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If you looked at stage 14 of the Tour de France, on paper, you would have seen a lumpy day with some small hills, and nothing really of note. In reality, it was from it. Again, just as we had in the Full Story

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The 2013 Hickory Crawdads are on pace to shatter the franchise's single season home run record. The team is only four homers away from surpassing the current record of 135. At the current pace of 1.4

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Faulkner, Crawdads Blank BlueClaws

The Hickory Crawdads received some great pitching and some timely hitting against the Lakewood BlueClaws Monday night, with LHP Andrew Faulkner tossing six shutout innings to lead the 'Dads to a Full Story

Rua Named SAL Player Of Week

Hickory Crawdads 2B Ryan Rua has been named the South Atlantic League's Player of the Week for July 8-14th. Rua becomes the fifth Crawdads player to win a SAL weekly award this year, joining teammates Full Story

Indians Fill Coaching Vacancies

St. Stephens High has named two new head coaches for varsity girls’ basketball and varsity baseball.
The school made the announcement on Monday. Betsy Reynolds, who was the junior varsity girls’ coach Full Story

Smith, Rusling Help Lift Dynamo To Division Title

Lees-McRae College's Thomas Rusling (Sheffield, England) and James Smith(Eastbourne, England) have played a vital role in the success of the Carolina

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WHS To Host Benefit Race

The Watauga High Pioneer Booster Club along with Watauga Cross Country, Pacers, and Lacrosse will be sponsoring the LCW Find Your Strength Races. The

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Webb Takes Second At Winston-Salem Street Vault

Rising Lees-McRae College senior Evan Webb(Salisbury, N.C.) has been hard at work this summer in preparation for next year's track and field season, posting a personal-best en route to a second-place finish in the Elite Division of the Winston-

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ASU Football Adds Four To Roster

Appalachian State University football has officially added four scholarship student-athletes to its roster, head coach Scott Satterfieldannounced on Monday during Sun Belt Conference Media Day at the Mercedes-Benz Superdome. The newest Mountaineers include inside linebacker Full Story

'Dads Flat Offensively In 5-1 Loss

The Hickory Crawdads struggled at the plate with a large portion of their everyday lineup missing in action Sunday evening, as the 'Dads fell to the Lakewood BlueClaws 5-1 at FirstEnergy Park. Full Story

Vickerson Homers Twice, 'Dads Win

Crawdads catcher Nick Vickerson looked right at home filling in at a new position Saturday night, as the versatile player launched two home runs, including an inside-the-park dinger, to help the 'Dads to a 5-1 win over the Lakewood BlueClaws at FirstEnergy Park. Starting just his second game ever at catcher, Vickerson had his Full Story

Jones Named Player Of Year, AGAIN!

The North Carolina Baseball Coaches Association has named former Watauga High player Ryder Jones the Class 4A Player of the Year. It's Jones' third Player of the Year award. He was named the Player of the Year in the Northwestern 3A/4A Conference, and he was named the North Carolina Gatorade Baseball Player of the Year. He's Full Story

Gainey Scores, Alouettes Lose

Ed Gainey, who played college football at Appalachian State University, scored his first professional touchdown Friday night as the Calgary Stampeders defeated the Montreal Alouettes 22-14 in a Canadian Football League game at Percival Molson Memorial Stadium.

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'Dads Blanked In Rainy New Jersey

The normally powerful Hickory Crawdads lineup was held in check Friday night, as a combination of stellar pitching by the Lakewood BlueClaws and rainy/windy weather resulted in a 4-0, shutout loss at FirstEnergy Park. The BlueClaws entered the game riding a season-high 5 game winning streak, a steak that starting pitcher Severino Full Story

Carter Improving After Heart Attack

Omar Carter, who played at Charlotte Christian and played two seasons at Appalachian State University, is improving but remains in the intensive care unit at Carolinas Medical Center after suffering what was described as a heart attack while playing basketball this week, according to his mother. Carter, 25, was taken out of a medically

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Pinson Shining At Peach Jam

Greensboro's Theo Pinson, who has made a verbal commitment to attend the University of North Carolina, is still showing off his game to college coaches across the country. Pinson, a rising senior at Greensboro Wesleyan, is playing this summer with the CP3 All-Stars AAU basketball team. Pinson is averaged 18 points a game and Full Story

Details Set for Fan Fest At The Rock

Details for Appalachian State University football's annual Fan Fest, which is set for Saturday, August 17 at Kidd Brewer Stadium, have been finalized. After featuring a concert with a modest admission charge for the past two years, admission for Fan Fest will once again be FREE in 2013. Full Story

Four Run Seventh Fuels Suns

The Hickory Crawdads entered Thursday night's game looking for the 3-game sweep over the Hagerstown Suns, but the 'Dads 3-1 lead disappeared in the 7th as the Suns rallied to defeat Hickory

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Top American At Tour de France Is A Rookie

The top American at this year's Tour de France is a rookie whose journey to cycling's pinnacle has been anything but ordinary. Andrew Talansky, 24, is in 24th place in his debut Tour, 13 minutes behind Chris Full Story

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