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Vikings In Fifth, Foster Ninth At States

Tanner Owen of Kernersville Bishop McGuinness had the only sub-par round on Monday’s first day of the 16th annual North Carolina High School Athletic Association state 1-A men’s golf championships at the Chapel Hill Country Club. Full Story


Bryce Hendrix of Greenville D.H. Conley leads the individual standings and a tight race is brewing in the team competition after Monday’s action in the 28th annual North Carolina High School Athletic Association state 3-A men’s golf championships at the Foxfire Golf and Country Club. Full Story

Smith Shines In Season Debut With Dynamo

Lees-McRae College men's soccer player James Smith (Eastbourne, England) got off to a flying start in his first appearance of the summer for the Carolina

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Martin Signs With Lions

Sam Martin signed a four-year contract through 2016 with the Detroit Lions. Martin was taken by Detroit in the fifth round (165th pick) of the National Football League Draft on April 27. Martin signed his four-year deal on Friday. Martin, who was named first-team All-America by the Associated Press Full Story

Mountaineers Capture Series Win Over Gonzaga

With 19 hits and a key pitching performance from right hander Taylor Thurber, Appalachian State University baseball claimed a key non-conference series from West Coast Conference regular season Full Story

ASU Wraps Up Busy Weekend on Track

Stanley Broaden captured second place in the 110-meter hurdles to lead a trio of athletes for Appalachian State University men's track and field at the NC State Last Chance Meet on Friday. Full Story

Baxter Breaks School Record Again

Lenoir-Rhyne's Kevin Baxter lowered his own school record in the men's 110-meter hurdles Sunday afternoon in the 2013 Aggie Last Chance Meet hosted by North Carolina A&T State at Aggie Stadium. Full Story

'Dads Rally Falls Short In 9-8 Loss

A Hickory Crawdads offense that had scuffled in the first three games from Charleston finally showed up Sunday night. In a game in which the 'Dads collected 11 hits it will be the one hit they didn't get Full Story

Anderson Downs Bears, Advances To Super Regionals

The Anderson Softball Team (40-13) advanced to the NCAA Division II Super Regionals after downing Lenoir-Rhyne (37-16), 6-3, in the 2013 Southeast Regional Championship Sunday afternoon at Bears Field. Full Story

WHS Produces Three State Qualifiers

Watauga High track coach Randy McDonough said it best, "It was a tough day." And he wasn't kidding, either. The Pioneers had 18 qualifiers (ten for the girls, eight for the boys) competing in 14 events at the North Carolina High School Athletic Association Class 4A Western Regional on Saturday at A.C. Reynolds High in Asheville, Full Story

Rockets Blank WHS In Second-Round Playoff Game

The Watauga High girl's soccer team gave it their best shot on Saturday night. But in the end, the best team prevailed. A.C. Reynolds (20-2-3), the No.2 seed from Mountain Athletic 3A/4A Conference, defeated WHS 2-0 in the second-round of the North Carolina High School Athletic Association Class 4A state playoffs at Jack Groce

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Bats Absent In Hickory's Shutout Loss

The Hickory Crawdads struggled to score runs over the first two games against the Charleston RiverDogs at Riley Park, but the club had still managed to split the pair of contests. Saturday night saw the 'Dads offensive output dip to zero however, as Hickory was shutout 8-0 in front of 4,772 fans at "The Joe". Full Story

Bears-Anderson Face Off In Southeast Regional Finals

Lenoir-Rhyne (37-15) and Anderson (39-13), both members of the South Atlantic Conference, will square off in the 2013 NCAA Division II Softball Southeast Regional Championship Sunday at Bears Field beginning at Noon. Lenoir-Rhyne, the second seed in the tournament and the 12th-ranked team in NCAA Division II, Full Story

ASU Earns DH Split With Gonzaga

After managing just six hits and no runs in a 4-0 loss in the opening game, Appalachian State University baseball stormed back with six runs on 10 hits in a 6-2 victory over Gonzaga in a the second game of a doubleheader at Patterson Baseball Complex and Washington Trust Field. Full Story

RiverDogs Strike Early in 'Dads 8-1 Loss

One night after co-ace C.J. Edwards had his best outing of the season, Hickory Crawdads starting pitcher Connor Sadzeck was knocked around early in his worst outing of the year. The Charleston RiverDogs pounced on Sadzeck for six runs in the first inning en route to an 8-1 'Dads loss in front of 5,476 fans at Joseph P. Riley Jr. Park. Full Story

Pioneers Claim Another Wells Fargo Cup

Watuaga High won another Wells Fargo Conference Cup on Saturday. The Pioneers, who held a narrow lead on Hickory going into the spring sports season, hung on Full Story

Three Pioneers Earn All-Conference Honors

The Watuaga High boy's tennis team got some good news on Saturday. The Pioneers, who failed to win their first conference championship in 21 years, had three players named to the All-Northwestern 3A/4A Conference team.

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Red Tornadoes, Tigers Advance

The Hickory High baseball team lived to play another day as the Red Tornadoes wiped out 2-0 and 4-2 deficits and defeated Kings Mountain 5-4 in ten innings in the opening round of the North Carolina High School Athletic Association Class 3A State Playoffs. Full Story

Record-Breaking Season Ends For ASU

Hope Klicker threw 10 shutout innings and Mackenzie Maples hit a two-run homer in the top of the 10th inning as College of Charleston outlasted Appalachian State, 2-0. Klicker allowed four hits, no walks Full Story

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