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ASU Volleyball Falls Short Against Baylor and Colorado

Appalachian State University volleyball lost, 3-0, in straight sets to tournament host Baylor Friday evening at the Ferrell Center in Waco, Texas. The Mountaineers Full Story

Liscio, Leonard Pace Bobcats At King Invitational

Freshman Avalon Liscio (Naples, Fla.) posted 31 kills and fellow rookie Haylee Leonard (Walburg, N.C.) to pace the Lees-McRae College women's volleyball team to a Full Story

Alexander Fined For Throwing Punch

Defensive end Frank Alexander of the Carolina Panthers was fined $15,750 by the National Football League for taking a swing at right tackle Breno Giacomini of the Full Story

Very Impressive.....

Ever since he took over as football coach at Watauga High last spring, Ryan Habich has been talking about the importance of a balanced attack. But WHS (3-0),

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Pioneers Trounce Vikings, 57-36

It's been a while, but it was definitely worth the wait. The Watauga High football team, doing its best imitation of the Eric Breitenstein led teams that made consecutive trips to the Class 4A Western semifinals in 2006 and 2007, blasted Avery Friday night 57-36 in a non-conference game Full Story

Hairston Court Appearance Postponed

P.J. Hairston, who has been suspended indefinitely by the University of North

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Heels, Dogs To Meet In Taylorsville

Coach Monte Sherrill and The Alexander Central Fastpitch Softball team will be

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Gallo, Wolff Named Minor League Players Month

Hickory Crawdads 3B Joey Gallo and RHP Sam Wolff have been named the

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WHS JVs Win Second Straight

The Watuaga High junior varsity football team knocked off Avery 35-0 Thursday night in a non-conference Full Story

Tar Heels Unveil New Head Gear

The University of North Carolina has announced it will show off its new helmets in appreciation of Military

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Cougars Down Pioneers

The Watauga High girl's tennis team was sent reeling Thursday night. The Pioneers dropped a 7-2 Full Story

Pioneers, Vikings, Here We Go Again....

That's usually the case when the Watauga High football team hooks up with Avery in their annual showdown. These two have been butting heads for 46 years.

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ASU Men's Hoops Announces Schedule Change

The Appalachian State University athletic department has announced that the

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Pioneers Power Past Panthers

The Watauga High girl's tennis team won its Northwestern 3A/4A Conference opener by crushing Full Story

L-R Men's Soccer Blanks USC Aiken

The Lenoir-Rhyne Men's Soccer Team (2-1) picked up a 2-0 victory on the road over USC Aiken (0-2-1) Full Story

Mahar Paces Bobcats Over Catawba

Sophomore Sarah Mahar (Jacksonville, Fla.) opened her season's account midway through the 51st Full Story

Martin, Pioneers Upend Panthers

Hunter Martin is probably one of the least known commodities of the Watauga High boy's soccer team. Full Story

Wolverines Fall Short At East Alexander

The Watauga Middle School football team dropped its second straight game Wednesday night. The Wolverines (1-2) were bested by East Alexander 44-22 in Full Story

WHS XC Postponed

The Watauga High cross country teams had their Northwestern 3A/4A Conference relay meet postponed due to lightning on Wednesday. The inclement weather also Full Story

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