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Tourists Sweep Crawdads

After the Hickory Crawdads won the first two games of the series, the Asheville Tourists responded with consecutive victories in Sunday's doubleheader -- 8-3 in Game 1 and 3-2 in Game 2 -- before 1,313 fans at L.P. Frans Stadium.  Both games went the regulation seven innings for a doubleheader.

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Maybin Turns In Big Day For Padres

North Carolina native Cameron Maybin continued his hot hit for the San Diego Padres Sunday afternoon at PETCO Park.

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WHS Easter Baseball Schedule Announced

The Watauga High baseball team will play a little closer to home during the Easter holidays this season.

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WHS Track Competes At Taco Bell Invitational

The Watauga High track teams competed at the Taco Bell Invitational at Spring Valley High School in Columbia, SC Friday and Saturday.

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Lutz Named Assistant Coach At NC State

Former Charlotte coach Bobby Lutz has been hired as an assistant coach at North Carolina State by men's basketball coach Mark Gottfried.

 

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Saturday's Game Postponed; Doubleheader on Sunday at 3 p.m.

 Saturday evening's scheduled game between the Hickory Crawdads and the Asheville Tourists at L.P. Frans Stadium has been postponed due to inclement weather.

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Baseball Bounces Back to Rout Furman

Appalachian State University baseball rebounded from Friday night's heartbreaking loss to rout Furman, 10-2, on Saturday afternoon at Latham Stadium.

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UPDATED: Pioneers-Mount Tabor Rained Out

The Watauga High baseball team had its scheduled game with Mount Tabor rained out Saturday following a 23-minute delay.

 

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March For Babies - April 17

For the third-straight year, Appalachian State University athletics, in conjunction with the High Country chapter of the March of Dimes, will host the annual March For Babies.

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Friday's High Country Sports Round Up

The Watauga High softball team has a knack for dramatic finishes this season.

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Furman Stuns ASU with Ninth-Inning Rally

 Furman’s three-run rally in the bottom of the ninth inning dealt Appalachian State University baseball a heartbreaking 3-2 loss on Friday evening at Latham Stadium.

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'Dads make it two straight vs. Tourists, 6-4

The Hickory Crawdads won their second straight game to start the season against the Asheville Tourists, 6-4, before 2,552 fans at L.P. Frans Stadium on Friday night.

 

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Pioneers Blank Panthers

What a difference 24 hours can make.

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'Dads win 2011 Opener vs. Asheville, 4-2

The Hickory Crawdads kicked off the 2011 campaign with a 4-2 win against the Asheville Tourists before 2,662 fans at L.P. Frans Stadium on Thursday night.  CF Jake Skole led the offense with three RBIs.

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Spartans Double-Up Pioneers

It certainly wasn't worth the wait.

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Cook Signs With ASU

Watauga High senior Sydney Cook made it official Wednesday afternoon as she signed her national letter of intent to continue her track career at Appalachian State University next fall.

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Charlotte-Georgia Southern Agree To Two Year Deal

Georgia Southern, a six-time national champion, and Charlotte, which begins playing football in 2013, have agreed in principle to a two-year, home-and-home series beginning in 2014.

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WHS Track Dominates Tri-Meet

The Watauga High track teams simply dominated the competition on Wednesday at a tri-meet at Jack Groce Stadium.

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ASU Falters Late in Loss to ETSU

Appalachian State University baseball held one of the nation’s top offensive clubs to just one hit through six innings but East Tennessee State rallied for nine runs over its final two at-bats to deal Appalachian a 9-4 defeat on Wednesday evening at Cardinal Park.

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