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WWAY's Wednesday night sports - July 24

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videoKeith Rendleman didn't hear his name called at last months's NBA Draft, but UNCW's all-time leading rebounder did hear his name called on Wednesday at the Korean Basketball League Draft. A former New Hanover Wildcat will have to sit out the upcoming football season at East Carolina. The Wilmington Sharks played more than nine innings on Wednesday. Plus more! Full story...
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WWAY's Monday night sports - July 22

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videoWWAY's Full Court Press co-host Brett Blizzard will be representing North Carolina in two more weeks at a showcase basketball game. Blizzard will be joined by several former ACC basketball standouts. Clemson is the consensus pick to finish first for ACC football this season. The ACC media selected the Tigers on Monday at the conclusion of ACC football media day. Plus more! Full story...
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WWAY's Sunday night sports - July 21

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videoThe Wilmington Hammerheads desperately needed a win on Sunday afternoon, but the Pittsburgh Riverhounds proved to be stingy hosts. The Riverheads edged the Hammerheads 2-1. At the British Open Phil Mickelson won in comeback fashion on Sunday at Muirfeld. Former Laney Buccaneer Tamera Young led Chicago in scoring over the weekend in a WNBA game against New York. Plus more! Full story...
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WWAY's Tuesday night sports - July 2

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videoAlex Rodriguez went hitless on Tuesday in two at-bats for the Charleston RiverDogs in his first game since left hip surgery in January. We showcased Alex's comeback on Tuesday's WWAY sports. Three players from the Wilmington Sharks have been named all-stars in the Coastal Plain League. There's going to be a fireworks show in Wilmington on Wednesday after the Wilmington Hammerheads soccer game. Plus more! Full story...
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WWAY's Monday night sports - July 1

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videoThe Atlantic Coast Conference's plan to expand, revealed in 2010 and modified along the way, has come to fruition. Pittsburgh, Syracuse and Notre Dame became members of the ACC on Monday, giving the conference 15 members. The CAA also welcomed a new member on Monday. The College of Charleston is now officially a member of the Colonial Athletic Association. College football is coming to Wilmington in September. Plus more! Full story...
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WWAY's Tuesday night sports - June 25

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videoFormer New Hanover basketball standout Kenny Gattison has been named as an assistant basketball coach for the Pheonix Suns. Gattison played for Phoenix from 1986-1989. Commissioner John Swofford put the ACC in the spotlight for a news conference at Yankee Stadium on Tuesday. The Wilmington Sharks dropped a close baseball game at home against Morehead City. Plus more! Full story...
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Tar Heels, Gamecocks to open in Charlotte in 2015

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North Carolina and South Carolina will meet to open the 2015 season in Charlotte's Bank of America Stadium. Full story...
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ACC sets bowl lineup for 2013 season

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The Atlantic Coast Conference has set its bowl lineup for its first season as a 14-team league. The league announced Monday that it will have eight guaranteed bowl slots and a conditional deal for a ninth bowl. Full story...
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WWAY's Thursday night sports - Jan. 17

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videoOn Thursday night the Ashley girls basketball team kept their perfect record in league play with a victory over New Bern. In fact the Ashley boys did the same. Check out our game action from the home of the Bears. The UNCW women's basketball team did not have the same type of success though. The Seahawks lost by 24 points at home against Old Dominion. Plus more! Full story...
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NC court upholds dismissal of McAdoo lawsuit

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A former Tar Heel football player won't get to take his lawsuit against the University of North Carolina to trial. The North Carolina Court of Appeals on Tuesday affirmed a lower court ruling that dismissed a lawsuit by Michael McAdoo in 2011. Full story...
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