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Samford Evens Series

Eight different Samford batters had multiple hits in the Bulldogs’ 19-2 win over Appalachian State University baseball on Saturday afternoon at soggy Beaver Field at Jim and Bettie Smith Stadium.

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UPDATED: McCray Selected By Jaquars In Seventh Round

All-American defensive back Demetrius McCray of Appalachian State University was selected by the Jacksonville Jaquars in the seventh round of National Football League Draft. He was the 210th player selected in the draft. Full Story

Martin Selected By Lions

Punter/kicker Sam Martin of Appalachian State University has been selected by the Detroit Lions in the fifth-round of the National Football League Draft with the 165th pick on Saturday. Martin ranks in or near the top ten in several of the various draft rankings. Martin was named the Football Full Story

ASU Routs Samford In Series Opener

William Head (Asheville, N.C./Asheville) had a career-best four RBI and Preston Troutman (Rockwell, N.C./East Rowan) matched a career-high with three hits and set another with four runs to lead Appalachian State University baseball to a 10-5 win over Samford on Friday evening at Beaver Field at Jim and Bettie Smith Stadium. Full Story

Gallo Lifts 'Dads to 3-2 Win

In one of the better-pitched games of the season it was yet another home run that proved the difference for the Hickory Crawdads Friday night, as slugging third baseman Joey Gallo launched a 2-run homer over the right field wall in the 8th to give the 'Dads a series opening 3-2 win over the Hagerstown Suns. Full Story

Indians Nip Pioneers On Huffman's Double

It's been a tough season to say the least for the Watauga High softball team, but head coach Stephanie Kostis is taking a positive approach to remedy the situation.

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This Is Getting Monotonous....

Watauga High baseball coach Pete Hardee has had his share of great baseball teams over the years. He's won conference championships, three tournament championships, he's made the state semifinals, and he's won two sectional titles. But this year's team, which began the season losing nine of 11 games, has

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Way Up North, To Alaska

The Lees McRae women's basketball team has been invited to play in the North Star Invitational hosted by the University of Alaska Fairbanks. The Invitational,

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No.2 Limestone Pounds L-R In Women's Lacrosse

The Limestone Women's Lacrosse Team (17-1) dealt Lenoir-Rhyne (7-8) a 20-3 loss on Thursday night in Moretz Stadium. The Saints are ranked No. 2 in NCAA Division II. Limestone's Katie Farrell (Brooks,

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Vasquez Emerges In 'Dads 4-2 Win

Hickory Crawdads starting pitcher Kelvin Vasquez came into Thursday night's start in Greensboro desperately searching for his command and coming off a start in which he failed to escape the first Full Story

Pioneers Pull Off Daily Double

The Watauga High boy's and girl's track teams swept the Northwestern 3A/4A Conference championships Thursday at Lenior-Rhyne University in Hickory, N.C. The WHS girls won five events and

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Packers Release Smith

The Green Bay Packers have released linebacker D.J. Smith, a promising young player who started nine games over two seasons and was recovering from a torn anterior cruciate ligament suffered last October.The move helps explain why the Packers re-signed linebacker Brad Jones Full Story

Bears Ranked In NCAA Division II Poll

The Lenoir-Rhyne Softball Team is ranked No. 14 in this week's NFCA NCAA Division II National Top 25 Poll. NFCA is the National Fastpitch Coaches Association of America. Full Story

Mountaineers Remain Unblemished At Home

Appalachian State University softball remained perfect at Sywassink Lloyd Family Stadium as it took two games from non-conference opponent, North Carolina A&T, on Wednesday. The Mountaineers Full Story

Smith Leads 'Dads To Victory

One night after seeing their 7-game win streak come to an end, the Hickory Crawdads rode their pitching and three solo home runs en route to a solid 5-2 win over the Greensboro Grasshoppers at Full Story

ASU-ETSU Suspended in Seventh Inning

In a rain-soaked Thomas Stadium, Appalachian State University and ETSU got thru six and a half innings with the Mountaineers leading, 3-1, before the second rain delay came and suspended the game until Full Story

WHS Soccer Wins Fifth Straight

The Watauga High girl's soccer team chalked up another win Wednesday night. The Pioneers (8-4-3 overall; 6-2-1 Northwestern 3A/4A Conference) knocked off Fred T. Foard 3-2 in a NW3A/4A Full Story

Richards Shuts Down Black Knights

The Watauga High baseball team exemplifies that old Jerry Reed song, "When You're Hot, You're Hot." As a matter of fact, the Pioneers are hotter than the Human Torch from the Fantastic Four (a fictional Full Story

Flowers, Cakarevic Earn All-Academic Honors

Lees-McRae College senior Candace Flowers (Charlotte, N.C.) and junior Natalija Cakarevic (Belgrade, Serbia) have each been honored on the Conference Carolinas Academic all-conference women's

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