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Bears Volleyball Wins At Carson-Newman

The Lenoir-Rhyne Volleyball Team (8-5, 4-2) bounced back with a 3-1 victory over Carson-Newman (4-7, 2-4) in a South Atlantic Conference contest Saturday at Holt Fieldhouse.  The Bears prevailed over the Eagles by scores of 21-25,

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No.22 Bears Beat Newberry, 3-1

The No. 22 Lenoir-Rhyne Women's Soccer Team (7-1, 4-0) made it four wins in a row with a 3-1 victory over Newberry (4-5-1, 1-3) Saturday afternoon in a South Atlantic Conference match. Three different players scored for the Bears,

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Lenoir-Rhyne Women's Wins Bulldog Invitational

The Lenoir-Rhyne Women's Cross Country Team won the inaugural Bulldog Invitational, hosted by The Citadel, Saturday morning at Laurel Hill Plantation. The first-place finish is the second in a row for the Bears. L-R were led by junior

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ASU Blasts Coastal, 55-14

The Appalachian State University football team closed out its non-conference schedule by blasting Coastal Carolina 55-14 at Kidd Brewer Stadium on Saturday afternoon. Steven Miller rambled for a career high 202 yards and two touchdowns in Full Story

Cyclones Blow By Pioneers

The Watuaga High football team ran into a well-oiled machine Friday night. Like a brand new Ferrari roaring its way off the showroom floor, Elizabethon blasted the Pioneers 40-8 on Homecoming night at Brown-Childress Stadium. The Cyclones

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Apps Close Out Non-Conference Slate vs. Coastal

After an impressive 34-17 road win at Chattanooga last Saturday, Appalachian State University returns home for its final non-conference matchup of the regular season versus Coastal Carolina. Kickoff is set for 3:30 p.m. at Kidd Brewer Stadium.

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ASU Women's Soccer Blanks GSU

Sophomore forward Julia Holz’s goal in the eighth minute was all Appalachian State University women’s soccer needed, as the Mountaineers earned their second conference victory of the season over Georgia Southern 1-0 Friday night at the

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ASU Women Finish Second in Charlotte

Appalachian State University women’s cross country team finished second overall in the 6,000m event, defeating all nine Southern Conference opponents in the 49er Invite. Senior Amanda Hamilton led the Mountaineers for the third time

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Balanced Attack Propels Bobcats To Sweep Of Bulldogs

Freshmen Jordan Banta (Virginia Beach, Va.) and Angela Morse (Clinton Township, Mich.) combined for 20 kills and eight blocks to lead the Lees-McRae College women's volleyball team to a straight-set sweep of Barton College in

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LMC Women Place fifth at Charlotte Invitation​al

The Lees-McRae College women's cross country team finished fifth out of competing NCAA Division II programs at the Charlotte Cross Country Invitational on Friday. Lees-McRae placed 28th overall and fifth among NCAA II teams,

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Vikings Lose Fifth Straight

The woes continue for the Avery High football team. The Vikings (2-5 overall; 0-3 Western Highlands 1A/2A Conference) suffered tehir fifth straight loss Friday night at home against Hendersonville. The Bearcats (6-1; 3-0), led by Grant

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Pioneers Drop Fifth Straight, Fall Into Second Place

The woes continue for the Watauga High volleyball team. The Pioneers (11-7 overall; 6-2 Northwestern 3A/4A Conference) dropped their fifth consecutive match Thursday night as Fred

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“Clustering” Does Not Exist at Appalachian

A recent review to determine if “clustering” of student-athletes in specific academic majors and classes occurs at Appalachian State University found that it is not existent within any of Appalachian’s 20 varsity sports programs or

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Giants Name Suttles Territorial Scout

The San Francisco Giants have hired former T.C. Roberson baseball coach Donnie Suttles to be a territorial scout for North Carolina, South Carolina

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Top 10 Football Polls

The Associated Press weekly football polls are out for the week of September 24-28. The only regional team ranked in the top ten is Boonville-

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Perley Wins National Title

Bradford Perley has been racing mountain bikes for a long, long time. And now after all those races the Kennebunk High grad (Class of 2007) can call himself

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Pioneers Impressive in 2-0 Win over Hibriten

Soccer has often been characterized as "the beautiful game" when referring to matches that are played on the World Cup stage.  On Wednesday, Watauga's men's soccer team gave a great demonstration of the beautiful game at the

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WHS Volleyball Suffers Fourth Consecutive Loss

Watauga High volleyball coach Kris Hagaman is desperately searching for answers. But everywhere she turns leads to another dead end. The Pioneers (11-6), who seemed nearly invincible just a week ago, have fallen on hard times. WHS

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Williams Tumor Not Malignant

The tumor that doctors removed last week from Roy Williams’ right kidney is not malignant, the University of North Carolina announced on Wednesday afternoon. Williams, who will enter his 10th season as head coach of the Tar

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