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ASU Baseball Recruiting Class Among N.C.’s Best

Appalachian State University baseball’s latest crop of signees is ranked fifth in Impact Baseball’s annual listing of

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Paige Brown Named Kansas Player of the Year

Paige Brown (Overland Park, Kan./St. James Academy), who recently signed a National Letter of Intent to compete for Appalachian State volleyball next season, has been selected as

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Bears' Rearden Named Second-Team All-America

Lenoir-Rhyne University senior offensive lineman Chandler Rearden (Greenwood, S.C.) has been selected to the

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Gammons, Huskies Sink Pioneers

Sam Gammons buried a game-winning shot at the horn Wednesday night as Ashe County High defeated

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Pioneers Lead Wells Fargo Cup Standings

The Watauga High athletic teams turned in a solid fall sports season, and the Pioneers were rewarded by leading the Northwestern 3A/4A Conference with

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Pifer Pours In 34, Pioneers Whip Tigers

Watauga High seniors Jake Pifer and Matt Proffitt each turned in a stellar performance Tuesday night, and the Pioneers needed

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Feasibility Committee Releases Final Report

Appalachian State University’s athletics feasibility committee released the full report of its seven-month study on Tuesday. The 10-member feasibility committee convened on Jan. 18 and after seven months of objective analysis, Full Story

Mountain Lions Claw Bobcats, 94-71

The Young Harris College men's basketball team placed five players in double figures, and outscored

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Rex Plays In National Finals

Former Pioneer Jennings Rex played for UNC-Charlotte on Sunday in the NCAA Men's Division I National Championship game against the University of North Carolina at

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Edwards Leads Wasps To Victory

Damian Edwards is starting to feel like his old self again. And that spells doom for the opposition.
The former Pioneer, currently a freshman at Emory & Henry College, a Division III school in

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Eagles Play Saturday

The NCAA has announced the playing dates and times for this

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Smith, Packers Blast Raiders

Former Appalachian State University linebacker D.J. Smith turned in his

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Coffey, Kostis Perfect At Alleghany

Gus Coffey and Demetre Kostis of the Watauga High wrestling team just keep rolling along.
Those two went undefeated on Saturday at the

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Hauck Earns Second All-America Honor This Season

Lenoir-Rhyne University's Catherine Hauck earned her second All-American honor in women's soccer on the 2011 season as the senior defender

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Eagles Advance to FCS Semifinals

Behind 360 yards rushing on offense and three interceptions on defense, the Georgia Southern Eagles defeated the Maine Black Bears 35-23 to reach the semifinals for the second-straight season. The Eagles complied 300 yards on the ground

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Ohio Slips Past Appalachian Wrestling, 20-15

Despite splitting the day's bouts, Appalachian State wrestling was unable to recover from a 16-0 deficit as the Mountaineers fell, 20-15, to Ohio University on Saturday at the OU Convocation Center. For ASU (3-2, 1-0 SoCon), the match was their

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Mitchell Named Scholar Athlete of the Year

Lees-McRae College junior Megan Mitchell (Minden, Nev.) has been named the 2011 Conference Carolinas Women's Volleyball Scholar Athlete of the Year for the first tim

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Dorn Paces Three On NSCAA All-Southeast Region Team

Lees-McRae College senior Mary Dorn (Shallotte, N.C.) headlines a group of three Bobcats on the 2011 NSCAA NCAA Division II Women's Soccer all-Southeast Region teams, announced region officials Friday. Joining Dorn

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Eagles Claw Past Bobcats, 94-73

The Carson-Newman College men's basketball team placed three players in double figures and outscored visiting Lees-McRae College by a 52-24 margin in the first half en route to

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