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L-R And Carson-Newman Softball Doubleheader Moved To Sunday

he Lenoir-Rhyne Softball road doubleheader with Carson-Newman has moved moved to Sunday. The two teams will play at the Lady Eagle Complex beginning at 1:00 p.m.

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Saturday's Barton/Lees-McRae DH Rescheduled

Saturday's scheduled Conference Carolinas doubleheader between Barton College and Lees-McRae College has been rescheduled due to inclement weather, announced Bobcat Director of Athletics Craig McPhail. A makeup date is still to be determined. The Bobcats' scheduled twin-bill against Coker College on

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Pioneers Rally Late Against Panthers

The Watauga High baseball team battled back from a four-run, first-inning deficit and defeated Hibriten 11-5 Friday night in a Northwestern 3A/4A Conference game in Boone. The win also gives WHS (5-4 overall; 3-2 NW3A/4A) sole possession of third place in the league standings. Hickory, which began the night in a 

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Pioneers Lead Wachovia Conference Cup Standings

Watauga High sits atop the Northwestern 3A/4A Conference standings in the Wachovia Conference Cup race following the winter sports season. The Pioneers, followinmg a second-place finish in men’s swimming and solid performance in women’s swimming (which produced three state qualifiers), and a state champion

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WHS Softball Wins Third Straight

The Watauga High softball team defeated Hibriten 15-11 Friday night in a Northwestern 3A/4A Conference game at the Sports Complex. The Pioneers (6-4 overall; 3-2 NW3A/4A), who have won three in a row and six of their last seven games, blew an early 4-0 lead, fell behind 10-9, and following a 45-minute

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ASU Suffers First SoCon Loss

A 5-for-5 performance by Daniel Kassouf (Lexington, N.C./North Davidson) was not enough to overcome three crucial errors and seven walks in Appalachian State University baseball’s 10-8 loss to Elon on Friday evening at Latham Park. Appalachian (17-4, 6-1 SoCon) suffered its first Southern Conference setback of the seasonand fell

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No.5 Catawba Takes 5-3 Win Over Bears

The fifth-ranked Catawba College Baseball Team (24-7, 15-1) opened a South Atlantic Conference weekend series with a 5-3 win over Lenoir-Rhyne University (9-24, 5-11) Friday night at Bears Field. The start of the game was delayed over two hours because of rain. Catawba's Ross Whitley (Mooresville, N.C.) (5-2) allowed just one run

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Tampa Holds On To Defeat Lenoir-Rhyne

The Tampa Men's Lacrosse Team (9-3, 6-0) withstood a late rally to defeat Lenoir-Rhyne (2-9, 0-6), 11-10, and remain undefeated in Deep South Lacrosse play Friday night at Pepin Stadium. Greg Griffo (Babylon, N.Y.), A.J. DeSimone (Utica, N.Y.) and Ryan Becker (Tampa, Fla.) all scored twice for the Spartans, who

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Trojans Surge Past Bobcats, 3-1

The Mount Olive College men’s volleyball team posted a hitting percentage of .446, and won the first two sets en route to a 3-1 win over Lees-McRae College in Conference Carolinas play on Friday night in Williams Gymnasium. Mount Olive (13-12, 5-2 CC) won the match by scores of 25-23, 25-23, 20-25, and 25-22, hitting

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ASU Men's Tennis Suspended

Appalachian State University men's tennis leads Southern Conference opponent Georgia Southern, 1-0, at the suspension of play due to inclement weather on Friday. Appalachian started the match by sweeping all three doubles matches

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Pioneers Remain Unblemished

The Watauga High men's tennis team defeated Fred T. Foard 9-0 Thursday night in a Northwestern 3A/4A Conference match in Newton, N.C. Michael Smith, Harrison Battle, Landon Taylor, Chris Ludwig, Aaron Evans

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No.4 Rollins Cools Off Bears

The fourth-ranked Rollins Women's Lacrosse Team (10-0) remained perfect on the season with a 21-8 victory over Lenoir-Rhyne (8-3) Thursday at Cahall-Sandspur Field and Barker Family Stadium. The setback

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Mountaineers Fall to Virginia in SWeet 16

Appalachian State University women’s basketball saw its season come to an end in the place it began with a 74-58 loss to Virginia in the Sweet 16 of the 2012 Women’s National Invitation Tournament on

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Scrimmage Caps Second Week of Spring Practice

Appalachian State University football wrapped up its second week of spring practice with an intrasquad scrimmage on Thursday afternoon at Kidd Brewer Stadium. The 90-minute scrimmage was the first conducted in full pads this spring and primarily featured work on specific situations

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Apps Fall In Extras At Radford

Appalachian State University softball dropped a 6-5 decision to Radford in eight innings on Thursday at Radford University Softball Field. The Mountaineers fell to 12-13 on the season and 0-2 in extra-inning contests as the Highlanders improve to 14-8 and 11-6 all-time against the Apps. The Highlanders struck first

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UPDATED: Pioneers Announce Schedule Change

Watauga High baseball coach Pete Hardee has announced that the Pioneers have cancelled their game with Ashe County next Saturday, March 31. Instead, the Pioneers will host Ardrey Kell at WHS Field that day. It will be a varsity game only beginning at 2 p.m. It will also be Ardrey Kell's

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Bobcats Pick Up First Win

The Lees-McRae College women's tennis team picked up its first win of the Conference Carolinas season on Wednesday, edging King College by a 4-3 margin. Lees-McRae's (1-7, 1-4 CC) tandem of Lyndsay Peagram (Greensboro, N.C.) and Samantha Wohlers

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Tornado Slips By Bobcats, 5-4

The King College men's tennis team won two of three doubles matches and split singles play on Wednesday afternoon to edge Lees-McRae College by a 5-4 margin in Conference Carolinas action.
Lees-McRae's (1-9, 1-4 CC) duo of Alexander Hayes

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Trivette Signs With Brevard

Clint Trivette is a man of few words, but at the same time, he isn't one, who will shy away from hard work and responsibilty. Just ask Watauga High football coach Tim Pruitt, who had the pleasure of coaching him the last four years.
"He did whatever we asked him to do," Pruitt said. "He's that kind of guy. He was our backup punter, and he played defense for us when we

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