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Mount Olive Women's Tennis Blanks Bears

The Lenoir-Rhyne Women's Tennis Team (0-6) was shut out by Mount Olive (7-2), 9-0, Sunday afternoon in an NCAA Division II match at the Walker Center. L-R will remain on the road on Monday whe

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Cohen, Davidson Too Much For Elon in SoCon Semifinal

South Division No. 1 seed Davidson rolled into the Southern Conference Basketball Championship title game with an 83-67 win over North No. 2 Elon Saturday night. It marks the first finals appearance for the Wildcats since winning the crown in 2008 in North Charleston, S.C. Jake Cohen (24) and

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Cobras Rally For 5-4 Win

The Coker College men's tennis team registered four victories in singles play to rally for a 5-4 win over Lees-McRae College on Sunday afternoon in Conference Carolinas play at Grandfather Mountain Country Club. Lees-McRae's (1-5, 1-1 CC) duo of Pedro De Sousa Nunes (Florianopolis, Santa Catarina, Brazil) and

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Curry, Thornton Have Record Day For Bobcats

Sophomore Kortnie Curry (Lexington, N.C.) and freshman Meagan Thornton (Millville, N.J.) each set a school record on Saturday afternoon to lead the Lees-McRae College women's track and field team to a strong performance at Lenoir-Rhyne University's Power Sox Invitational. Curry set a program record

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Records Fall For LRU At PowerSox Invitational

The Lenoir-Rhyne Men's and Women's Track and Field Teams broke several school records Saturday at the 2012 PowerSox Invitational, the first of two outdoor meets the Bears will host this season, at the Irwin Belk Track as part of the Moretz Sports - Athletic Complex. In the men's and women's

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Bears Struggle At Mid-South Classic

The No. 22 Lenoir-Rhyne Softball Team (18-5) lost twice on the final day of the Mid-South Classic Sunday afternoon at Tyger River Park. L-R fell to Columbus State (1-0) and Lander (7-1) on the day and the Bears went 2-3 for the tournament. The Cougars' Mollie Russell (Decatur, Ala.) threw a

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Apps Split On Final Day Of Spartan Classic

Appalachian State University softball splits its final two games of the Subway Spartan Classic with a 11-0 victory over N.C. Central and a 7-2 setback to host USC Upstate on Sunday at Cyrill Stadium. The Mountaineers have outscored the Eagles 38-3 and out hit NCCU 55-20 in their four-game sweep. Senior Megan Rembielak

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Foster Named RB Coach; Spring Ball Begins Monday

Appalachian State University football officially finalized the hiring of Chris Foster as an assistant coach last week. Foster will coach running backs for the Mountaineers, which begin spring practice on Monday. Foster comes to Appalachian from Gardner-Webb, where he served as the Full Story

 
Mountaineers' Winning Streak At Seven Games

Noah Holmes (Rockwell, N.C./East Rowan) went 4-for-5 with two doubles and Hector Crespo (Miami, Fla./Florida Christian) had a career-high five RBI to help Appalachian State University baseball complete a four-game series sweep with a 15-4 romp over

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Samford Dumps Davidson, Advances To Finals

The number four seed Samford held off No. 1 seed Davidson, 62-51, in the opening semifinal game at the Southern Conference Women's Basketball Championship. The Bulldogs used a strong first half to out-distance the Wildcats. Shelby Campbell was

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ASU Throttles UTC To Advance To Finals

A career-high 30 points from Maryah Sydnor helped Appalachian State women’s basketball knock off Chattanooga, 77-52, to advance to a second Southern Conference championship game in as many years. The Mountaineers (25-5) will face

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NORTHWESTERN 3A/4A BASEBALL SCOREBOARD

The Watauga High baseball team had its game with Ardrey Kell rained out on Saturday. It's been tenatively rescheduled for Saturday, March 17 down in Charlotte. The Pioneers begin Northwestern 3A/4A Conference play Tuesday night in

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LMC/Coker Softball DH Moved To April 1


The Lees-McCrae/Coker College softball double-header scheduled for Sunday was postponed due to inclement weather and has been

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Wildcats, Bulldogs, Mocs Move On

Samford took control of the game early and their control never relinquished as the Bulldogs snapped Elon's four-game winning streak, with a 67-36 victory in the quarterfinals of the 2012 Southern Conference

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Catamounts, Wildcats, Phoenix All Advance

North Division No. 3 Western Carolina breezed past South No. 2 Wofford 82-59 Saturday afternoon in the U.S. Cellular Center. It was a total team effort as six Catamounts scored in double figures. Harouna Mutombo led the way with

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WHS Track Produces Three Regional Qualifers

The Watauga High men's and women's track teams opened their season Friday night under the lights at Mount Tabor High School in Winston-Salem, and they picked up right where they left off  after the indoor season. The WHS men finished

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Red Tornadoes, Eagles Advance To State Finals

The Hickory High men's basketball team moved a step closer to the Class 3A state championship on Saturday as the Red Tornadoes (25-5) defeated Concord 81-75 in overtime at the Greensboro Coliseum Special Events Center. It's Hickory's first trip to

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Apps Over Power Eagles

A six-run sixth-inning gave Appalachian State University softball a 9-1 victory over N.C. Central Saturday night at Cyrill Stadium. The Mountaineers (8-6) have beaten the Eagles (1-13) for the third-time this season and are now 7-0 all-time. Appalachian

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Bears Split DH With Wingate

Lenoir-Rhyne (5-18, 2-7) and Wingate (10-11, 2-7) split a South Atlantic Conference baseball doubleheader on Saturday afternoon at Bears Field. The Bears won the first game by an 8-3 score while the Bulldogs won the second contest, 8-6, to

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