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The Watauga High volleyball stepped out of league play on Saturday and swept East Wilkes 3-0 in a non-conference match at Lentz-Eggers Gym. The Pioneers (9-5) Full Story

Tar Heels Fall To Georgia Tech

David Sims ran for 99 yards and two touchdowns and Georgia Tech recovered to beat the Tar Heels 28-20 on Saturday. North Carolina scored the first two touchdowns Full Story


Appalachian State University men’s cross country finished first out of 7 teams on Saturday morning at the Winthrop Open. Senior James Howard-Smith took first Full Story

ASU Solid In Tournament Victory

Appalachian State University volleyball captured its final regular-season tournament victory after back-to-back wins over Denver and UT Arlington on Saturday night at Full Story

Bobcat Falls Short To Belmont Abbey

The Belmont Abbey College women's soccer team scored a pair of second half goals against the run of play, and held on for a 2-0 victory despite a strong 90-minute Full Story

Gators Clip Vols, 31-17

The Vols couldn't overcome four first-half turnovers and dropped a 31-17 decision to 19th-ranked Florida at Ben Hill Griffin Stadium before 90,074 on Saturday Full Story

Crusaders sweep Bobcats

The Belmont Abbey College women's volleyball team tallied 33 kills and 13 service aces en route to a straight set sweep of Lees-McRae College in Conference Carolinas Full Story

Balanced Attack Leads Bobcats Over Crusaders

Freshman Jordan Wright (West Lothian, Scotland) scored his first two collegiate goals, and Scott Alford (Hillsborough, N.C.) found the back of the net for the third Full Story

Bears Topple Wingate, 34-13

The Lenoir-Rhyne Football Team (2-1, 1-0) opened South Atlantic Conference play with a 34-13 victory over Wingate (1-1, 0-1) Saturday evening at Moretz Stadium. Full Story

Cox Shines in Win at Elon

Behind 308 all-purpose yards and three touchdowns from true freshman Marcus Cox (Dacula, Ga./Dacula), Appalachian State University football opened its final Full Story

Two Freshmen Lead ASU To First Win

It was quite an effort by freshmen Marcus Cox and John Law of the Appalachian State University football team on Saturday at Rhodes Stadium. Those two gave ASU

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Pirates Down ASU Volleyball In Five Games

Appalachian State University volleyball lost a five-game match to East Carolina on Friday night at Varsity Gym. The Mountaineers drop to 7-5 overall following the loss to Full Story

Falcons Down Bobcats, 3-1

Freshmen Avalon Liscio (Naples, Fla.) and Haylee Leonard (Walburg, N.C.) recorded match-highs of 10 kills and eight block assists to lead the Lees-McRae College Full Story

ASU Men's Soccer Ties Lipscomb

Despite two early goals from Trey Hemphill, Appalachian State University men's soccer was unable to hang on in a 2-2 draw at Lipscomb on Friday on the first day of the Full Story

Bobcats Rally For 5-4 Win Over Catawba

Joao Araujo (Curitiba, Puerto Rico) and Taduez Poplawski (Asheville, N.C.) rallied for a pair of three-set victories to lead the Lees-McRae College men's tennis team to a come-from-behind 5-4 win over Catawba College on Friday afternoon in the first matches played at the recently refurbished Lees-McRae tennis complex. Full Story

Spartans Drop Second Straight

It definitely isn't turning out the way South Caldwell High football coach Butch Carter had envisioned it. The Spartans (2-2), coming off back-to-back Northwestern 3A/4A Conference championships, and featuring the best running back in the region in senior Zach Pollard, have seen their season completely turned upside down after

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Pioneers Batter Eagles, Win Fourth Straight

The Watauga High football team finished its final tune up before it plays its Northwestern 3A/4A Conference opener next week with a lopsided 42-0 win against Wilkes Central Friday night at Jack Groce Stadium. Like they did last week against Avery, the Pioneers (4-0) were in complete control from the start.

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Pioneers Pace Field In Home Opener

Watauga High cross country coach Randy McDonough has built a dynasty in Watauga County. Every year, Full Story

How About That....

The Watauga High football team is coming off its best effort of the season. The Pioneers racked up nearly 500 yards offensively, including a season-best 266 on the ground, as they dismantled Avery 57-36 last Friday night in Newland, N.C. Up next, the Wilkes Central Eagles, Full Story

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