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Garlow Handcuffs Pioneers

Ryan Garlow and the Hickory High baseball team kept its unblemished record intact. The lefthander, who won his second game of the season, scattered four hits as the Red Tornadoes (6-0 overall; 1-0 Northwestern 3A/4A Conference) blanked Watauga 3-0 Friday night at

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WHS Softball Picks Up First Win

The Watuaga High softball team finally cracked the win column Friday night as the Pioneers knocked off Hickory 7-3 in a Northwestern 3A/4A Conference game. Riley Pudney went 4 1/3 innings and picked up the win. Pudney gave up three runs on four hits with four strikeouts and

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Carson-Newman Outlasts Lenoir-Rhyne, 14-8

The Carson-Newman College Baseball Team (10-12, 6-4) defeated Lenoir-Rhyne University (5-20, 2-8), 14-8, Friday night in a South Atlantic Conference contest at Bears Field. The Eagles' Kyle Koeneman (Seymour, Tenn.) hit two home runs and finished with five runs batted in to lead

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ASU Belts Davidson, Wins Ninth Straight

Daniel Kassouf (Lexington, N.C./North Davidson) went 4-for-5 with two RBI and Tyler Moore (Banner Elk, N.C./Watauga) turned in 2.2 perfect innings out of the bullpen to lead Appalachian State University baseball to its ninth-straight win, a 10-4 triumph over Davidson in the Southern Conference

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Dowdy Named to Bench Watch List

After a relatively slow start at the plate, Appalachian has come around offensively over the past week. Leading a slew of Mountaineers swinging hot bats is catcher Jeremy Dowdy, who has four multi-hit efforts

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Pioneers Suffer First Loss

The Watuaga High baseball team was in a generous mood Thursday night. The Pioneers (3-1) made five errors and dropped an 8-6 decision to North Davidson in a non-conference game in Lexington. The Black Knights

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CORRECTION: WHS Track Produces Produces Four Regional Qualifers

The Watauga High men's and women's track teams dominated their outdoor meet at Bunker Hill on Thursday. The WHS women won five events and bested the field with 133 points. Taylor Drummonds also qualified for regionals by

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Bears Earn Split At Catawba

Lenoir-Rhyne (19-6), ranked No. 25 in NCAA Division II, and Catawba (17-9) split a South Atlantic Conference doubleheader Thursday afternoon in the

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ASU Football Fund Golf Tournament Set for May 11

The Appalachian State University Foundation will hold its sixth-annual ASU Football Fund golf tournament on

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LMC/Avery Chamber of Commerce present dinner with Greg LeMond March 24

Lees-McRae College, in partnership with the Avery Chamber of Commerce, presents dinner with cycling legend Greg LeMond Saturday, March 24 on the campus of Lees-McRae College

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McCants Off To Blistering Start

Rashad McCants, who played on the University of North Carolina's national championship team in 2005, is playing professionally in Puerto Rico. And the former Tar Heel has been

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Villanueva, Stewart, Tennant, Burelson Named All-Conference

Alex Villanueva, Timmy Stewart, Megan Tennant and Lauren Burelson of Avery High have been named to the Western Highlands 1A/2A All-Conference team. Villanueva and Tennant will

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Wright On!

Former Watauga High softball player Tori Wright is off to a blistering start at the collegiate level. The former Pioneer leads Peace College with a .395 batting average and a

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Rockets Blank Pioneers

The Watauga High women's soccer team suffered its second-straight loss Wednesday night. The PIoneers (1-2) dropped a 4-0 decision to A.C. Reynolds. It was WHS's second

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