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Vanderbilt Pulls Away from ASU

Vanderbilt broke open a tie game mid-way through the second half to put down Appalachian State University men’s basketball, 86-73, on Saturday afternoon at Memorial Gymnasium.

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Middlebrook comes up short at Foot Locker Nationals

Watauga High sophomore Darby Middlebrook is actually human, afterall.


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Vikings fall in Western Semifinals

The Avery High Vikings saw their dream season come to a crashing halt on Friday night at MacDonald Stadium.


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ASU has ten All-American Candidates

The Sports Network has announced that Appalachian State has four Mountaineers up for two national awards, and ten possible All-American candidates.

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Presley, Fletcher, Smith and LeGree finalists for National Awards

Quarterback DeAndre Presley, linebacker D.J. Smith, defensive lineman Jabari Fletcher and defensive back Mark LeGree of Appalachian State are finalists for two national awards.


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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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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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