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Monken Heading To West Point

Army, which has lost 12 straight to its arch-rival Navy, has found its new head coach. The Cadets, who were 3-9 this past fall, have named Jeff Monken their new head coach.

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Charlotte Unveils New Logo

The Charlotte Bobcats, who will officially change their name to the Hornets next season, unveiled their new logo last Saturday during halftime ceremonies of Charlotte's match up with the Utah Jazz at The Time Warner Cable Arena. Full Story

Smith Has Sprained Knee

The pop that Panthers wide receiver Steve Smith felt in his left knee Sunday wasn't the air coming out of his season after all. Full Story

Pairings Announced For Catawba Valley Classic

The Hickory Metro Sports Commission has announced the pairings for the 27th annual Catawba Valley Classic High School Basketball tournament that will be held Friday, December 27 thru Monday, December 30, 2013. There will be no games on Sunday, December 29th. The tournament will feature the men's and women's Full Story

Richardson Leads Guilford To 9-0 Start

Zeb Richardson, who played at Ashe County High School, has Guilford College, a Division III school in Greensboro, N.C., off to a tremendous start.

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Attaway, Hoyle Named Preseason All-America

Western Carolina senior shortstop Aaron Attaway (Morganton-Freedom and Morganton-Patton) and junior first baseman Jacob Hoyle (St. Stephens) were both named to the 2014 Louisville Slugger Preseason All-America teams Monday as chosen and released by Collegiate Baseball newspaper. Both Catamount infielders landed

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L-R Ranked Second In Final D-II Poll

The Lenoir-Rhyne University Football Team (13-2), fresh off a trip to the national championship game, finished the season ranked second in the final AFCA NCAA Division II Coaches Top 25 Poll of the

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Hiatt Named NCAA Division II Athlete Of Week

Lenoir-Rhyne University's Jordan Hiatt has been selected as the NCAA Division II Athlete Of The Week By Women Play Ball. Full Story

Bears Drop Second Straight

The Lenoir-Rhyne Men's Basketball Team (5-4) was dealt a 72-59 setback to Lander (6-5) Sunday afternoon at the Finis Horne Holiday Classic at Horne Arena.

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Pioneers Stumble At Newton-Conover

The Watauga High wrestling team went 1-4 at the Newton-Conover Duals in Newton, N.C. The Pioneers defeated South Lake for their only win of the day. They lost to Davie County, Newton Conover, South Stokes and Enka. Full Story

Georgia College Nips L-R, 76-72

VThe Lenoir-Rhyne Men's Basketball Team (5-3) suffered a 76-72 loss to Georgia College (4-4) Saturday night on the first day of the Finis Horne Holiday Classic at Horne Arena.

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Bears Take Down No. 7 Clayton State, 73-66

The Lenoir-Rhyne Women's Basketball Team (7-3) upended seventh-ranked Clayton State (7-2), 73-66, Saturday afternoon on the final day of the Heritage Bank Holiday Classic at the Athletics & Fitness

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WHS Track Results

The Watauga High girl's and boy's indoor track teams competed in the NCRunners Elite Holiday Invitational at the JDL Fast Track in Winston-Salem, N.C., Saturday.

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Bearcats Claw Bears In National Finals

One of the greatest seasons in school history came to an end for Lenoir-Rhyne in a 43-28 setback to Northwest Missouri State Saturday in the 2013 NCAA Division II Football Championship at Braly Municipal

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Gilbert Leads Apps Past Milligan

Rantavious Gilbert poured in a career-high 22 points and Appalachian State University men's basketball scored its most points in three years in a 100-68 thrashing of Milligan on Saturday at the Holmes

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And there it goes.....

Yeah, that phrase best describes two of the greatest players ever to wear the blue and white of Watauga High. Jonathan Green and Ryder Jones, the "Sultans of Swat", were honored last Wednesday night at Lentz-Eggers Gym during halftime ceremonies of the WHS-Wilkes Central boy's basketball game. Full Story

Indians Win Fourth Straight

The St. Stephens High boy's basketball team knocked off Maiden 57-38 Friday night in a non-conference game in St. Stephens, N.C.

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Hairston's Career Over At UNC

P.J. Hairston's career is over at North Carolina. School officials said Friday that they won't seek Hairston's reinstatement from the NCAA after he committed several rules violations.

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L-R Women Down Lander At Holiday Classic

The Lenoir-Rhyne Women's Basketball Team (6-3) defeated Lander (5-5), 75-54, Friday afternoon at the Heritage Bank Holiday Classic at the Athletics & Fitness Center.

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