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Trask, Cleveland Highlight Aggie Invitational

Lees-McRae junior Ryan Trask claimed two top-10 finishes in two field events while junior Rachelle Cleveland accomplished the same feat on the women’s side while LMC track & Field was at the Aggie

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L-R Softball Sweeps Mars Hill On Senior Day

The Lenoir-Rhyne Softball Team (35-10, 13-5), ranked No. 19 in NCAA Division II, swept a South Atlantic Conference doubleheader from Mars Hill (22-18, 6-12), 9-1 and 9-6, on Senior Day Saturday

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When Madison Makes Up His Mind....

Watch out, my friend. The Colorado Rockies found that out Friday night at AT&T Park. Trailing 3-2, Bumgarner (2-0) highlighted a five-run, fourth-inning rally with his first career grand slam in a 6-5 win. Full Story

 
Tourists Top 'Dads 9-2

The Asheville Tourists played long ball Friday night, they jumped out to an early lead, and they blasted Hickory 9-2 at L.P. Fran Stadium. Asheville's offense, powered by a pair of two-run homers by David Dahl in the first inning and Ryan McMahon in the third, staked the Tourists (5-4) to an early 5-0 lead. Starting pitcher David Full Story

 
Logan Named All-State

Gabe Logan of the Freedom High boys' basketball team was the only Burke County basketball player to be named to the all-state team by NCPreps.com. Full Story

 
Surprise, Surprise....

And it wasn't what Watauga High girls' soccer coach Brittany Bolick expected.

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Bears Overwhelm Mars Hill, 13-3

The Lenoir-Rhyne Baseball Team (14-28, 8-18) won its third straight game for the first time this season in a 13-3 victory over Mars Hill (16-24, 9-13) Friday night in a South Atlantic Conference contest at Bears Field. Full Story

 
Obacha’s Shoes Begin Journey to Nigeria

A busy week for Appalachian State University men’s basketball included not only the hiring of Jim Fox as the school’s 16th head coach, but also marked the next stage in Michael Obacha’s (Edo State, Nigeria/High Point Christian) journey to bring shoes to impoverished children in Nigeria. Full Story

 
Apps Dig Early Hole in 8-2 Loss to Citadel

Appalachian State University baseball banged out double-digit hits for the sixth-straight game but the Mountaineers left the bases loaded twice and never led in an 8-2 loss to The Citadel on Friday night at Beaver Field at Jim and Bettie Smith Stadium. Full Story

 
"I Can't Watch This....."

I'm sure that's the way Watauga High baseball coach Pete Hardee felt Friday night. And who can blame him. The Pioneers made six errors, they coughed up seven walks and they also hit two batters.

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Rooney, Tobias Named to All-Academ​ic Team

Lees-McRae seniors Katelin Rooney and Kathryn Tobias have been named to the Conference Carolinas Women’s Lacrosse All-Academic team, the conference

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Huskies Fifth At MVC Championships

The Ashe County High boys' golf team turned in a fifth-place finish at the Mountain Valley 1A/2A Conference championships at the Mountain Aire Golf Course in West Jefferson, N.C. Full Story

 
Pioneers Nail Down Another Title

The Watauga High boys' tennis team captured its 19th conference championship in the last 21 years (1994-2012, 2014) with a 9-0 win against Freedom Thursday at the WHS Tennis Courts on Senior Day.

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Beras Gives 'Dads 6-5 Walk-Off Win

The Hickory Crawdads christened their newly-renovated Crawdads Stadium in dramatic fashion Thursday night as they rallied for a 6-5 walk-off win over the Asheville Tourists. Full Story

 
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