Author: Miranda Lamb

Lincoln Baseball Finishes Season Perfect in League

It took Lincoln County’s Lynx (20-6, 16-0) a few innings to warm up against The Meadows School (13-9, 9-7) last Friday, but they ended up with two solid wins to finish out the regular season. Lincoln started off the first inning with a run, stayed up in the second, and scored another run in the third. Though, in the bottom of the fourth inning, Meadows came back with three more runs and took the lead. In the next inning Lincoln scored another eleven runs. The ten-run rule kicked in and Lincoln won, 13-3. Tristan Davis pitched four innings. Alex...

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Lincoln Tracksters Compete at Moapa

Lincoln County gained a few more points at the Grant Buschman Invitational at Moapa Valley High School on Friday, May 4. Noah Smith took first in the 100m, at 11.18 seconds. Landen Smith had a time of 11.39 seconds. Benson Wadsworth was just a few places behind at 11.71 seconds, a season record. Alex Rowe achieved a new personal record at 13.06. In the 200m, Landen and Noah Smith both PR’d and took the top two places with a time of 22.60 seconds. Wadsworth also PR’d at 23.63. In the 400m, Rowe PR’d again at 1:01.91. Erjon Camag PR’d...

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Lincoln Softball Finishes Regular Season Strong

The Lady Lynx (17-12, 12-2) concluded their regular season with solid wins against the Meadows School (5-19, 4-10). Prior to that, they played an intense game against Virgin Valley’s Bulldogs on Thursday, May 3. Virgin Valley jumped out ahead 1-0 in the first inning. Lincoln got a couple more runs in the next few innings to take the lead and put the Bulldogs on the defensive. The Lynx had a 4-1 lead up until the sixth inning, at which point a few errors from the Lynx caused a few unearned runs for the Bulldogs. The game continued back and...

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Lady Lynx Get Hard-Fought Win Against Enterprise, Defeat Calvary and Democracy Prep

The Lady Lynx had a successful week. First, on Wednesday, April 18, the girls played an intense game against Enterprise. Then they rolled over Calvary Chapel and Democracy Prep in the following days. Enterprise capitalized on Lincoln’s mistakes in the inning. They took advantage of the Lynx’s slow start and scored twice, right off the bat. The Lynx had quite a few good hits when they were up to bat, but they were countered easily by Enterprise. Until the sixth inning, the Lynx could not seem to break the gap between them and Enterprise. At that point, Sadie Soderborg...

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Lynx Pick up League Wins over Calvary and Democracy Prep

Lincoln County kicked off last week against Dixie High School’s JV team. They ended up with four solid wins against Calvary Chapel and Democracy Prep, though Dixie’s JV beat Lincoln County, 9-4. Coach Wadsworth said, “It was a good game. Dixie’s got a great program; they’re a big school. We hung tough with them, but made a few errors. And that kind of cost us the game there. Other than that, it was great to have good competition, see some really excellent pitching, and just to try to put the ball in play against them and do what we do. It was definitely a very good learning experience for us.” The boys came back and showed what they had learned that Friday against Calvary. The first inning already had them up three runs. Lincoln held the Lions at zero and scored another three runs in the top of the second. The Lynx scored steadily, with at least one run every inning and the last two runs in the fifth, winning 12-0. Alex Vincent had two hits, with one double. Mason Thornock had two hits and two RBIss. Kobe Walker also hit a double. Dean Ottley had two 2 hits and two RBIs. Vincent also pitched this game and did a good job. Calvary only managed to get two hits. Wadsworth said, “Alex pitched the first game and did a...

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