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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

Pirates Rough Up Heels

Shane Carden threw three touchdown passes and ran for three scores to help East Carolina beat North Carolina 55-31 on Saturday, earning its first win in Chapel Hill in nearly four decades. Vintavious Cooper ran for a career-high 186 yards for the Pirates (3-1), who had lost to the Tar Heels in each of the past four seasons -- all by Full Story


Tennessee moved to 3-2 on the season with a 31-24 victory over South Alabama on Saturday afternoon. Brian Randolph's interception in the final minutes secured the win. The Vols overcame three of their own turnovers, but in the end the Jaguars' third miscue of the game enabled Tennessee to remain perfect at Neyland

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Radford Best Mountaineers, 3-1

Appalachian State University field hockey fell in a 3-1 match on Saturday against NorPac opponent Radford. The Mountaineers fell to 1-2 in the NorPac conference as Full Story

Victimized Again!

The Appalachian State University football team suffered its third consecutive loss at home (dating back to last year's playoff loss to Illinois State) at Kidd Brewer Stadium. Charleston Southhern (5-0), which defeated The Citadel in its season opener (on September 7), picked up its second Full Story

Newberry Volleyball Rallies To Defeat L-R

The Newberry Volleyball Team (9-2, 4-2) came back from a one-set deficit to defeat Lenoir-Rhyne (6-3, 3-2), 3-2, in a South Atlantic Conference match Friday night at Shuford Memorial Gymnasium. The Wolves rallied to defeat the Bears by scores of 25-27, 25-19, 14-25, 25-20 and 15-11. Full Story

Sun Belt Opponents Set For 2014

Appalachian State University football will host Georgia State, Idaho, Louisiana-Monroe and South Alabama for Sun Belt Conference games in 2014, the league has officially announced. In addition to the four conference home games, Appalachian State will travel to Arkansas State, Georgia Southern, Louisiana-Lafayette and Troy  Full Story

ASU Volleyball Suffers Another Setback

Appalachian State University volleyball dropped their second conference match of the 2013 season to Davidson on Friday night 3-1. The Mountaineers (9-7, 0-2 SoCon) fell behind 9-3 in the first set after the Wildcats (9-4, 1-0) scored five straight points.  Davidson continued to rally and never gave up the lead, winning the set 25-20. Full Story

Crusaders Edge Bobcats In Five Sets

The Lees-McRae College women's volleyball team and North Greenville University engaged in an epic five-set battle in Conference Carolinas play on Friday evening, each rallying from a set down as North Greenville claimed the fourth and fifth frames en route to a narrow 3-2 victory. North Greenville (2-12, 1-3 CC) won the match Full Story

Red Tornadoes, Panthers, Patriots Win NW3A/4A Openers

HICKORY 47, PATTON 10: Sophomore quarterback Jaquan Crawford threw for 232 yards and a touchdown just three plays into the game as the Red Tornadoes blasted Patton 47-10 in their Northwestern 3A/4A conference opener. Crawford also for a game-high 94 yards; senior running back Jahiz Linebarger added 13 carries for

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And That's Five....

The Watauga High football team just keeps rolling along. The Pioneers exploded for 21 points in the first quarter and defeated St. Stephens 42-21 Friday night at Jack Groce Stadium in the Northwestern

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Hairston Returns To Practice

The University of North Carolina announced Thursday afternoon that senior P.J. Hairston, who was indefinitely suspended earlier this summer for off-court issues, will be with the team when practice

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Over the past 24 hours, a handful of media members have offered their opinions on the situation between Appalachian State University's men's basketball program and Devonte Graham, a student-

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Foard Names Head Softball Coach

Fred T. Foard High didn't have to look too far to find its new softball coach. The school's Athletic Director, Rob Bliss, made the announcement Thursday morning that a former player, Shania Johnson,

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Here is a run down of the middle school volleyball games played around the area on Thursday. GBR would like to thank Andy Eggers for providing us with these results.

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Tailgate With The Pioneers

The Watauga High football team, Watuaga High and the Student Council would like to invite you to join them for a tailgate party today in the WHS parking lot before tonight's Homecoming game against

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ASU Men’s Hoops Moves Contest with Milligan

Appalachian State University men’s basketball head coach Jason Capel announced a change to his team’s schedule for the upcoming 2013-14 season.

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