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Kutless to Headline Christian Concert

The Hickory Crawdads have announced that Christian rock band Kutless will be the headline band this summer for the 'Dads annual Christian Concert. This year's concert is scheduled for Saturday, August

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Bobcats Cruise Past Belmont Abbey, 3-0

The Lees-McRae men's volleyball team hit .545 in the second set and held Belmont Abbey below .000 in the final two sets on its way to a 25-21, 25-11, 25-15, sweep Tuesday evening in Conference

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Beatty Steps Down At TCR

Jim Beatty has resigned as head football coach at T.C. Roberson High School. Beatty, who led the Rams for seven years, stepped down on Tuesday.

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Brewer Named Shrine Bowl Coach

Ron Long, Athletic Director of the Shrine Bowl of the Carolinas today announced the Coaches selections for the 2014 North Carolina Tar Heels and

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Here is a rundown of the middle school games played in Watauga County on Monday and Tuesday of this week. GBR would like to thank Andy Eggers and

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Panthers Down Pioneers, 67-62


The Hibriten High boy's basketball team posted its first win against Watauga in four years Tuesday night. The Panthers (8-9 overall; 4-7 Northwestern 3A/4A Conference), who were victimized twice by Watauga (13-8; 4-7) this season, bested the Pioneers 67-62 in a NW3A/4A Conference game in Lenior, N.C.

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Northwestern 3A/4A Conference Scoreboard....

The St. Stephens High girl's basketball team pulled into a third-place tie with South Caldwell Monday night.

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Limestone Hands LMC First Home Loss

Lees-McRae sophomore Alyssa Munson tallied her fifth 20-point game on the season, but LMC struggled in the first half and fell 70-55 to Limestone in Conference Carolinas action Monday evening at Williams Gymnasium in Banner Elk, N.C. Full Story

Charles Named SAC Player Of Week For Third Time

For the third time this season, Lenoir-Rhyne University's Jazmine Charles has been named the South Atlantic Conference Women's Basketball Player Of The Week. Full Story

Mountaineers Dismiss Paladins, 75-70

The Appalachian State University women's basketball continued its torrid pace by knocking off Furman 75-70 at the Holmes Center Monday night. The win moves App State into a third-place tie with the Paladins in the Southern Conference standings.

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App State, Charlotte Agree to Football Series

Appalachian State University and Charlotte have agreed to a two-year football series beginning in 2018, the schools announced on Monday. The series begins on Sept. 8, 2018 at Jerry Richardson Stadium in

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WHS Swimming Results....

The Watauga High boy's and girl's swimming teams wrapped up their respective seasons on Saturday at the Class 4A Western Regional championships in Huntersville, N.C. Full Story

Bobcats Drop Two at No. 20 Anderson

The Lees-McRae softball team dropped a pair of shutout decisions in a nonconference battle against No. 20 Anderson, 8-0 and 10-0, Sunday afternoon at Smethers Field in Anderson, S.C. Full Story

ASU Wrestling Suffers Loss to Chattanooga

An injury-prone Appalachian State wrestling team was victimized by No.20 Chattanooga 35-8 Sunday at Maclellan Gym. App State, which was missing four starters due to injury, managed to post a pair of victories on Sunday.

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Fox, Manning Denied By Seahawks

Quarterback Peyton Manning, head coach John Fox and the Denver Broncos were the sentimental favorites going into Sunday's Super Bowl XLVIII at Met Life Stadium in East Rutherford, N.J. Full Story

ASU Dominates Lees-McRae in Home Opener

Appalachian State University men's tennis was utterly dominant its home-opening matchup against Lees-McRae on Sunday as it won 7-0 at Deer Valley Racquet Club. Full Story

Northern, Graham, 1-2, at NJGT Tournament

Watauga High seniors Austin Northern and Austin Graham both medaled in their respective age group on Sunday at the NJGT Golf Tournament at the Lenior Golf Club in Lenior, N.C.

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Clay Stands Tall For Indians

Mallory Clay, who was a thorn in the side against the Watauga High girl's basketball team during her prep days at Ashe County, has really come into her own this season at Catawba College, a Division II school and a member of the South Atlantic Conference in Salisbury, N.C. Full Story

West Nails Winner In Season Finale

Cory West was the man on Saturday as the Watauga High freshman buried the game-winning shot with three seconds left as the WHS boy's freshman team closed out the regular season with a 51-49 win against Cloudland (TN) at Lentz-Eggers Gym. Full Story

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