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Big Win For Belmont Abbey

The Belmont Abbey Women's Lacrosse Team (5-6) held off a late rally to surprise Lenoir-Rhyne (11-4), 11-10, Wednesday afternoon at Moretz Stadium. With the victory, the Crusaders handed the Bears their first home loss of the year.Belmont Abbey's

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Limestone Doubles Up Bears

The Limestone College Baseball Team (12-25) handed Lenoir-Rhyne University (10-30) a 12-6 loss Wednesday night at Bears Field in a non-conference affair. Julian Bridges (Shelby, N.C.) was one of four Saints to finish with two runs batted in and added a

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March For Babies Set for April 22 at The Rock

Join ASU athletics' March For Babies Fundraising Team   March of Dimes' Race From THE ROCK 5K Registration Form. For the fourth-straight year, Appalachian State University athletics, in conjunction with the High Country chapter of the March of Dimes, will host

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Hardee Honored Tuesday Night

Watauga High baseball coach Pete Hardee received a prestigious honor before Tuesday night's game against Hickory. Hardee, now in his 17th year as head coach of the Pioneers, had the home dugout at WHS Field named after him by an anonymous donor. It was another worthy achievement for a guy,

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Pioneers To Play At McNair Field

For the second year in a row, the Watauga High baseball team will make the short trek to Forest City, N.C., for the East Rutherford Easter Tournament. The Pioneers who were fifth-place finishers in the field last season, take on West Iredell in the opening round Monday afternoon

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Pfeiffer/LMC Tennis postponed

Thursday's scheduled Conference Carolinas men's and women's tennis matches between Pfeiffer University and Lees-McRae College have been rescheduled due to the threat of inclement weather. Director of Athletics Craig McPhail made

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WHS-TCR SOFTBALL PPD

Watauga High Athletics Director Tom Wright has announced that the WHS-T.C. Roberson softball games scheduled for Thursday at the Sports Complex have been canceled due to inclement weather. No make up date has been announced. Friday's game with

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Thornton Named Track Athlete of Week

Lees-McRae College freshman Meagan Thornton (Millville, N.J.) has been named the Conference Carolinas Women's Track Athlete of the Week for the first time this season, announced league officials Wednesday.

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Saintine Named Field Athlete of Week

Lees-McRae College sophomore Nazaire Saintine (Douglassville, Ga.) has been named the Conference Carolinas Men's Field Athlete of the Week for the first time this season, announced league officials Wednesday.

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Pioneers, Greene Shut Down Hickory

The Watauga High baseball team got its revenge on Hickory and losing pitcher Ryan Garlow Tuesday night at WHS Field. The Pioneers, who were handcuffed in their last meeting against Garlow on March 9 at

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Pioneers Blowout Red Tornadoes

The Watauga High softball blasted Hickory 10-0 by the ten-run mercy rule in 4 1/2 innings on Tuesday night. The teams endured a one hour, 14-minute lightning delay with one out in the top of the fifth inning

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Grant, Kassouf Named Athletes of Month

Appalachian State University baseball continued to reel in the awards as pitcher Seth Grant and DH/1B Daniel Kassouf earned Southern Conference Pitcher and Player of the Month awards, as announced by the

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Xu Earns Golfer of Month Honor

On the strength of four top-six finishes, Yue Xu was named the Southern Conference March Golfer of the Month, the league office announced on Tuesday afternoon. She was named the league’s golfer of the week

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ASU Women Finish Second at Mimosa Hills

Rumbidzai Masamvu (Harare, Zimbabwe/Dominican Convent) turned in a pair of solid performances to take home fourth place and propel Appalachian State University women’s golf to second place at the

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