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WHS Track Results....

The Watauga High boys' and girls' track teams competed in a Northwestern 3A/4A Conference quad meet Wednesday at Fred T. Foard in Newton, N.C.

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Correction Concerning Powerade State Games

The North Carolina Powerade State Games will be held in Charlotte this summer. The game will move to the Triangle (Raleigh/Durham/Cary) in 2015-16, to the Triad (Greensboro/Winston-Salem/High Point) in

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Storm Wins Championship

The Watauga Storm ninth grade girls' basketball team won their first tournament of the year.

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Spring Practice Report — March 19

Appalachian State University football returned outside for the first time in two weeks when it held a two-hour practice at Kidd Brewer Stadium on Wednesday

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Strong Pitching Baffles Bobcats

The Lees-McRae softball team ran into some tough pitching while dropping a doubleheader at Concord, 6-0 and 1-0, Wednesday afternoon at Concord

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Three members will be honored by the North Carolina Athletic Directors Association as the 20th class inducted in its own Hall of Fame.

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Cycling Inks Five for 2014-15 Slate

Lees-McRae Director of Cycling Tim Hall is pleased to announce the signing of five cyclists for the 2014-15 academic year.

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Darden Taking Talents to LMC

Matthew Darden joined Polk County’s track team as a means to stay in shape for football. It turned out to be a life-shaping decision.

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ASU Tennis Topped by ETSU

Appalachian State University men’s tennis was unable to overcome a strong ETSU squad as it dropped its fifth-straight match in a 6-1 loss on Wednesday at

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No.21 Lenoir-Rhyne Sweeps Newberry

The Lenoir-Rhyne Softball Team (22-5, 4-0), ranked No. 21 in NCAA Division II, made it seven wins in a row with a South Atlantic Conference doubleheader

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Pioneers Gearing Up For 2014

Our 2014 first annual Lift A Thon will be March 24-28. Football players, athletes, and students who have been participating in phase 1 of the strength and conditioning program will max out in the bench, incline, power Cleans, squats, vertical jump, and broad jump starting March 24th. Full Story

Pioneers Drop Fourth Straight

It hasn't been the season Watauga High softball Stephanie Kostis envisioned. Well, at least so far it hasn't. The Pioneers (0-4 ovearll; 0-3 Northwestern 3A/4A Conference) suffered their fourth consecutive loss Wednesday night in Morganton, N.C. Freedom scored four runs in the fourth and four more in the fifth and Full Story

Baker, Watson Earn All-District Honors

Cameron Baker of the Watauga High boys' basketball team closed out his prep career on a high note as he was named to the All-District 11 team by the North Carolina Basketball Coaches Association.

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Along Came Jones....

Remember that old song by The Coasters. No matter how tough it gets, "slow walkin, slow talkin Jones" always comes along to save the day. Well junior Utah Jones has done just that for the Watauga High baseball this season.

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