Lady Bears come back to win 11-10 over She Bears

Lexie Dishner scored a home run in the fifth inning to give the Phillips She Bears a 9-5 lead over the Lynn Lady Bears. Lexie’s teammates congratulate her at homeplate.

LYNN - The Phillips She Bears had a 9-5 lead in the fifth inning after Lexie Dishner hit a homerun over the left field fence Monday, March 4. But the Lynn Lady Bears kept chipping away at the score to win 11-10 on an RBI by Morgan Foster to score Hannah Alsup in the bottom of the seventh. The Lady Bears scored 5 runs in the first inning, 1 in the fifth, 4 in the sixth and the winning run in the seventh. Pitcher Morgan Foster took the win. The She Bears scored 1 run in the first, 1 in the third, 5 in the fourth, 2 in the fifth and 1 in the seventh.

Lynn bats hot with 15-5 win over WCHS

Lance Harris kicks up a little dirt with a slide into home for the Bears. Ben Mitchell is the catcher for WCHS. Shown to far right is LHS Head Coach Kris Fischer.

LYNN - The Lynn Bears heated up things in the cool afternoon Tuesday, March 5, defeating the Winston County Yellow Jackets 15-5, at home. The game went five innings. Brandon Hill took the win on the mound for LHS. He had six strikeouts. Chance Majors pitched in relief.
Ethan Moore started the game for WCHS on the mound.
The Bears big innings came in the second with 7 runs and the fourth with 5.


Lynn, Meek JV take county cheerleading titles

Lynn High School cheerleading squad captured the Winston County Cheerleading competition. Pictured on the front row, from left are: Cassidy Dodd, Abby Garrett, Lexie Barton, Maggie Alexander, Breanna Dodd, Morgan Forster, Jenny Davis. Back row: Ronica Gordon, Lexi Adamson, Makenna Davis, Chloe Crowe, Riley Thacker, Faith Cagle, Audrey Duboise.

LYNN - The Lynn varsity and Meek Junior varsity cheerleading squads won the top titles in the Winston County Cheerleading Competition held Saturday, Jan. 19, at Lynn High School. Lynn and Meek participated in the varsity competition. Addison and Winston County were not present. All four junior varsity squads competed including Addison, Lynn, Meek and Winston County.  Addison was the junior varsity runner-up.

Winston County takes both Thursday games

Hannah Alsup squeezes in between two Winston County Lady Jacket defenders for a shot.

LYNN - The Winston County Basketball tournament saw varsity action Thursday, Jan. 24, at Lynn High School. The Winston County Lady Yellow Jackets defeated the Lynn Lady Bears in the first game, 48-30. The Winston County Yellow Jackets then took a 62-45 victory over Addison.
Scoring by quarters with the Lady Jackets leading all four period included, 11-6, 27-13, 34-22 and 48-30.

Meek takes one point win over Lynn; Addison girls nets win over Meek

Caleb Aaron, was the MVP of the Winston County Basketball tournament for the boys, puts up two points for Meek in the Lynn game on Friday night.

LYNN - It went down to the wire, but the Meek varsity boys eliminated the Lynn Bears from the Winston County Basketball tournament Friday, Jan. 25, 40-39.
Held at Lynn High School, Meek had a one point lead at the end of the first quarter 11-10. Lynn led at halftime by four, 24-20. Meek narrowed the gap by two at the end of the third period, trailing 25-27 and took the victory 40-39.
Scoring for the Meek Tigers were Caleb Aaron 15 points; Chris Clark 8 points; Stuart Waldrep 6 points; Payton Key 6 points; Kevin Chino 5 points.

Lynn takes win over Addison in double OT; Addison Lady Bulldogs put one in the win column over Lady Bears

Lynn Bear Brandon Hill is double teamed by Addison’s Kendrick Smith (10) and Eli Howse on a shot to the goal.

ADDISON - The Addison and Lynn basketball game played out as expected Monday, Jan. 14, at the AHS gym. The two competitive teams shot it out until the Lynn Bears won in double overtime 68-62.
The Bulldogs’ Lance Wilkins, who had 17 points and 12 rebounds in the game, suffered an ankle injury in the first overtime and had to leave the action.