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Bobcats Place Three On NSCAA Scholar All-South Team

The Lees-McRae College women's soccer team placed a trio of athletes on the 2011 NSCAA Women's College Scholar all-South team, announced NSCAA officials Tuesday.
Senior Mary Dorn (Shallotte, N.C.) earned a spot on the second team, while fellow seniors Brooke Santerre (Port Republic, Md.) and Vickie Rich (Arlington Heights, Ill.) were each named

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WHS Hoops vs. Hibriten PPD

Watauga High Athletics Director Tom Wright has announced that all athletic activities scheduled for Friday night have been postponed.
No make up dates have been announced for

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Here's a look at middle school basketball games that were played Thursdayh night, and a run down of the league standings for both

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Mountaineers Knock Off Furman, 56-50

Nathan Healy (New Bern, N.C./Blair Academy) found a driving Jamaal Trice (Los Angeles, Calif./Midland College) for an uncontested slam dunk with 36 seconds remaining to stretch a two-point lead into four and help give Appalachian State University men’s basketball a hard-fought 56-50 win over visiting Furman on Thursday evening at the Holmes Center.
An earlier three-pointer by Omar Carter

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Pioneers Release 2012 Baseball Schedule

Watauga High baseball coach Pete Hardee has released his schedule for the upcoming 2012 season. And the Pioneers, who were 18-8 last season, will play an entertaining array of teams this season.
It all begins with a pair of scrimmages with Davie County on February 18 and Mount Tabor (a playing date for that one is still up in the air). The Pioneers, as usual because of weather issues, will play six consecutive games

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SEC Extremely Generous

When you've got money, you have the power to do what you want.
Just ask the Southeastern Conference, which continues to grow with new members almost every year. The University of Missouri and Texas A&M will join the fray in the fall of 2012. And with the SEC now up to 14 members, that means the conference

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Huskies Nip Pioneers, 54-53

The Watauga High men's basketball team has developed quite a rivarly over the years with Ashe County, especially since former WHS coach Marc Payne went back to his roots in West Jefferson.
These teams, year-in and year-out, have produced, nail-biting, edge-of-your-seat excitement time and time again. And Wednesday night's game

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Trotman Named Wrestler of Month, Week

ASU senior Austin Trotman has been named Southern Conference Wrestler of the Week and Southern Conference Wrestler of the Month for December, as announced by the league office on Wednesday.
Trotman went 8-1 in December to close out 2011, finishing the year at 16-1. The 184-pounder opened the month with a

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Rangers Announce 2012 Crawdads Field Staff

The Texas Rangers, Major League parent club of the Hickory Crawdads, have announced the 2012 Field Staff for the 'Dads. Returning at the helm will be third-year Field Manager Bill Richardson, accompanied by returning

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WHS Swimmers Wrap Up Regular Season

The Watuaga High men's and women's swimming teams wrapped up the regular season with a four-team meet at the Hickory YMCA Tuesday night.
The WHS women defeated Fred T. Foard 48-46, but lost to South Caldwell 48-46 and tied Hickory 47-47. The WHS women also won three events.

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Pioneers Produce Three State Qualifier

The Watauga High men's and women's indoor track teams won six events and produced three more state qualifiers on Wednesday at Reagan High School in Pfafftown, NC. The Pioneers now have

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Healy Named SoCon Student-Athlete of Week

Nathan Healy (New Bern, N.C./Blair Academy) averaged 7.0 points and 5.5 rebounds in two road games to earn Southern Conference Student-Athlete of the Week honors, the league office announced on Wednesday.
Healy led Appalachian State University men’s basketball to a win at

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Bears Pull Out A 75-71 Victory Over Wingate

The Lenoir-Rhyne Men's Basketball Team (6-8, 2-3) won its second consecutive South Atlantic Conference game Wednesday night, 75-71, over Wingate (7-8, 3-2) at Shuford Memorial Gymnasium.
L-R, which won back-to-back league games for the first time

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Green, Rearden Earn All-American Accolades

Lenoir-Rhyne University sophomore Michael Green (Kingsland, Ga.) and senior Chandler Rearden (Greenwood, S.C.) have both been named to the 2011 Beyond Sports College Network All-America Football Team for NCAA Division II.
In addition, L-R junior Brandon Martin

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Cashion, Smith Tabbed Preseason All-SoCon

Appalachian State softball’s Allie Cashion and Meghan Smith were tabbed preseason first-team all-Southern Conference on Wednesday announced by College Sports Madness.
Cashion earned first-team all-SoCon honors

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Trotman Earns Second SoCon Wrestler of the Month Award

Capturing his second-straight monthly honors, ASU senior Austin Trotman (Winston-Salem, N.C./Mount Tabor) has been named Southern Conference Wrestler of the Month for

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Freeman SoCon December Player of Month

Appalachian State women’s basketball player Anna Freeman has been named as the Southern Conference Player of the Month for December, the league office announced Wednesday.
Freeman, who surpassed the

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Brown, Bobcats Sink Fleet In 82-68 Victory

Junior DJ Brown (Anderson, S.C.) poured in a game-high 22 points, going a perfect 6-for-6 from behind the arc, to lead the Lees-McRae College men's basketball team to an 82-68 win over

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Pioneers Blast Spartans

Well, the Watauga High men's basketball team turned its fortunes around Tuesday night by whipping South Caldwell 65-32 at Lentz-Eggers Gym in a Northwestern 3A/4A Conference game.
It was a must win for a team that had lost

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