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Four outstanding individuals from the world of high school officiating will be honored with an award for lifetime achievement. William Covington of High Point, Dan Dougherty of Jacksonville, Jack Huss of Rutherfordton and Neil Buie of Stedmen are the recipients of the sixth annual Golden Whistle Merit Award, created in a partnership among the North Carolina High School

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An event that has become a highlight of the North Carolina High School Athletic Association year is scheduled for Saturday. The annual NCHSAA Hall of Fame banquet and induction ceremonies are set for the Friday Center of the University of North Carolina in Chapel Hill,

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ASU Women's Tennis Edged by Charlotte

In the team's final match on its home courts, Appalachian State University women's tennis fell to non-conference opponent Charlotte, 3-4, at Yonahlossee Racquet Club on Tuesday. The Mountaineers (12-9) suffer their first loss of the season at the Yonahlossee facility, while

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Lees-McRae To Host Junior Development Camp, May 24-28

The Lees-McRae College cycling team will host a five-day junior road development camp from May 24-28 this summer, announced head cycling coach Luke Winger Tuesday. The camp will be geared towards riders aged 15 to 18 that have competed in at least five races. Campers

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Winston-Salem State Takes Two From Bears

The Winston-Salem State Baseball Team (29-16) swept a doubleheader from Lenoir-Rhyne (12-33), 13-9 and 9-8, Tuesday afternoon at Bears Field. The nightcap was extended to eight innings as the Rams prevailed. In the opener, trailing 6-3, the Rams took control with an

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Atkins Named SAC Softball Player Of Week

Lenoir-Rhyne's Sarah Atkins has been named the South Atlantic Conference Softball Player Of The Week, league officials announced today. Atkins wins the award for the second time this year. Atkins, a senior catcher from Newport News, Va., batted .667 (six-for-nine) with a home run

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ASU Men’s Golf 13th at Coca-Cola Invitational

Appalachian State University men’s golf carded a 296-293-303=892 (+28) to place 13th at the Coca-Cola Wofford Invitational on Monday and Tuesday at the Country Club of Spartanburg. The Mountaineers were led by Darren Cook, who carded a 70-70-79=219 (+3) to place 25th

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Humblet Named SoCon Tennis Player of Week

For the second time this season, Appalachian State University men's tennis player Alain Humblet (Montreal, Quebec/DE Mortagne) has been named the Southern Conference Men's Tennis Player of the Week. For the week of April 2-8, Humblet posted a 3-0 record in both

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Mountaineers Slip at Gardner-Webb

Appalachian State University baseball committed a season-high five errors and managed just seven hits in a 6-3 defeat at Gardner-Webb on Tuesday evening. The setback gave Appalachian (24-7) back-to-back losses for the first time this season. Gardner-Webb (18-16) added to its impressive

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Bears, Thackerson Win Aramark Intercollegiate

The L-R Women's Golf Team shot a 701 (+125) to win the Aramark Intercollegiate which concluded Tuesday at the Etowah Valley Golf & Country Club. In addition, L-R senior Katie Thackerson (Earl, N.C.) was the top individual for the tournament after shooting a 158 (+14).

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UPDATED: Proffitt Powers Pioneers Past Spartans

Matt Proffitt did his best impersonation of "Super Man" on Tuesday afternoon. The Watauga High senior cut down a runner at the plate, he blasted a two-run homer that highlighted a five-run third inning, and he struck out Alex Emerick with the bases loaded in the top of the seventh as the Pioneers bounced back from

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Pioneers Fall Short

It just wasn't meant to be. No matter what you do in life some times, things just don't go your way. Well, that was the story Monday afternoon as the Watauga High baseball team suffered its second one-run loss in

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'Dads race by Drive, 4-3

Chris Grayson belted a three-run home run in the top of the eighth inning to propel the Hickory Crawdads to the 4-3 win against the Greenville Drive, before 3,689 fans at Fluor Field on Monday night. The 'Dads (4-1)

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Walkley Earns All-Academic Honors

Lees-McRae College senior Edmund Walkley has been named to the Conference Carolinas Men's Volleyball Academic all-Conference team for the first time in his career, announced league officials Monday. Mount Olive

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Thackerson Leads Aramark Intercollegiate

Lenoir-Rhyne senior Katie Thackerson (Earl, N.C.) shot an 80 (+8) to lead after the first round Monday of the Aramark Women's Golf Intercollegiate at the Etowah Valley Golf and Country Club. As a team, L-R

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ASU Women's Tennis Sweeps Wofford in SoCon Finale

Closing conference play with a 5-5 record, Appalachian State University women's tennis swept Wofford, 7-0, in the team's final Southern Conference match of the season at Reeves Tennis Center on Monday.  With the win,

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ASU Climbs in National Polls

Appalachian State University baseball achieved its highest national ranking in program history on Monday when the National Collegiate Baseball Writers Association (NCBWA) tabbed the Mountaineers

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Cougars Salvage Series Finale Against ASU

After managing just 11 hits against Appalachian State University pitching over the first two games of this weekend’s series, College of Charleston exploded for 13 hits on Sunday to salvage an 8-3 victory in the series

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Intimidators Nip Crawdads

The Kannapolis Intimidators plated three runs in the bottom of the ninth inning to avoid being swept by the Hickory Crawdads with a 12-11 walk-off win at CMC-NorthEast Stadium in Kannapolis Sunday night. The Intimidators

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