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Capel, Kachmarik named to ASU coaching staff

Appalachian State men’s basketball coach Buzz Peterson has announced that Jason Capel and Jamie Kachmarik will join his staff as assistant coaches this season.


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Edens stands out at USA trials

Former Appalachian State pitcher Aubrey Edens had a stellar outing at the USA trials on Saturday in Cary, NC. Edens, who was a late invitee to the trials, went four innings in relief.


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Hardee, Mayhew stellar at state games

Rising seniors Katherine Mayhew and Cal Hardee of Watauga High were outstanding this past weekend at the North Carolina State Games in Charlotte.



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Hardee has big day at state games

Rising senior Cal Hardee of the Watauga High baseball team turned in a strong performance for the Region 7 all-star team  in the opening round of the North Carolina State Games in Charlotte Thursday night.


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Mountaineers season opener to be televised

The Appalachian State University football team will have its season opener at East Carolina televised on the Mid-Atlantic Sports Network on Saturday, September 5 at noon.


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Williams makes Blue Bombers debut

Former Appalachian State quarterback Richie Williams made his debut with the Winnipeg Blue Bombers of the Canadian Football League Friday night.


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Four Mountaineers go in MLB draft

The Appalachian State baseball team had four players selected in the Major League Amateur Baseball Draft.


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Mountaineers take on heavyweights in Montana and McNeese State

The Appalachian State athletic department announced on Wednesday night that the Mountaineers have entered into a six-game agreement with Montana and McNeese State.


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Williams is back at work

Former Appalachian State University quarterback Richie Williams, who led the Mountaineers to their first national title in 2005, has a new job.


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Congratulations to Daniel Clark and Steve Behr

stevo.jpgWhat’s that old cliché, happiness is……Well in this case


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17U Watauga Storm boys take third at state tournament

The Watauga Storm 17-and-under-boys basketball team finished third at the USSSA State Tournament in Greensboro last weekend in their season finale.


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Will Dicus, You Will Be Missed

n600078409_1709.jpgI received a disappointing phone call late Monday night, early Tuesday morning from Watauga High Booster Club President Dan Shelton who said that WHS senior Will Dicus had passed away following his five-year battle with cancer.


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Kidd wins first state title

Former Watauga High soccer coach Doug Kidd, who spent 16 years with the men’s and women’s programs, finally won his first state champions on Saturday in Raleigh.

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Watauga Athletics Announces 2008-2009 Trailblazer Award Winner

Courtesy: Watauga Media Relations (Daniel Clark)


Watauga Pioneer senior Baine Martin has been voted the winner of the 2008-2009 Trailblazer award, given annually to the most outstanding male student-athlete.


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Watauga Athletics Announces 2008-2009 Hall of Fame Award Winner

Courtesy: Watauga Media Relations (Daniel Clark)


Watauga Lady Pioneer senior Chandler Butler has been voted the winner of the 2008-2009 Hall of Fame award, given annually to the most outstanding female student-athlete.


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PROGRAMMING ALERT: Former Watauga Soccer Coach to Appear on WATA Friday

High Country Radio’s sports director, Mike Kelly, said Watauga High’s former soccer coach, Doug Kidd, will be featured on AM 1450 WATA tomorrow morning.


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Kidd leads Swansboro women to state finals

And congratulations to former WHS men’s and women’s soccer coach Doug Kidd, who led the Swansboro High women to the Eastern Championship on Wednesday night and a berth in the state title game in Raleigh on Saturday against Forbush.


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Mayhew chosen for State Games

Congratulations to rising senior Katherine Mayhew of the Pioneers. Katherine has been selected to play for the West women in the North Carolina State Games in Charlotte June 20-21.


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Robertson, Brown and Rex are off to college

Former Watauga High soccer coach Johnny Gales has announced that graduating seniors Ben Robertson, Jennings Rex and goalkeeper Thomas Brown will continue their soccer careers at the collegiate level this fall.


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