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UPDATED: WHS Tennis Has Four Regional Qualifiers

The Watuaga High women's tennis team is aiming its sights on post-season play. The Pioneers (14-0), Northwestern 3A/4A Conference champions, produced four regional qualifiers on Wednesday at South Caldwell High School in

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Apps Swept by Wofford, Face Furman Today

Despite an impressive performance from Lauren Gray (Round Rock, Texas/ Round Rock) in her return from an ankle injury, Appalachian State University volleyball was unable to hold off Southern Conference foe Wofford in a 3-0 loss

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ASU Field Hockey Drops Match Against Miami

Appalachian State University field hockey suffered a 9-1 loss to Miami University in a non-conference match. The Mountaineers fell behind early in the match as the Redhawks scored just under 13 minutes into play. Miami’s Alyssa

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Bobcats Compete At Blue Ridge Open

Sophomore Emily Shields (Salisbury, N.C.) posted the best finish of any NCAA Division II runner, coming in 45th overall to lead the Lees-McRae College women's cross country team to a strong performance at Appalachian State University's

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L-R Men Defeat Mars Hill And Warren Wilson

The Lenoir-Rhyne Men's Swimming Team defeated both Mars Hill (57-56) and Warren Wilson (102-9) in a tri-meet Friday evening at the DeVries Aquatic Center. The L-R women's squad downed Warren Wilson by a 102-11 score but fell to

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Another Nationally Ranked Foe on Tap for Apps

For the third time in six games against NCAA Division I FCS competition this season, Appalachian State University faces a nationally ranked opponent on Saturday when it travels to No. 25 Samford. Kickoff is set for 3 p.m. ET (2 p.m. CT) at Seibert Stadium in Birmingham, Ala. Full Story

ASU Men & Women Finish Fourth At Covered Bridge Open

Appalachian State University women’s cross country team competed in its last home meet of the 2012 slate this afternoon at Don Kennedy Fields. The underclassman had a chance to lead the Mountaineers at the Blue Ridge Open this

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Grether, Oliver Pace Bobcats Past Converse

Freshman Rachel Grether (Ocala, Fla.) tallied a season-high five service aces, and senior Dana Oliver (Miami, Fla.) added a match-best 14 kills to lead the Lees-McRae College women's volleyball team to a 3-1 win over Converse College

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L-R Cross Country Competes At Royal Challenge

The Lenoir-Rhyne Men's and Women's Cross Country Teams finished ninth and 11th, respectively, Friday afternoon at the Queens University Royals Challenge at McAlpine Creek Park. On the men's side, L-R was led by sophomore Mike

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Mountaineers Blank Wofford

Three first half goals propelled Appalachian State University women’s soccer to a 3-0 victory over Southern Conference foe Wofford Friday night at Snyder Field. With the victory, the Mountaineers improved to 5-1-1 in the conference and

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Bobcats Tabbed 11th In Conference Carolinas

The Lees-McRae College women's basketball team is picked to finish 11th in the race for the 2012 Conference Carolinas regular season title, announced league officials Friday. Lees-McRae enters a new era under first-year head coach

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WHS Volleyball Whips South Caldwell

The Watauga High volleyball team nailed down the No.1 seed among the Class 4A schools in the Northwestern 3A/4A Conference Thursday night with a 3-1 win against South Caldwell in

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Here are the results from the Watauga County Cross Country Championships at the State Farm Fields. GBR would like to thank Watauga High cross country coach Randy McDonough for providing us with these results. 

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Hickory Hangs On To Nip Pioneers

Well, the big first-place showdown finally took place Thursday night in Hickory. And there were some anxious moments before the game even started. The WHS activity bus had some

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Pioneers Look To Halt Losing Streak

The Watauga High football team hopes to turn its fortunes around Friday night. The Pioneers (4-4 overall; 1-2 Northwestern 3A/4A Conference) are mired in a three-game losing streak, and they're also battling the injury bug. And

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Middlebrook, Harman Lead WHS at United Way Invite

The high school cross country season is winding down, and senior Darby Middlebrook of the Watauga High women's cross country team is aiming her sights on a possible state championship. Middlebrook had another strong outing

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Watauga County Parks and Recreation is currently accepting registration for Mighty Mountaineer Girls Basketball.  Girls must be in the 5th or 6th grade

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Wolverines Drop Third Straight

It was a tale of two halves Monday night. The Watauga Middle School football team won the first half, but came up short in the second half. The end

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Middle School Volleyball Tournament Postponed

The Watauga County Middle School Volleyball Tournament at Lentz-Eggers Gym at Watauga High Wednesday night was postponed because of a water main break that caused school officials to

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