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Here is a run down of the middle school volleyball games played around Watauga County Monday night. GBR would like to thank Andy Eggers for providing us with these results and league standings. Full Story

Chalk Up Another One

You can say one thing about the Watauga High girl's tennis team. Since 1996, the Pioneers have had several different coaches, but they've been a resilent group.
WHS has rattled off more than its share of conference championships. And the Pioneers clinched a tie for the Northwestern 3A/4A Conference title Monday night. WHS

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SBC Announces Corporate Partnership

The Sun Belt Conference and ScreenTech announced today that the Dothan, Ala. based apparel and accessory manufacturer has signed as a corporate partner for the New Orleans based collegiate athletics conference. Full Story


The North Carolina High School Athletic Association presented special awards at its just completed eight regional meetings across the state. Commissioner Davis Whitfield of the NCHSAA, on behalf of the Association, presented both the Charlie Adams Distinguished Service Awards and the Special Person awards to recipients in Full Story

Mahoney Named Defensive Player of Week

Appalachian State University volleyball player Meghan Mahoney (Leawood, Kan./Blue Valley) was named Southern Conference Defensive Player of the Week, announced by the league office on Monday, Sept. 30. Mahoney, a sophomore libero from Leawood, Kan., played a pivotal role in both of the conference matches last week, Full Story

Cox Honored by SoCon Again

For the second week in a row, Appalachian State University running back Marcus Cox(Dacula, Ga./Dacula) has been honored as the Southern Conference

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Former Star Player Dies

Former A.C. Reynolds High football star, A.J. Marion on, was shot and killed on Sunday morning after police say he was involved in a break-in and fired a gun as he was being chased by Asheville police

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ASU Men's Soccer Ties No.17 Furman

Appalachian State University men’s soccer played host to the No. 17 nationally ranked Furman Paladins on Sunday afternoon. The Mountaineers (2-1-6, 0-0-1) got on the board first in the 26th minute. Alex

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ASU Women’s Soccer Ties Elon

Appalachian State University women’s soccer hosted Elon on Sunday afternoon and tied for the second time in conference play. The Mountaineers (3-4-2, 0-0-2) found themselves down early in the

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ASU Wraps Up Wake Forest Invitational

Jessica Thaggard advanced to the fifth-place match and Appalachian State University women's tennis picked up nine total wins at the Wake Forest Invitational over the weekend.

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Mansure Finishes Fourth At HC Classic

Kathleen Mansure has put together a consistent season for the Watauga High girl's cross country team. On Saturday, Manure, who captured the gold at the Caldwell County Invitational on September 4, continued her strong pace by finishing fourth on Saturday in the High Country Classic hosted by WHS at the State Farm Fields. Full Story

Bobcats Push Winning Streak To Four

Freshman Marvyn Rieger (Frankfurt, Germany) scored midway through the 26th minute, and Scott Alford (Hillsborough, N.C.) added a goal and an assist to lead the Lees-McRae College men's soccer team to a decisive 3-0 win over North Greenville University in Conference Carolinas play on Saturday evening. With the win, Full Story

Mahar's Late Goal Lifts LMC Over Crusaders

Sophomore Sarah Mahar (Jacksonville, Fla.) scored her second goal of the season in the early moments of the 90th minute to lead the Lees-McRae College women's soccer team to a 1-0 win over North Greenville University in Conference Carolinas play on Saturday afternoon. Lees-McRae (2-6, 1-1 CC) controlled the run of play for Full Story

Lenoir-Rhyne Prevails In Overtime

The Lenoir-Rhyne Men's Soccer Team (6-2, 2-1) came through in overtime to beat Lincoln Memorial (3-4-1, 1-2-1), 2-1, Saturday night at the Moretz Sports - Athletic Complex in a South Atlantic Conference match. For the second time this year, L-R junior midfielder Daniel Delderfield (Milton Keyes, ENGLAND) scored the match-winning Full Story

Dunn, Peterman Pace LMC At Charlotte Invitational

Senior Tyler Dunn (Jasper, Ga.) finished 36th to pace the Lees-McRae College men's cross country team to a strong performance at the UNC Charlotte Invitational on Saturday afternoon. Full Story

L-R Women's Soccer Downs Lincoln Memorial, 3-1

The Lenoir-Rhyne Women's Soccer Team (4-2-1, 2-0-1) picked up a key South Atlantic Conference victory over Lincoln Memorial (4-2-1, 3-1), 3-1, Saturday afternoon at the Moretz Sports - Athletic Complex thanks to three first-half goals. L-R sophomore midfielder Garcelle Alequine (Wilmington, Del.) scored two goals as the Bears Full Story

Bobcats Drop Two At Erskine Tri-Match

Haydn Beatty (Norman, Okla.) and Avalon Liscio (Naples, Fla.) combined for 35 kills to pace the Lees-McRae College women's volleyball team on Saturday afternoon, as the Bobcats fell to Erskine College, 3-1, in Conference Carolinas play before USC Aiken swept Lees-McRae in a non-conference tilt. Erskine (3-7, 2-3 CC) won the Full Story

Bears Win SAC Opener At Tusculum

The Lenoir-Rhyne Football Team (3-1, 2-0) won its third consecutive game with a 24-10 road victory over Tusculum (2-2, 0-1) Saturday afternoon in a South Atlantic Conference game at Pioneer Field. L-R junior quarterback Miles Freeman (Sacramento, Calif.) rushed for a game-high 122 yards, passed for 92 more yards and threw and Full Story

Mountaineers Fall to Charleston Southern

Thanks in large part to a whopping 42:04-17:56 advantage in time of possession, Charleston Southern remained unbeaten by handing Appalachian State University football a 27-24 defeat on Saturday afternoon at Kidd Brewer Stadium. Charleston Southern (5-0) converted Full Story

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