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LMC Cycling To Compete At Collegiate Road Nationals

The Lees-McRae cycling teams impressed at two separate events over the last two weeks in preparation for the Collegiate Road National Championship, which

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Lenoir-Rhyne Baseball Wins Sixth Straight

The Lenoir-Rhyne Baseball Team (17-28) increased its winning streak to a season-high six games with a 4-2 victory over Montreat (17-25) Wednesday

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Apps Advance to Quarterfinals

Appalachian State University women’s tennis advanced to the quarterfinals of the 2014 Southern Conference Championship with a 4-1 win over Western

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WHS Soccer Blanks Panthers

The Watauga High girls' soccer team shook off the shock of head coach Brittany Bolick stepping down at the end of the season and defeated Hibriten 2-0 Wednesday night at Jeff Storie Stadium in Lenior, N.C. Full Story

Pioneers Pull Off Daily Double

The Watuaga High boys' and girls' track teams won the Northwestern 3A-4A Conference championships Wednesday at Jack Groce Stadium. The Pioneers won their fifth consecutive NW3A/4A titles. The WHS girls won nine events and bested the field with 178 points. Hickory finished second with 153 points.

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WFU Rallys To Beat Mountaineers

Despite six innings of near flawless pitching, the Appalachian State University baseball team was unable to maintain a two run lead, losing 4-2 to Wake Forest (24-15) Wednesday at the Gene Hooks Field at Wake Forest Baseball Park. Full Story

Bolick Dominates WHS

Hibriten High senior Drew Bolick was nearly untouchable Wednesday night. The right hander, who has signed with Western Carolina University, had a no-hitter for 5.1 innings before Colby Illich of the Pioneers broke it up with a solid single to center field in the sixth inning.

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Cure Bowl Added to Sun Belt Bowl Lineup

The Orlando Sports Foundation and Orlando Mayor Buddy Dyer announced Wednesday the creation of the Cure Bowl, a postseason college football game matching-up the Sun Belt Conference Full Story

Kostis Signs With App State

Like his older brother before him, Watauga High senior Demetre Kostis will officially sign his national letter with Appalachian State University.

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Pioneers Headed To Tarboro

The Watauga High baseball team will travel to Taboro, N.C. for the Tarboro Easter Classic next week. The tournament, which begins Tuesday with a homne run hitting contest on Tuesday, April 22, will feature a six-team field. The teams will be divided into two pools with a round-robin schedule. Full Story

ASU Exits SoCon with a Seventh Place Finish

Playing in its last tournament as Southern Conference members, the Appalachian State University women’s golf team finished in seventh place at the 2014 SoCon Women’s Golf Tournament at the par-72, 5,914 yard Moss Creek Golf Course in Hilton Head, S.C. Full Story

ASU Men Finish Fifth in Spartanburg

The Appalachian State University men’s golf team was able to keep momentum at the Coca-Cola Wofford Invitational despite multiple rain delays to finish tied for fifth at the par-72, 6,648 yard Country Club of Spartanburg in Spartanburg, S.C. Full Story

Vieitez Named SAC Player Of Week

For the second time this year, Lenoir-Rhyne University's Ivan Vieitez has been named the South Atlantic Conference Baseball Player Of The Week. Vieitez, a junior outfielder from Miami, Fla., batted .632 (12-for-19) with a home run and nine runs batted in to lead the Bears to a 5-0 week. Full Story

Crawdads Earn Doubleheader Split

The Hickory Crawdads split their doubleheader against the Kannapolis Intimidators Tuesday night at L.P. Fran Stadium. The 'Dads won game one 3-1, but lost the nightcap 9-2. Full Story

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