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Pioneers Stave Off Huskies, 43-32

There are those days where you do whatever it takes to get the job done. Well, the Watauga High boys basketball team did just that Wednesday night. The Pioneers (6-4), despite some anxious

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Pioneers Pull Off Season Sweep Against Huskies

Sports is so similar to every day life. One day, no matter what you do, things just don't go right. And on some days you just can't do anything wrong. Well that scenario best describes the Watauga High

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Bobcats Win Third Straight Game

Junior Layana de Souza (Rio de Janeiro, Brazil) poured in a game-high 17 points to lead four players in double figures, as the Lees-McRae College

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Mountaineers Turn Back Terriers, 50-49

Appalachian State University men’s basketball overcame a pesky Wofford squad as it picked up its first Southern Conference victory of the season in a tight 50-

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Pioneers Drop Another OT Thriller

The Watauga High boys basketball team suffered its second overtime loss in as many games Tuesday night. The Pioneers, who rallied from a 20-point deficit,

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Hinshaw To Sign With Wasps

Watauga High Athletics Director Tom Wright has announced that senior Emily Hinshaw will sign her National Letter of Intent with Emory & Henry College, a

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WHS Announces 2013 Baseball Schedule

Watauga High baseball coach Pete Hardee has announced his baseball schedule for the upcoming 2013 season. The Pioneers, who were 16-9 last season, will open the season with three consecutive road

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Mountaineers Hand Furman 66-52 Loss

Appalachian State University's Maryah Sydnor led two players in double figures as the Mountaineers had a 66-52 win over Furman on the road Monday. With the win, the Mountaineers improve to 8-3 for the

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ASU Ranked 9th In Final TSN Poll

To move forward to North Dakota State's back-to-back FCS national championships, you have to move backward with coach Craig Bohl. Bohl was an assistant coach during Nebraska's big run in the mid-

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McCray Accepts Invite to NFLPA Collegiate Bowl

Appalachian State University cornerback Demetrius McCray (Covington, Ga./Newton) has accepted an invitation to participate in the 2013 National Football League Players Association Collegiate Bowl, the

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Mountaineers Ranked 8th In Final Coaches Poll

North Dakota State finished the 2012 season with its fourth-consecutive No. 1 ranking in this week’s FCS Coaches Poll after a 39-13 victory in Saturday’s national championship game. The Bison finished

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ASU Softball Finalizes 2013 Schedule

Head softball coach Shae Wesley released the 2013 slate on Monday afternoon, which will be highlighted with 20 games at Sywassink/Lloyd Family Stadium. The Apps will kick off the 2013

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Billings Signs To Play Softball At Lees-McRae

Taylor Billings, a senior at Randleman High School, signed to play softball at Lees McRae College in Banner Elk. She has received academic and athletic scholarships and plans to study to be a nurse practitioner.

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Kostis, Coffey Perfect At McDowell

Demetrius Kostis turned in another solid performance on Saturday at the McDowell Duals as the Watauga High junior went 5-0 and was named the Most Outstanding Wrestler in the field. Kostis also

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ASU Grapplers Earn Split In Illinois

Appalachian State University wrestling continued its Southern Conference winning streak, defeating SoCon newcomer, SIUE, 28-9, but came up short its final dual of the day, falling to Northern Illinois,

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Bobcats Edge Trojans Behind Munson's Double-Dou​ble

Freshman Alyssa Munson (Summerfield, N.C.) recorded her first collegiate double-double, and four players scored in double figures to lead the Lees-McRae College women's basketball team to a hard-fought 72-70 victory over Mount Olive

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Hiatt Pours In 13 As Bears Remain Unbeaten In SAC

The Lenoir-Rhyne Women's Basketball Team (7-3, 2-0) pulled out a 63-62 victory over Anderson (7-5, 1-1) in a South Atlantic Conference contest Saturday afternoon at the Abney Athletic Center. L-R freshman guard Jordan Hiatt (Mount

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Bison Repeat as FCS National Champions

The North Dakota State Bison have a second straight FCS championship in what's becoming their second home. Backed by more than 10,000 fans wearing green and gold in the same suburban Dallas stadium where they beat Sam Houston

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Davidson Blows By ASU, 65-49

Appalachian State University women's basketball was tied at 32 heading into the break, but Davidson surged ahead in the second half, outscoring the Mountaineers by 16 points to earn a 65-49 win over the Apps on Saturday. Despite a strong

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