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Bears Hold On To Defeat Wingate, 55-53

The Lenoir-Rhyne Women's Basketball Team (13-6, 8-3) bounced back to defeat Wingate (10-11, 4-6), 55-53, Wednesday evening at Shuford Memorial

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Catamounts Ink 21 on National Signing Day

Western Carolina second-year head football coach Mark Speir today announced the signing of 21 student-athletes - all high school seniors - to National Letters of Intent

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Turner, Tigers Blast WHS

For the first three quarters of Wednesday night's game at Lentz-Eggers Gym, the Fred T. foard High boys basketball team did not resemble a first-place

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Tigers Rip Pioneers, 70-39

When the week began, Watauga High girls basketball coach Klay Anderson was toying with the idea of pulling off a possible upset at home against one of the top two teams in the Northwestern 3A/4A Conference. Well, the Pioneers first attempt

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ASU Football Signs 14 to National Letters

Fourteen student-athletes signed National Letters of Intent on Wednesday to join Appalachian State University's football program in 2013, first-year head coach Scott Satterfield announced.  Wednesday's signees — all high-school seniors — brings the total number of scholarship athletes Full Story

 
MIDDLE SCHOOL BASKETBALL

The Hardin Park Middle School boys basketball team defeated Green Valley 37-33 in the completion of a suspended game that was stopped because of wintry

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Falcons Sweep Bobcats In League Play

The Pfeiffer University men's volleyball team recorded 11 blocks and a .446 hitting percentage en route to a straight-set sweep of Lees-McRae College in

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Pioneers Blast Cougars, 58-41

For a team that didn't practiced for five days because of the wintry weather that invaded the High Country last last week, the Watauga High boys basketball

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Ritchie Leads Cougars Past WHS

Alexander Central High girls basketball coach Matt Taylor has had his anxious moments against the Pioneers on the road. And Tuesday night was no exception. Watauga gave the Cougars all they could handle before Marie Ritchie caught fire in

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ASU Athletics Strategic Plan

With the consistently evolving landscape of NCAA Division I Athletics, during 2012, the Department of Athletics engaged in a strategic planning process. Our athletics staff and other invested stakeholders

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WHS Track Ventures To State Finals Saturday

Hard to believe, but the winter sports season is quickly winding down. Saturday, another indoor track season with come to a close. And the Watuaga High boys and girls track teams will right in the mix.

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Bookwalter Holds Off Peloton For Win

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A typically windswept day of racing at the Tour of Qatar ended with a surprise winner as Brent Bookwalter (BMC) claimed victory on stage 1 to Dukhan Beach. The American was part of a three-man

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Harpenau Named Conference Carolinas Player of Week

Lees-McRae College junior Matt Harpenau (Cincinnati, Ohio) has been named the Conference Carolinas Men's Volleyball Player of the Week for the first time this season, joining Joshua Jones (Christmas, Fla.)

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Ford Named SoCon Player of Week Again

Elon’s Ali Ford has been named the Southern Conference Women’s Basketball Player of the Week for games through February 4, the league office announced today. It’s her second Player of the Week

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Healy's Performance an NCAA Best

Appalachian State University men's basketball senior Nathan Healy put together one of the best performances in all of NCAA Division I this season when he posted a game-high 24 points to go along

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Helms Suspended with Pay


Freedom High football coach Michael Helms, who won his 100th career game this fall, was arrested Friday for assaulting his son in a hallway during the 16-year-old's junior varsity basketball game at

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Dillingham Named SAC Player Of Week

Lenoir-Rhyne's Denzel Dillingham has been named the South Atlantic Conference Men's Basketball Player Of The Week, league officials announced today. Dillingham wins the award for the second time this year. Dillingham, a sophomore guard

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BRACKETBUSTER PAIRINGS ANNOUNCED

Four Southern Conference men’s basketball teams learned their pairings for the 2013 RAMADA Worldwide BracketBuster event earlier today (February 4).   Davidson, the College of Charleston and Western Carolina were designated as home

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McKaig Cracks Top Ten At U.S. XC Championships

Alissa Mckaig of Zap Fitness Foundation in Blowing Rock, N.C., and a member of the Reebok Zapfitness running team, finished ninth last Saturday at the United States Cross Country Championships, which took place in St Louis, Missouri's

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