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Panthers release 2015 schedule

CHARLOTTE – Carolina Panthers fans will be able to feast on Thanksgiving football like never before. The Panthers will visit the Dallas Cowboys on Thursday, November 26, marking the first

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WHS Roundup....

Pioneers Win NW3A-4A Championship....MORGANTON - Well, were expecting anything less? Afterall, the Watauga High boys' tennis team has ruled the Northwestern 3A-4A Conference with an iron fist.

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Panthers Snap WHS' Winning Streak

BOONE - It was nice while it lasted, but the Watauga High baseball team saw its four-game winning streak come to an end in a 6-3 loss against Hibriten in a Northwestern 3A-4A Conference game Tuesday night at Pioneer Field.

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Two Apps Promoted To Triple-A

Former Appalachian State University baseball players, pitcher Ryan Arrowood and catcher Jeremy Dowdy, have been promoted to Triple-A by their respective organizations.

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Benson honored by NFF

NEW ORLEANS – Sun Belt Conference Commissioner Karl Benson was honored today by the National Football Foundation and College Hall of Fame as this year’s recipient of the Allstate Sugar Bowl Chapter’s

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There's No Place Like Home....

CULLOWHEE, N.C. - Well, National Signing Day may be over, but Western Carolina University football coach Mark Speir is still very hot on the recruiting trail.

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WHS-Patton Softball Rescheduled

Watauga High Athletic Director Tom Wright has announced that the WHS-Patton softball games scheduled for Friday have been moved back to Thursday at their regular times.

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Crawdads Escape With 5-4 Win

Asheville, NC - It was a remake of the "Tortoise and the Hare" Monday night. The Crawdads, who built an early 5-0 lead, hung on for dear life at the end for a 5-4 win against the Asheville Tourists at McCormick Field.

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Paige Undergoes Ankle Surgery

CHAPEL HILL—University of North Carolina men’s basketball guard Marcus Paige underwent successful arthroscopic surgery today to remove bone spurs in his right ankle. Paige is expected to resume basketball activities this summer.

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Another Day, Another Revision....

Well, we finally have all the details in place. And thanks to all the rainy weather we've had in the last couple of weeks, the spring sports schedule has been put through the ringer.

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Tendler Named SAL Player of Week

HICKORY, NC - Hickory Crawdads outfielder Luke Tendler has been named the South Atlantic League's Player of the Week for April 9-19, following his dominating 9-game stretch that helped lead the 'Dads to a league-best 6-3 record.

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Here We Go Again....

Yes, those nagging cancellations just keep popping up on the schedule, and the regular season is quickly winding down. But, thanks to more rain (nearly 3.5 inches of rain fell on Sunday), the Monday schedule never got off the ground.

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Four Bobcats Named All-Academic

HIGH POINT, N.C. - A quartet of Lees-McRae lacrosse players have been named to the Conference Carolinas Lacrosse All-Academic Teams, the conference announced.

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Stewart, Berry Named All-State

Seniors James Stewart of Avery County High and Kel Berry of Hibriten have been named all-state selections by

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Sox Promote Rodon

The Chicago White Sox aren't wasting any time bringing their top pitching prospect, Carlos Rodon, to the Major Leagues.

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Pioneers Split With Avery

NEWLAND - When you've had a tough year like Watauga High softball coach Brad Isaacs and his girls have had, every win is well cherished.

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Blue Ridge Classic Results....

ASHEVILLE - Three area seniors had big days on Saturday at the Blue Ridge Classic hosted by A.C. Reynolds High.

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Registration Open for App State Basketball Camp

Appalachian State University men's basketball will host a series of camps for boys in grades 3-12 this summer. The camps, which will take place both on campus and in Concord, N.C., will include competitive games, contests and individual skill instruction from the Mountaineer coaching staff and several

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LMC Seniors Shine in Rain-Soaked Win

BANNER ELK, N.C. --- Three Lees-McRae College seniors accounted for seven goals and four assists as the Bobcats outplayed Ohio Valley 14-10 on Senior Day in a rain-soaked lacrosse match Sunday afternoon at Tate Field.

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