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Samford Netters SoCon Preseason Favorites

The Samford Bulldogs have been selected as the preseason favorite in 2013 by

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WHS Tennis Rained Out

Watauga High girl's tennis coach Beth Watts will have to wait at least one more day before she makes her head-coaching debut. Monday's season opener with Ashe County at the WHS Tennis Courts has been rained out. The match will be played on Thursday, August 22, beginning at 4:30 p.m. Full Story

Johnson Joins WHS Broadcast Crew

There will be a new voice on Watauga High football broadcasts this fall. Seth Johnson, who graduated Full Story

Pioneers Going Back Home....

High Country Radio and is proud to announce that Watauga High School Athletics is returning to its original roots this season. All WHS football, basketball and Full Story

Alfaro Homers, Crawdads Fall Short

The Hickory Crawdads rallied from one early deficit but came up just short in their second attempt Full Story

Men's Soccer Downs LMC

Appalachian State University men's soccer opened its preseason in dominating fashion and blew past Full Story

Alfaro, Williams Go Deep, Dads Win

Back-to-back home runs by Jorge Alfaro and Nick Williams combined with seven strong innings from starting pitcher Andrew Faulkner proved to be a winning formula Full Story

ASU Camp Report: Fan Fest

Approximately 4,500 fans braved a rain-soaked evening in the High Country to turn out for Appalachian State University football’s annual Fan Fest at Kidd Brewer

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ASU Women's Soccer Blanks Longwood

Appalachian State University women’s soccer was victorious on Saturday afternoon, defeating the Longwood Lancers by a score of 1-0. The goal for the Mountaineers Full Story

Baker Commits To Mars Hill

Senior catcher Luke Baker of Patton High in Morganton, N.C., has made verbal commitment to attend Mars Hill College, a Division II school in Mars Hill, N.C., to play Full Story


Chris Wallace, who led the Watauga High boy's lacrosse team for three years, has resigned as head coach. Wallace has relocated and is now living in Charlotte, N.C.

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Jackson, Holland, Osborne Pace WHS In XC Opener

The Watauga High boy's and girl's cross country teams officially got their season underway on Saturday by hosting the Pioneer Clash of the Classes at the State Farm Full Story

Hairston Suspended Indefinitely By UNC

P.J. Hairston's most recent run-in with the law has earned him an indefinite suspension from the University of North Carolina basketball team. The junior guard was Full Story

ASU Camp Report: August 16

In anticipation of Saturday’s pivotal Fan Fest intrasquad scrimmage, Appalachian State University football held a relatively light practice on Friday afternoon at sunny Kidd Full Story

ASU Named Top 15 Tailgating School in South

Appalachian State University has been named one of the top 15 universities in the South for college-football tailgating by Southern Living magazine, the popular Full Story

Power beat Crawdads 5-3

In a critical four-game series against Northern Division rival Hickory Crawdads, the West Virginia Power won the first game by a 5-3 final Friday night at Appalachian Power Full Story

Catawba County HOF Has New Home

The Catawba County Sports Hall of Fame was recently relocated to Highland Recreation Center at Stanford Park in Hickory. Catawba Valley Community College Full Story

Hokies Down ASU, 4-1

Appalachian State women’s soccer opened up its preseason schedule Thursday in Blacksburg, Va. against Full Story

Four-Run 6th Propels 'Dads

A four-run 6th inning was all the offense the Hickory Crawdads needed Thursday night, as the 'Dads rode

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