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Collins Signs With Colts

Former Carolina Panthers quarterback Kerry Collins is back in the National Football League.

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ASU Men, UNCG Women Tabbed Cross Country Favorites

Appalachian State men's cross country team and the UNCG women have been selected as the 2011 preseason favorites, as voted by the league's coaches.

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Wolverines Win Season Opener

The Watauga Middle School football team kicked-off the season with a lot of question marks.

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Suns Out Score'Dads, 13-8

The Hagerstown Suns out-slugged the 1st-Half Northern Division Champion Hickory Crawdads, 13-8, before 532 fans at Municipal Stadium on Tuesday night.

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Werner selected to USA World Championships team

Lees-McRae College junior cyclist Kerry Werner (Birdsboro, Pa.) has been selected to represent the United States at the 2011 UCI Mountain Bike World Championships in Champery, Switzerland, becoming the first rider in program history to earn a spot in the world championships in the mountain bike discipline.

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Crawdads top Strasburg and Suns, 3-1

The 1st-Half Northern Division Champion Hickory Crawdads topped Major League RHP Stephen Strasburg and the Hagerstown Suns, 3-1, before 1,652 fans at Municipal Stadium in Hagerstown on Monday night.

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ASU Feasibility Committee Recommends Move to FBS

Appalachian State University’s athletics feasibility committee voted on Monday to recommend to ASU Chancellor Dr. Kenneth E. Peacock that, at some future point, Appalachian seek membership in an athletics conference that sponsors football in the NCAA Division I Football Bowl Subdivision (FBS).

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Raiders Select Pryor

Terrelle Pryor, the troubled Ohio State quarterback,  has finally found a home in the National Football League.

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ASU Ranked No.2 In FCS Coaches Poll

The Appalachian State football team received one first-place vote and was ranked second in the Football Championship Sub-Division Series Presesason Coaches Poll on Monday.

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Chandler Rearden Earns Preseson All-American Honors

Lenoir-Rhyne's Chandler Rearden has been named to the 2011 D2Football.com NCAA Division II Preseason All-American First Team. Rearden, a senior offensive tackle from Greenwood, S.C., earns his second preseason All-American honor this summer.

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Wolverines Start Season Tuesday

The Watauga Middle School Wolverines begin the 2011 season Tuesday on the road in Newland against Avery.

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Army Nips ASU In Season Opener

In her collegiate debut, Appalachian State goalie Amy Kolowsky (Columbia, S.C./Spring Valley) made a valiant effort ingoal, but a penalty late in regulation made the difference, as ASU fell, 1-0,to the United States Military Academy at ASU Soccer Stadium on Sunday.

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Sunday's game rained out

 

Sunday's game between the Hickory Crawdads and the Lexington Legends has been canceled due to inclement weather and field conditions.

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Bumgarner Loses Again; Giants Fading Fast

It looks like Major League Baseball will crown a new World Series champion this season.

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Crawdads cut down Legends, 10-3

 

Following a one hour, 18 minute rain delay, the Hickory Crawdads cruised to the 10-3 win against the Lexington Legends, before 2,552 fans at L.P. Frans Stadium on Saturday evening. 

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WHS Cross Country Opens Season On Strong Note

The Watuaga High women's cross country team picked up right where it left off last season.

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First Units Shine for 8,000-Plus at Fan Fest

Appalachian State University football held an entertaining 54-play intrasquad scrimmage in front of over 8,000 fans during Appalachian’s annual Fan Fest on Saturday afternoon at Kidd Brewer Stadium.

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Pioneers Fall Short In Season Opener

The Watauga High football team had an impressive showing in its season opener Friday night against state powerhouse A.C. Reynolds.

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Mountaineers Pound Avery, 48-6

The Mitchell High football team, which made it to the Class 1AA Western Finals last season, made a strong statement Friday night in Newland.

 

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