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ASU Defeats High Point in Final Seconds

The Panthers rallied from a 10-point deficit to tie the game in the final minute before Andre Williamson (Dayton, Ohio/Prince George) sank the game-winning free throw with five seconds remaining to lift Appalachian State University men’s basketball over High Point, 82-81, on Saturday night at the Millis Center in the annual ESPNU BracketBuster event.T Full Story

 
ASU WOMEN CLINCH OUTRIGHT SOCON TITLE

Appalachian State University women’s basketball found its groove midway through the second period and clinched the outright 2011 Southern Conference regular season title, as the Apps cruised to a 74-59 win over Wofford Saturday afternoon at the Holmes Center.

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Seven-Run Seventh Lifts Mountaineers Over UMES

Trey Holmes' (Rockwell, N.C./East Rowan) grand slam highlighted a seven-run seventh inning that broke open a close game and lifted Appalachian State University baseball to a 13-2 win over visiting Maryland-Eastern Shore on Saturday afternoon at McNair Field.

 

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State Playoff Pairings Announced

The North Carolina High School Athletic Association has released its state playoff pairings.

 

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Hickory Wins NW3A/4A Title

Watauga High's dream of winning its first conference championship came to a crashing halt Friday night at Kraft Gymnasium in Hickory, NC.

 

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ASU Blanks UMES, 4-0

Sophomore Tyler Tewell (Charlotte, N.C./Butler) drove in two runs and four pitchers combined for Appalachian State University baseball's first opening-day shutout in 38 years, a 4-0 blanking of visiting Maryland-Eastern Shore on Friday night at McNair Field.

 

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Coakley Selected for Induction to SoCon Hall of Fame

 

Former Appalachian State University linebacker Dexter Coakley, perhaps the most decorated defensive player in NCAA Division I FCS

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SoCon Announces 2011 Hall Of Fame Class

The Southern Conference announced its Hall of Fame class for 2011 which includes a past Wimbledon and U.S. Open Champion, an NFL Pro Bowler, NCAA All-Americans and a pair of coaching legends.

 

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Feasibility Study Committee Holds Second Meeting

Appalachian State University’s athletics feasibility study committee convened for the second time on Monday, Feb. 14 at the Appalachian Athletics Center.

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WHS MATMEN PRODUCE 6 REGIONAL QUALIFIERS

Watauga High wrestling coach James Eichmiller has announced that the Pioneers have 6 wrestlers going to the Class 4A Western Regional this weekend at the Bojangles Coliseum in Charlotte. Full Story

 
ASU SPRING PRACTICE BEGINS FEB. 21

Appalachian State University football will conduct its NCAA-allowed 15 spring practices between Monday, Feb. 21-Wednesday, March 23, head coach Jerry Moore has announced.

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ASU Men Derail Mocs for Fourth-Straight Win

 A 14-point run midway through the second half broke a tie put Appalachian State University men’s basketball ahead of Chattanooga for good in Saturday night’s 78-68 win at the Holmes Center.

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Griewisch Qualifies for Nationals

Kate Griewisch of Banner Elk (and Avery High School), and currently a junior at Lenior Rhyne University (a Division II school in Hickory, NC), has qualified for the Division II National Championships in Albuquerque, New Mexico. Full Story

 
WHS WOMEN'S TRACK 3RD AT STATE MEET

The Watauga High women's indoor track team put on a strong showing at the state championships Saturday in Fayetteville, NC.

 

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