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WHS Girl's Lacrosse Closes Out Season

It was an emotional day on Saturday for Watauga girl's lacrosse coach Holly Quick and her players. The Pioneers (3-7) finished their season and celebrated Senior Day at Leigh Wallace Memorial Field. While the Full Story

ASU-Samford Series Finale Rained Out

Sunday's series finale between Appalachian State University baseball and Samford has been washed out due to heavy rain in High Country. The contest will not be made up. Full Story

Chisholm Invited to Redskins’ Rookie Camp

Former Appalachian State University running back Rod Chisholm (Charlotte, N.C./Independence) has been invited to the Washington Redskins’ upcoming rookie camp, which will be held Friday-Sunday (May 3-5) at Redskins Park in Ashburn, Va. Should the Redskins be impressed by Chisholm’s Full Story

Suns Blank Rain Soaked Crawdads, 3-0

On a cold, rainy day in Hagerstown Maryland the Hickory Crawdads bats decided to take the afternoon off, as the 'Dads were shutout for just the second time this season in a 3-0 loss to the Suns at Full Story

Martin, McCray Drafted; Three Agree to FA Deals

Two former Appalachian State University football standouts were selected in the 2013 National Football League Draft on Saturday at Radio City Music Hall. Punter/place kicker Sam Martin (Fayetteville, Ga./Starr’s Mill) was drafted by the Detroit Lions with the 32nd pick of the fifth round (165th overall) and defensive Full Story

Defense Dooms 'Dads In 8-2 Loss

The red hot Hickory Crawdads were their own worst enemy Saturday night, as the 'Dads repeatedly hurt themselves with a season high four errors resulting in four unearned runs in an 8-2 loss to the Hagerstown Suns at Municipal Stadium. The game started off with a bang for the 'Dads as center fielder Lewis Brinson lined a solo Full Story

Gilmore Leads Bears At Highlander Invitational

Several members of the Lenoir-Rhyne University Men's Track and Field Team competed at the Highlander Invitational this past Saturday at Patrick D. Cupp Memorial Stadium on the campus of Radford University. Full Story

Apps Wrap Up Weekend at Penn Relays

Appalachian State University men's track and field wrapped up action at the prestigious Penn Relays at Franklin Field on Saturday. On Thursday, Chris Moen logged the best performance of the day with an eighth-place finish in the College Men's 3,000-meter steeplechase Championship with a time of 8:59.67, a new personal record and Full Story

App State Falls Twice to Auburn

Appalachian State University softball dropped is first doubleheader of the season, falling twice to Auburn at Jane B. Moore Field on Saturday. The Mountaineers fell 9-0 in five innings in game one, before dropping game two, 10-0, to the Tigers. With the losses App State falls to 27-18 overall on the season, while Auburn Full Story

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

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