One thing is for sure, never underestimate a Pete Hardee coached team. The Watauga High baseball team proved that on Saturday against Charlotte-Providence. Coming off a disappointing loss Friday night at Fred T. Foard, the Pioneers (3-3), who have lost two in a row, gave Providence (8-0) all it could handle. But in the

A winning streak that dates back to April 22, 2012 continued on Friday afternoon as the Appalachian State University softball won its 20th-straight game at Sywassink/Lloyd Family Stadium, by blasting

Lees-McRae senior Matt Harpenau (15) and sophomore Brady Markle (11) registered double digit kills, but LMC fell 11-25, 22-25, 15-25 to No. 12 IPFW in nonconference action Friday night at Gates Sports

Appalachian State University women’s tennis lost its final match in Charleston, S.C. with a 5-2 defeat at the hands Southern Miss on Friday.

An error by the Appalachian State University baseball team helped the University of Michigan (6-10-1) stretch its early lead, and a controversial call in the eighth inning saw Appalachian’s hopes of a