in the afternoon, the Wolves entered into tonights contest with something to prove. 


   The first quarter saw the Wolves capitalize on the strong running of...you guessed it, FB Darian Roseboro. The senior FB/DE put the Wolves on the board with 5:55 remaining in the first quarter on a 2 yard run into the end zone. The Wolves led 7-0 on the Graham Willis extra point conversion. The first quarter would end with the Wolves on top 7-0. 


   The second quarter would find the Wolves doing much of what they did in the first quarter, controlling the line of scrimmage. Senior FB/DE Darian Roseboro would put the Wolves on the board again with yet another 2 yard TD plunge with 3:22 left to play in the first half. After recovering an onside kick, the Wolves would run out the clock and head to halftime with a 14-0 lead. 


   The third quarter saw the Red Raiders take the second half kickoff on an 11 play, 67 yard drive that would end with a Ryland Etherton TD with 7:34 left on the clock. The third quarter would end with the Wolves leading 14-7. 


   The fourth quarter saw both teams exchange fumbles. The Red Raiders would capitalize on their fumble recovery with Tyler Muse taking the ball in from 29 yards out pulling the Red Raiders within one point of the visiting Wolves with 1:18 left in the contest. The Red Raiders two point conversion attempt would be stopped well short of the goal line, leaving the Wolves clinging to a 14-13 lead. The Red Raiders would attempt an onside kick, but Lincolnton's Alex Rhyne would recover the kick and cement the Wolves victory in a fiercely contested matchup of old cross county rivals. 


   The Wolves (1-1) will host North Gaston next Friday in their first home game action of the 2014 season. The Red Raiders (0-2) will travel to face the Golden Lions of Shelby. 

Last Updated on Friday, 29 August 2014 22:20
 
Crest 31 - Ashbrook 7 PDF Print E-mail
Written by JP   
Friday, 29 August 2014 21:48

The Ranch - Crest and Ashbrook met at Sid Bryson stadium both were looking to improve to 2 and 0 on the young season. Ashbrook was coming off a win against Burns and Crest was looking to improve after beating South Point in week one. Crest won the toss and deferred its option until the second half. 

Crest would strike first when PJ Brooks fielded a Green Wave punt on rolled 68 yards picking up key blocks along the way to the end zone. Alex Trejo's extra point made it 7-0 Crest. The Crest defense forced another Ashbrook punt. The Chargers moved methodically down the field behind the arm of Junior OB Willie Green and  the running of Tre Harbison. On third down from the Ashbrook 19 Harbuson took the pitch and pulled up and found a wide open Quentin Thompson for the TD, making the score 14-0 Chargers.

Crest would go up 21-0 when Green found Tyshun Odom down the right sideline on a 58 yard strike. Ashbrook's would get its lone score as Green looked over the middle, but the pass was picked off and taken back 42 yards cutting the Charger lead to 21-7. Crest Kicker Alex Trejo tried a 48 yard field goal as time ran out at the half, the kick had plenty of distance but was just a tad right.

Crest took a 28 - 7 lead after forcing a turnover deep in Wave territory, Harbison plunged in from 1 yard out. Trejo finsed the scoring with a 35 yard field goal for the final margin of 31 to 7 in favor of the Chargers.

Crest is on a bye next week, and will travel to face Draughn in two weeks.




 
Lincolnton's Darian Roseboro Verbally commits to Michigan PDF Print E-mail
Written by MC   
Friday, 29 August 2014 16:02

Lincolnton's stand out defensive end Darian Roseboro verbally committed to Michigan.

Earlier in the year Roseboro had narrowed his choice to six schools.

 Roseboro held a press conference today at Lincolnton High School to make his final decision.  


Last Updated on Friday, 29 August 2014 16:03
 
NG 26 BC 16 PDF Print E-mail
Written by jj self   
Saturday, 23 August 2014 10:02

After a scoreless opening quarter in which NG stopped themselves on two drives with fumbles and the NG defense held BC in check the Wildcats picked up 2 touchdowns for 13-0 lead going to halftime.
BC picked up a late 3rd quarter tD and 2 pt conversion to make it intresting.
Christian Stewart put a field goal through with 10:24 left to put NG back up 8 (16-8) and another with 5:42 left to make it 19-8.
BC had a massive return and took the ball into the endzone on a long pass to cut to 19-16 with 4:06 left.
But with 2:11 left Andra McKoy picked up a BC fumble and scored for the final margin at 26-16.

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Last Updated on Sunday, 24 August 2014 08:56
 
Crest Whips South Point. PDF Print E-mail
Written by JP   
Friday, 22 August 2014 23:22

Belmont - The streak is over. Crest having lost nine years in a row to South Point came into this one with one thing on its mind, and that was to end the streak, and they did just that.

South Point received the opening kickoff after Crest deferred, and started its march. The Raiders managed two first downs on the drive but the vaunted Crest defense bucked up and forced a raider punt. Crest methodically moved down the field behind tailback Tre Harbison who marched the Chargers down the field 60 yards and plunged in for the TD giving Crest a 7-0 lead.


South Point turned the ball over on downs on its next drive. On first down Crest QB Willie green hit Tyshun Odom on an 86 yard pass play for a touchdown giving Crest a 14-0 lead after the Alex Trejo extra point.

Crest would take a 21-0 lead when Harbison plunged in fro 3 yards out and the rout was on. South Point fumbled the ball on its next drive, Crest recovered, and QB Willie Green found Odom again, this time for 16 yards and a 28-0 advantage right before half. Crest had 210 yards and South Point had 72 yards at the break.

The second half was more of the same. Crest took a 35-0 lead when Harbison scored his 3rd TD, this time from 2 yards out. South Point managed two late scores on Crests second unit.

The Final Crest 35 - South Point 13

Crest plays host to Ashbrook in week two

 
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