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UPDATED: Basketball Games Postponed....

Lavell Hall, Executive Secretary of the Northwestern 3A-4A Conference, has announced that all first-round basketball games scheduled for today have been postponed. Because the NW3A-4A Conference

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App Women Wins Second-Straight

Another weather-shortened match had no effect on Appalachian State University women’s tennis, as it cruised to a 5-1 win over visiting West Virginia State on

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No. 18 Rollins Rallies Late Against L-R

The Lenoir-Rhyne women's lacrosse team (0-2) came up short in its 2015 home opener, 13-12, to No. 18 Rollins (3-0) Sunday afternoon at Moretz Stadium. The Tars'

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App Stae Wrestling, Baseball Postponed

Due to winter weather conditions on the forecast, Appalachian State University wrestling's match in Lexington, Va. against Virginia Military Institute has been move from

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L-R Softball Improves To 10-0

For the second straight day, the Lenoir-Rhyne softball team (10-0) defeated both King, 12-4, and No. 8 Armstrong State, 9-8, Sunday afternoon at Armstrong Field and

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UPDATED: Regional Wrestling Results....

The High Country produced sis state qualifiers, two regional champions and a second-place finisher on Saturday. At the NCHSAA 4A Western Regonals in wrestling at

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WHS Sports Roundup....

It was a very busy day on Saturday for Watauga High athletics. The Pioneers had various athletes competing around the state. In swimming, WHS had two qualifiers in the

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LMC Roundup....

Scorching Bobcats Outmuscle North Greenville on Senior Day, 79-75: Senior Sean Deniton dropped 18 points and the Bobcats shot 53.6% in the second half

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No. 6 Carolina Completes Sweep Of Seton Hall

No. 6 North Carolina completed a three-game sweep of visiting Seton Hall with a 9-5 win Saturday afternoon at Boshamer Stadium. Carolina pounded out 12 hits on the

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App State Roundup....

Men’s, Women's Track and Field Finishes Samford Invite: Appalachian State University men’s track and field concluded the Samford Invitational on

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L-R Roundup....

Lenoir-Rhyne Softball Remains Undefeated; The Lenoir-Rhyne University softball team moved to 8-0 on the season with victories over King, 4-3, and eighth-

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Cold-Shooting Mountaineers Fall at ULM

A near five-minute scoring drought to open the half and an overall poor shooting performance proved too much to overcome for Appalachian State University men’s

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A Rivision....WHAT???

Well, it was nice while it lasted. For about eight hours on Saturday, the Watauga High boys' basketball team found itself sitting on top of the world. The Pioneers (17-6 overall' 10-4 Northwestern 3A-4A Conference), who have won five in a row and nine out of ten, were given the No. 2 seed heading into the NW3A-4A Conference

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Second-Chance Points Lift Apps Over ULM

The Appalachian State University women's basketball team snapped its five-game losing streak in dramatic fashion Saturday afternoon. A steal and a jumper by Katie

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Crawdads Announce 2 Christian Concerts

The Hickory Crawdads are excited to announce that the club has added a second Christian Concert to their 2015 promotional schedule. Colton Dixon and 7eventh Time

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No. 6 Tar Heels Open 2015 With 7-1 Win

Tyler Ramirez and Joe Dudek homered to lead a balanced offensive attack and No. 6 North Carolina opened the 2015 season with a 7-1 win over visiting Seton Hall

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No. 12 UNC Falls 89-76 At Pitt

A handful of Pittsburgh students handed North Carolina coach Roy Williams a condolence card covered in signatures and a lengthy banner highlighting one of program

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Polsgrove Wins State Title

It's been quite a career for Avery High senior Kylie Polsgrove, who will attend Liberty University, a Division I school and a member of the Big South Conference, on a track

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Lenoir-Rhyne Baseball Wins 17th Straight

The Lenoir-Rhyne baseball team (8-0, 1-0) increased its school-record winning streak to 17 games with a 10-9 win over Tusculum (4-4, 3-1) Friday afternoon in its

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