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Bears Sign 24 Players For 2012 Season

On national signing day Wednesday, the Lenoir-Rhyne University Football Team and Head Coach Mike Houston inked the first 24 recruits for the 2012 season. Of the 23 recruits the Bears

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Bears Down Anderson, 72-60

The Lenoir-Rhyne Women's Basketball Team (15-5, 7-4) won its second consecutive game Wednesday evening with a 72-60 victory over Anderson (7-12, 4-7) in a South Atlantic Conference contest at the Abney Athletic Center. L-R senior guard

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Speir Inks 15 on National Signing Day

Western Carolina head football coach Mark Speir today announced the signing of 15 student-athletes to National Letters of Intent to play football for the Catamounts beginning in the fall of 2012. All told, Speir and the Catamounts currently have 17 in this year's incoming class with

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ASU Football Inks 19 for 2012

Nineteen student-athletes have signed National Letters of Intent/grant-in-aid agreements to join Appalachian State University’s football program, head coach Jerry Moore announced on Wednesday. The nineteen signees include Full Story

National Signing Day Central will provide in-depth coverage of National Signing Day for Appalachian State University football throughout the day on Wednesday. The coverage begins as soon as the

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'Dads unveil 20th Anniversary Logo

The Crawdads would like to thank everyone who packed Rock Barn Golf and Spa on Monday night to help kick off the 20th Anniversary Season with the annual Hot Stove Banquet.  With the banquet room buzzing in anticipation, Crawdads General Manager Mark Seaman got the program

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Women's Hoops Sets Annual "Pink Zone" Date

Appalachian State University women’s basketball will host its annual “Pink Zone” game when it takes on Southern Conference foe UNC Greensboro at 4:30 p.m. on Saturday, Feb. 11 at the Holmes Center. The fundraiser,

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Storm Keeps Rolling Along

Watauga Storm 14-and-under boys basketball team rolls again winning to their third consecutive tournament in Sparta, N.C. this past weekend, January 27-28. The Storm won the

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WHS Grapplers Fall On Senior Night

The Watauga High wrestling team dropped a 49-19 decision to Alexander Central on Senior Night at Lentz-Eggers Gym. But the Pioneers did win five matches. Mark Townsend pulled off an 8-5 decision

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Baird Signs With King College

Well, it's not official just yet, but Watauga High senior Kendyl Baird will make it official Thursday morning at 9:15 a.m. in the WHS Media Center, when she signs her National Letter of Intent with King College, a Division II school in Bristol, TN, and a member of Conference Carolinas. Baird scored

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Cougars Dominate Pioneers

It's plain and simple, both the Watauga High men's and women's basketball teams didn't play very well Tuesday night. The end result, both teams dropped lopsided affairs on the road in Taylorsville. The WHS women

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LeGree Back With 49ers

Mark LeGree continues his nomad journey through the National Football League. LeGree, the three-time first-team All-America from St. Helena Island, S.C., was signed to a Reseve/Future contract by the

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Lees-McRae listed in NCAA statistics

Lees-McRae College junior DJ Brown (Anderson, S.C.) continues to rank among the national leaders in three-point field goal percentage, entering the week listed 15th in the NCAA Division II men's

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ASU Women Shut Down Catamounts

Appalachian State University women’s basketball used a stifling second-half defensive effort to pick up a 58-39 win over Southern Conference archrival Western Carolina on Monday night at the

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The Watauga County Middle School Basketball Tournaments officially tipped off MOnday night. And both the regular-season champions, Parkway for the girls and Hardin Park for the boys, advanced

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ASU Men Play Winthrop in BracketBuster Game

Appalachian State University men’s basketball will host Winthrop on Feb. 18 as part of the Sears BracketBusters event. Tipoff is scheduled for 2 p.m. The Mountaineers (9-11, 5-5 SoCon) are hosting their third BracketBuster game and are participating for the

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Speir, Catamounts Release 2012 Schedule

Mark Speir, who was named the new head football coach at Western Carolina University in December, has announced the Catamounts 2012 schedule. Speir makes his head-coaching debut on

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ASU Women's Tennis Splits Weekend Matches

Over the weekend, Appalachian State women's tennis traveled to Greenbrier Resort to a pair of neutral site matches against Liberty and James Madison. The Mountaineers began the weekend with a

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Bobcats edge Pioneers, 3-1

The Lees-McRae College men's volleyball team registered 13 blocks and eight service aces en route to a 3-1 win over Sacred Heart University on Sunday afternoon in non-conference play. Lees-McRae (2-3) recorded 39 kills and a .140 hitting percentage

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