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Mountaineers Down Bulldogs in Three Sets

Appalachian State University volleyball swept The Citadel on Saturday night, winning in three sets with scores of 25-11, 25-19 and 25-16.

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Bobcats Run Win Streak to Eight

Sophomore Sarah Mahar (Jacksonville, Fla.) and senior Kaitlyn Kerrigan (Lakewood Ranch, Fla.) scored less than five minutes apart late in the second half to lead the Lees-McRae College women's soccer

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Bears Win Sixth Straight, Crush Newberry

The Lenoir-Rhyne Football Team (6-1, 4-0) took over sole possession of first place in the South Atlantic Conference with a 35-14 victory over No. 23 Newberry (6-1, 4-1) Saturday afternoon in a league

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App State Soccer Falls to Eagles, 1-0

Appalachian State University men’s soccer played Georgia Southern closely, but fell by a final score of 1-0.  The Mountaineers’ (3-4-6, 1-3-1) Danny Free (Doncaster, England/Hall Cross School) made the start

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Tennessee added another Brick to Butch Jones' Brick-By-Brick mantra by rallying to upset No. 11/9 South Carolina on Saturday afternoon, 23-21, at Neyland Stadium in front of 95,736.

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Turnovers Doom App State In Loss to Furman

Five turnovers — Appalachian State University football’s most in nearly four years — led directly to 24 Furman points in the Mountaineers’ 27-10 loss to FU on Saturday afternoon at Paladin Stadium.

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Smith, Kanoy Qualify For State

The doubles team of Kelsi Kanoy and Meghan Smith of the Watauga High girl's tennis team will be making its way to the state tournament next weekend, October 25-26. Kanoy and Smith qualified by winning

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Mountaineers Drop Fourth Straight

The Appalachian State University football team suffered another setback on a rainy Saturday afternoon. The Mountaineers made five turnovers and lost to Furman 27-10 in a Southern Conference game at

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UPDATED: Pioneers Win Playoff Opener

he Watauga High volleyball team defeated Mooresville (4-17), the No.3 seed from the Northern Piedmont 3A/4A Conference, in a three-game sweep Saturday at Lentz-Eggers Gym.

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Dunn Leads Bobcats at Blue Ridge Open

Senior Tyler Dunn (Jasper, Ga.) put on a late burst of speed to close the gap and beat out a pair of NCAA Division I runners to lead the Lees-McRae College men's cross country team to a strong performance at Appalachian State University's Blue Ridge Open on Friday afternoon. Full Story

Bears Volleyball Wins At Catawba

The Lenoir-Rhyne Volleyball Team (11-5, 8-4) earned a 3-1 victory on the road against Catawba (3-11, 3-9) Friday evening in a South Atlantic Conference contest at Goodman Gymnasium. The Bears defeated the Indians by scores of 25-16, 17-25, 25-20 and 25-20. Full Story

App State Sports Roundup....

Field Hockey Drops Match to No. 15 Temple
Appalachian State University field hockey dropped a match 4-0 to no. 16 Temple on Friday at Geazey Field. The Mountaineers were down early as Temple's Alyssa Full Story

Saints Coach Bum Phillips Dies

Former New Orleans Saints Coach Bum Phillips is dead. His son, Wade Phillips, tweeted the news Friday night.

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Huskies Win Fourth Straight

Head coach Brian Hampton has the Ashe County High football team on pace to win its first Mountain Valley 1A/2A Conference championship. The Huskies (5-3 overall; 4-0 MVC) chalked up their fourth win in a row Friday night by overpowering winless East Wilkes 39-14 in Rhonda, N.C.

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A Huge Step Forward.....

The Watauga High football team may have lost the battle the last two weeks, but in the long term, the Pioneers are slowly winning the war.

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WHS JV's Lose Second Straight

The Watauga High junior varsity football team dropped a 27-13 decision in Lenior, N.C., to Hibriten at Jeff Storey Stadium.

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Mabel Wins Tournament Title

Mabel Middle School pulled off the daily double this season. The Mustangs (16-1) were both regular-season and tournament champions in Watauga County as they knocked off Hardin Park 2-0 in the title

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The Watauga High athletic department has announced that Friday, November 1 is going to be a very busy evening.  Not only is it Pioneer Pride Night with retiring the jerseys of Danny Triplett, who played on WHS' 1978 state championship team, and Eric Breitensten, who led the Pioneers to a pair of Final Four appearances in 2006 Full Story

WHS Wrestling Needs Your Help

A message from Head Coach Todd Allan:
On behalf of my coaches and staff, I would like to personally thank all our supporting cast for all you do for our Watauga Wrestling Program. As we enter a new season, I want to invite everyone to come out and watch us compete. As many of you already know, to wrestle and compete at this level of competition takes hard

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