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Pioneers Hand Out Team Awards

The Watauga High football team had its end-of-the-year banquet Sunday night. And the Pioneers, who were 7-6 this season under fourth-year coach Tim Pruitt, handed out their yearly

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Sanders Reaching A Milestone

He won't make a big deal out of it, but Watauga High men's basketball coach Rob Sanders is just one win away from his 100th career victory.
He's also third in school history in wins behind a pair of

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Freeman, Mallow Shine In Win At Western

Courtney Freeman notched her fourth career double-double and Katie Mallow poured in a career-high 14 points in Appalachian State women's basketball's 82-46 win over Southern Conference rival

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Appalachian Wrestling Halts Gardner-Webb

The Mountaineers earned wins in an impressive nine of 10 bouts to earn an easy 41-2 win, as Appalachian State wrestling defeated Southern Conference opponent Gardner-Webb on Monday evening

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Brinkley Scores 23, Bears Overwhelm St. Andrews

The Lenoir-Rhyne Women's Basketball Team (8-2) scored early and often en route to an 89-41 victory over St. Andrews (0-6) Monday evening at Shuford Memorial Gymnasium.
L-R sophomore forward Whitney Brinkley (Asheville, N.C.) led the way

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Nelson Named ASU Men’s Soccer Coach

Matt Nelson, who was named the Southern Conference Men’s Soccer Coach of the Year while serving as the acting head coach at Appalachian State University this past season, has been selected

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Coffey Captures Second Tournament Title Saturday

The 2011-12 North Carolina high school wrestling season is only two meets old, but Gus Coffey of Wataua High is off to a flying start.
Coffey, who opened the season by winning the tournament title at the Old Appalachian Invitational the

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Bobcats Dominate SECCC Cyclocross Championships

The Lees-McRae College cycling team took the top four spots in all but one race on Sunday, running away with the team omnium at the 2011 Southeastern Collegiate Cycling Conference Cyclocross Championships on the LMC campus.
Matt Zimmer (DeWitt, Iowa) kicked off the day for the Bobcats with an individual win in the

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Georgia Southern Out Lasts Old Dominion, 55-48

Behind 255 yards on the ground from Dominique Swope, the Georgia Southern Football team outlasted Old Dominion in high-scoring affair 55-48 at Paulson Stadium, Saturday afternoon. The first back to rush for over 200 yards since Jason Foster did so in 2007, Swope led the Eagles

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Williamson Shines In Setback at Georgia Southern

Senior Andre Williamson (Dayton, Ohio/Prince George) led Appalachian State University men’s basketball with 13 points  and nine rebounds, but Georgia Southern continued its hot shooting streak to pull off a

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Curry Leads Bobcats At ASU Invitational

Sophomore Kortnie Curry (Lexington, N.C.) paced the Lees-McRae College women's track and field team to a solid season-opening performance at the 2011

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NCHSAA Announces Realignment For 2013

The North Carolina High School Athletic Association has released its initial draft of the 2013-17 realignment.
What has been projected so far is a computer generated initial draft that will officially

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STATE CHAMPIONSHIP GAME RESULTS

Here is a rundown of this weekend's state championship game results

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Women's Track & Field Has Strong Showing In Season Opener

Appalachian State University women’s track and field started its 2011-12 campaign very strong with five top-two finishers in the 16 team Appalachian Indoor Invitational at Holmes Convocation Center Saturday afternoon.
Sophomore Shaquiela Robinson moved up in

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Mountaineers Eliminated by Maine, 34-12

For the first time in seven years, No. 9/8 Appalachian State University football team failed to win a postseason game, as it turned the ball over three times and rushed for only three yards in a 34-12 loss to No. 13 Maine in the second round

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Newberry Nips Lenoir-Rhyne, 63-62

The Newberry College Women's Basketball Team (4-2, 1-0) pulled out a 63-62 victory Lenoir-Rhyne University (7-2, 1-1) in a South Atlantic Conference game Saturday afternoon at Eleazer Arena.
Newberry's Neicey Lewis (Nambour, Queensland, AUSTRALIA) sank a pair of free throws with

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Pioneers Hold Off Avery, 61-54

The Watauga High men's basketball team loves living on the edge.
For the second game in a row, the Pioneers dramatically pulled out a close win

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ASU Offers Scholarship To Holloway

Running back Tysean Holloway of Asheville High has been offered a scholarship to play football at Appalachian State University next fall. Holloway, a 6-1 185 pound senior, ran for

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LMC To Host Cyclocross Championships

The Lees-McRae College cycling team is set to host the 2011 Southeastern Collegiate Cycling Conference Cyclocross Championships this Sunday, looking to

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