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Cox Wins Fifth Frosh Of Week Award

The Southern Conference named its football players of the week Monday for all games played Saturday, Nov. 16.

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WHS-Avery Postponed

Watauga High Athletic Director Tom Wright announced Monday morning that the WHS-Avery basketball games scheduled for Friday night in Newland, N.C., had been moved to Thursday night.

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Belmont Abbey Eliminates L-R On PKs

The Belmont Abbey Women's Soccer Team (15-3-4) moved on to the NCAA Division II Southeast

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ASU Places 6th at Roadrunner Open

Appalachian State University wrestling captured some key victories and placed five, as the Mountaineers Full Story

No.14 L-R Earns First Round Bye

The Lenoir-Rhyne Football Team earned the top seed in Super Region II and will host an NCAA Division Full Story

Seven Pioneers Named All-Conference

The Watauga High boy's soccer team capped off its brillant season on Sunday when seven members of that team were named to the Northwestern 3A/4A

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Pennel Finishes Third At Nationals

Blowing Rock resident and Reebok/ZAP Fitness athlete Tyler Pennel had the best race of his young career on Sunday as he finished third at the inaugural U.S. National Road Running Championship. Pennel finished the 12-kilometer race (7.5 miles) in 34-minutes, 37-seconds, an average of 4:39 per mile. Full Story

Eagles Top Seed, ASU No.5 Seed In SoCon Tournament

Georgia Southern has earned the top seed in the Southern Conference Volleyball Championship. The event begins Friday, Nov. 22 at Furman University’s Timmons Arena. The Eagles finished the season at 13-3 in SoCon play and will face the No. 8 Elon Phoenix in the first round of the tournament. Furman is the No. 2 seed after Full Story

Bearcats Stifle Mountaineers, 77-49

After falling behind 9-0 in the first four minutes, Appalachian State University men’s basketball was able to battle back and cut the deficit to 13-11, but a late first-half Full Story


Cam Wood’s header in the 66th minute proved to be the difference as Asheville T.C. Roberson edged Raleigh Sanderson 2-1 in the North Carolina High School Full Story

Bears Win 10th Straight, Blitz Catawba In Season Finale

The Lenoir-Rhyne Football Team (10-1, 7-0) won its 10th consecutive game with a 48-15 triumph over Catawba (6-5, 3-4) in a South Atlantic Conference contest

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Peacock Breaks Receptions Record, ASU Wins

Andrew Peacock (Durham, N.C./Northern Durham) became Appalachian State University’s all-time leader in receptions and Appalachian State put together a dominant second-half performance in a 33-21 win over No. 24 Wofford on Saturday afternoon at Gibbs Stadium. Full Story

ASU Volleyball Falls In Season Finale

Appalachian State University volleyball suffered a three-match loss in its last regular season match to Georgia Southern on Saturday, featuring scores of 25-20, 25-17 and Full Story

Golden Bulls rally for 78-73 win over Bobcats

The Johnson C. Smith University men's basketball team overcame a 43-34 halftime deficit with a 17-5 run over the final seven minutes, rallying for a 78-73 Full Story

Bears' Late Rally Upends Huskies

Bunker Hill High rallied from 11 points down in the first half on Friday night to nip host Ashe County 20-17 in the opening round of the Class 2AA state playoffs. It's

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Pirates Vicitmize WHS Again....

Only this time around, the game was much more competitive. The Watauga High football team, which was simply embarrassed last season by Porter Ridge, gave the Pirates all they could handle Friday night in the opening round of the North Carolina High School Athletic Association Class 4A state playoffs at Jack Groce

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No Shave November: Week 2 Update

Lees-McRae College’s Athletic Department has joined the popular craze that is “No Shave November”. Today marks the end of the contest’s second week, and Full Story

ASU Women Romps LMC for First Win

Led by 29 points from Maryah Sydnor, Appalachian State University women's basketball routed Lees-McRae, 86-57, for its first win of the season on Friday evening at Full Story

Chambers nets 35, No.24 Livingstone Downs LMC

Freshman Mike Chambers (Winston-Salem, N.C.) poured in a game-high 35 points to pace the Lees-McRae College men's basketball team on Friday evening, as No. 24 Livingstone College rallied from a first-half deficit en route to a 102-82 victory on opening night of the Johnson C. Smith University Tip-off Classic. Full Story

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