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Storm Softball Finishes Fourth

The Watauga Storm 14U Fastpitch Softball team played to a fourth-place finish in the ASA Diamond Classic, played this past weekend in Gray, Tennessee.

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Storm Wins Starmount Tournament

Watauga Storm 13&Under Boys basketball team won the I-77 Showdown at Starmount High School June 4th.

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Annual Will Dicus Baseball Tournament Field Set

The annual Will Dicus Memorial Baseball Tournament will take place June 18 and 19 at five locations around Boone, NC. Proceeds from the event will benefit the Will Dicus Indoor Training Facility to be constructed on the campus of Watauga High School.

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Aldrich, Ervin Named Freshman All-America

Redshirt-freshman Daniel Aldrich (Mt. Pleasant, S.C.) has been named to the National Collegiate Baseball Writers Association (NCBWA) Freshman All-American First Team, as announced by the organization Tuesday.

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SoCon Adds Associate Members for Wrestling

The Southern Conference has added three universities as associate members in the sport of wrestling, it was announced Monday.

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Watauga Batters Valdese In DH Sweep

Bradley Rudisill has the Watauga American Junior Legion A Team playing with a lot of confidence right now.

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Crawdads Out Last Asheville, 10-7

The Hickory Crawdads again tied a season-high with seven runs in the seventh frame, taking the 10-7 win against the Asheville Tourists before 1,777 fans at Historic McCormick Field in Asheville on Monday evening. 

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Cobb Named Southeast A.D. of the Year

Appalachian State University director of athletics Charlie Cobb has been named the 2010-11 NCAA Division I FCS Southeast Region Under Armour Athletics Director of the Year, the National Association of Collegiate Directors of Athletics (NACDA) announced on Monday.


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Crawdads Sweep SAL Weekly Awards

The South Atlantic League announced Monday that the Hickory Crawdads, Class A Affiliate of the Texas Rangers, have won both of the SAL Weekly Awards for the week of June 6 - 12, becoming the first team to win both awards in the same week since the Charleston RiverDogs in 2009.

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Former Mountaineer Named New Shelby Coach

Lance Ware, who played college football at Appalachian State University, has been named the new head football coach at Shelby High School.

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Squires Named Men's Soccer Coach At LMC

Lee Squires has been named the new head men's soccer coach at Lees-McRae College, announced Bobcat director of athletics, Craig McPhail, on Monday.

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Crawdads power past Tourists, 12-3

The Hickory Crawdads tied a season-high with seven runs in the third inning and cruised to the 12-3 win against the Asheville Tourists on Sunday, before 1,480 fans at Historic McCormick Field, despite 53 minutes rain delay. 

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Tar Heels Advance CWS

The University of North Carolina baseball team advanced to the College World Series Saturday night.


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'Dads two-hit Legends, win 8-1

The Hickory Crawdads two-hit the Lexington Legends en route to the 8-1 win before 6,711 fans at Whitaker Bank Ballpark in Lexington on Saturday evening.

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Watauga B Team Drops Opener

The Watauga American Junior Legion B Team opened its season Saturday in Marion.


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Tar Heels One Win Away From CWS

The North Carolina University baseball team moved within one win of reaching the College World Series in Omaha on Friday.


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Legends edge 'Dads, 4-2

Following a 50-minute rain delay to start the game, the Hickory Crawdads fell to the Lexington Legends, 4-2, before 4,787 fans at Whitaker Bank Ballpark in Lexington on Friday night. The loss also snapped Hickory's four-game winning streak.

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Barefoot Takes Over At ODU

Karen Barefoot is leaving Elon University and returning to Old Dominian.

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Former Blue Devil Found Dead

Tom Emma, who played basketball for Duke University from 1980-83, was found dead Tuesday morning following a fall from the 12th floor of the New York Athletic Club in Manhattan.

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