MORAVIAN FALLS – A dramatic comeback by the Ashe County Huskies clinched a third straight Mountain Valley Conference Championship on Tuesday at Wilkes Central.
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MOUNT AIRY – Sophomore golfer Sarah Hardin has qualified for the 1A/2A NCHSAA State Golf Championship next week in Pinehurst.
For the third year in a row, the N.C. Wildlife Resources Commission has partnered with Neuse Sport Shop to create a wildlife diversity t-shirt that will debut at the agency's State Fair exhibit in Raleigh, Oct. 16-26.
WEST JEFFERSON – Connor Bowers tossed four touchdown passes and the Huskies added three more scores on the ground to remain undefeated, topping East Wilkes 48-14.
WEST JEFFERSON – The Huskies continued the charge to an undefeated Mountain Valley Athletic Conference season and most assuredly a high seed in the 2A state playoffs with a 9-0 win at home against East Wilkes on Thursday.
WEST JEFFERSON — The Elkin men and women accomplished the first goal they set before the start of summer by capturing their respective cross county titles at the Mountain Valley Athletic Conference meet at Ashe County High School...
The first step in postseason success started on a high note for the women's golf team, winning the Mountain Valley Conference Tournament and sweeping the top two MVAC season awards.
Five seniors were honored during Ashe's final game of the season on Tuesday at home against West Wilkes.
Wee Wolves BasketballRegistration is coming very soon for kindergarten, first and second grade boys and girls that want to take part in the Wee Wolves Basketball season.
The N.C. Wildlife Resources Commission's Home From The Hunt™ safety campaign is reminding hunters to follow blaze orange requirements and making safety recommendations to others who spend time outdoors.
Ashe County improved to 6-0 with a dominating performance over West Wilkes in Miller's Creek on Friday night.
Ashe County notched its 13th win in a row and remained unbeaten in conference play with a 4-3 victory over Starmount on Thursday.
Three Lady Husky tennis players captured conference titles in singles and doubles action on Wednesday in Elkin.
For the first time in Ashe County High School history, a golf team has finished off an undefeated conference season with the Mountain Valley Athletic Conference Championship.
Ashe County student Noah Gouge has been an avid trap shooter since the age of 10 and has been competing with some of the top shooters in the nation over this past year.
After beating Alleghany 9-0 and moving into the top 15 in the 2A soccer rankings, the Huskies backed that ranking up with a 9-0 win at over Elkin on a soggy Monday evening.
The Huskies needed a fourth quarter rally to get by Wilkes Central, 28-21, to improve to 2-0 in the Mountain Valley Athletic Conference.
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Connor Bowers threw five touchdown passes and the Huskies remained unbeaten on the season with a 56-25 win over Wilkes Central on Saturday evening.
Hallie Brown and Maggie Witherspoon were honored before last Tuesday's match against Starmount in the final home regular season match of their careers.
The women's golf team remains unbeaten in Mountain Valley Conference play with yet another impressive victory.Ashe cruised to an 18-stroke victory over the rest of the field at Mountain Aire Golf Course last Wednesday.
It took overtime before either team put points up on the scoreboard and it would be Ashe that came away with the 7-0 victory.A true defensive struggle ensued through four quarters of play.
For the Huskies, it has been nothing but check marks in the win column over the past month. Ashe has not lost since Aug. 25, a game they played without its top two leading scorers.
Tough times continue for the varsity volleyball team as they dropped three more Mountain Valley Conference matches.West Wilkes 3, Ashe 0