Chattanooga traps ASU
CHATTANOOGA, Tenn. — Chattanooga has added a new dimension to its game this year. Appalachian State found out the hard way what it is.
Freedom’s rally catches Pioneers
With the game all but sealed up and Watauga’s boys’ basketball team sporting a seemingly insurmountable lead, suddenly the visiting Freedom boys went on a run to catch up and eventually claim a 43-40 victory in Lentz-Eggers Gym Tuesday night.
The other one that got away
The first meeting between Watauga’s girls’ basketball team and Freedom this season turned into “The one that got away” from the Pioneers.
ASU dunks cougars
It took Appalachian State seven years to do it, but the Mountaineers proved that they could beat College of Charleston in the regular season.
Pioneers take second at Robbinsville
ROBBINSVILLE — At their last tournament of the regular season Saturday, Watauga’s wrestling team showed its more competitive side as they finished second in Robbinsville with five champions, two runners-up and a third place finisher. Pisgah High won the overall team competition.
Inside game pays off
SAWMILLS — The last time they met, Watauga’s boys’ basketball team beat a South Caldwell team missing their inside presence, Louis Swaba. This time, with Swaba in the lineup, the Pioneers kept him in foul trouble and made him a virtual non-factor in a 74-55 rout of the Spartans in Sawmills Friday.
Watauga can’t keep up with SC’s Lackey
SAWMILLS — On South Caldwell coach Jeff Parham’s 40th birthday, the Spartan’s junior center Carlie Lakey gift-wrapped Watauga for her coach with a double-double by halftime en route to a 61-50 Spartan victory.
Swimmers hitting homestretch run
LENOIR — The home stretch begins for Watauga’s swim teams.
Veterans lift Pioneers past South Caldwell
On senior night Thursday, Watauga’s three senior wrestlers each won major decisions on their way to a 41-30 Pioneer victory over South Caldwell at Lentz-Eggers Gym.
Pioneers eye showdown with South Caldwell
A different team was seen on the mats in Watauga’s wrestling team’s last dual meet against Alexander last Friday night. They were a team refocused and reenergized after two tough road losses earlier that week.
Watauga’s young guns
After moving through the jayvee ranks with little or no competition, two Watauga wrestlers are adjusting to the varsity level and the challenges it presents them.
Swimmers finish out regular season
In their regular season finale, Watauga’s swim teams will take to the pool tonight at 6 p.m. at Lenoir Aquatic against host South Caldwell and A.C. Reynolds, two of the tougher teams in the Northwestern 4-A Conference.
WHS freshmen still unbeaten
Watauga’s freshman boys’ basketball team added to their unbeaten streak Saturday with a 52-40 win over visiting Ashe County. The freshmen are now 9-0.
Appalachian holds off Bucs;
Mountaineers win second straight game
Appalachian State did not want to go into tonight’s game with Chattanooga nursing a loss, particularly at home.
Back on track: Pioneers snap losing skid with win over Cougars
After dropping two tough Northwestern 4-A Conference dual meets on the road to start the week, Watauga’s wrestling team looked like a different team as they finished out the week with a home win over Alexander Central, 44-32.
Nesbitt scores 39 in win over Mountaineers
STATESBORO, Ga. — Elton Nesbitt made sure that Appalachian State’s two-game winning streak at Hanner Fieldhouse would end Saturday afternoon.
Just in time
The timing of Eboni Kirby's arrival to the Appalachian State women's basketball team could not have been better.
WHS swimmers show no mercy
In a most unusal meet, the Watauga swim teams split up to compete against each other in their only home meet on senior night Wednesday.
ASU eyes ending road woes
The good news for Appalachian State this Saturday at Georgia Southern is that the Mountaineers get a chance to snap their six-game road losing streak.