Commentary: Will Dicus still impacts WHS nine
Winning games on Senior Night can be hit or miss. Often times, it’s held on the last home date of the season, so it all depends on who the opponent is.
Watauga powers through Freedom
The biggest concern Watauga coach Pete Hardee had Wednesday going into the Pioneers’ game with Freedom was a letdown.
Pioneers take two in meet
Watauga’s track and field teams got off to a fast start this season after sweeping McDowell and Avery Wednesday at Jack Groce Stadium.
Watauga needs extra inning to move past Ashe
Watauga’s softball team got an RBI single from Kara Tester in the bottom of the eighth inning and beat Ashe County 2-1 Tuesday night at the Carroll Complex.
Watauga settles for scoreless tie
HICKORY - Watauga had plenty of chances to score a goal, but neither the Pioneers nor St. Stephens could find the back of the net and the teams settled for a 0-0 tie Wednesday night.
No. 2 Tar Heels rally past Mountaineers
CHAPEL HILL - Just seven outs away from its first win over a nationally ranked opponent in 27 years, Appalachian State saw No. 2 North Carolina score five runs in the final two innings and fell, 9-8, on Tuesday afternoon at Boshamer Stadium.
March 11, 2009
Commentary: Tournament shaped up for Mocs exactly right
Chattanooga just beat College of Charleston 80-69 for the Southern Conference Tournament championship Monday night.
Pitching duel very possible
It seems that there is an endless supply of hard-throwing pitchers at South Caldwell.
WHS golfers take third
LENOIR - Watauga’s golf team placed third in a match last Thursday that the Pioneers were invited to attend at the last minute.
March 9, 2009
No cure for Curry
CHATTANOOGA, Tenn. - Davidson is tough enough to beat when All-American guard Stephen Curry scores his average of 28 points per game. When he scores one point less than his career high, the Wildcats are almost impossible for any Southern Conference team to stop.
Commentary: All-American guard steals the spotlight
CHATTANOOGA, Tenn. - A local restaurant offered free buffalo wings to any customer who bought an entree if Davidson’s Stephen Curry scored at least 25 points in a game.
Mocs bounce App State
CHATTANOOGA, Tenn. - The last time Chattanooga’s women’s basketball team failed to win the Southern Conference Tournament, the Mocs lost to a team that is no longer in the league.
ASU comeback sinks Paladins
CHATTANOOGA, Tenn. - It took a while for Appalachian State to get rolling. When the finally did, Mountaineers did, Furman was the team they rolled over.
Celorrio wins SoCon title
CHARLESTON, S.C. - Frank Celorrio stayed undefeated against Southern Conference opponents this season, defeating Chattanooga's Josh Statum 7-1 to win the Southern Conference Championship and the automatic berth to the NCAA Championships.
Big first half helps Mountaineers beat GSU
CHATTANOOGA, Tenn. - Appalachian State coach Houston Fancher became the first Southern Conference coach to use the cliché “survive and advance.”
Western sweeps Appalachian nine
CULLOWHEE - Appalachian State’s baseball team suffered a series of bad breaks in the final three innings to drop Sunday’s finale of a three-game Southern Conference series to Western Carolina, 4-3.