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Vieitez, Rumford Named All-State

Lenoir-Rhyne University's Ivan Vieitez and Brantley Rumford earned 2014 NCCSIA All-State College Division Baseball honors. NCCSIA is the North Carolina Collegiate Sports Information Association.

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App State Officially Joins Sun Belt

A move that was decades in the making came to fruition on Tuesday morning when Appalachian State University officially became a member of the Sun Belt Conference.

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Allen Named Freedom's New Football Coach

Well, it didn't really take long for Freedom High to find a new football coach. Afterall, the Patriots have a strong tradition, and they've won 43 games, which includes four consecutive 10-win seasons, in the last four years.

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Crawdads in 1st Place after 5-2 Week

The Hickory Crawdads returned to L.P. Frans Stadium for their first home stand of the 2nd half this week and continued their torrid pace through the month of June with five wins through the first seven games. The 'Dads have thus far posted a 23-3 record this month, already a franchise record with one game remaining.

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Patriots Take Silver At State Games

The Freedom High girls' basketball team captured the silver medal at the North Carolina Powerade State Games in Charlotte, N.C., in the High School Girls' Basketball Showcase.

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Guzman Leads 'Dads To Victory

Remember that old cliche', "If at first you don't succeed, try, try again." Well, Ronald Guzman of the Hickory Crawdads did just that. And he tried, and tried, and tried before all that effort finally paid off.

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Passed Ball Sneaks 'Dads Past Drive

The Hickory Crawdads just keep finding different ways to win. On Saturday, they scored on a passed ball in the bottom of the ninth and defeated the Greenville Drive 5-4 at L.P. Frans Stadium.

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Freedom Girls In Final Four

Both Charlotte-Ardrey Kell and the Weddington girls advanced to the semi-finals of the North Carolina Powerade State Games High School Basketball Tournament Saturday.

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Five Tabbed for Induction to Hall of Fame

Five former Appalachian State University student-athletes have been selected for induction into the Appalachian State Athletics Hall of Fame, Appalachian State’s Former Athletes Association announced on

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'Dads Drop Drive in Series Opener

Kellin Deglan and Jairo Beras both homered and the Hickory Crawdads bounced back by knocking off the Greenville Drive 6-4 Friday night at L.P. Frans Stadium  Coming off their first consecutive losses in six weeks, the Crawdads quickly righted the ship with a middle-inning rally against Greenville. Deglan, who was 2-4 with a

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DeCesare Named Bears' New Coach

Lenoir-Rhyne University has named Tammy DeCesare Head Women's Soccer Coach, Executive Director of Intercollegiate Athletics Neill McGeachy announced today. DeCesare becomes the sixth head coach

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Parker, Warren, Hairston Go In First Round

Another National Basketball Association Draft has come and gone. All the drama of who would be the No.1 overall pick was answered rather quickly by the Cleveland Cavaliers, who had their share of offers to trade that pick, when they selected Andrew Wiggins from the University of Kansas.

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Crawdads Held in Check in 3-1 Loss

The game of baseball is a great example of life itself. One day, you're up and nothing can go wrong. And the next, it's just the opposite. Well, the Hickory Crawdads, who went through a splendid run in recent weeks, have boaged down just a little,. The Crawdads (47-30 overall; 6-2 second half of the South Atlantic League

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Huskies Football Camp Starts July 7

Ashe County High football coach Brian Hampton has announced that the annual Ashe County High School Football Camp begins July 7. All first through sixth graders are eligible to participate.

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Huskies Summer Basketball Camp

The 13th annual Girls Got Game Basketball Camp was held at Ashe County High School June 24-26. We had a great turnout of girls entering 1st-8th grades. The girls worked hard, learned a lot and have some fun!

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Pioneers Announce August Fund Raiser

Watuaga High football coach Ryan Habich has announced that the Watauga County Touchdown Club is having a summer giveaway. Hall of fame coach Jerry Moore, the winningest coach in Appalachian State University and Southern Conference history, will be the guest speaker. The event will be held at WHS with an open

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N.C. Native Named Head Official

Lumberton's Brad Allen, according to the website footballzebras.com, will become the first rookie National Football League official in the Super Bowl era to be the lead official of a crew in his first season this fall.

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Probst Named New Football Coach At Ashley

Former Watauga High football coach Mike Probst was introduced as the new football coach at Wilmington-Ashley. He replaces Tom Eanes, who accepted the Patton head coaching job in late May.

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Bears Ranked In Several National Publications

The Lenoir-Rhyne Football Team, fresh off its trip to the national title game, has been ranked third and fifth, respectively, in Lindy's and The Sporting News 2014 NCAA Division II Preseason Top 25 Polls. Full Story

 
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