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Lady Falcon Softball's 19th Annual Border Battle

Lincoln County High School's Lady Falcon Softball's 19th Annual Border Battle gets underway this week April 17th-19th with 20 teams participating. Pool play begins Thursday at 3:30 pm, Friday at 3:30 pm and 9:00 am Saturday, all held at Lions Park.

Tiger Baseball drops three

Fayetteville High School’s Baseball went down in three games last week dropping two to Huntland and one to Community.

Currently FHS overall record is 2-12.

Friday the Tigers went down at home to Community 10-0 in five innings.

The Vikings scored 1 in the first second and third, 5 in the fourth and 2 in the fifth.

Lady Falcon Softball falls to Lady Trojans; Border Battle slated!

Lincoln County High School’s Lady Falcon Softball team went down on the road to Hazel Green, 6-1. On Tuesday of last week the ladies traveled to Lawrence Co. but the game was called early due to rain. That game has been rescheduled for April 28. Monday LCHS was to host Tullahoma and that game was postponed due to weather and is rescheduled for April 22.

Falcon Baseball drop two; wins one

In a week of out of district road trips Lincoln County High School’s Falcon Baseball team went down to Buckhorn and Sparkman then picked up a win over Marshall Co.

Currently the Falcon’s overall record is 11-13 and 5-3 in district play.

Falcon Soccer edged by Lions; ties Eagles

Lincoln County High School’s soccer team tied Shelbyville on Senior night, 1-1 on Thursday. Tuesday the Falcon’s went down at home to Columbia, 0-1.

Thursday seniors honored were Thomas Frye, Steven Ho, Matt Parker, Jacob Barcsansky and Tyler Jones.

Lady Bucks sweep Jackson St.


Lady Tiger Softball splits in weeks action!

Fayetteville High School’s Lady Tiger Softball team split in action last week. Thursday FHS took care of business defeating Middle TN. Christian in five innings, 12-0. Friday the ladies went down in a battle on the road to Cascade, 1-0. The Lady Tigers were to have traveled to Eagleville on Monday but that game was rescheduled due to weather to a double header to be played at home on Monday of this week.

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