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UPDTATED: Mountaineers romp over Jacksonville, 45-14


Any ideas the Jacksonville Dolphins may had of pulling of a huge upset came to a crashing halt on Saturday. The Dolphins put their best foot forward for two-and-a-half quarters, but in the end Appalachian State prevailed 45-14 in its home opener in front of 28, 708 fans on what started as a rainy afternoon at Kidd Brewer Stadium. DeAndre Presley had another stellar day.(Photo by Daniela Osorio Bueno) Full Story

WHS Volleyball sweeps tri-match

The Watauga High volleyball team continued its early-season domination on Saturday.

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UPDATED: Pioneers win a close one, 10-9

The Watuaga High football team turned its fortunes around Friday night at Jack Groce Stadium.

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UPDATED: Regional Scoreboard

Here are scores from Friday night's football games around the area:

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ASU ranked third in Coaches Poll

The Mountaineers kept their No. 3 ranking in the FCS Coaches Poll, which was released on Monday.

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ASU remains No.3 in TSN Poll

Despite their dramatic comeback win at Chattanooga, the Mountaineers are still ranked third this week in The Sports Network Poll.

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Presley earns SoCon and National Honors

On the strength of accounting for 365 yards of total offense and four touchdowns and engineering a comeback from a pair of late 21-point deficits, Appalachian State University quarterback DeAndre Presley (Tampa, Fla./Middleton) has been named the Southern Conference Offensive Player of the Week, the SoCon office announced on Monday.


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Breitenstein scores, Terriers lose

Eric Breitenstein picked up right where he left off before a knee injiury cut his season short last fall.

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Lynch, Murrell make the grade

Two former Appalachian State football players have made the grade and will play in the National Football League this fall.

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ASU survives, 42-41

The post-Armanti Edwards era began on a dramatic note as the Appalachian State University football team rallied from a 21-point deficit and defeated upstart Chattanooga 42-41 at Finley Stadium on Saturday afternoon.


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Area Scores.....

Here's is a rundown of area scores from Friday night's games:

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Vikings knock off WHS, 28-14

Avery High ended four years of frustration Friday night as the Vikings defeated Watauga 28-14 at Jack Groce Stadium.

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State Champs forfeit game

A.C. Reynolds High School, which won the Class 4A state championship last fall, has forfeited its season-opening win against West Forsyth.

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Panthers place Jackson on waivers

The Carolina Panthers have placed former Appalachian State University wide receiver and kick-return Dexter Jackson on waivers.

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Brietenstein will start for Terriers

Wofford College coach Mike Ayers has announced that Eric Brietenstein will get the starting nod at fullback on Saturday when the Terriers open the 2010 season at Ohio University.

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Pre Sale of Tickets for Watauga vs. Avery

Watauga Athletics will be pre selling tickets for the Watauga vs Avery game friday night during lunches in the schools cafeteria.

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Hartley steps down

Terry Hartley is moving on.  Following three successful years as Watauga High's women's tennis coach. Hartley, who led WHS to a pair of conference championships has resigned. He officially turned in his resignation last Thursday. Full Story

WHS XC running strong

The Watauga High cross country teams turned in their second strong peformance of the year on Saturday at the western North Carolina Cross Country Carnival at Jackson Park in Hendersonville, NC.

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WHS volleyball now 5-1

The Watauga High volleyball team continued its winning ways Saturday afternoon.

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