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October 14, 2005

Eagles can still run

Jayson Foster may be the fastest player to ever quarterback Georgia Southern. Whether he gets to play Saturday may be out of his hands.

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It’s that time again. It’s time for the annual “Try to score against A.C. Reynolds” game. But instead of just trying to put up offensive points on the visiting Rockets tonight, Watauga coach Adrian Snow has a crazy idea in his head.

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Appalachian women picked to finish 7th, 8th
SPARTANBURG, S.C. — Appalachian State’s women’s basketball team was picked seventh by the Southern Conference’s media and eighth by the league’s coaches at the Tip-Off event held Monday.

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Watauga blanks Titans
MARION — Watauga’s boys’ soccer team put forth a good effort at Freedom Monday, but in Wednesday’s 3-0 win over McDowell, it seemed like they left a bit of it on the bus until halftime.

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Bilas sends message of getting the most out of abilities
Jay Bilas has accomplished much in his life. His resume makes others look like we’ve been dogging it for all of our lives. An outstanding prep basketball player in California, Bilas signed a full scholarship to play for Duke back in the 1980s.
While at Duke, the Blue Devils won 37 games in his senior season and reached the NCAA finals.

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Mountaineer Madness invades Holmes Center
Mountaineer Madness returns to Appalachian State Friday night at 11 p.m.
Billed “Nightmare of Rivers Street,” the event takes place at the Homes Center. It was pushed back well after practices had started last year to accommodate students who were away.

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WINSTON-SALEM — Watauga’s cross country team brought its jayvee runners to Forsyth Day for a dual meet and won both the boys’ and girls’ races by slim margins.

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October 12, 2005

ASU men picked second in North

Appalachian State’s men’s basketball team was picked to finish second in the Southern Conference’s North Division by both the league’s coaches and media during the Southern Conference Tip-Off event held Monday in Spartanburg, S.C.

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Patriots avenge loss

MORGANTON — Watauga and Freedom proved once again that a one-goal match can be exciting as the Patriots recorded a 1-0 win Monday in Morganton.

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ASU quarterback earns SoCon honor

For the second time this season, Appalachian State quarterback Richie Williams was named the Southern Conference’s Offensive Player of the Week.

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A tough Brushy Mountain Golf Course took its toll on a Watauga girls’ golf team that was already in a hole after practicing very little due to the past week’s rain. The Pioneers still finished third, but struggled from the beginning Monday.

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October 10, 2005

Furman stops App State

GREENVILLE, S.C. — Few teams have suffered more frustrating losses to another team than Furman has to Appalachian State.

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GREENVILLE, S.C. — Finally, after three years of maddening football frustration, Furman got the final break against Appalachian State.

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The Appalachian State athletic department is still in mourning following the death of a field hockey player Saturday morning.

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Appalachian State bounced back from Friday’s heartbreaking loss to the College of Charleston to sweep The Citadel, 3-0 (30-20, 30-25, 30-23) Saturday at the Holmes Center.

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As he knelt down in the team huddle to talk to his players after beating Watauga 18-0 Friday in the muck and mud of rain-soaked Jack Groce Stadium, McDowell coach David Haynie heard a request from one of his players.

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Add another 149 rushing yards and three touchdowns to the total for Davon Gardner this season.

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