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Pioneers Fall in Double OT

The Watuaga High boys soccer team dropped a 2-1 decision to Mallard Creek in double overtime Saturday night in the second round of the Class 4A state playoffs at Jack Groce Stadium.
The Pioneers (16-6-1) actually took an early 1-0 lead

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Middlebrook Bested By George At State Meet

Watauga High junior Darby Middlebrook and Raleigh-Millbrook senior Samantha George traded places on Saturday.
Last year at this time, Middlebrook, who was coming into her own, pulled off a huge upset by knocking off George, the pre-race favorite to win the state championship. But this time around,


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Pioneers Finally "Get Off The Schnide"

The Watauga High football team ended four years of frustration Friday night.
It all came to an end, thanks to a determined senior class and a gutsy effort by quarterback Ethan Greene, who was playing on a badly sprained ankle. Greene, who rolled his ankle with 8:42 left in the first half as he was going out of bounds, hooked up with Ethan Poulos on a 28-yard scoring toss with 7:37 left in the fourth quarter that handed the Pioneers a 14-10 win at Jack Groce Stadium


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Greene Saves Pioneers In Playoff Opener

Ethan Greene displayed his moxie Friday night under adverse conditions.
The Watauga High football team, which had not won a state playoff game since 2007, was facing possible elimination at Jack Groce Stadium Friday night in the opening round of the Class 4A state playoffs. Greene, who went down with a serious ankle sprain with 8:42 left in the second quarter, was on the sidelines in obvious pain. His right ankle was


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Huskies Blitzed By Bandys

The Ashe County High football team saw its season come to an end in disappointing fashion Friday night.
The Huskies, coming off their first winning regular season since 2008, actually led Bandys 14-12 at the intermission. A blocked punt that was recovered by Michael Elliot in the end zone for a touchdown, and Sam Gammons 11-yard scoring toss to Tyler Stuart


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Swain County Batters Avery In Playoff Opener

The Avery High football team has had its share of problems stopping people this season.
And that was clearly evident Friday night as Swain County defeated the Vikings 63-35 in the opening round of the Class 1AA state playoffs in Bryson City, NC. Neither team really played much defense in the first half as the Maroon Devils (11-1 and the No.2

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LRU Women's Soccer In SAC Tournament Championship

For the second straight season, the Lenoir-Rhyne Women's Soccer Team (17-1) is in the finals of the Food Lion South Atlantic Conference Tournament after defeating Anderson (9-10-1), 2-0, in the semifinals Friday evening at Manchester Meadows.
The Bears, the top seed, will face the second-seeded

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Bobcats Reach Conference Finals

Freshman James Smith (Eastbourne, England) tallied a goal and an assist to lead the second-seeded Lees-McRae College men's soccer team to a 3-1 victory over sixth-seeded Erskine College in the semifinal round of the Conference Carolinas Tournament on Friday night on Tate Field.
Lees-McRae (14-4-1) outshot Erskine (10-8-1) by a

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Volleyball Comeback Falls Short In Home Finale

Alison Blasingame saved her best for last, tallying a career-high 21 kills, but it was not enough as Appalachian State volleyball fell to Davidson, 3-2, on Senior Night at the Holmes Center.
The Wildcats (15-11, 5-8) jumped out to an early 2-0 lead before the Mountaineers (18-9, 10-3) came storming back to send the match to a decisive fifth set.
Davidson was able to recover after blowing the

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Mountaineer Men’s Basketball Notebook: Sims Drafted by NBDL’s Reno Bighorns

On the same night that Appalachian State University men’s basketball drained 17 three-pointers and scored 102 points in an exhibition win against Lenoir-Rhyne, the program’s all-time leading scorer, Donald Sims, took the first step in his professional career. The 2011 graduate was drafted in the


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Wolverines Hand Out Awards

The Watauga Middle School football team held its annual banquet Thursday nigth at Hardin Park School.
Roman Gabriel III was the guest speaker, and the Wolverines also donated $650 they earned during their "Wolverine Run" find raiser back on September 28 against Hudson at Jack Groce Stadium to a needy family in the area. The Wolverines


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WHS Soccer Kicks-Off At 6 P.M.

Watauga High Athletics Director Tom Wright has announced that Saturday's Class 4A second-round state playoff game between the Pioneers and Mallard Creek will kick-off at 6 p.m. at Jack Groce Stadium.
The Pioneers (16-5-1)

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Combs Signs With Bluefield

Colby Combs made it official on Thursday by signing her National Letter of Intent to play volleyball at Bluefield College, an NAIA school in Bluefield, Va., this coming fall.
And Combs, who was named the Northwestern 3A/4A Conference Offensive Player of the Year, is considered a huge pick up for head coach Brian Votaw, who

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Hot Shooting Propels Men’s Basketball In Exhibition

In his unofficial ASU debut, junior Rodney Milum (Houston, Texas/Midland College) sank 8-of-12 three-pointers and scored 28 points to lead Appalachian State University men’s basketball past Lenoir-Rhyne, 102-64, in a preseason exhibition on Thursday evening at the Holmes Center.
The junior transfer sparked the Mountaineers’ quick start, scoring nine of ASU’s first 13 points as the Apps opened a 21-3 advantage in the game’s first

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McCray Named SoCon’s October Player of the Month

After intercepting four passes in four October games, Appalachian State University defensive back Demetrius McCray (Covington, Ga./Newton) has been named the Southern Conference Defensive Player of the Month, the league office announced on Thursday.
McCray’s four interceptions came in three games against


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Field Hockey Falls to No. 6 Stanford

Appalachian State University field hockey fell in the first-round of the NorPac Tournament to No. 6 Stanford, 7-0, Thursday afternoon at  Varsity Turf Stadium.
The Cardinal took a 1-0 lead when Devon Holman netted her fifth goal of the season from an assist by Katie Mtchell at the 5:04 mark.  Stanford's Colleen Ryan increased the Cardinal's lead to 2-0 with a goal in the 15th minute.  Holman netted her second goal

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Bobcats Advance To Conference Finals

The Lees-McRae College women's soccer team rallied from a one-goal deficit late in the second half, and won the penalty kick shootout, 5-4, to advance to the final of the Conference Carolinas Tournament for the first time since 2000.
Lees-McRae (13-4-2) outshot Limestone (13-5-1) by a 23-4 margin, including a 16-2 advantage in the second half. Mary Dorn (Shallotte, N.C.) scored perhaps her

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Bears Lose Big To Wake Forest

The Lenoir-Rhyne University Women's Basketball Team suffered a 102-39 setback to Wake Forest University, an NCAA Division I school, in an exhibition game Wednesday night at Lawrence Joel Veterans Memorial Coliseum.
Six players scored in double figures for the Demon Deacons including a game-high 18 points from Dearica Hamby (Marietta, Ga.). Hamby

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School-Record Seven Named All-Conference

Lees-McRae College women's soccer head coach Cally Morrill was named Conference Carolinas Coach of the Year, and forward Meagan Thornton (Millville, N.J.) earned the league's Freshman of the Year honors as the Bobcats placed a program-record seven players on the
all-Conference Carolinas team.
Lees-McRae paced the conference with its seven selections, while Belmont Abbey College and Limestone College placed six and five

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