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Nine Former Mountaineers Make NFL Rosters

Nine former Appalachian State University student-athletes remain on National Football League rosters following the teams’ mandatory cuts on Saturday that left the regular-season limit of 53 players in each organization. Second-year running back Travaris Cadet (New Orleans Saints), Full Story

Hairston's Court Date Pushed Back

P.J. Hairston, who has been suspended indefinitely by the University of North Carolina and men's basketball coach Roy Williams for his off-season problems with the law, Full Story

Satterfield Era Opens in Montana

A new era begins for Appalachian State football on Saturday when the 12th-ranked Mountaineers open the 2013 season at No. 20 Montana. Kickoff is set for 9 p.m. ET at Washington-Grizzly Stadium in Missoula, Montana. RADIO Saturday's game will be broadcast live on AM 1450, WATA Full Story

ASU Women's Soccer Falls to Colorado College

Appalachian State University women’s soccer fell in its opening game this weekend to the host Tigers of Colorado College. The Tigers proved to be a strong test for the Full Story

ASU Men's Soccer Ties Marshall

Appalachian State University men’s soccer opened its regular season Friday evening when it hosted the Marshall Thundering Herd. Senior goalkeeper Danny Free Full Story

ASU Volleyball Slams Loyola in Season Opener

Appalachian State University volleyball opened their season with a dominating 3-0 win against Loyola on Friday at the Holmes Center. The Mountaineers (1-0) swept the

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ASU XC Starts Strong At Covered Bridge Open

Appalachian State University men’s cross country placed second at the Covered Bridge Open on Friday.  The Apps finished their first meet of the 2013 season behind

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LMC Picked Ninth in Preseason Poll

The Lees-McRae College women's cross country team is picked to finish ninth in the race for the 2013 Conference Carolinas regular season championship, announced Full Story

'Dads Set SAL Record, Win 7-3

The Hickory Crawdads made history Friday night, with Joey Gallo slamming 3 home runs as part of a five homer night for the 'Dads in their 7-3 win over the Delmarva Full Story

Pioneers Win Sixth Straight

The Watauga High boy's soccer team remained unblemished on the season. And the Pioneers (6-0) also passed their first real test of the season Friday night with a 2-0 Full Story

South Caldwell Win Costly

The South Caldwell High football team opened its season with a 28-0 win against West Caldwell at Spartans Stadium Friday night. But the Spartans, two-time

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WHS Survives In OT

It wasn't pretty, but as the old saying goes, "a win is a win." And the Watauga High football team, which struggled mightly on offense Friday night with its star Full Story

Pioneers Nip Huskies In OT

The Watauga High football team kinocked off Ashe County 13-7 in overtime Friday night in a non-

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Great Smokies Shootout Has Positive Impact

The Hickory Metro Sports Commission hosted the 2013 Great Smokies

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Tar Heels Drop Opener

Mike Davis rushed for 115 yards and a 75-yard third-quarter touchdown as No. 6 South Carolina topped Full Story

Ginn Leads Panthers In Preseason Finale

Behind an explosive performance from wide receiver Ted Ginn and three more interceptions to bring Full Story

WHS Tennis Falls, 5-4

The Watauga High girl's tennis team suffered its first loss of the year Thursday afteroon. The Pioneers Full Story

Gallo Homers, 'Dads Lose Again

The Hickory Crawdads slammed two more home runs Thursday night, including the record setting 33rd Full Story

L-R Women's Picked To Repeat As SAC Champions

The Lenoir-Rhyne Women's Cross Country Team was voted by the South Atlantic Conference Head Full Story

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