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Apps Beat Up Wagner, Austin Peay Saturday

The Appalachian State University softball team moved a game above .500 for the first time since the 2013 season with two wins on Saturday. The Mountaineers

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Mountaineers Sweep ULM

The Appalachian State University women's basketball team picked up a huge win over UL Monroe on Saturday at the Holmes Center. The Mountaineers, looking to make

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Johnson Leads Tar Heels Over Miami

Brice Johnson had five dunks and 22 points to help No. 15 North Carolina end a streak of four consecutive losses against Miami with a 73-64 victory Saturday. The 6-

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LMC Roundup....

Softball Drops Two in Jefferson City: The Lees-McRae softball team fell to Carson-Newman, 9-0 before dropping a 16-2 decision to Indiana Wesleyan Saturday afternoon

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Lenoir-Rhyne Hoops Earns Split On Senior Day

The Lenoir-Rhyne women's basketball team (11-15, 10-12) used a pair of career performances on Senior Day to take down Mars Hill (11-16, 9-13), 82-76, Saturday

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App State Spring Practice Report

Appalachian State University football held its final full scrimmage of the 2015 spring practice season on Saturday morning in the Sofield Family Indoor Practice Facility. Saturday’s spirited scrimmage included 22 series and 104 plays. Starting every possession in plus territory due to the abbreviated playing surface inside the

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No. 11 Tar Heels Grab Two From URI

Benton Moss struck out 10 in 7.0 shutout innings, Trent Thornton posted a pair of five-out saves and No. 11 North Carolina took both games of a doubleheader from Rhode Island, 4-3 and 5-3, Friday at Sparrow Stadium on the campus of Francis Marion University. After Moss' gem in the opener, freshman Hansen Butler pitched 1.2

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Pioneers Exorcise Demons

The Watauga High boys' basketball team shook off the effects of their two-week layoff, due to inclement weather, and knocked off R.J. Reynolds 67-62 at Lentz-Eggers

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Lewis Out At Patton

Patton High School announced Monday that girls' head coach Chip Lewis would not return for a fourth season next year. Lewis’ teams had a combined 40-38 record

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Basketball Roundup....

Both the Avery High boys' and girls' basketball team marched their way in the second-round of the North Carolina 1A state -layoffs Friday night. The Avery girls (11-13),

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No. 16 Maryland Edges App State, 4-2

After managing just two hits through eight innings, Appalachian State University baseball brought the tying run to the plate in the top of the ninth but its upset bid fell

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Apps Earn Split at Adidas Tournament

The Appalachian State University softball team, split a pair of games to open up the Adidas Tournament on Friday afternoon in Spartanburg, S.C. App State downed

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LMC Roundup....

Men's Volleyball Downed by Belmont Abbey, 3-0: A trio of Lees-McRae players notched seven kills, but the woes continie for the men's volleyball team as they dropped a 14-25, 20-25, 24-26 loss to Conference Carolinas foe Belmont Abbey Friday evening at Williams Gymnasium in Banner Elk, N.C.

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LMC Softball Drops Two Friday Afternoon

Freshman Kara Travis collected a pair of hits, but the Lees-McRae softball team dropped a pair of games on Friday afternoon at The Vick in Jefferson City, TN. The

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Revised NCHSAA Regional Schedules

Here is the revised schedules for NCHSAA regional basketball tournaments as of now:

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The North Carolina High School Athletic Association has released the following information about the NCHSAA basketball playoffs, which have been hit hard by the snow across the state.

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SBC Announces 2015 Football Schedule

The Sun Belt Conference released its full 2015 football schedule on Friday which features eight conference games for each of the league’s 11 teams as well as 45 regular season non-conference

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Gillin Named Appalachian's AD

Following a national search, Chancellor Sheri N. Everts has named Douglas Gillin director of athletics at Appalachian State University. He will begin his new duties April 6.

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2015 Football Schedule Finalized

Two nationally televised games at Kidd Brewer Stadium highlight Appalachian State University’s 2015 football schedule, which was announced by the Sun Belt Conference on Friday morning.

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