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Breitenstein shines in Terriers' loss

Former Watauga High football player Eric Breitenstein made his first start of the season with Wofford College a good one on Saturday.

 

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ECU staves off ASU, 29-24

It was a tale of two halves on Saturday afternoon as East Carolina built a 20-point halftime lead and then hung on to beat Appalachian State University 29-24 at Dowdy-Ficklin Stadium in Greenville, NC in the season-opener for both teams.

 

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Pioneers roll over Avery, 35-12

A bad start doesn’t necessarily mean a bad finish. Take Friday night’s match-up between Watauga High and Avery at MacDonald Stadium in Newland.

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Jackson released by Bucs

Former Appalachian State wide receiver/kick return specialist Dexter Jackson has been released by the Tampa Bay Buccaneers.

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Shelby rallies by WHS, 25-12

What seemed like a huge possible upset Friday night at Jack Groce Stadium turned into a disappointing loss for Watauga High.

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Bakken headed to Mars Hill

Watauga High senior Madison Bakken has announced that she will attend Mars Hill College, in Mars Hill, NC, a Division II school and a member of the South Atlantic Conference, to continue her education and play volleyball next fall.

 

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Hardee selects ASU

Rising senior Cal Hardee of Watauga High has made an oral committment to attend Appalachian State University to play baseball next season.

 

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Friday's sports round-up

Let's begin with the Appalachian State men's basketball team wrapping up its two-game exhibition stay in the Bahamas.

 

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Fancher, Morgan and Ealy find new homes

Three former Appalachian State basketball coaches have found new homes for the upcoming 2009-10 season.

 

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Locals doing well in minor leagues

Madison Bumgarner, who was selected by the San Francisco Giants with the tenth pick in the first round of the Major League Amateur Baseball Draft in 2007, is having another brilliant season.

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Hunter to start for Lions Saturday

Former Appalachian State defensive end Jason Hunter will be in the starting lineup Saturday as the Detroit Lions take on the Atlanta Falcons in their pre-season opener at Ford Field.

 

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Feagin not coming to ASU

Sophomore wide receiver Justin Feagin, who was kicked off the University of Michigan football team last week by head coach Rich Rodriguez for violating team rules, won't be coming to Boone afterall.

 

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ASU News and Notes

The Appalachian State University football team will have its home opener against McNeese State televised on September 12.

 

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Miracle-worker Tate at it again

Sam Tate, the founder of Young World Radio and his nationally syndicated oldie, goldie gospel show, Gospel Gems, that airs in 25 markets to an audience of five-millon-plus a week, is working his magic once again.

 

 

 

 

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Edwards Treated and Released from Watauga Medical After Lawnmower Accident

036.jpgAppalachian State’s Walter Payton Award-winning quarterback, Armanti Edwards, will miss two to four weeks of practice after ASU Sports Information says he injured his right foot while cutting his grass.

 

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Moore recovering, Batichon coaching, Minter playing hoops

The Appalachian State football season is right around the corner with the season opener set for Saturday, September 5 at East Carolina (air time, 10 am on WATA Radio).

 

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Soderman shines at Pan Am Games

Appalachian State track and field stand out Sean Soderman turned in a stellar performance on Saturday night at the Pan Am Junior Games in Trinidad-Tabago.

 

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Blue Bombers release Williams

Former Appalachian State quarterback Richie Williams, who led the Mountaineers to their first national championship in 2005, was released by the Winnipeg Blue Bombers of the Canadian Football League July 30.

 

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ASU SoCon Pre-season Favorite

The Southern Conference coaches have selected Appalachian State as the pre-season favorite to win the league championship this season.

 

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