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Bumgarner Wins Third Straight

Madison Bumgarner just keeps rolling along. The Hickory, N.C., native, who attended South Caldwell High School, won his third consecutive start Saturday afternoon at Wrigley Field in Chicago, Il. The Giants (8-4), thanks to Bumgarner, who allowed two earned runs on six hits with six strikeouts, defeated the Chicago Cubs, 3-2. Full Story

Bobcats Finish Season With Loss To Coker

Freshman Schuylor Dickerson (Crozet, Va.) scored his first collegiate goal to pace the Lees-McRae College men's lacrosse team on Saturday afternoon, as Coker College rallied from an early 3-2 deficit for an 18-3 victory over the Bobcats in Conference Carolinas play. Full Story

Pioneers Compete At Taco Bell

It was a tough day for the Watauga High boy's and girl's track teams on Saturday at the Taco Bell Classic in Columbia, S.C. The WHS girls produced three top ten finishers, but did not score. Madison Harman and Taylor Drummonds were WHS' top finishers. Full Story

ASU, UNCG Split Double Header

Appalachian State University softball split its doubleheader against Southern Conference foe UNC Greensboro Saturday afternoon at UNCG Softball Stadium. The Spartans defeated the Apps 3-1 in game one before the Mountaineers came out and scored five runs in the first inning to defeat UNCG 6-1 in game two. With the Full Story

UNCG Squeeze Downs ASU In 11 Innings

UNC Greensboro designated hitter Zac MacAneney laid down a perfectly executed suicide squeeze bunt in the bottom of the 11th inning to deal Appalachian State University baseball a 6-5 defeat on Saturday afternoon at UNCG Baseball Stadium. Full Story

L-R Splits Softball DH With Lincoln Memorial

The Lenoir-Rhyne Softball Team (30-13, 11-7) split its final South Atlantic Conference regular season doubleheader of the season with Lincoln Memorial (29-20, 7-11) Saturday afternoon at Hennon Field. Lincoln Memorial won the first game, 2-1, before L-R took the nightcap, 3-0. Full Story

ASU Women’s Tennis Rolls Past Wofford

Ellie Linsell’s come-from-behind victory made for a thrilling afternoon at ASU Tennis Courts, where Appalachian State women’s tennis cruised to a well-deserved 6-1 victory over Southern Conference foe Wofford on Saturday afternoon. Three seniors, Jennifer Ansari, Ellie Linsell, and Gabriela Celi, were honored prior to play. Full Story

Mountaineers Scrimmage in Charlotte

Appalachian State University football held its first of two open practices when it scrimmaged in front of more than 1,500 fans at Ardrey Kell High School on Saturday. The Mountaineers, who will wrap up their spring practice season with a Spring Game Full Story

Crusaders Sweep Bobcats

Lori Fulmer (Prosperity, S.C.) tallied three hits to lead the Lees-McRae College softball team on Saturday afternoon, as North Greenville University rallied from an early deficit in game two en route to a doubleheader sweep of the Bobcats in Conference Carolinas play at the Bobcat Softball Field. Full Story

L-R SplitS Final SAC Doubleheader

Lenoir-Rhyne (20-29, 12-15) and Lincoln Memorial (22-23, 13-14) split the final South Atlantic Conference baseball doubleheader of the season Saturday at Hennon Field. The Railsplitters took the first contest, 8-6, but the Bears won the second game in 10 innings by a 4-3 score. Full Story

Dads Outslug Intimidators In 9-6 Win

One night after suffering through a humiliating 10-2 loss to the Kannapolis Intimidators, the Hickory Crawdads offense rebounded in a big way Saturday night with a season high nine runs in their 9-6 win over the Intimidators at CMC-NorthEast Stadium. Full Story

Pioneers Fall Short At Butler

The Watauga High boy's lacrosse team staged a furious second-half rally on Saturday, but came up short in the end. Matthews-Butler, which led 9-3 at halftime, staved off an eight-goal, second-half rally by the Pioneers and won the match, 13-11. Full Story

Pioneers Sweep Providence

The Watauga High baseball team is on a roll. The Pioneers bounced back from Wednesday's disappointing loss by knocking off Providence in a double header sweep Saturday afternoon at Smith Stadium/Beaver Field on the campus of Appalachian State University.

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Red Tornaodes Down Cougars

The Hickory High baseball team played spoiler Friday night as the Red Tornadoes knocked off Alexander Central 8-6 at home. The victory coupled with South Caldwell downing Fred T. Foard 8-1

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Kannapolis Downs 'Dads, 10-2

The Hickory Crawdads set several season highs Friday night, but they came in some unsightly categories as the 'Dads walked 10 batters and committed three errors in their 10-2 defeat to the

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Bobcats Shine At Appalachian Open

Junior Kortnie Curry (Lexington, N.C.) placed second in both the high jump and the long jump to pace the Lees-McRae College women's track and field team to a strong performance at the Appalachian

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Jones Wins Twice In Season Finale

Senior Emily Jones (Leonardtown, Md.) posted a victory in both doubles and singles action to pace the Lees-McRae College women's tennis team in her final match with the Bobcats, as Converse College

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Mountaineers Take Baseball Series Opener, 9-1

Appalachian State scored four early runs Friday night and made them stand, downing the UNCG baseball team 9-1 in a Southern Conference contest inside the UNCG Baseball Stadium. The Spartans fall to 16-18 overall and 4-9 in league play with the loss while the Mountaineers improve to 19-10 and 9-6. Full Story

ASU Clinches Senior Day Victory

Appalachian State men’s tennis wrapped up its regular season home slate on a winning note with a 5-2 victory over Gardner-Webb on Friday afternoon at ASU Tennis Courts. Full Story

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