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Here is a rundown of the middle school football games played last week. GBR want to thank Stephen Poulos of the Watauga County Parks & Recreation Department for providing us with these updates.

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L-R Softball Sweep North Carolina, UNC-Pembroke To Finish Fall Season

The Lenoir-Rhyne Softball Team finished its 2012 fall season with victories over North Carolina (9-1) and UNC Pembroke (10-0) on Sunday in the Ray Chandler Memorial Tournament at the Walnut Creek Softball Complex.

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Martin Named SoCon Player of Week for Sixth Time

For the sixth time in his illustrious career, Appalachian State University punter/kicker Sam Martin (Fayetteville, Ga./Starr’s Mill) has been named the Southern Conference Special Teams Player of the Week for his performance in Saturday’s come-from-behind victory at Samford. Full Story

Pioneer Tennis With Page Tuesday At 4:30 p.m.

The North Carolina High School Athletics Association Dual Team State Playoff field for women's tennis has been released. And the Watauga High tennis

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EWU No.1, Mountaineers No.11, FCS Poll

Eastern Washington is the new No.1 in the FCS Coaches Poll after defeating then-No.2 Montana State, 27-24. The Eagles received 11 first-place votes and tallied 615 total points to take over the top spot.  The Eagles used a blocked punt recovered for a touchdown Full Story

Martin Named SoCon Specialist Of Week

The Southern Conference named its football players of the week today for games played Saturday, Oct. 13. Georgia Southern’s Dominique Swope has been named the Offensive Player Full Story

Bumgarner Roughed Up In NLCS Opener

If Madison Bumgarner has a weakness, its without question, giving up the home run ball. Bumgarner, who served up 23 home runs this season, coughed up two more Sunday night in game one of

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ASU Field Hockey Blanks Ball State

Appalachian State University field hockey team picked up its third win of the 2012 season, defeating Ball State, 2-0 this afternoon. The first half of play remained scoreless, as neither team was able to

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Furman Blanks Mountaineers

Appalachian State women’s soccer was held scoreless for the first time since its season opener against Clemson, falling 1-0 to Furman Sunday afternoon at Stone Soccer Stadium. The loss drops

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Eagles Knock Off Terriers

In a defensive battle, No.5 Wofford football fell 17-9 to No.7 Georgia Southern on Saturday evening at Paulson Stadium. Both teams kept the ball on the ground, as the Eagles had 265 rushing yards to 221 for the Terriers. The Terriers are

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Carolina Holds On To Top Miami

Two years ago, a first quarter red-zone turnover cost North Carolina seven points and the early momentum in a 33-10 road loss at Miami. Saturday at Sun Life Stadium, Carolina weathered a similar miscue and rode tailback Giovani

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Vols Fall to No. 19 Mississipp​i State

For the first 30 minutes in Davis Wade Stadium, No. 19 Mississippi State was in control. For most of the second half, Tennessee moved into the driver's seat. But the Vols were on the wrong end of a big turnover -- and an even

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WHS Volleyball Drops Two At NWG

The Watauga High volleyball team continued its rollar coaster ride Saturday afternoon. The Pioneers (14-11) dropped a pair of games at the Northwest Guilford tri-match. The Pioneers, who haven't lost this many games in a season

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Bears Run By Tusculum On Homecoming

The Lenoir-Rhyne Football Team (4-2, 2-1) rolled up a season-high 640 yards of total offense including 569 on the ground in a dominating, 51-6 victory over Tusculum (2-5, 1-2) Saturday afternoon in front of 7,981 fans on Homecoming

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ASU Men's Soccer Ties Furman

Appalachian State University men’s soccer grabbed a 1-0 lead in the second half, but was unable to keep the shutout, settling for a 1-1 draw with Furman Saturday night at Stone Soccer Stadium. The Mountaineers find their third draw of

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ASU Volleyball Falls to Furman in Three Sets

Dalton Tolliver (Ortonville, Mich./Notre Dame Prep) tallied a match-high 16 kills, but it was not enough as Appalachian State University volleyball suffered a 3-0 loss to Furman on Saturday at Alley Gymnasium. The Mountaineers (5-17, 1-7 SoCon)

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No.20 L-R Women's Soccer Blanks Carson-Newman

The Lenoir-Rhyne University Women's Soccer Team (11-1, 7-0) stayed atop the South Atlantic Conference standings with a 2-0 victory over Carson-Newman (2-10-1, 0-6-1) Saturday evening at the Moretz Sports - Athletic Complex. The

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Erskine Tops Bobcats

The Erskine College women's volleyball team recorded 11 service aces and held Lees-McRae College to a .186 hitting percentage en route to a 3-1 win in Conference Carolinas play on Saturday afternoon. Erskine (12-8, 10-2 CC) won

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Hamilton Leads Apps at NCAA Pre-Nationals

Appalachian State University women’s cross country competed against the toughest competition they have seen this year at the NCAA Pre-Nationals meet at E.P. “Tom Sawyer State Park in Louisville, Ky. Senior Amanda Hamilton set the

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