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Profar voted SAL MVP, 'Dads have three All-Stars

The South Atlantic League announced on Tuesday that Hickory Crawdads SS Jurickson Profar has been voted the 2011 SAL Most Valuable Player.

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The grade school football schedule in Watauga County officially kicked off Saturday, August 27.

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Carter Sets Record, Netters Nip Forbush

The Watauga High volleyball team has been blessed with some great setters over the years.

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'Dads Sweep DH Monday

The Hickory Crawdads seized control of 1st Place in the 2nd-Half standings with a doubleheader sweep against the Lakewood BlueClaws -- 3-2 in Game 1 and 4-1 in Game 2 -- before 8,380 fans at FirstEnergy Park on Monday night.

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Pioneer Flag Football Registration

There will be an organizational meeting on Tuesday, September 6 at the new Jack Groce Stadium on the campus of Watauga High School.

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McKinney Returns Friday vs. Vikings

Watauga High senior Cody McKinney will finally play his first game of the season Friday night.


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Bobcats favored to win Conference Carolinas crown

The Lees-McRae College women's volleyball team is favored to finish first in the race for the 2011 Conference Carolinas regular season championship, announced league officials Monday with the release of the Conference Carolinas Preseason Coaches' Poll.

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Fletcher Released By Browns

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ASU Volleyball Splits Saturday Tournament Matches

Less than a full day after opening the season with an impressive win against NC State, Appalachian State University volleyball returned to the court to sweep Kennesaw State, 25-18, 25-21, 25-17, on Saturday afternoon in the Appalachian Invitational. In the tournament finale, Charlotte pulled out a 3-2 win, 25-16, 23-25, 25-21, 17-25, 15-12. Anna Wagner earned all-tournament honors and Kelly Rhein was named the Most Valuable Player.

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ASU Men’s Soccer Drops Opener in Overtime

 In its season opener, Appalachian men’s soccer played 90 scoreless minutes against Radford, but in the first minute of overtime, the Highlanders triumphed, 1-0 over the Mountaineers on Saturday at ASU Stadium.


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WHS XC Has Stellar Day At Carnival

The Watauga High women's cross country team has picked up right where it left off last fall.

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WHS Netters Sweep Tri-Meet

The Watauga High volleyball team snapped its mini-two game losing streak Saturday.

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Bumgarner Handcuffs Astros

Madison Bumgarner has seen it too many times this season.

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Curry Heading Back To School

Stephen Curry is taking full advantage of the NBA lockout this summer.


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Pioneers Power Past Huskies

For an entire week, Watauga High football coach Tim Pruitt was concerned about his running game.


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Vikings Stave Off Blackhawks, 35-34

One thing is for sure, Avery High football coach Darrell Brewer is going to have a lot of sleepless nights this season.

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LRU Cross Country Regionally Ranked

The Lenoir-Rhyne Men's and Women's Cross Country Teams are ranked seventh and fourth, respectively, in the 2011 NCAA Division II USTFCCCA Southeast Region Preseason Polls.

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Crawdads pinch BlueClaws, 2-1

The 1st-Half Northern Division Champion Hickory Crawdads edged the Lakewood BlueClaws, 2-1, before 8,101 fans at FirstEnergy Park on Friday night.

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Wagner Leads ASU Past NC State

Behind a career-best 31 kills from senior Anna Wagner (Lincoln, Neb./FGCU), Appalachian State University volleyball earned a 3-1 victory over NC State in the season opener for both teams.


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