Titans roll by WHS
MARION — Watauga’s softball team scored one run on just four hits and committed three errors in its 6-1 loss to McDowell Tuesday night.
ETSU trips up App State
JOHNSON CITY, Tenn. — Appalachian State’s bats weren’t completely silent Wednesday night. They only stopped working when runners got on base.
Pioneers settle for 0-0 with MHS
MARION — Watauga, after two regulation and two overtime periods, left McDowell the same way it arrived.
Camp Speed offer unique look at sports
All across the country, there are camps to make athletes better. Some make them stronger. Others make them faster. Still others, make them better football, basketball, baseball or soccer players.
April 16, 2008
Link named Watauga athletic director
The Watauga County Board of Education made it official Monday night by hiring Jeff Link as the county’s new athletics director.
ASU takes on ETSU
No doubt, it’s been a frustrating Southern Conference season for Appalachian State. However, winning two out of three from Georgia Southern gave the Mountaineers a lift going into their game Wednesday at East Tennessee State.
Boyd repeats honor
SPARTANBURG, S.C. — Appalachian State freshman softball player Katie Boyd earned her second SoCon player of the week honor after her impressive performances against ETSU and Furman this week.
April 14, 2008
ASU claims series
STATESBORO, Ga. — Solid pitching and clutch hitting powered Appalachian State to its first Southern Conference series win of the season with a 5-3 victory Sunday at Georgia Southern.
Pioneers thump Patriots
MORGANTON — Watauga’s offense showed up in a big way Friday in the Pioneers’ 10-2 thumping of Freedom in a Northwestern 4-A Conference showdown.
Pitching is solid but who will catch?
MORGANTON — Watauga’s pitching has been pretty solid lately.
Pioneers blank Freedom 3-0
Watauga’s girls’ soccer team rolled to another shutout victory Friday night, beating the Freedom Patriots 3-0.
Salzano takes third at major track event
RICHLAND, S.C. — Watauga’s Matthew Salzano finished third in the shot put at the highly competitive Taco Bell Track and Field Classic Saturday at Spring Valley High in South Carolina.
Area sports roundup: Pioneers blank Titans 9-0
Watauga’s boys’ tennis team continued its stampede through the Northwestern 4-A Conference with a 9-0 victory over McDowell Friday.