The Watauga Amateur Radio Club participated in one of the biggest yearly events in the world of ham radio on June 24 and 25.The WARC went from 2 p.m. Saturday to 2 p.m. Sunday taking part in its annual Field Day as part of the American Radio Relay League.
BOONE — In the final weekend of the 12-under division of the Will Dicus Memorial Tournament, the Watauga 12-under All-Star team was able to take Hudson to the full six innings, but couldn’t muster the firepower to keep up and lost 8-1 on June 18.The game was played on the big field at Rucker-Shuford Fields at Optimist Park.Hudson took a two-run lead at the top of the first inning, and kept it for the first two innings of the game.
BOONE —The Watauga Equip 12-under baseball team walked away champions of the first weekend of the 12-under bracket of the Will Dicus Memorial Tournament after a 13-1 mercy rule win over the Yancey County Sluggers on June 11.The game, played at Rucker-Shuford Field at Optimist Park, ended in the fourth inning because of the 12-run mercy rule used after four innings.It was the third victory over the weekend for Equip, which won two games on June 10.
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