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Curry Leads Bobcats At ASU Invitational

Sophomore Kortnie Curry (Lexington, N.C.) paced the Lees-McRae College women's track and field team to a solid season-opening performance at the 2011

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NCHSAA Announces Realignment For 2013

The North Carolina High School Athletic Association has released its initial draft of the 2013-17 realignment.
What has been projected so far is a computer generated initial draft that will officially

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Here is a rundown of this weekend's state championship game results

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Women's Track & Field Has Strong Showing In Season Opener

Appalachian State University women’s track and field started its 2011-12 campaign very strong with five top-two finishers in the 16 team Appalachian Indoor Invitational at Holmes Convocation Center Saturday afternoon.
Sophomore Shaquiela Robinson moved up in

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Mountaineers Eliminated by Maine, 34-12

For the first time in seven years, No. 9/8 Appalachian State University football team failed to win a postseason game, as it turned the ball over three times and rushed for only three yards in a 34-12 loss to No. 13 Maine in the second round

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Newberry Nips Lenoir-Rhyne, 63-62

The Newberry College Women's Basketball Team (4-2, 1-0) pulled out a 63-62 victory Lenoir-Rhyne University (7-2, 1-1) in a South Atlantic Conference game Saturday afternoon at Eleazer Arena.
Newberry's Neicey Lewis (Nambour, Queensland, AUSTRALIA) sank a pair of free throws with

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Pioneers Hold Off Avery, 61-54

The Watauga High men's basketball team loves living on the edge.
For the second game in a row, the Pioneers dramatically pulled out a close win

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ASU Offers Scholarship To Holloway

Running back Tysean Holloway of Asheville High has been offered a scholarship to play football at Appalachian State University next fall. Holloway, a 6-1 185 pound senior, ran for

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LMC To Host Cyclocross Championships

The Lees-McRae College cycling team is set to host the 2011 Southeastern Collegiate Cycling Conference Cyclocross Championships this Sunday, looking to

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Bobcats Slated To Open Season Friday

The Lees-McRae College men's and women's track & field teams are set to open the 2011-12 season this afternoon, traveling to Appalachian State University's

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Appalachian Wrestling Edged by Virginia Tech

With three bouts remaining, ASU held a 16-11 overall lead, but the Hokies rallied, as Appalachian State wrestling (2-1) fell to non-conference opponent No. 14 Virginia Tech (3-1) by a

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Mountaineers Run Past Lady Eagles in SoCon Opener

Anna Freeman had her third 20-point performance of the season as Appalachian State women's basketball took down Georgia Southern, 64-45, in the 2011-12 Southern Conference opener on Thursday at the Holmes Center.
The Mountaineers (5-1, 1-0) never trailed the Lady Eagles (2-5, 0-1) after racing out to a 9-1 lead en route to their first win

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Mountaineers Win SoCon Opener

Senior Omar Carter (Charlotte, N.C./Charleston Southern) broke out of a scoring slump with a season-high 24 points to lead Appalachian State University men’s basketball to a 78-64 win over visiting UNCG in the Southern Conference opener on Thursday night

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Concord bests Bobcats, 79-42

The Concord University women's basketball team outscored Lees-McRae College by a 46-18 margin in the second half en route to a 79-42 victory in non-conference play on Thursday evening.
Concord (4-1) posted a field goal percentage of 47.9 percent on the evening, including a 54.1 percent clip in the second half, while holding Lees-McRae (4-1) to a 25.8 percent mark from the floor to hand the Bobcats their first loss of the season. The Mountain Lions won the battle

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Pioneers Changing Venues

Watauga High men's basketball coach Rob Sanders has announced that the Pioneers, both the men and women, will travel for the Christmas holidays this season. Originally, the Pioneers were going to host Full Story


Here's a rundown and a summary of Wednesday night's games

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LRU Women Win Fourth Straight

The Lenoir-Rhyne University Women's Basketball Team (7-1, 1-0) opened South Atlantic Conference play with an 84-65 victory over Mars Hill College (3-3, 0-1) Wednesday evening at Shuford Memorial Gymnasium.
L-R junior guard Whitley Culler (Mount Airy, N.C.) led all scorers with 20 points including 18

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WHS Swimmers Dominant Again

The Watauga High men's and women's swim teams had an easy time besting the field Wednesday night in Wilkesboro.
The WHS women, who won eight events, defeated Alexander Central 117-37, Wilkes Central 118-24, and North Wilkes 106-40. The Pioneers swept

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Hauck Earns First-Team All-America Honors

Lenoir-Rhyne University's Catherine Hauck (Lake Mary, Fla.) has been named a 2011 NCAA Division II Daktronics Women's Soccer First-Team All-American.  Hauck garners first-team All-American accolades for the

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