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Former coach and athlete still going strong at age 100

Fred Dickerson participated in the N.C. Senior Olympics last month, and his best softball toss measured 44 feet.

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Storm 13&U Boys Place In Two Tournaments

The Watauga Storm 13-and-under boys basketball team turned in a seventh-place finish at the YBOA state tournament, May 13-17.

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Three Pioneers Named All-Region

The accolades just keep pouring in for the Watauga High women's soccer team.

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Power zaps Crawdads, 3-2

The West Virginia Power edged the Hickory Crawdads, 3-2, before 5,570 fans at Appalachian Power Park on Tuesday afternoon.


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Harrill Wins Distinquished Service Award

Mark Harrill, a successful real estate developer in the High Country and a huge supporter of Appalachian State University athletics, has received the Distinquished Service Award from the Southern Conference.


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Watts, Norris Selected For East-West Game

Graduating seniors Jake Watts and Dylan Norris of the Watauga High baseball team have been selected to play in the North Carolina Baseball Coaches Association East-West Senior All-Star Game.


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Bolick Named NW3A/4A Coach Of Year

Determination and desire best describe Brittany Bolick. Full Story

Bumgarner Wins Second Straight

Madison Bumgarner picked up his second win of the year Monday afternoon as the San Francisco Giants belted the St. Louis Cardinals 7-3 at steamy Busch Stadium.

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Eagles Receive Lone SoCon Bid to NCAA Regionals

Georgia Southern, which defeated Samford 1-0 Sunday at Riley Park in Charleston to win the Southern Conference tournament championship, is the only SoCon team headed to the NCAA Regionals this coming weekend.

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Power hangs on for 8-6 win

The Hickory Crawdads scored four times in the top of the ninth, but the West Virginia hung on for the 8-6 win, before 1,591 fans at Appalachian Power Park on Monday afternoon.

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Tressel Resigns

Jim Tressel has stepped down as head football coach at Ohio State.

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Crawdads take opener in West Virginia, 4-3

The Hickory Crawdads beat the West Virginia Power, 4-3, before 2,176 fans at Appalachian Power Park on Sunday evening.

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Georgia Southern Wins SoCon Title

Chris Beck pitched a complete-game, three hit shutout to lead No. 4 seed Georgia Southern over No. 3 seed Samford, 1-0, in the championship game of the 2011 Bennett Hospitality Southern Conference Baseball Championship.


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ASU Track Wraps Up Regional Competition

The Appalachian State University track program will have one qualifier making his way to the NCAA Championships in Des Moines, IA, June 8-11.


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'Dads fall to RiverDogs, 6-3, in series finale

The Hickory Crawdads were topped by the Charleston RiverDogs, 6-3, before 2,992 fans at L.P. Frans Stadium on Saturday night.

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Dominant Pitching Sends Samford To Title Game

In a game where runs were at a premium, Samford edged Appalachian State 2-1 in the 2011 Bennett Hospitality Southern Conference Baseball Championship presented by Carolina Ford Dealers.

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Cougars Advance to Final Four

The Alexander Central High softball team under the guidance of head coach Monte Sherrill has known nothing but success during is tenure.


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RiverDogs Take Down Crawdads, 6-3

The Hickory Crawdads fell to the Charleston RiverDogs, 6-3, before 2,552 fans at L.P. Frans Stadium on Friday night.

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UPDATED: Styers Qualifies For Nationals

Malcom Styers of the Appalachian State University men's track team earned a spot in the NCAA Championships Friday afternoon.


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