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WHS SWIMMING RESULTS.... (2016-12-14 19:18:25)

The Watauga High boy's and girl's swimming team competed in a tri-meet with South Caldwell and St. Stephens on Tuesday night....

 

GIRLS:

St. Stephens – 60, Watauga – 32
South Caldwell – 51, Watauga – 39

200 Free
2. Ella Campbell 2:16.14
5. Olivia Nickalw 2:39.53

50 Free
1. Ella Campbell 26.89
6. Gracie Watson 31.14
8. Montana Mills 33.10
11. Anna Selong 35.09
13. Linsday Hiatt 35.85
15. Emma Neely 38.98

100 Fly
1. Grace Temple 1:06.81

100 Free
2. Caroline Forsyth 58.37
12. Montana Mills 1:21.09
13. Anna Selong 1:22.36
14. Emma Neely 1:29.07

500 Free
4. Olivia Nicklaw 7:22.58
6. Lindsay Hiatt 8:31.41

200 Free Relay
2. Watauga 1:51.17
(Watson, Temple, Forsyth, Campbell)

100 Back
3. Grace Temple 1:13.14
4. Gracie Watson 1:17.51

100 Breast
1. Caroline Forsyth 1:11.66

400 Free Relay
2. Watauga 4:21.83
(Campbell, Watson, Temple, Forsyth)

BOYS:

St. Stephens – 60, Watauga – 26
South Caldwell – 57, Watauga – 30

50 Free
1. Reed Conner 24.27
5. Jordan Aparicio 26.27

100 Fly
2. Price St. Clair 1:01.69
3. Barrett Conner 1:03.79

100 Free
1. Reed Conner 53.38
5. Jordan Aparicio 1:01.84
7. Elias Norman 1:31.21

500 Free
3. Price St. Clair 5:44.52

200 Free Relay
1. Watauga 1:44.31
(B. Conner, St. Clair, Aparicio, R. Conner)

100 Back
3. Barrett Conner 1:07.79

400 Free Relay
3. Watauga 3:45.77
(St. Clair, B. Conner, Aparicio, R. Conner)

 

TUESDAY'S SCORES
BASKETBALL

GIRLS:
Watauga 47, Avery 44
Alleghany 48, Ashe County 41
North Iredell 52, Alexander Central 44
Newton-Conover 47, West Caldwell 39
McDowell 62, Fred T. Foard 41
North Wilkes 74, Wilkes Central 60
East Wilkes 64, West Wilkes 52

BOYS:
Avery 67, Watauga 48
Alleghany 64, Ashe County 52
Alexander Central 59, North Iredell 20
West Caldwell 76, Newton-Conover 50
McDowell 86, Fred T. Foard 68
Wilkes Central 57, North Wilkes 54
East Wilkes 54, West Wilkes 49

 

No. 21 App State Wrestling Hosts SoCon Foe Campbell

BOONE, N.C. — After a week off for finals and a much-needed rest from having four matches in six days prior, Appalachian State University wrestling returns to action for its last home match before the new year as it hosts Campbell on Wednesday, Dec. 13 at 7 p.m. in Varsity Gym.

The 21st-ranked Mountaineers (5-1, 1-0 Southern Conference) will be the first SoCon opponent for the Camels (3-2) this season and the first time in two years that Campbell has traveled to Boone – the Apps won that match 50-3.

Campbell is coming off of back-to-back tournaments (the Navy Classic and the Journeymen Tussle) after starting the season off with five-straight duals matches. The Camels’ biggest win of the season came in its season-opener when it downed West Virginia in Morgantown before defeating Ohio and falling to Pittsburgh in the same day. Campbell’s other loss came at American.

The Mountaineers continue to be hot in duals matches, winning nine of their last 11 dating back to last season and winning all but one of their SoCon matchups in the last two years.

Wednesday’s probable starters are:

No. 21 Appalachian State (5-1, 1-0 SoCon)
125: Vito Pasone (8-5)
133: Colby Smith (12-4)
141: Irvin Enriquez (7-8)
149: #15 Matt Zovistoski (10-4)
157: Gavin Londoff (7-7)
165: #23 Forrest Przybysz (11-5)
174: #18 Nick Kee (2-0)
184: David Peters-Logue (9-5)
197: Randall Diabe (9-7)
285: #8 Denzel Dejournette (8-4)

Campbell Camels (3-2, 0-0 SoCon)
125: #11 Nathan Kraisser
133: Jonathan Ryan OR Paul Ambrose
141: Joshua Heil
149: Luke Stewart OR Benjamin Barton
157: Austin Kraisser
165: Quentin Perez
174: Alexander Herringshaw
184: Ville Heino
197: Willie Bivens III
285: Jere Heino

The action begins at 7 p.m. on Wednesday in Varsity Gym with season tickets still available. Prices for adults will be $30/each and for youth fans (ages 3-12) $15/each. Individual match prices will be $7 for adults and $3 for youth except for the Feb. 5 match against Chattanooga, which will be $10 for adults and $3 for youth.

To purchase tickets, visit appstatesports.com/tickets, (828) 262-2079, or visit the Appalachian State athletics ticket office, located inside the Holmes Center. Tickets are also available at the door on matchday.

Carolina Ranked 4th In Final 2016 NSCAA Poll
 
North Carolina finished the 2016 season with a No. 4 ranking according to the final Top 25 poll released by the NSCAA on Tuesday.

North Carolina (14-3-4) receives its best final ranking since 2011 when the program was No. 1 following its NCAA Championship title that year.

The Tar Heels have finished inside the top-10 on eight occasions in the last nine seasons going back to the 2008 campaign. The eight appearances are tied with Maryland for the most top-10 finishes in that time frame.

Carolina reached the College Cup in 2016, and suffered a 10-9 penalty kick setback to eventual national champion Stanford in the semifinals. The match was played to a 0-0 draw through regulation and two overtime periods.

The Cardinal earned the No. 1 ranking, followed by College Cup participants Wake Forest and Denver in second and third, respectively.

The ACC dominated the Division I soccer landscape once again in 2016, placing eight teams among the top 14 ranked programs in the poll - Wake Forest (2), North Carolina (4), Clemson (5), Louisville (6), Virginia Tech (8), Syracuse (11), Virginia (13) and Notre Dame (14).



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