Both varsity and junior varsity squads improved to 2-0 on the season with victories at Alexander Central on Thursday.
Games start to count on Friday night when the Ashe County Huskies open the 2014 football season against North Surry.
Watauga has always been a tough opponent for the Huskies, particularly the recent Ashe teams that have had terrific seasons, but could never score that win over the rival Pioneers.
It wasn't the perfect start East Wilkes Coach Aaron Simmons might have hoped for, but there were plenty of positives to take out of Tuesday's suspended match with Ashe County.
It was a team effort that landed 13-year-old Victoria Navaroli a state record fish from a private pond in Creston.
The 2014 Frank M. James Memorial Golf Tournament held recently at Jefferson Landing brought in over $56,000 for money to be used by Ashe Memorial Hospital.
As students, staff and faculty get ready for another academic year at Appalachian State University, the school will have to start searching for a new athletics director.
The 14th annual Watauga-Ashe-Wilkes Golf Tournament will take place Thursday, Sept. 18, at Jefferson Landing in Jefferson, NC. The deadline to register is Aug. 30.
Mountaineer fans will pack Kidd-Brewer Stadium for the yearly visit to Fan Fest, hosted by the Appalachian State Football Program.
Ashe County's cross country runners will spend the next few weeks getting in shape and building up endurance before the season begins on Sept. 9.
Mountain Aire Golf Course will be the site of the Ashe County Women's Golf team's first match of the 2014 season. The season opener will take place on Thursday, Sept. 11.
The N.C. Wildlife Resources Commission's Home From The Hunt™ safety campaign is reminding hunters to be just as cautious with tree stands prior to deer season as they should while hunting.
Ashe County faces a stiff test right out of the gate in the tennis team's season opener at home against 4A powerhouse Watauga next Monday.The ladies will jump right into conference play on Tuesday, Aug. 19 at East Wilkes.
Assistant coach Daniel Waln and the rest of the Lees-McRae Bobcat coaching staff have officially inked five players for the upcoming basketball season.
The Lady Husky Volleyball program kicks off the 2014 season with a pair of scrimmages this week before the regular season begins on Aug. 19 with a match at Alexander Central.
The N.C. Wildlife Resources Commission will offer facilitated permit hunts for youth, 12 to 15 years old, during the upcoming hunting season.
The Ashe County Huskies will open its 2014 campaign against the rival Pioneers at home. The season opener is set for Aug. 18.
Two familiar faces around Ashe County High School will open up the 2014 Mountaineer basketball season on opposing sidelines.
The Queens of the Court Volleyball Camp at Ashe County High School saw 36 youngsters from first grade through sixth grade come out to enjoy a few days of volleyball during the summer. Varsity head coach Lindsey Williams and junior varsity head coach...
The North Carolina High School Athletic Association is initiating a new program that it hopes will be of great service to its member schools, especially to younger or new coaches.
For the first time in 27 years, the North Carolina Wildlife Commission has raised the fee for hunting, fishing and trapping licenses.The new fees went into effect on Friday.
The Ashe County Wildlife Club's annual shotgun sports tournament is on for Saturday, August 16, starting at 9:00 a.m. The Joe Young Memorial Shotgun Tournament will feature 50 shots of skeet and 50 shots of sporting clays. Individual entry fee...
The Appalachian State Women's Basketball Team already know who they will play during the 2014-15 season, which includes two non-conference games against former Southern Conference opponents and a trip to UNC-Chapel Hill.
The regular season has come to an end and the Ashe County Builders team wrapped up the regular season championship.Week 11 resultsW.J. Chevrolet (1) defeated Scott Brothers (-6)
Shooting has jumped from a hobby to a full-blown competitive desire for one Ashe teenager.Noah Gouge, who took up shooting at the age of 10 with his grandfather, has taken his passion and skill to a whole new level.