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HICKORY — Going into the final stretch of the regular season, the Watauga boys’ soccer team went into the match at rival Hickory on Thursday, Oct. 17, seeking to remain in first place in the Northwestern Conference.

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BOONE — Due to the opponent for Watauga High School’s girls’ tennis team in the first round of the state playoffs not being able to make the trip for a postponed date, the Pioneers are advancing to the second round of the NCHSAA 3A state playoffs.

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GRAY, Tenn. — The Watauga boys’ cross-country team had three runners finish in the top seven of the boys’ varsity 47th annual Trailblazer Invitational hosted by Daniel Boone High School.

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Watauga quarterback Anderson Castle and volleyball player Brooke Byrd have been a part of many victories on courts and playing fields for the Pioneers.

Local Sports

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Watauga quarterback Anderson Castle and volleyball player Brooke Byrd have been a part of many victories on courts and playing fields for the Pioneers.

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BOONE — The Watauga volleyball team had no trouble with visiting Ashe County by taking a 25-7, 25-10, 25-8 victory over the Huskies at Lentz-Eggers Gym.

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TAYLORSVILLE — Watauga’s football team already put Alexander Central in a hole that would be difficult to climb out by scoring three unanswered touchdowns in the first half.

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BOONE — The recent heat wave that has hit neighboring counties off the mountain has benefitted the Watauga middle school football team with extra home games added to its schedule.

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BOONE — The Watauga girls’ tennis team captured the Northwestern Conference championship with an 8-1 victory over South Caldwell in a match held at Watauga’s courts Oct. 2.

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MORGANTON — The Watauga volleyball team swept past host Freedom 25-8, 25-12 and 25-10 in a Northwestern Conference match held at Freedom High on Oct. 2.

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BOONE — Collin Anderson was the only runner to finish faster than 13 minutes in the middle school division of the cross-country event held at Watauga’s course, located behind Watauga High School Oct. 2.

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BOONE — The Watauga middle school boys’ soccer team continued its winning ways during its second season in existence with a dominant 7-0 victory over border rival Avery on Oct. 2 at Jack Groce Stadium.

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BOONE — The Watauga girls’ middle school cross-country team captured a victory in the High Country Cross-Country Classic held at the Watauga High School course on Sept. 29.

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BOONE — Some Watauga girls’ tennis players who don’t get a chance to see court time got that chance when Ashe County made the trip to Watauga High School Sept. 30.

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BOONE — The Watauga volleyball team continued its rampage through the Northwestern Conference with a sweep over McDowell at Lentz-Eggers Gym on Sept. 30.

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BOONE — Even a Watauga fumble returned for a South Caldwell touchdown could only put a small dent in the runaway train the Pioneers rode at Jack Groce Stadium Sept. 27.

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BOONE — The Watauga volleyball team seized sole possession of first place in the Northwestern Conference with a 25-16, 25-17 and 25-15 victory over visiting Hickory at Lentz-Eggers Gym.

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Wofford’s football program made sure on Sept. 21 that no other football player who dons a uniform for the Terriers will wear No. 7.

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BOONE — The Watauga football team watched helplessly when two-time All-Northwestern Conference running back Bryce Satterfield was helped off the field in the Pioneers’ Sept. 13 game because of two torn knee ligaments.

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BOONE — Watauga running back Bryce Satterfield and Watauga head football coach Ryan Habich got the official word on the extent of Satterfield’s knee. The news was not good.

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TAYLORSVILLE — Watauga volleyball coach Kris Hagaman had a little surprise for her players following the visiting Pioneers’ 25-11, 25-12, 25-19 win over Alexander Central on Sept. 18 at Alexander High School.

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TAYLORSVILLE — The Watauga boys’ soccer team scored three goals in the first half of its game at Alexander Central and held on to take a 3-1 Northwestern Conference victory.

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BOONE — Parkway’s middle school volleyball team claimed victories over Hardin Park and over host Green Valley in a tri-match held at Green Valley School on Sept. 17.

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BOONE — Watauga football coach Ryan Habich said that Pioneers running back Bryce Satterfield will be out of action “indefinitely” after the senior back injured his knee against Wilkes Central at Jack Groce Stadium Sept. 13.

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