Sports update: WHS girls' basketball game moved up
The WHS girls' basketball game against McDowell has been moved up to 5:15 p.m. today (Friday), rather than the previous start time of 6:30 p.m.
Wofford survives ASU rally
When Appalachian State was good Thursday night, it was very good. When the Mountaineers were bad, they were just bad enough to cost them a victory against Wofford.
App State hosts Furman
After seven straight losses, Furman finally won a game when it beat UNC Greensboro last Saturday. Appalachian State wants to make sure that doesn’t become habit-forming, at least this weekend.
SoCon honors ASU athletes
SPARTANBURG, S.C. — Appalachian State’s Melissa Morrison and Valorie Whiteside are two of 10 former Southern Conference student-athletes that have been selected as members of the inaugural class of the SoCon Hall of Fame, the league office announced Wednesday.
Freedom’s girls sweep Watauga
The last time Freedom played Watauga in girls’ basketball, the Patriots took a 21-point lead by the first quarter.
Bulldogs at ease at Holmes
Gardner-Webb’s women’s basketball team might want to rent the Holmes Center more often.
Freshmen cruise to easy win
CROSSNORE - Watauga’s freshman basketball team had four players score in double figures and went on to beat Crossnore School 82-52 Wednesday night.
Gaffney wins SoCon honor
SPARTANBURG, S.C. – Appalachian State track athlete Meg Gaffney was named this week’s Southern Conference Women’s Track and Field Athlete of the Week for all meets from Jan. 21-28, the league office announced Thursday.
ASU eyes chance to build on win
Since Appalachian State beat Wofford back on Dec. 6, the Terriers have made it a point to own the other North Division teams of the Southern Conference.
Spartans dump Pioneers
South Caldwell won six straight matches and pulled away from Watauga to take a 58-12 victory in wrestling last Friday night.
January 26, 2009
Pioneers lose two-point heartbreaker
During the first rotation of the Northwestern 4-A Conference schedule, Watauga struggled to be competitive in several of its five league losses.
Watauga gets second shot at Freedom
Watauga’s showdown with Freedom Tuesday night may be the biggest game the Pioneers have played in two years.
Surgery a success for ASU standout
Appalachian State quarterback Armanti Edwards had successful arthroscopic surgery on his right knee, Jan. 14, which he injured toward the end of last season.
Mountaineers hold off Catamounts
Enough was enough for Appalachian State Saturday. The Mountaineers, who had lost five straight going into their Southern Conference showdown with Western Carolina, got a career-high 31 points from guard Kellen Brand and beat the Catamounts 76-70 in front of 2,654 at the Holmes Center.
Appalachian Women blast Davidson
DAVIDSON — Appalachian State’s women’s basketball team took an early lead and never let up in its 77-57 win over Davidson Saturday at Belk Arena.