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UPDATED: ASU ranked No.2 in TSN Poll

The Appalachian State football team remained No.2 in this week's The Sports Network Top 25 Poll.

 

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Watts signs with Milligan

Jake Watts signed on the dotted line Monday afternoon, making official, his announcement that he's going to take his game to the next level next season.

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ASU Takes Top Seed in NCAA Football Championship

Appalachian State University received the No. 1 seed in the 2010 NCAA Division I Football Championship when the 20-team field was unveiled on Sunday morning.

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Gators crush ASU, 48-10

Any ideas the Appalachian State football team had about duplicating its great upset victory  against Michigan in 2007 were quickly squelched by Florida on  Saturday afternoon.

 

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Vikings march their way to Western Semis.

The Avery High football team continued its march in the Class 1AA state playoffs Friday night.

 

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Women’s Basketball Bounces ETSU

For the first time since 2003, Appalachian State University women’s basketball was able to pick up a win over its former conference rival on its home floor as the Apps hammered East Tennessee State 75-56, snapping the Lady Bucs 12-game home winning streak and handing ETSU its first defeat of the season.

 

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Sims, Mountaineers fall short, 76-74

Donald Sims turned in a yeoman effort Friday night, but it wasn't good enough.

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UPDATED: Linville verbally commits, Watts to sign

Watauga High baseball coach Pete Hardee has announced that two of his players will continue their playing careers at the collegiate level.

 

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NCHSAA BOARD OF DIRECTORS MAKES DETERMINATION FOR INDOOR TRACK CHAMPIONSHIP

The North Carolina High School Athletic Association Board of Directors has made a decision regarding the 2011 NCHSAA indoor track and field championships.

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Carter Named SoCon Player of the Week

For his dominant debut in Friday’s win at Tulsa, Appalachian State University men’s basketball’s Omar Carter (Charlotte, N.C./Charleston Southern) was named the Southern Conference Player of the Week, the league office announced on Tuesday.

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Mountaineers ranked second in TSN Poll

Appalachian State moved up a notch in the national polls after the Mountaineers clobbered Wofford College 43-13 on Saturday to win their sixth consecutive Southern Conference championship.

 

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Moore, Vitaris named SoCon Players of Week

Appalachian State running back Devon Moore followed up his strong showing on Saturday by being named the SoCon Offensive Player of the Week.

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Moore tames Terriers

Appalachian State running back Devon Moore finally got a chance to show off his talents.

 

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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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