LINCOLNTON – In his many different roles in high school athletics, Mark Lackey has always been a guy who instinctively knows when something feels right.Lackey, who started a second tenure as athletic director at North Lincoln High this school year, is also saddling up for another ride as the Knights’ varsity girls basketball head coach.North Lincoln is scheduled to open its season on Tuesday, Nov. 21 at West Iredell, and Lackey is looking forward to getting his new gig started.
DENVER – As a four-year starter already headed into the East Lincoln High girls basketball record book as one of the school’s greatest players, senior Destiny Johnson intends to leave nothing undone.She isn’t sure how many career points she has – unofficially it’s 1,576 in 72 games – but she understands what her role will be for head coach Jason Otley’s fifth season.“My role,” she said, “is to play out of my mind – make plays, play good defense … my role is to be the Energizer Bunny – bring...
KERNERSVILLE – The Denver area will have multiple title contenders in the fields – girls and boys – at the state high school 2A cross country championship races on Saturday, Nov. 4, at the Ivey Redmon Sports Complex in Kernersville.The top six teams in each regional on Oct. 28 advanced, and runners from North Lincoln and East Lincoln had strong showings at the Midwest 2A Regional on the same course that will be used for the title runs.North Lincoln’s boys had 48 points and won the Midwest 2A...
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