|McCormick, SC||W 41-0||away||[FFN]|
|Abbeville, SC||T 7-7||BBF-LCS||[FFN]|
|Stratford Academy||L 19-35||away||[FFN]|
|Hancock Central||W 34-20||BBF-LCS||[FFN]|
|Warren County||W 34-6||BBF-LCS||[FFN]|
|Greene County||L 14-42||away||[FFN]|
|First Presbyterian Day||W 55-27||BBF-LCS||[FFN]|
|McIntosh County Academy||L 7-14||away|
Just a few stitches
Dr. Weems Pennington was a great town doctor, school supporter, and team booster. One incident really puts an exclamation point on this. In the early 1960s, a Red Devils player came out of the game with a bad cut on one of his eyebrows. Doc headed to the bench, grabbed his bad, had the player sit. Doc stitched up the cut and sent the player back in the game after missing only a play or two. That player was Weems Pennington II, who became a leading cardiologist in Augusta. His sone Weems III is a leading cardiologist in Aiken SC.
Lincolnton's first athletic title was the 1921 Atlantic Cup won in a track meet at Crawfordville.