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Quarterback Troy Hoilman and the Avery High football team rolled to an easy win in their season opener Friday night; the App State wrestling team has six wrestlers, who are nationally ranked; Lees McRae has a solid showing in day one of the Conference Carolina's Swimming Championships; a Hall of Fame coach has passed away; area scores, more local and regional sports headlines can be heard by clicking on the links below....

Former Watauga High softball player Jada Wilson had a strong outing on Wednesday as Caldwell Tech remain undefeated; a member of the CVCC baseball team receives a national honor; the state playoffs resume tonight in high school basketball; the Watauga High junior varsity football team begins its season tonight at home. For more on these stories, and for more sports headlines, please click on the links below....

Caldwell Tech signee Charlotte Sherrill had a record-setting night in the opening-round of the state playoffs Tuesday night; a run down of tonight's state playoff games; the Lenior-Rhyne men's basketball team suffers another setback; the Tar Heels stumble again; it's a good night for the Western Carolina  men and women. For more on these stories, and for more sports headlines, please click on the links below....

BOONE, NC – ​ Are you interested in playing soccer but not quite ready to commit to travel soccer? High Country Soccer Association is accepting registrations for youth players ages U6 to U15 for the spring season. The U6, U8, and U10 Academy programs are designed to teach kids the fundamentals of soccer and prepare them for travel soccer. The U9-U15 Challenge programs are designed for kids who have aged out of Academy but are not ready to commit to travel soccer.