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Football Harrells Christian at Davidson Day

Davidson Day shuts out Harrells Christian - CORNELIUS – Davidson Day’s football team jumped to a 20-0 lead in the second quarter, then saw bad weather shorten its victory against Harrells Christian on Sept. 12 at Bailey Middle School. The teams agreed to halt the game and declare Davidson Day (4-0) the winner. Davidson Day’s Anthony DiGioia was 6-of-7 passing for 162 yards, including a 33-yard touchdown pass to H Strachan.

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Football Hough at Mooresville 8-29-14

Mooresville High’s football team crushed visiting Hough 38-7 on Aug. 29 to improve to 2-0. Most folks thought it would be a close game between two of the lake area’s Class 4A teams, but Mooresville erased any drama by scoring three first-quarter touchdowns. The Blue Devils (2-0) used dominant offensive line blocking to spring running back Akease Rankin for 179 yards and four touchdowns on 25 carries, and quarterback Tommy Bullock for 105 yards and a score. Hough, which slipped to 1-1, scored on a late 28-yard touchdown pass from William Coleman to Caleb White.

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Football Hopewell at Lake Norman 8-29-14

The Lake Norman High offense topped 30 points for the second straight game and pummeled visiting Hopewell 38-7 in a non-conference football game Aug. 29. Quarterbac Josh Ladowski threw four touchdown passes, including one to Corey Joyner on the Wildcats’ first play from scrimmage. Lake Norman (2-0) ran and passed the ball well, and forced Hopewell to play from behind throughout. Hopewell slipped to 1-1 with the road loss.

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iKnight Tech Drive 5K RunWalk & Silent Auction

North Lincoln High School established a Tech Drive to replace and upgrade technology in their classrooms. On Aprill 5, 2014, they held a 5K Run/Walk fundraiser to help this cause. The 1 mile Fun Run will began at 8:30am with the 5k to follow at 9:00am. An incredible turnout for this great fundraiser to upgrade technology inside the North Lincoln classrooms. Photos by Patrick Nicholson.

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White Lightning 2nd Gym - Open House and Ribbon Cutting

White Lightning Athletics is GROWING and the official ribbon cutting & opening of their second location was held on Saturday April 5th. The newly constructed state-of-the-art gym is designed to be a world-class facility to develop the fast growing sport of competitive cheerleading. “Every year the skill levels escalate for what it takes to compete on the national stage” said Paige Coleman, Owner of White Lightning Athletics. Coleman added, “This 2nd facility, which is 10,000 sq ft, gives us the space and infrastructure to develop those skills”. Photos of these incredible athletes having fun with their "Cheer Family" and Friends. Photos by Nate.

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Davidson clinched the Southern Conference Season Title

DAVIDSON - Davidson College men squared off against the UNC Greensboro Spartans and with a dominant 79-46 win. The victory was the 11th straight for the Wildcats (18-11, 14-1) and clinched the outright Southern Conference regular season title - their 23rd overall and third straight. Davidson hit 50 percent of its field goal attempts, with 9 of 16 from behind the 3 point line. Photos by Patrick Nicholson.

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Long night for the Knights - Womens Varsity Basketball

The basketball season came to a shocking end for the Lake Norman Charter girls’ team. The Knights, top seeded among 32 teams in the N.C. 1A Western region, was upset 55-53 by Lexington (a No. 17 seed) in a second-round playoff game Feb. 26 in Huntersville. Lake Norman Charter finished with a 26-2 record and had its 24-game winning streak snapped. The Knights led 53-49, but were outscored 6-0 in the final two minutes. Photos by Patrick Nicholson.

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Hopewell and North Meck win MECKA 4A tournament titles

HUNTERSVILLE – The Hopewell High girls’ basketball team and North Mecklenburg High boys’ team won championships at the MECKA 4A conference tournament Feb. 21 at Hopewell High. Hopewell beat North Mecklenburg 56-46 in the girls’ title game. The Titans (22-4) were led by Mariah Washington’s 10 points. Taneesha Schott and Rhema Francis scored eight each. Dynasty Heyward led North Mecklenburg (17-10) with 19 points. North Meck won the boys’ title by beating top-seed Hough 55-52 in the championship game. Quay Collins and Taj Middleton scored 12 points each for the Vikings (22-4), Kendall Coles scored 10 and C.J. Bryce added nine points. Luke Maye had a game-high 19 points for Hough (21-5). Photos by Dana Pianowski.