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UPDATED: Pioneers Drop Third Straight

The woes continue for the Watauga High football team. The Pioneers (4-4 overall; 1-2 Northwestern 3A/4A Conference), who began on the season on fire, have cooled off in a huge way of late. The Pioneers suffered their latest setback Friday night in Taylorsville. Alexander Central snapped a two-game losing streak

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Huskies Snap Three-Game Slide

Jonathan Cox scored two twice, and the Ashe County High defense smothered Alleghany Friday night as the Huskies defeated the Trojans 21-12 at Huskie Stadium in West Jefferson. The Huskies (3-5 overall; 2-3 in the Mountain Valley 1A/2A Conference), who snapped a three-game losing streak, had four interceptions and

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ASU Women's Soccer Defeats Mocs in Overtime

Freshman Samantha Childress’ golden goal in the 100th minute of overtime clinched Appalachian State University women’s soccer’s 2-1 victory over Southern Conference opponent Chattanooga Friday night at Finley Stadium. With the key conference victory, the Mountaineers’ extend their SoCon winning streak to

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Conference​-leading Belmont Abbey sweeps Bobcats

The Belmont Abbey College women's volleyball team posted a .230 hitting percentage and held Lees-McRae College to three service aces en route to a straight-set sweep in Conference Carolinas play on Friday evening in Williams Gymnasium. Belmont Abbey (15-3, 7-1 CC) won the match by scores of 25-17, 26-24, and

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Presley Activated By Dolphins

DeAndre Presley is living the dream. The former Mountaineer was activated by the Miami Dolphins from the practice squad to the 53-man roster

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Williams' Tumor Non-Cancerous

University of North Carolina men's basketball coach Roy Williams had a biopsy of the tumor on his left kidney Wednesday at UNC Hospitals. The results of

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Mountaineers Look to Make it 17-Straight Over Elon

Appalachian State University resumes Southern Conference play and closes a stretch of four home games in five weeks when it hosts Elon on Saturday

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VanDyke Signs With Bluefield

Watauga High senior Ashlyn VanDyke made it official Thursday afternoon as she signed her national letter of intent with Bluefield College, an NAIA school in Bluefield, Va., and a member of the

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Bobcats Move Into First Place

Senior Mary Dorn (Shallotte, N.C.) scored the first of three second-half goals on Thursday evening, propelling the Lees-McRae College women's soccer team to a 4-2 victory over Erskine College

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Apps Drop Five-Set Thriller to Catamounts

Appalachian State University volleyball dropped a five-set thriller to arch rival and Southern Conference foe Western Carolina on Thursday evening at the Ramsey Center. The Mountaineers

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WHS JV Team Wins Seventh Straight

The Watauga High junior varsity football team has found a way to remain unbeaten this season. They have won in lopsided fashion, and they've also won their share of nail biter as well. And

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The Watauga County Middle School Volleyball Tournament schedule has been released. The games will be played at Lentz-Eggers Gym and the Auxiliary Gym. The opening round will be played Monday night, the semifinals and finals will be played Wednesday night.

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Jackson Named SoCon Offensive Player of Month

Appalachian State University quarterback Jamal Jackson (Atlanta, Ga./North Atlanta), who ranks among the nation’s top 25 in five different statistical categories through the first month of the season, has been named the Southern Conference’s Offensive Player of the Month for September, the SoCon office announced

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Men's Basketball Reveals 2012-13 Slate

Appalachian State University men’s basketball released its schedule for the upcoming 2012-13 season on Thursday, Oct. 4 This year’s schedule features 14 home contests and several marquee non-conference matchups, including road games at Missouri, South Carolina and Virginia Tech. The Mountaineers will begin

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Jackson Named SoCon Athlete Of Month

Junior Jamal Jackson of Appalachian State University has been named the Southern Conference Player of the Month in football. Jackson led the Southern Conference and ranked eighth nationally

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Hamilton Named SoCon Athlete of Month

Senior Amanda Hamilton was named Southern Conference September athlete of the month for women’s cross country after her outstanding performance this past month, the league

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The North Carolina High School Athletic Association announced today that 127 member schools in the NCHSAA were ejection free in all of their athletic contests during the 2011-12 school year.

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Vote For 'Dads For An MiLBY Award

Vote for Crawdads collision photo as best of the year has launched the 8th Annual Minor League Baseball Yearly (MiLBY) Awards in which fans can vote for the top players, moments and more from the 2012 season. Up for Photo of the Year is

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No.19 Bears Blank Queens

The Lenoir-Rhyne Women's Soccer Team (8-1), ranked No. 19 in NCAA Division II, shut out Queens (4-6-1), 4-0, Wednesday night in a non-conference contest at the Moretz Sports - Athletic

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