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MLB Draft Update....

The Atlantic Coast Conference had ten players chosen through the first three rounds of the Major League Baseball draft.

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UPDATED: Three Pioneers Named All-Conference

Watauga High softball coach Stephanie Long has announced that Kim Robinson, Shelby Drummonds and Riley Pudney have been named to the Northwestern 3A/4A All-Conference team.


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Appalachian State University women’s tennis player Jennifer Ansari (Greens boro, N.C./Walter Hines Page) kept with her off-season training as the tennis standout won the North Carolina closed women’s tennis singles title.

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McMahon Joins Murray State

Former Appalachian State assistant coach Matt McMahon is on the move again.

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Pirates Select Cole With No.1 Choice

The Piittsburgh Pirates, to no one's surprise, selected righthanded pitcher Gerritt Cole of UCLA with the first pick in the Major League Baseball Draft Monday night.


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Crawdads pinch BlueClaws, 8-5

The Hickory Crawdads struck for six runs in the bottom of the third inning en route to the 8-5 win against the Lakewood BlueClaws before 2,992 fans at L.P. Frans Stadium on Monday afternoon. 

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Four SoCon Players Named All-America

The Southern Conference had four players named to the Louisville Slugger All-America team on Monday.

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Villanueva, 'Dads slam BlueClaws, 9-5

Christian Villanueva powered a five-run third inning with a grand slam, as the Hickory Crawdads cruised to the 9-5 victory against the Lakewood BlueClaws, before 1,551 fans at L.P. Frans Stadium on Sunday evening. Full Story

Shorebirds Clip Crawdads, 7-6

The Hickory Crawdads scored a run in the top of the ninth and got the game-tying run as far as third base, but the Delmarva Shorebirds escaped for the 7-6 win before 4,478 fans at Arthur W. Perdue Stadium on Saturday night.

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Bumgarner Victimized by Rockies

Madison Bumgarner threw another gem Saturday against the Colorado Rockies.

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UPDATED: Cougars Win State Title

Alexander Central won its seventh state title in school history on Saturday.

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NC State Eliminates Eagles

A two-run six-inning and a two-run ninth surged North Carolina State (35-26) past the Georgia Southern Baseball team (36-26) 5-2 in the first elimination game of the Columbia Regional.

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Griewisch Earns Academic All-District Honors

Lenoir-Rhyne University's Kate Griewisch has been named to the 2011 Capital One Academic All-District III College Division First Team for Women's Track and Field & Cross Country as selected by CoSIDA (College Sports Information Directors of America).

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South Carolina nips Georgia Southern, 2-1

The Georgia Southern Baseball team (36-25) fell 2-1 to #4 South Carolina (46-14) in the Columbia Regional opener for both teams Friday, June 3rd. Andy Moye (Alpharetta, Ga.) tossed a gem, but the Eagles could not find the equalizer in a one-run game, tallying one run on two hits.


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Crawdads crush Shorebirds, 18-6

The Hickory Crawdads scored a season-high 18 runs on a season-high 20 hits in the 18-6 victory against the Delmarva Shorebirds, before 5,987 fans at Arthur W. Perdue Stadium on Friday night.

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Cougars Eyeing Another State Title

Alexander Central took a serious step towards its seventh state championship on Friday.


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UNCC A SoCon Member?

School officials at UNC-Charlotte have approached the Southern Conference concerning the possibility of becoming an associate member in football only.

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Montana Arrested

Nate Montana, the oldest son of Hall of Fame and former National Football League quarterback Joe Montana, was arrested early Friday morning in MIssoula, Montana, on suspicion of driving under the influence of alcohol.


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SoCon Concludes Spring Meetings

The Southern Conference completed its annual Spring Meetings on Thursday.

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