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UPDATED: ASU Women Clobber Campbell

On the heels of 23 first-half points by senior Sam Ramirez (Fayetteville, N.C./Southview), Appalachian State University women’s basketball downed Campbell 84-67 in the second game of the Longwood Tournament, Saturday afternoon at Willett Hall.

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UPDATED: Mountaineers win sixth consecutive SoCon title

A champion is defined as someone who fights to defend a cause; a warrior.


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Vikings advance, Huskies tamed

The Avery High Vikings won their state playoff opener Friday night, and they did it without their star quarterback Alex Villanueva.

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Carter stands tall in ASU debut

The journey of a 1,000 miles begins with the first step.

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Carter, Sims lead ASU past Tulsa

Omar Carter and Donald Sims turned into a great one-two punch in Friday's season-opening win at Tulsa.

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UPDATED: ASU Women Win Season Opener

After a sluggish start, Appalachian State University women’s basketball was able to shake out its season-opening game jitters, as the Mountaineers defeated their former conference rival for the second-straight season, earning a 64-55 win over Marshall Friday evening at Longwood’s Willett Hall.

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Men’s Basketball Inks Two in Early Signing Period

With the start of the 2010-11 season beginning today, Appalachian State University men’s basketball received commitments from two players to enroll as freshmen in Fall 2011.

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ASU Baseball Adds Six for 2012

Appalachian State University baseball signed six student-athletes to National Letters of Intent during the early signing period, ASU head coach Chris Pollard announced on Thursday.


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Norris signs with Pfeiffer University

Watauga High senior Dylan Norris loves a challenge, if given the chance.

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Appalachian State University women’s basketball was picked to finish second in the Southern Conference’s preseason coaches and media poll, announced the league office Tuesday afternoon.

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CAA Dominates National Polls

Appalachian State saw its five-week run as the unanimous No.1 team in the country come to an end Monday afternoon.


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Breitenstein named SoCon Offensive Player Of Week

Eric Breitenstein continued his rapid pace to the top as he backboned Wofford College to a huge victory on Saturday.

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Norris To Sign With Pfeiffer University

Watauga High baseball coach Pete Hardee has announced that senior Dylan Norris will sign with Pfeiffer University.

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State Football Pairings Released

The North Carolina High School Athletic Association has released its football pairings.


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Streak Ends, ASU Falls In OT


The streak is finally over. For the first time since October of 2007, the Mountaineers have lost a Southern Conference game. And the loss came against the same team that began the streak---the Georgia Southern Eagles.

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UPDATED: State Football Brackets Released

The Watuaga High football team will miss the state playoffs for the first time since 2005.
The Pioneers were eliminated from contention on Friday night.


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Watauga's Middlebrook Wins State Title

Sophomore Darby Middlebrook of Watauga High fulfilled her dream of winning a state championship on Saturday at Beeson Park in Kernersville.


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Indians Scalp Pioneers on Senior Night

Bizarre plays, penalties and turnovers plagued Watauga High on Senior Night at Jack Groce Stadium on Friday night.


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SoCon Media Tabs ASU Division Favorite

The Southern Conference Sports Media Association agreed with the league’s head coaches as the organization voted Appalachian State University men’s basketball as the North Division preseason favorite.

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