September 30, 2014
Sports
Nantahala falls to Andrews, wins two other matches
It has been a tough season to date, but Nantahala volleyball coach Jennifer Neal continues to notice improvement in her small but capable roster of players.
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Lady Wildcats turn the corner, win two of three
After struggling to find a grip against a string of tough conference opponents in Swain county and Rosman, the Lady Wildcats volleyball team was able to reach a high point in Little Smoky Mountain ...
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Wildcats get first win
When Jordan Rogers snatched the ball out of the air and headed down the sideline Friday night, an eruption of joy blasted out of the visiting stands.
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Nantahala River receives 6 new access areas
Getting in and out of the Nantahala River has gotten a little easier, and safer. Based on input gathered from stakeholders during a relicensing agreement by Duke Energy and the Federal Energy Regul...
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Swim team off to All-Star start
The Andrews youth swim team got its season started in All-Star fashion. Linsey Orr, Paige Lindley, Zackery Sheppard and Matthew Barton all qualified for the end-of-the season All-Star competition a...
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Praying and playing
The Andrews Recreation Park Church League is under way, offering competition as well as congregation for the softball teams and players. Before each game, teams gather around the pitcher’s circle f...
Jun 18, 2014 | 0 0 comments | 7 7 recommendations | email to a friend
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