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SoCon Concludes Spring Meetings

The Southern Conference completed its annual Spring Meetings on Friday (June 1).  The four-day meetings were attended by each of the member institutions' President or Chancellor, Athletics Director, Senior Woman Administrator and Faculty Athletics Representative. The league's football and men's and women's basketball coaches also held

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Watauga Junior Legion Postponed

The Watauga Junior American Legion baseball team had its scheduled game with Alexander County postponed tonight at Pioneer Field. No make up date has been announced. Watauga (0-2) will play at Maiden Saturday afternoon at

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The Appalachian State University baseball team, making its first NCAA regional appearance in nearly 30 years, will have to wait at least one more day thanks to Mother Nature. Strong storms and rainy conditions at Davenport Field

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Bostick Brings Talents to Elon From Akron

Elon University football coach Jason Swepson announced Thursday that running back Karl Bostick (Englewood, N.J./Bergen Catholic HS) has transferred in to the Phoenix program after playing his freshman season at the University of Akron

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'Dads top Power, 3-2, Win Fourth Straight

The Hickory Crawdads won their fourth straight game with a 3-2 victory against the West Virginia Power before 2,656 fans at L.P. Frans Stadium on Thursday night. The Crawdads (27-25) struck right away in the bottom of the first inning against RHP Ryan Hafner (L, 0-4).  With one away, SS Luis Sardinas

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Tailwinds Results From Winston-Salem

Tailwind Track & Field took six of its team members to compete in the Johnson-Riley Track Challenge in Walkertown, N.C. Saturday, May 26th. And those individuals put on a solid showing against a competitive field by scoring 50 points. Holden Perry led the way as he won the Bantam boys (9-10 years old)

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Lees-McRae College Launches New Athletic Website

Lees-McRae College is pleased to debut the new home of its athletic department on the web, launching the all-new Thursday, announced Director of Athletics Craig McPhail. Fans can immediately continue following each of Lees-McRae’s 17 intercollegiate athletic programs on the newly redesigned and improved The new

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Due to a forecast that calls for severe thunderstorms and heavy rain late in the day on Friday for the Charlottesville area, game times have been moved up at the Charlottesville Regional of the 2012 NCAA Division I Baseball Tournament. Appalachian State University baseball, which was schedule to play at 8 p.m., will now play much earlier in the day in

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Six Huskies Earn All-MVC Choices

The Ashe County High baseball and softball teams had six players named to the All-Mountain Valley 1A/2A All-Conference teams in baseball and softball. Pitcher Allison Powers, who led the Huskies in victories, made the all-conference

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Five Future ACC Players Named To Parade All-America Team

The Atlantic Coast Conference was well represented on the Parade High School Basketball All-America Team. A total of five players headed to the ACC were on that squad. The University of North Carolina (Marcus Paige and

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Morgan, Sawyer No Longer Mountaineers

Running back Quartterrio Morgan and tight end Trevor Sawyer did not meet NCAA academic eligibility standards and both players are no longer members of Appalachian State's football program. Sawyer, a red-shirt freshman from Asheville, N.C., where he attended Asheville High School, made the travel

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'Dads Sweep Delmarva

The Hickory Crawdads completed the series sweep with the 3-2 win against the Delmarva Shorebirds at Arthur W. Perdue Stadium on Wednesday night. The Crawdads (26-25), who climbed back over the .500 mark, snapped a 1-1 tie

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Quick Gets His Own Trading Card

Former Appalachian State wide receiver Brian Quick has been given his first official trading card thanks to the Topps Company, located in New York City. Quick, the all-time leading receiver in ASU history, was taken by the

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Bobcats To Interview Snyder

The Charlotte Bobcats, who had the worst record (7-59) in the National Basketball Association last season, and the worst winning percentage (.106) in league history, will reportedly interview former Duke Blue Devil Quinn Snyder for their vacant head-coaching job. Snyder, who played at Duke from 1985-89, was an assistant coach with the Los Angeles Lakers this

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ASU Claims Seventh-Straight Commissioner’s Cup

Appalachian State University claimed its seventh-straight Southern Conference Commissioner’s Cup for excellence in men’s athletics, the conference announced Wednesday. The Mountaineers, who have claimed the Cup in 20 of the past 21 years, have now earned the award a total of 32 times. No other conference school has won the Commissioner’s Cup more than

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SoCon Meeting In Asheville

Commissioner John Iamarino and the Southern Conference are holding their spring meeting today in Asheville. The meeting, which includes school presidents, athletic directors and coaches, will focus its discussion on the status of

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Payano, Crawdads Dominates Birds

Victor Payano turned in his most impressive effort of the year Tuesday night as the Hickory Crawdads blanked the Delmarva Shorebirds, 9-0, for their fourth shutout victory of the season at Arthur W. Perdue Stadium. Payano (4-2), a

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FCS Title Game January 5

The NCAA has announced that the Football Championship Series Divison I National Championship game will be played at FC Dallas Stadium in Frisco, TX., on Saturday, January 5 at 1 p.m. FC Dallas Stadium hosted its first tite game last season when North Dakota State defeated Sam Houston State, 17-6. A sellout crowd of 20,586 was in attendance. This is the second

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Watauga-McDowell Rescheduled For June 4

Watauga Junior American Legion coach Bradley Rudisill has announced that the McDowell game rained out last Thursday, May 24 will be made up Monday, June 4 at Watauga-High Field at 6 p.m. Watauga (0-2) entertains Alexander County Friday night in its home opener at 5 p.m. Also, Rudisill has announced that pitcher Tripp Taylor will be out for about three weeks

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