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Lynn beats Meek as final buzzer sounds; MHS girls win 42-26


LHS leading scorer Noah Jackson goes to the hoop, with Chris Clark shown for Meek.

LYNN - Lance Harris tipped in a layup as the final buzzer sounded Monday, Dec. 17, to win 51-49 over the visiting Meek Tigers. The Meek Lady Tigers won by a score of 42-26 over the LHS Lady Bears.
Lynn led most of the game, but Meek kept chipping away to take a one point lead late in the third period. LHS quickly regained the lead. With 14 seconds showing on the clock, the score was tied at 49, with Lynn capturing the last second win.

Lynn JV volleyball champs


The Lynn Bears junior varsity volleyball team had a successful season. In the Winston County tournament, they defeated Meek 25-13, 25-20. In the semi-final, Lynn beat Winston County 25-20, 25-8 and took down first seed Addison, 25-21, 25-21, 25-14. The Lynn Invitational tournament saw Lynn defeat Fayette County 25-23, 25-8 and Winston County 19-25, 25-15-, 15-7 in round robin play. They lost to Meek 25-26, 20-25, 12-15. In tournament play, Lynn defeated  Winston County, 25-15, 25-19 and beat Fayette County in the championship match, 25-12, 25-16. Members of the team include: Hannah Adamson, Ashley Aldridge, Ella Brown, Phebe Burkett, Lilly Davis, Chloe Gilliland, Lexi Ingle, Gracie Jordan, Samantha McCarter, Joley Sims, Kenslee Stokes, Laney Uptain. Manager is Ralen Norris and head coach Jessy Woods.

Lynn cheerleaders headed to Disney World for national championship


Lynn Varsity Cheer-leaders have represented their school and community well. On Nov. 15, they competed in the North Super Regional Cheer competition and brought home 1st place in 1A Division. On Dec. 8, they competed in Birmingham at the Southern School Regionals and placed 3rd in Game Day medium division and took 2nd place in traditional varsity non-tumbling medium division. Both came with bids to nationals. The squad will be traveling to Disney World, in Orlando, in February to compete at the ESPN Wide World of Sports for a national title. Pictured left to right bottom row: Faith Cagle, Alandis McDaniel, Amber Bridgmon, Maggie Alexander, Morgan Foster, Jenny Davis, Abby Garrett. Back row left to right, Audrey Duboise, Makenna Davis, Cassidy Dodd, Lexie Barton, Chloe Crowe, Riley Thacker, Ronica Gordon, Lexi Adamson, Breanna Dodd. Not pictured: Coach Andi Gibson and Sonya Knight.

Lynn’s newly appointed fire chief was junior firefighter


Tim Harris, right, was named Lynn fire chief effective Monday, Dec. 17. His father, David Harris, left, the former fire chief, stepped down due to health reasons.
LYNNLynn’s newly appointed fire chief was junior firefighter - The Town of Lynn has a new fire chief, who was hired in that position effective Monday, Dec. 17. Tim Harris, the son of the former fire chief David Harris, has been named.

Last second basket gives Lynn win over AHS


Noah Jackson goes all the way up for the two points for the Lynn Bears. He was the leading scorer for the Bears with 20 points.

LYNN - A last second basket by Lynn’s Brandon Hill secured a win for the Bears Tuesday, Nov. 4, over the visiting Addison Bulldogs, 44-42.
The Bulldogs had a 22-14 lead at halftime, but the Bears came out in the third period chipping away at the deficit.
With about four minutes left in the game, the score was tied at 35. The Bulldogs had an opportunity to tie or win the game, getting possession with 1.6 seconds left on the clock, but the shot was short.
The Addison Lady Bulldogs won by a score of 47-13 over the Lady Bears.