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The Watauga High volleyball team disposed of Freedom on Senior Night in three games; the Sun Belt championship game has been cancelled; Tennessee picks up another 4-Star recruit; the App State men win big; the NC State women remain undefeated. For more on these stories, and for more sports headlines, please click on the link below....

The App State men's basketball team will host Greensboro College tonight at the Holmes Center. And if he gets to play, Justin Forrest (concussion) will play in his 100th career game; Watauga High volleyball celebrates Senior Night tonight with Freedom in town; WHS XC runs a virtual meet today, but Freedom won't run its virtual meet until Friday; a UNC running back earn high marks for the NFL Draft; a Tar Heels coach is in the running for a national honor. For more on these stories, and for more sports headlines, please click on the links below....

CHAPEL HILL—Organizers for the CBS Sports Classic announced updated matchups for the 2020 event, which is set to take place Dec. 19 at Rocket Mortgage FieldHouse in Cleveland. 

Wednesday was NSD in college football, and both the Mountaineers and the Tar Heels had productive days; App State and UNC men's basketball teams have announced schedule changes; Watauga High volleyball celebrates Senior Night tonight, and the Pioneers also put their 63-game winning streak on the line. For more on these stories, and for more sports headlines, please click on the link below....

CHAPEL HILL - The University of North Carolina football program signed 18 newcomers, including 11 early enrollees, on Wednesday as part of National Signing Day. Currently ranked as the No. 13 class in the country, Carolina's group includes one five star, 11 four stars and six three stars according to the 247Sports Composite. The 18-man class is the second-smallest of the Top 15 teams and its 91 per player average rating on the Composite ranks ninth nationally. The well-rounded class covers all position groups and is split evenly by sides of the ball with nine members playing offense and nine on defense. The group represents four states including 15 players from North Carolina and one each from South Carolina, Tennessee and Virginia.