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No.1 Tide Rolls Over Tennessee

For the first 30 minutes in a sold-out Neyland Stadium on Saturday night, Tennessee played No. 1 Alabama as well as any team has all season. But the Crimson Tide proved too much in the second half, scoring 21 unanswered points to pull

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Rhyne Leads Bears In Sweep Of Bobcats

The Lenoir-Rhyne University women's volleyball team posted a .300 hitting percentage and 51 digs en route to a straight-set sweep of Lees-McRae College on Saturday afternoon in Williams Gymnasium. Lenoir-Rhyne (14-6) won the match

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Terriers Down ASU With 4th Qtr Comeback

No. 8/9 Wofford scored 14 points in a 70-second span of the fourth quarter to defeat No. 13/11 Appalachian State University, 38-28, on Saturday afternoon at Kidd Brewer Stadium. The loss snapped a four-game winning streak

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Panthers Spoil Dobbins' Debut

Watauga High freshman Aaron Dobbins made his first varsity start Friday night with mixed results. Dobbins was an impressive 19-29 passing for 170 yards and a touchdown, but it couldn't save WHS (4-6 overall; 1-4 Northwestern 3A/

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Huskies Flirting With State Playoffs

Well, the Brian Hampton era has had its ups-and-downs this season. But despite some pratt falls early in the year, the Ashe County football team has turned its fortunes around. And the Huskies (4-6 overall; 3-4 Mountain Valley 1A/

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NCHSAA and Sign Multi-Year Agreement

The North Carolina High School Athletic Association and, the online high school sports leader and a site, have signed a partnership agreement for the next three years, NCHSAA officials have

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ASU Field Hockey Defeated by Liberty

Appalachian State University field hockey suffered an 8-1 loss to NorPac foe Libery tonight. The Flames took an early 1-0 lead over the Mountaineers when Abbey Bosom found the back of the net on a penalty corner. Liberty would take a

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Appalachian Drops Four-Setter to CofC

Appalachian State University volleyball was able to take a set from Southern Conference leader College of Charleston, but could not complete the comeback in a 3-1 loss on Friday at the Holmes Center. The Mountaineers (5-18, 1-8 SoCon)

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Soccer Suffers 3-2 Loss Against The Citadel

Appalachian State University women’s soccer fell victim to two late second half goals, as the Mountaineers were defeated 3-2 to The Citadel Friday night at the Ted Mackorell Soccer Complex. With the loss, the Black and Gold falls to 8-7-1

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Bobcats Earn Split At Fall Classic

The Lees-McRae College women's volleyball team split a pair of matches at the Lees-McRae Tournament on Friday evening, sweeping Saint's Augustine University and falling to Lander University in a four-set battle in Williams

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Shields Paces Bobcats At Conference Carolinas Championsh​ips

Emily and Katherine Shields (Salisbury, N.C.) both finished in the top 10 to earn all-Conference Carolinas Second team honors to lead the Lees-McRae College women's cross country team at the Conference Carolinas Championships on

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Price Added To Jerry Rice Watch List

Red-shirt freshman Sean Price of Appalachian State University has been added to the Jerry Rice Watch List by The Sports Network. Price, who stands 6-foot-

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Former Mountaineers in the NFL: Week 6

Eight former Appalachian State University football student-athletes are currently in the National Football League and seven are members of their teams' active 53-man rosters. Below is a look at

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Huge SoCon Showdown Set For Saturday

For the second-straight week and fourth time in seven games against NCAA Division I FCS competition this season, No. 13/11 Appalachian State University football takes on a nationally ranked opponent when it meets No. 8/9 Wofford in a mammoth Southern Conference showdown on Saturday. Full Story

Cougars Will Move To CAA

ESPN is reporting that the College of Charleston Board of Trustees voted 12-5 to accept an invitation to join the Colonial Athletic Association, the

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Pioneers Bounce Back From First Loss

The Watauga High junior varsity football team has a short memory. That was evident Thursday night as the Pioneers (8-1 overall; 4-1 Northwestern 3A/4A Conference) knocked off Hibriten 20-0 at

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L-R Women Picked To Finish Second In SAC

The Lenoir-Rhyne Women's Basketball Team was voted to finish second in the 2012-13 South Atlantic Conference Preseason Coaches Poll, league officials announced this afternoon. Wingate, winners of both the SAC Regular Season

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Dobbins May Start Friday Night

Well, the Watauga High football team, mired in a four-game losing streak, hopes to turn its fortunes around against Hibriten Friday night. And the Pioneers (4-5 overall; 1-3 Northwestern 3A/4A Conference) are also toying with the

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Pioneers Open Playoffs Saturday

Watauga High Athletics Director Tom Wright has announced that the volleyball team will open the state playoffs at home against North Mecklenburg

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