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A week after knocking off No. 11 South Carolina, the Vols lost to the top team in the land, No. 1 Alabama, 45-10, before 101,821 at Bryant-Denny Stadium. Full Story

UNC Tops Boston College, 34-10

Bryn Renner threw for two touchdowns and North Carolina snapped a four-game losing streak by routing Boston College 34-10 on Saturday. Full Story

ASU Men’s Soccer Falls to Georgia State, 2-1

Appalachian State University men’s soccer fell to the Panthers of Georgia State on Saturday night, 2-1. The Mountaineers (3-6-6) fell for the second time in as many Full Story

Mountaineers Pull Off Five-Set Victory

Appalachian State University volleyball pulled off a win in a five-set thriller against Davidson on Saturday, featuring set scores of 21-25, 25-24, 23-25, 25-14 and 15-6. Full Story


No.11 Bears Belt Newberry On Senior Day

The Lenoir-Rhyne Women's Soccer Team (11-3-1, 7-1-1) celebrated Senior Day in fine fashion with a 3-1 win over Newberry (8-7, 5-5) Saturday afternoon at the Moretz Sports - Athletic Complex. Full Story

Bears Nip Mars Hill, Win Seventh Straight

The 24th-ranked Lenoir-Rhyne Football Team (7-1, 5-0) made it seven wins in a row with a 27-20 victory over Mars Hill (2-6, 0-4) Saturday afternoon at Meares Stadium in a South Atlantic Conference game. Full Story

LMC Sports Round Up....

Bobcats blank Trojans


Matthew Cureton (Waxhaw, N.C.) and Andrew Shoemaker (Raleigh, N.C.) each found the back of the net midway through the first half to lead the Lees-McRae Full Story

Mountaineers Snap Losing Streak, Trounce Eagles

And the Appalachian State University football team broke its four-game losing streak in a big way by knocking off No,24 Georgia Southern 38-14 on Saturday afternoon at Kidd Brewer Stadium. Saturday's win also broke a personal four-game losing streak at home.

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Patriots Take Over NW3A/4A Lead

Quarterback Titus Smith hooked up with Khris Gardin on an 80-yard touchdown pass with less than four minutes to play as Freedom defeated Hibriten 42-35 in Morganton, N.C., Friday night.

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Remember when John Elway led the Denver Broncos on that 98-yard scoring drive in the American Football Conference championship game in 1986. That game-winning march by Elway was labeled, "The Drive", and it got the Broncos into the Super Bowl. Full Story

No Mercy, Mountaineers Blast Bulldogs

After going 220 minutes last weekend without a goal the Appalachian State University women’s soccer team exploded for nine on Friday afternoon at The Citadel  to win convincingly, 9-3. Full Story

Bobcats Loase Fifth Straight, Swept By Trojans

The Mount Olive College women's volleyball team posted 12 service aces and a .333 hitting percentage en route to a straight set sweep of visiting Lees-McRae College Full Story

Radford Blanks Mounatineers

Appalachian State University field hockey suffered a 2-0 loss to NorPac opponent Radford on Friday night at Kidd Brewer Stadium. The match would be a battle as Full Story

Dunn Earns All-Conference Honors

Senior Tyler Dunn (Jasper, Ga.) finished 13th overall to lead the Lees-McRae College men's cross country team to a seventh-place performance at the Conference Carolinas Championships, and earn all-Conference Carolinas Third team honors on Friday afternoon. Full Story

Shields, Werner Pace Bobcats at Nationals

Kerry Werner (Birdsboro, Pa.) and Emily Shields (Salisbury, N.C.) each recorded a top-five finish in their respective short track cross country races to earn a spot on the podium, and pace the Lees-McRae College cycling team to a tie for second in the team omnium on Friday on the first day of the USA Cycling Collegiate Mountain Bike

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Pioneer Pride Night, Nov. 1

The Watuaga High athletic department has announced that Friday, November 1 will be Pioneer Pride Night at Jack Groce Stadium.

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Smith, Kanoy Reach Final Eight


A great season came to an end for Meghan Smith and Kelsi Kanoy of the Watauga High girl's tennis team on Friday afternoon. Smith and Kanoy, who turned some heads by finishing fourth at the North Carolina High School Athletic Association Class 4A Western Regional

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Panthers Win Third Straight

The Panthers entered Thursday night's game against the Buccaneers intent on putting doubt in the minds of their winless opponents early.

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Bobcats Poised For Strong Run at Nationals

The Lees-McRae College cycling team is in the midst of its final preparations for this year's USA Cycling Collegiate Mountain Bike nationals this weekend on Beech Mountain, fresh off a dominating win at the

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