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WWAY's Tuesday night sports - January 21

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videoTuesday night is typically a full night for high school hoops, but that wasn't the case tonight. We still managed to find some basketball action though. UNCW is proud to announce senior Rafael Aita made the roster for his native country for the Davis Cup. Aita will play for Peru in the upcoming Davis Cup. Plus more! Full story...
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WWAY's Tuesday night sports - November 19

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videoOn Tuesday we made the trip to Tabor City to get reaction from South Columbus football coach Jake Fonvielle on an NCHSAA ruling that puts an end to the season for the Stallions. On Tuesday we had highlights from three different high school basketball games, plus hoops from Cape Fear Community College and more! Full story...
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WWAY's Thursday night sports - November 7

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videoBuzz Peterson's UNCW basketball squad opens the regular season this weekend with two games in Iowa. Cape Fear Community College will host the annual Cape Fear Classic this weekend in downtown Wilmington in men's college basketball action. We have a complete preview of the final night of play for the 2013 regular season for high school football. Plus more. Full story...
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WWAY's Sunday night sports - November 3

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videoOn Sunday UNCW continued its domination in exhibition games with its 26th consecutive preseason victory following an easy 92-51 decision over NCAA Division III Methodist Sunday at Trask Coliseum. The UNCW volleyball team also won. We had highlights from both of those games on WWAY. The Cape Fear Community College women's soccer team captured the Region X title on Sunday. The Carolina Panthers were victorious. Week 11 of the high school football season will wrap up on Monday. Plus more! Full story...
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WWAY's Monday night sports - October 21

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videoTrot Nixon is pumped up about the return of the Boston Red Sox to the World Series. We get Trot's spin on our Monday sports. We talk with DaQuan Barnes too. The former New Hanover Wildcat is loading up on playing time for the ECU Pirates in football. A Wilmington tennis team wins a national title. We have a Big Shots basketball recruiting update from Laney. Plus more! Full story...
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WWAY's Friday night sports - October 18

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videoWeek nine of the high school football season is complete. We had highlights on the 5th Quarter from Whiteville-West Columbus, East Bladen-Trask, Hoggard-Ashley, New Hanover-Laney, West Brunswick-Topsail, South Columbus-East Columbus and North Brunswick-Croatan. Full story...
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WWAY's Sunday night sports - October 13

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videoThe Carolina Panthers played their best road game of the season on Sunday against the Minnesota Vikings. With a 2-3 record the Panthers are in sole possession of second place in the NFC South. WWAY's Trot Nixon compares this year's Boston Red Sox squad to the 2004 champs. The Sox won in comeback fashion on Sunday. Plus more! Full story...
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WWAY's Friday night sports - October 11

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videoWeek eight of the 2013 high school football season is now complete. We had highlights on the 5th Quarter from West Bladen-Trask, East Bladen-Pender, New Hanover-Ashley, Laney-Topsail, West Brunswick-South Brunswick and SW Onslow-North Brunswick. Full story...
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WWAY's Sunday night sports - September 22

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videoThe Carolina Panthers picked up their first victory of the season on Sunday in Charlotte against the New York Giants. The Panthers sacked New York quarterback Eli Manning seven times during a 38-0 shutout win. College football returned to the Port City this weekend. Plus more! Full story...
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WWAY's Friday night sports - September 20

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videoWeek five of the high school football season is complete. We had highlights on the 5th Quarter from Hoggard-Lumberton, Scotland County-New Hanover, New Bern-Laney, Jacksonville-Topsail, North Brunswick-West Brunswick, South Columbus-South Brunswick and East Bladen-East Columbus. Full story...
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