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Slow Start Dooms Mountaineers

The Appalachian State University men's basketball team turned the ball over 20 times in the first half and dropped an 81-68 decision to former Southern-Conference rival, East Tennessee State, Tuesday night in Johnson City, TN.
The Mountaineers (1-1) were ice cold from the floor in the first half and only made six field goals. In turn,

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Linville Signs With Catamounts

Watauga High senior Max Linville has never been one to shy away from a challenge. Dating back to his younger days, when he actually brought a teddy bear with him to recreation-league games, or during his four-year stay with the Pioneers, Linville has always been one to over achieve. Full Story

 
Hauck Named Southeast Region Player Of Year

Five members of the Lenoir-Rhyne Women's Soccer Team have been named to the 2011 Daktronics NCAA Division II All-Southeast Region Teams including senior defender Catherine Hauck (Lake Mary, Fla.), who was named region player of the year.
Hauck is a two-time South Atlantic Conference Player Of The Year (2010-11) and a 2010 NCAA Division II All-American who led L-R to its second consecutive conference regular season championship this fall.  Currently, Hauck is second on the team in goals (11) and points scored (26).  Hauck is a

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Nine Bears Earn 2011 All-SAC Football Honors

The Lenoir-Rhyne University Football Team, fresh off its first league championship in 17 years, placed nine players on the 2011 All-South Atlantic Conference First and Second Teams.
L-R (7-3, 6-1) was one behind Mars Hill (10) for the most all-conference players this season.  The Lions share the SAC Championship with the Bears in 2011.
Of the nine Lenoir-Rhyne players to garner all-league accolades, six

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Bobcats Place Three On All-Southeast Region Team

Lees-McRae College senior Mary Dorn (Shallotte, N.C.) headlines a trio of three Bobcat women's soccer players on the 2011 Daktronics NCAA Division II all-Southeast Region team, announced region officials Tuesday.
Dorn garnered all-region recognition for the first time in her career, earning a spot on the first team, as the Bobcats set a program-record with three selections. Sophomore MaryBeth Sullivan (Greensboro, N.C.)

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Quick Added To Payton Watch List

Appalachian State University wide receiver Brian Quick was officially added to The Sports Network’s official watch list for the 2011 Walter Payton Award on Tuesday. Quick is one of 20 players under official consideration for the Payton Award, which is presented annually to the nation’s top

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Koppenhaver Scores Four In Collegiate Debut

Will Koppenhaver, a two-time All-Northwestern 3A/4A Conference performer at Watauga High, tipped off his collegiate career last Friday night.
A freshman at Guilford College, Koppenhaver made his debut against Southern Conference powerhouse

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Bobcats Coast Past Tigers, 95-31

Five players scored in double figures to lead the Lees-McRae College women's basketball team to a 95-31 win over visiting Hiwassee College on Monday evening in Williams Gymnasium.
Lees-McRae (2-0) shot 52.1 percent from the floor, including a 54.3 percent clip in the second half, while limiting Hiwassee (2-2) to a 22.6 percent mark from the field on the evening. The Bobcats won the battle on the glass by a 55-27 margin, including a 40-22 advantage on the defensive boards, while converting 29 Tiger turnovers into 36 points.
Paige Whitaker (Harrisburg, N.C.) and Icey Patterson (Seneca, S.C.) paced the Bobcats with 12 points each,

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ASU Notebook: Stewart Named Special Teams Player of Week

After setting school records with six field goals and 21 kicking points in Appalachian State University’s 46-14 win over Western Carolina on Saturday, sophomore place kicker Drew Stewart has been named the Southern Conference Special Teams Player of the Week, the league officeannounced on Monday.

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Montana State No.1, Mountaineers Ranked In Top Ten

Montana State University has a No.1 ranking for the first time in school history. And the Bobcats (9-1) did it without even playing last week. Montana State, which was second in the polls last week climbed to No.1, when North Dakota State, which led the top spot the last two weeks, dropped a 27-24 decision at home to Youngstown State. Full Story

 
Culler Named SAC Player of Week

Lenoir-Rhyne University's Whitley Culler (Mount Airy, N.C.) has been named the South Atlantic Conference Women's Basketball Player Of The Week, the first of the 2011-12 season, league officials announced today. Culler, a junior guard, averaged 21.0 points and 12.0 rebounds in

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Edwards Makes Collegiate Debut

 

Damian Edwards, a three-year varsity starter at Watauga High, made his collegiate debut Sunday. Edwards, who was primarily a shooting guard for the Pioneers, is currently playing point guard for his new

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Stewart Named SoCon Special Teams Player Of Week

 Place-kicker Drew Stewart of the Appalachian State University football team has been named Southern Conference Special Teams Player of the Week.
The sophomore from Gastonia, N.C., tied a Southern Conference record and set a new Appalachian State

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Wagner Resigns At WCU

Dennis Wagner has seen enough and he's made up his mind. Wagner has called it quits. He has stepped down as head football coach at Western Carolina University. Wagner met with interim Athletics Director Fred Cantler

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Toure, Delbridge Named to All-Tournament Team

Following the Mountaineers' departure from the 2011 Southern Conference tournament, two Appalachian State men's soccer players have been named to the all-Tournament team. Defender Harrison Delbridge

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Linville Signs With Western On Tuesday

Watuaga High senior Max Linville will sign his National Letter of Intent with Western Carolina University Tuesday afternoon at 3 p.m. in the WHS Media Center. Full Story

 
WHS Soccer Has Six All-Conference Selections

The Watauga High boys soccer team had six players named to the Northwestern 3A/4A Conference team. Senior Zach Helms, who paced the Pioneers

 

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LRU Women's Soccer Advances To Southeast Regional

The Lenoir-Rhyne Women's Soccer Team (17-2-1) advanced in penalty kicks, 5-3, over Columbus State (16-4-3) Sunday in the NCAA Division II Southeast Regional Tournament at the Moretz Sports - Athletic Complex. The match was scoreless after two overtimes. Lenoir-Rhyne, the second seed in the region, will move on to face Full Story

 
Bobcats Sweep Royals To Win Conference Tournament

Senior Megan Epperson (St. John, Ind.) posted a double-double with 10 kills and 10 digs to earn tournament MVP honors, and lead the Lees-McRae College women's volleyball team to a straight-set sweep of Queens University of Charlotte in the championship match of theConference Carolinas Tournament on Sunday afternoon in Williams Gymnasium. Lees-McRae (27-8) won the match by scores of 25-21, 25-21, and 25-18,

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