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Lenoir-Rhyne Women Fall To No.5 Clayton State

The Clayton State Women's Basketball Team (5-0) rallied to remain unbeaten on the season with a 52-48 victory over Lenoir-Rhyne (4-2) Sunday afternoon on the final day of the Loch Shop Classic at

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Moore Steps Down As ASU Football Coach

Jerry Moore, the winningest coach in Appalachian State University and Southern Conference history, will not return as Appalachian State University football’s head coach, director of athletics Charlie Cobb announced on Sunday. “Following the end of last season (2011), Coach Moore and I Full Story


Here are the scores from the North Carolina High School Athletic Association football championship games that were played this weekend.....

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Webb Tops Nation In Pole Vault, Qualifies For Nationals

Junior Evan Webb (Salisbury, N.C.) posted an NCAA provisionally qualifying mark of 4.90 meters to win the pole vault competition and pace the Lees-McRae College men's track and field team

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WHS Matmen Place Two At Falcon Frenzy

The Watauga High wrestling team finished 14th on Saturday at the Falcon Frenzy Tournament at West Henderson High in Hendersonville, N.C. And the Pioneers also had two place finishers

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Curry Qualifies For Nationals At ASU Invitational

Junior Kortnie Curry (Lexington, N.C.) set a new school record with an NCAA provisional qualifying mark of 1.67 meters in the high jump, and Rachelle Cleveland (Moyock, N.C.)

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Crawford Record-Breaking Day Leads ASU

Appalachian State University women’s track team finished day two of the Appalachian Invitational strong as they junior Cassie Crawford broke her own App State Holmes Center

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Cobras Surge Past Bobcats

Amber Lau poured in 27 points in the first half to propel the Coker College women's basketball team to a 63-29 halftime lead, and the Cobras held off a late rally by Lees-McRae College en

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L-R Women Upend North Georgia

The Lenoir-Rhyne Women's Basketball Team (4-1) opened the Loch Shop Classic with a 74-61 victory over North Georgia (2-4) Saturday afternoon at the Athletics & Fitness Center. L-R

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Terriers, Eagles Advance To National Quarters

The Wofford football team was led by Eric Breitenstein with 247 rushing yards and three touchdowns in a 23-7 win over New Hampshire in the second round of the NCAA FCS Playoffs

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Mountaineers Fall at Missouri

Appalachian State University men’s basketball was unable to overcome a high-powered offensive attack as it fell to No. 16/15 Missouri by a 72-56 final on Saturday at Mizzou Arena.

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Mountaineers Suffer Heartbreaking Loss

Illinois State’s Shelby Harris blocked Appalachian State University’s would-be game-tying extra point at the end of overtime to deal the Mountaineers a heart-wrenching 38-37 defeat in the Full Story

Bears Fall To Wingate In NCAA Division II Playoffs

The Wingate Volleyball Team (30-2) defeated Lenoir-Rhyne (19-12), 3-0, in the opening round of the NCAA Division II Southeast Regional Tournament Thursday afternoon at the

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Robinson Signs With L-R

Kim Robinson made history on Friday. She became the first Watuaga High softball player to sign with a nationally-ranked team. Robinson, arguably the best softball player in school history,

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Here is a rundown of Friday night's basketball games in the Northwestern 3A/4A Conference, and a peak at the early NW3A/4A standings.

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Chiefs LB Belcher Kills Self

The Carolina Panthers make their way to Kansas City to play the Chiefs (1-10) Sunday afternoon. Coverage begins at 12 noon on Mix 102.3 FM. The Chiefs are struggling. They find

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Pioneers Off To Best Start In 13 Years

The Watauga High women's basketball team completed the three-game sweep of its season-opening homestand by knocking off Ashe County 47-33 Friday night at Lentz-Eggers Gym. The last time WHS (3-

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Mountaineers Win in Overtime

Katie Mallow dropped a three pointer with 33 seconds remaining in overtime to cushion Appalachian State University women’s basketball to a 77-73 win at Xavier on Friday night at

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College of Charleston Leaves For CAA

Southern Conference Commissioner John Iamarino released the following statement regarding Friday’s announcement that the College of Charleston Board of Trustees has voted to join the Colonial Athletic Association: “We’re naturally disappointed, but not surprised, by today’s decision. Full Story

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