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Pioneers Advance To Sweet 16

Head coach Woody McKay and the Watauga High men's soccer team has revenge on its mind. And so far, the Pioneers (17-3-3) have evened the scored with a pair of opponents that victimized them in the last two-plus seasons. WHS picked

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Mountaineers Topple Top-Ranked Eagles Again!

For the second-straight year, Appalachian State University knocked Georgia Southern off its perch atop the NCAA Division I FCS rankings, downing the No. 1 Eagles, 31-28, on Saturday afternoon at jam-packed Paulson Stadium. Combined with

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Bears XC Competes At Southeast Regional Championships


The Lenoir-Rhyne Women's and Men's Cross Country Teams finished fifth and 11th, respectively, at the 2012 NCAA Division II Southeast Regional Championship held Saturday morning at McAlpine Creek Park. A total of 27 schools

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Rhein Breaks Dig Record, Apps Fall at Davidson

Courtney Rhein (York, Pa./Eastern York) set a new Appalachian State University volleyball record by notching her 1,832nd career dig in a 3-1 loss at Southern Conference rival Davidson on Saturday. The Mountaineers (7-21, 3-11 SoCon) fell to

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Bray Lifts Tennessee to Homecoming Win

On Saturday afternoon, Tyler Bray threw for more yards than anyone who's ever worn a Tennessee uniform. Turns out the Vols needed almost every single one to escape with a 55-48 victory over Troy on Homecoming in Neyland Stadium.

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Green Hope, Broughton Dominate State XC Meet

It just wasn't meant to be this sesason for the Watauga High men's and women's cross country teams. The WHS men, who raised some eyebrows last fall with an impressive sixth-place finish, finished 11th on Saturday at the North Carolina

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Pirates Dominate WHS In Playoff Opener

Any ideas the Watauga High football team had about pulling off an upset were put to rest right away by Porter Ridge Friday night. The Pirates (10-1), 37-4 in their last 41 games, scored on their first four possessions of the game and

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Red Devils Blank Huskies In Playoff Opener

The Newton-Conover High football team (9-3) marched its way into a second-round Class 2AA playoff game by knocking off Ashe County 49-0 Friday night in Newton. Newton-Conover hosts Bandys (8-4) next Friday in the second round. The

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L-R Women Advance To SAC Finals

The top-seeded Lenoir-Rhyne Women's Soccer Team (15-1-2) advanced to the championship match of the Food Lion South Atlantic Conference Tournament with a 3-2 win in double overtime over Catawba (13-7), the fourth seed, Friday

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ASU Cruises By Bobcats In Exhibition Opener

Appalachian State University men’s basketball opened its exhibition slate in style with an impressive 76-55 win over Lees-McRae on Friday at the Holmes Center. Tab Hamilton led all players with 20 points while Jay Canty (15), Nathan Healy

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L-R Men's Swimming Defeats Pfeiffer


The Lenoir-Rhyne Men's Swimming Team defeated Pfeiffer by a 151-110 score Friday evening in a dual meet at the Shuford Physical Education Center. On the women's side, Lenoir-Rhyne fell in a tri-meet to both Converse (67-37) and

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North Greenville Outlasts Bobcats In Four Sets

The North Greenville University women's volleyball team placed three players in double-figure kills and tallied 84 digs en route to a hard-fought 3-1 marathon victory over Lees-McRae College in Conference Carolinas play on Friday evening.

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WHS-Porter Ridge To Air On WATA

With the main power line from Tennessee Valley Authority down since mid afternoon Thursday, two High Country Radio transmitters, located at the top of Beech, were off the air with the outage.

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Pioneers Advance With First Round Win

The Watauga High men's soccer team has put together one of its best seasons since the Doug Kidd ear. And the Pioneers (16-3-3) extended their memorable

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ASU Opens Exhibition Slate With LMC

Appalachian State University men's basketball will open its 2012-13 exhibition slate when it plays host to Lees-McRae on Friday at 7:30 p.m. at the Holmes

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SoCon Title Hopes On The Line Saturday

The Appalachian State University football team, ranked 15th in The Sports Network Poll and 14th in the FCS Coaches Poll, looks to keep its Southern Conference title hopes alive on Saturday when it travels to face Georgia Southern. The Eagles are ranked No.1 in the coaches poll and No.2 in TSN poll. Full Story

 
ASU Volleyball Dominates Western

Appalachian State University volleyball dominated Southern Conference rival Western Carolina on Thursday en route to a 3-0 sweep at the Holmes Center.

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Falcons Edge Bobcats On Penalty Kicks


Britt Polly made nine saves and converted the decisive penalty kick to propel the Pfeiffer University women's soccer team into Saturday's Conference Carolinas

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Pioneers Headed To XC State Finals

Sometimes life just isn't fair. Take Watauga High senior Darby Middlebrook, for instance. A state champion in 2010, a state runner-up last fall, and a two-time regional champion, Middlebrook was aiming her sights on winning her second state

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