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Whitaker Named First Team All-America

Lenoir-Rhyne's Isaiah Whitaker has been selected to the 2012 NCAA Division II All-American First Team by Don Hansen. In addition, L-R's Kaleb Myrick earned honorable mention All-American honors. Whitaker, a sophomore fullback from

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WHS Basketball, Wrestling Postponed

Watauga High Athletics Director Tom Wright has announced that Friday night's scheduled game between the Pioneers and Hibriten in Lenior, N.C., has been postponed due to inclement weather and will be rescheduled at a later date. The

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Mountaineers Drop Heartbreaker at UTC

Appalachian State University men’s basketball got off to a quick start, but was unable to overcome a late Chattanooga surge in a heartbreaking 91-88 overtime loss to its Southern Conference rival on Thursday at The McKenzie Arena. The

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227 Students Named to Fall Academic Honor Roll

Two-hundred and twenty-seven Appalachian State University students were named to the athletics department's academic honor roll for the fall 2012 semester, director of academic services for student-athletes Kim Sherrill announced on Friday.

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Bobcats dedicate McNair and Debi Tornow Court

Lees-McRae College and Director of Athletics Craig McPhail were pleased to welcome McNair and Debi Tornow to campus on Wednesday evening for a special celebration, which was held in dedication of the McNair & Debi Tornow Court in the

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Lamb Commits To ASU


Quarterback Taylor Lamb, the son of former Furman coach and current Mercer University coach Bobby Lamb, has changed his mind. Lamb, the Gatorade Player of the Year in Georgia, originally made a verbal commitment to attend South Alabama next fall. But Lamb, a senior at Calhoun High

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Pioneers To Host Pack The Pantry Night

Watauga High has announced that Pioneer Athletics is doing another Pack the Pantries night.  The Pioneers will host the event on February 12, 2013, on

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Pioneers Drop NW3A/4A Opener

The Watauga High wrestling team came up short against South Caldwell in the Northwestern 3A/4A Conference opener Tuesday night at Lentz-Eggers Gym.

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WHS Swimming Dominates Again

The Watauga High boys and girls swimming teams closed out the regular season on a strong note on Wednesday night at the Wilkes County YMCA. The

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WHS Basketball Postponed

Watauga High Athletics Director Tom Wright has announced that tonight's scheduled basketball games between the Pioneers and Fred T. Foard have been postponed due to inclement weather. The

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Bobcats Just Keep On Winning....

The Lees-McRae College women's basketball team outscored North Greenville University by a 45-28 margin in the second half to overcome a four-point halftime deficit, extending its winning streak to five

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Lentz Picks Up 400th Win

The Lenoir-Rhyne Men's Basketball Team (10-3, 3-2) handed Catawba (4-9, 1-4) a 57-51 defeat Wednesday in a South Atlantic Conference contest and gave 27th-year mentor John Lentz his 400th

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Healy Named SoCon Student-Athlete of Week

Appalachian State University men's basketball forward Nathan Healy has been named as the Southern Conference Student-Athlete of the Week, the league office announced Wednesday. Healy, who

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Signing Day Receptions Set for Boone, Triangle

Due to great demand over the first four years of the event, Appalachian State University football will host two National Signing Day receptions in 2013 with the first event slated for Wednesday, Feb. 6 in

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Sydnor Named SoCon Player of Week

Appalachian State’s Maryah Sydnor has been named the Southern Conference Women’s Basketball Player of the Week for games through January 14, the

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ASU Wrestling Holds Off Campbell, 16-15

By picking up his second major decision in the last three bouts, redshirt freshman Zack Strickland's 11-3 victory at 165 pounds was the deciding factor in Appalachian State University wrestling's 16-15 win

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Pioneers Produce Three More State Qualifiers

Believe it or not, but the outdoor track season is just a little less than two months away. And the Watauga High boys and girls indoor track teams are gearing up for it, thanks in part to some strong

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Margolis Leads Pioneers Over South Caldwell

Ben Margolis picked up right where he left off last Friday night. The Watauga High senior poured in a team-high 17 points Tuesday night as the Pioneers (8-4 overall; 2-1 Northwestern 3A/4A Conference)

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WHS End Long Drought At South Caldwell

It took a while---16 years to be exact---but it finally happened. The Watauga High girls basketball team finally picked up its first win on the road against South Caldwell since the 1996-97 season. WHS rallied

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