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Mountaineers Add Highly Rated Wide Out

Jaylan Barbour, a true freshman ranked among the nation’s top 100 wide receivers in the high-school class of 2014, has enrolled at Appalachian State University and joined the Mountaineers’ football program. Barbour, a 5-10, 165-pounder from Monroe, N.C., signed a National Letter Full Story

 
LMC Women's Soccer Hosting Nine Games

The Lees-McRae women’s soccer team will host nine matches during the 2014 slate, announced head coach Nick Whiting Wednesday afternoon. The three-time defending Conference Carolinas regular season champions look for the rare four-peat behind senior goalie Kaitlyn Briggs (Oviedo, Fla.). Whiting’s squad will consist of

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Can Edwards Be The Answer.....

There's one thing can say about Armanti Edwards---the guy knows how to survive. The former Appalachian State University All-America is alive and kicking and still searching for a spot on a National

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'Dads Win Fifth Straight

Apparantly, the Hickory Crawdads want to spruce things up. And in turn, they nearly gave one away on Tuesday night. The Crawdads (52-30 overall; 11-2 in the second half of the South Atlantic League) blew a three-run eighth inning lead, but rallied to beat the West Virginia Power 11-6 at Appalachian Power Park.

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App State, Boone Celebrate Sun Belt Day

Appalachian State University and the town of Boone celebrated Appalachian State’s first official day as a member of the Sun Belt Conference with a series of Sun Belt Day events on Tuesday. The day began with the Boone Chamber of Commerce’s Wake Up Watauga breakfast Full Story

 
Belgium Eliminates USA, 2-1

It took extra time to decide Tuesday's Sweet 16 match between the United States and Belgium in Salvador, Brazil in the FIFA World Cup. Belgium prevailed 2-1. With the win, Belgium advances to the quarterfinals.

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FREE SOCCER CLINIC

Watauga County Parks and Recreation is proud to offer a FREE soccer clinic to the community on Sunday 6th July in conjunction with Challenger Sports. These free skill sessions will help improve the player’s technical skills in a fun and challenging environment. The professional Challenger Sports Soccer coaches will lead each session. This

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Cameron Resigns as Women's Lacrosse Coach

Lees-McRae women’s lacrosse head coach Ray Cameron has resigned effective immediately, announced Director of Athletics Craig McPhail.

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Softball Has Four All-Staters

The Appalachian State University softball team had four student-athletes earning North Carolina Collegiate Sports Information Association (NCCSIA) University Division all-state honors. The Mountaineers garnered the second-most first-team honorees with two; they also had two second-team honorees.

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Kostis Steps Down....

Watauga High Athletic Director Tom Wright was hoping was kick back a bit during the summer break. Unfortunately, those plans have been somewhat derailed.

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Crawdads Complete Four-Game Sweep

The Hickory Crawdads broke out the long ball Monday night to complete their four-game sweep of the Greenville Drive. Jairo Beras, Kellin Deglan, and Lewis Brinson all went yard to lead the 'Dads to a 10-3 win at L.P. Frans Stadium.

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Sun Belt Welcomes Four New Members

The dawn of a new era in the Sun Belt Conference began today as new members Appalachian State, Georgia Southern, Idaho and New Mexico State officially joined the league as part of its expansion effort originally announced on March 27, 2013.

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Vieitez, Rumford Named All-State

Lenoir-Rhyne University's Ivan Vieitez and Brantley Rumford earned 2014 NCCSIA All-State College Division Baseball honors. NCCSIA is the North Carolina Collegiate Sports Information Association.

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App State Officially Joins Sun Belt

A move that was decades in the making came to fruition on Tuesday morning when Appalachian State University officially became a member of the Sun Belt Conference.

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Allen Named Freedom's New Football Coach

Well, it didn't really take long for Freedom High to find a new football coach. Afterall, the Patriots have a strong tradition, and they've won 43 games, which includes four consecutive 10-win seasons, in the last four years.

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Crawdads in 1st Place after 5-2 Week

The Hickory Crawdads returned to L.P. Frans Stadium for their first home stand of the 2nd half this week and continued their torrid pace through the month of June with five wins through the first seven games. The 'Dads have thus far posted a 23-3 record this month, already a franchise record with one game remaining.

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Patriots Take Silver At State Games

The Freedom High girls' basketball team captured the silver medal at the North Carolina Powerade State Games in Charlotte, N.C., in the High School Girls' Basketball Showcase.

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Guzman Leads 'Dads To Victory

Remember that old cliche', "If at first you don't succeed, try, try again." Well, Ronald Guzman of the Hickory Crawdads did just that. And he tried, and tried, and tried before all that effort finally paid off.

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Passed Ball Sneaks 'Dads Past Drive

The Hickory Crawdads just keep finding different ways to win. On Saturday, they scored on a passed ball in the bottom of the ninth and defeated the Greenville Drive 5-4 at L.P. Frans Stadium.

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