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Hickory Sweeps Catawba Classic

The Hickory High boys and girls basketball teams continued their winning ways on Saturday at the Catawba Christmas Classic as each team claimed another championship. The HHS boys (9-2) defeated Newton Conover 61-50 to win the

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Bears Beat Lander In Holiday Classic

The Lenoir-Rhyne Men's Basketball Team (8-2) notched a 60-58 win over Lander (5-4) Saturday afternoon on the final day of the Bearcat Holiday Classic at Horne Arena. L-R junior forward Allan Jones (Clemmons, N.C.) came off the bench

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Mountaineers Close Out 2012 Against Milligan

Appalachian State University men's basketball closes out the 2012 calendar year when it plays host to Milligan in the final non-conference game of the season at 2 p.m. on Sunday. The Mountaineers (3-8) are looking to close out the year with

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Indians Suffer First Loss

Hickory High’s boys basketball team made its way back to the championship game of the Catawba Valley Classic by knocking off St. Stephens 52-45 in the semifinals Friday night. The Red Tornadoes, who are looking for their 12th

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Pioneers Snap Losing Streak Against Alleghany

It took nearly a month, but the Watauga High girls basketball team finally righted the ship on Friday. WHS (4-4), led by Hannah Margolis, Savanna Wood and Kaelin McNeill, defeated Alleghany 64-53 in the final round of the Alleghany

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Georgia College Gets By Lenoir-Rhyne, 75-71

The Lenoir-Rhyne Men's Basketball Team (7-2) fell to Georgia College (5-3), 75-71, Friday evening on the first day of the Bearcat Holiday Classic at Horne Arena. The Bobcats' Nate Hamilton (Snellville, Ga.) came off the bench to lead all scorers

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West Virginia Downs Mountaineers, 72-67

Despite three scorers in double figures, Appalachian State women's basketball was unable to hang on for a win Friday. The Mountaineers (7-2, 1-0 SoCon) had a second close call this season in their 72-67 loss to West Virginia University (8-3) at

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Middlebrook Commits To Wolverines

Watauga High senior Darby Middlebrook has made a verbal commitment to attend the University of Michigan, in Ann Arbor, Mich., and a member of the Big Ten Conference, next season to run track and cross country. Middlebrook, a three-sport athlete at WHS in track, Full Story

Pioneers-Tigers Rescheduled

Watauga High boys basketball coach Rob Sanders has announced that the Fred T. Foard game postponed on December 18 will be made up on Thursday,

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Indians, Red Tornadoes Remain Undefeated

The St. Stephens boys basketball team kept its unblemished record intact by knocking off Bunker HIll 74-51 Thursday night in the opening round of the

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Pioneers Dominate North Surry

The Watauga High boys basketball team shook off the effects of its 13-day layoff by blasting North Surry 75-50 Thursday afternoon in the opening-round of the Alleghany Christmas Tournament in Sparta, N.C. Cameron Baker led three players in

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Former Mountaineers in the NFL: Week 16

Seven former Appalachian State University football student-athletes are currently in the National Football League and five are members of their teams' active 53-man rosters. Below is a look at how the former Mountaineers fared in Week 16 of

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Defending SoCon Champs Finalize 2013 Schedule

Defending Southern Conference champion Appalachian State University baseball unveiled its 2013 schedule on Wednesday. The 2013 slate includes 26 home games at Beaver Field at Jim and Bettie Smith Stadium, where Appalachian State was

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Baskin, Healy Pace Mountaineers in Win Over PC

A 17-5 run to close the first half proved to be the difference in Appalachian State University men's basketball 78-70 win over Presbyterian on Saturday afternoon at the Holmes Center. With the victory, Appalachian State (3-8) enters an eight-

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Tigers Suffer First loss

The Fred T. Foard High boys basketball team tasted defeated for the first time this seasopn. The Tigers (8-1) dropped a 65-57 decision to Freedom in Morganton Friday night, The Patriots (8-2) scored who 18 points off Tiger turnovers. Jeron

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Indians Win Ninth Straight

The St. Stephens High boys basketball team just keeps rolling along. The Indians (9-0) blasted Bandys 52-38 Thursday night. Kerigan Farley led the way

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WHS Swimming Results from L-R

The Watauga High boys and girls swimming teams, despite a limited roster, competed at a four-team meet at Lenior-Rhyne University Wednesday night. The WHS girls were 3-1 in their dual meets and

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Appalachian Athletics Excels in the Classroom

Appalachian State University athletics continued to show its committment to academic excellence as over half of its athletic teams posted a cumulative and

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Kimbrough Picks Up Another All-America Honor

Appalachian State University linebacker Jeremy Kimbrough (Decatur, Ga./Cedar Grove) added to his lengthy list of accolades on Thursday when he was named

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