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Bears Down Florida Tech For First League Win

The Lenoir-Rhyne Men's Lacrosse Team (3-10, 1-6) picked up its first Deep South Conference victory of the season with a 17-9 win over Florida Tech (2-10, 0-7) Friday evening at Moretz Stadium. L-R freshman Ned Kaish (Atlanta, Ga.) finished with a match-high four goals while freshman Miles Britton (Wesley Chapel, Fla.)

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Newberry Downs Lenoir-Rhyne, 5-3

The Newberry Baseball Team (14-21, 8-11) opened a South Atlantic Conference weekend series with a 5-3 victory over Lenoir-Rhyne (9-28, 5-14) Friday evening at the Smith Road Complex. Newberry's Josh McElwee (Andrews, S.C.) went the distance on the mound en route to the win. McElwee improved to 4-1 on the season

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Lenoir-Rhyne Women's Tennis Falls To Lincoln Memorial, 9-0

The Lenoir-Rhyne University Women's Tennis Team (2-10, 0-7) fell to Lincoln Memorial University (8-4, 2-3), 9-0, Friday afternoon in a South Atlantic Conference match at the Lincoln Memorial Tennis Complex.L-R remains in Tennessee to face conference-rival Carson-Newman on Saturday in Jefferson City, Tenn.,

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Mount Olive Rallies Past Lees-McRae, 5-4

The Mount Olive College men's tennis team rallied from a 2-1 deficit after doubles play with four victories in singles action to edge Lees-McRae College in Conference Carolinas play on Friday afternoon. Lees-McRae's (1-10, 1-5 CC) tandem of Alexander Hayes (Mexico City, Mexico) and Skylar Warren (Asheville, N.C.)

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Bobcats Sweep Shock, 3-0

The Lees-McRae College men's volleyball team posted 12 service aces and a .406 hitting percentage en route to a straight-set sweep of Washington Adventist University on Friday afternoon in Williams Gymnasium. Lees-McRae (10-7) won the match by scores of 25-9, 25-15, and 25-11, holding Washington Adventist (2-5) to a -.179

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WHS Soccer Tames Tigers

The Watauga High women's soccer team bounced back from its disappointing loss at St. Stephens Tuesday night with a convincing 4-1 win against Fred T.Foard in a Northwestern 3A/4A Conference game in Newton Friday night. The Pioneers didn't waste any time as they scored six minutes into the game. Kendyl Baird

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WHS To Host High Country Football Clinic

The Watauga High football team will host the 6th Annual High Country Football Clinic April 13-14. The cost of the clinic is $60 at the door (the staff rate of four coaches or more is 40 per coach), $50 if you pre-register,

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WKBC to Serve as Flagship for 13th-Straight Year

For the 13th-consecutive year, WKBC-FM 97.3 (North Wilkesboro, Charlotte, Hickory, Statesville, High Country) will serve as the flagship station of the Appalachian IMG Sports Network in 2012-13,

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'Dads Announce Opening Day Roster

The Hickory Crawdads, South Atlantic League affiliate of the Texas Rangers, have announced their Opening Day Roster for the 2012 campaign.  The Crawdads will open the 20th Anniversary Season on the road on

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Bobcats Sponsored By Industry Elites

The Lees-McRae College cycling program has received generous donations from several highly recognized names in the cycling industry, announced College officials Wednesday.
"Any time people donate products to support a

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Pioneers-Tigers Rained Out

The Watuaga High basebakll team had its scheduled game with Fred T. Foard rained out Friday night. The contest will be made up Monday. The Pioneers, with the schedule change, will now play three games

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Cremins Announces Retirement

College of Charleston men's basketball head coach Bobby Cremins announced his retirement in a press conference held on Monday afternoon at TD Arena. The 64-year-old coach spent six seasons with the Cougars amassing the third-most coaching victories in school history with a 125-68 Full Story

WHS Tennis Suffers First Loss

The Watuaga High men's tennis team tasted defeat for the first time this season. The Pioneers (10-1) lost to Providence 6-3 in a non-conference match down in Charlotte. Michael Smith and Chris Ludwig were victorious

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Harris Signs With Charlotte

Watauga High senior pole vaulter Reid Harris has signed his National Letter of Intent with UNC-Charlotte, where he will continue his track career next season. Harris, who is considering electrical engineering and

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Pioneers Athletics BBQ

Watauga High Athletics Director Tom Wright has announced that the
Pioneers will host benefit barbeque dinner to raise money for the
athletic department. The money raised from this

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Grizzlies Removed Head Coach and AD

School President Royce Engstrom has announced that the University of Montana has decided not to renew the contracts of head football coach Robin Pfulgrad and Athletics Director Jim O'Day. "The University will announce

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ZAP Fitness To Host Stickboy-Mayview Madness 5k Run

The Blowing Rock based ZAP Fitness long distance running center has agreed to direct the 13th annual Stickboy Bread Co. / Mayview Madness 5k which will take place Saturday September 22, 2012 at 8:30 a.m. The race,

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Dohanic Named Track Athlete of Week

Appalachian State University track and field senior AJ Dohanic has been named as the Southern Conference Track Athlete of the Week, the league office announced Thursday. Dohanic finished fourth in the 110-meter hurdles

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ASU Men’s Tennis Sweeps The Citadel

Picking up the team’s fourth-straight win, Appalachian State University men’s tennis dominated its Southern Conference match against The Citadel, 7-0, at ASU Tennis Courts on Thursday. The Mountaineers (10-5, 4-1 SoCon) picked

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