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Drake Named Lacrosse Player of Week

Lees-McRae junior Taylor Drake has been named the Conference Carolinas Women’s Lacrosse Player of the Week for her performance during week five of the season, the conference office announced Tuesday

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Ashe County Scheduling Changes

Ashe County High Athletic Director Marc Payne has announced the following changes on the sports

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2015 Winter Sports Awards

The Ashe County High athletic office announced its award winners for the 2014-15 winter sports

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WHS Baseball Rained Out

Watauga High Athletic Director Tom Wright has announced that today's baseball game between the Pioneers and A.C. Reynolds in Fairview, N.C., has been rained out and rescheduled for Wednesday.

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L-R Football Sets Key Spring Dates

The Lenoir-Rhyne University Football Team has set dates and times for its annual Awards Ceremony and

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Monday's Sports Roundup....

Women’s Tennis Drops Road Contest at Gardner-Webb: Appalachian State University women’s tennis saw its four-match winning streak come to an end in a 4-3 loss at Gardner-Webb on Monday.

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Wildcats Spoil Taylor's Debut

They say the journey of a thousand miles begins with the first step. And sometimes, just making taking that first step without stumbling can be a challenge. Well,

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Vikings Eliminate Watauga

The tears running down senior T.J, Poulos' face told the story. Watauga's dream season was coming to an end. The Watauga High boys' basketball team, which put together one of its most successful

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Softball Moves SBC Series Moved to Wingate

Appalachian State University softball’s first Sun Belt Conference series versus UL Monroe, originally scheduled to be played Saturday-Sunday at Appalachian State’s Sywassink/Lloyd Family Stadium, has been

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Crawdads BOGO Party Patio Deal

The Hickory Crawdads are offering a "Buy One, Get One Free" Party Patio Deal, with fans receiving a free Party Patio when purchasing a regularly priced Party Patio for any April or May game.

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LMC Tennis Sweeps UVa. Wise

Junior Adam Chivers paved the way with his first career win as the Lees-McRae men's tennis team

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Obacha Launches School Supply Drive

In 2014, Appalachian State University men’s basketball junior Michael Obacha (Edo State, Nigeria/High Point Christian Academy) organized a shoe drive that raised over 700 pairs of shoes to send to

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Columbus State Downs L-R In Eight Innings

The Lenoir-Rhyne University Softball Team (15-2) fell to Columbus State (10-6), 5-4, in eight innings Sunday afternoon at the CSU Classic at Cougar Field. The

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Lincoln Memorial Downs Lenoir-Rhyne, 12-3

The Lincoln Memorial baseball team (9-7 overall; 6-3 South Atlantic Conference) completed the weekend series sweep with a 12-3 win over Lenoir-Rhyne (11-5, 4-5)

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No. 16 Maryland Knocks Off By App State

Despite a big day by senior Brandon Burris (Concord, N.C./Mount Pleasant), Appalachian State University baseball couldn’t overcome two big innings by Maryland and

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Apps Drop Second-Straight in Greenville

Despite grabbing an early 1-0 advantage by taking the doubles point, Appalachian State University men’s tennis was unable to hang on in a 4-3 loss at East Carolina

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Barnes Leaving Crest for South Carolina

Mark Barnes, one of North Carolina’s top football coaches, has resigned as head football coach at Crest High School to take a job in South Carolina, according to a report

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Extra Points: Springing Forward

The conditions Sunday afternoon in no way spoke to anything resembling springtime—35 degrees, gray skies, mounds of snow piled to the extremities of the Navy Field practice turf, some cold mist and drizzle the second hour. Nonetheless, Tar Heel coach Larry Fedora convened his team for the inauguration of spring football

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Vikings Reach Sectional Finals.....

Yes, they did it again!. The Avery High boys' basketball team, coming off its historic season in 2013-14, is just one win away from regionals. The Vikings, who have won 16 in a row (they haven't lost since East Burke knocked them off 55-54 on December 30 at the Freedom Christmas Tournament), marched their way to the

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