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The Watauga High basketball teams pulled off the sweep Friday night at St. Stephens, closing our their three-game road trip in a winning note. For more on that story, and more local and regional sports headlines, please click on the link below....,

A 14-0 first quarter run paced the Watauga High girl's basketball team Thursday night as they bested Ashe County for the fifth straight time, Blaine St. Claire and Anderson Castle combined for 47 points in the boys games as they snapped their two-game losing streak. For more on those stories and more local and regional sports news, please click on the link below....

Three former Appalachian State University football players are playing at the next level starting next month, a great basketball coach is going to the Hall, a run down of Wednesday's scoreboard and more local/regional sports can be heard by clicking on the link below....

The Watauga High football team will hold its annual banquet on Sunday, January 13 at the WHS Commons & Auditorum, beginning at 5 p.m. The admission is $10 for non-players. For more information, please call coach Ryan Habich at 828-264-2407.

BOONE -= According to 247Sports.com, three former Appalachian State University football players will take their skills to the professional level this spring in the newly developed eight-team Alliance of American Football. The season begins February 9-10.