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Trot Nixon looks ahead to round two of playoffs

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videoRound two for the high school football playoffs is just a few days away. In fact round two will feature a Hoggard-New Hanover rematch. WWAY's Trot Nixon provides his perspective on the local gridiron action. Full story...
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WWAY's Wednesday night sports - November 6

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videoWilmington's Derek Brunson was more than impressive on Wednesday at his UFC fight in Kentucky. Brunson won on a first round tap out. Laney and New Hanover both won soccer playoff games. We have loads of coverage from New Hanover's win. The UNCW men's soccer team won on Wednesday to secure a first round bye in the CAA Tournament. We had coverage from UNCW as well, plus a full fledged preview of Friday's Whiteville-South Columbus football game. Plus more! Full story...
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WWAY's Thursday night sports - October 31

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videoQuate McKinzie has transferred from Pender High to Harrells Christian Academy. McKinzie is a sophomore who's already on the radar of several college coaches. In Thursday night football Whiteville and Wallace-Rose Hill both won. We have a week 11 preview of Friday games. On a related note some schools will start football games early on Friday. Plus more! Full story...
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WWAY's Wednesday night sports - October 30

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videoChampions! Boston defeated St. Louis 6-1 on Wednesday night to win the World Series. It's the first fall classic title for Boston in their home ballpark in 95 years. Laney, Hoggard, Whiteville, South Brunswick and East Bladen won first round state playoff games in soccer on Wednesday. East Bladen is this week's football team of the week. The UNCW men's basketball team won by 50 in exhibition play o Wednesday. Plus more! Full story...
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Whiteville alum Tommy Greene moves on after injuries cut career short

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Tommy Greene is happy. Which doesn't sound like a remarkable statement until you consider that when he was just 26 years old, the big right-hander went 16-4 with a 3.42 ERA for an underdog Phillies team in 1993 that made it all the way to the World Series. He started 30 games that magical season. His future seemed unlimited. Full story...
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WWAY's Tuesday night sports - September 24

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videoOn Tuesday we provided yet another update on former South Columbus Stallion quarterback Pharoah McKever. On Tuesday Wilmington's Jay Ross was officially placed on the squad of the Buffalo Bills. We showcased UNCW men's soccer. Plus more! Full story...
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WWAY's Wednesday night sports - September 18

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videoOn Wednesday we checked in with NC State football coach Dave Doeren. NC State will host Clemson on Thursday. The Wolfpack will try to beat a top ten team at home for the third straight season. The New Hanover High football team is gearing up for powerhouse Scotland County. Our team of the week is Whiteville. Plus more! Full story...
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WWAY's Tuesday night sports - September 10

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videoWilmington's Jay Ross has been released by the Buffalo Bills in order for the team to add more defensive backs to the roster. The former New Hanover Wildcat football standout hopes to join another NFL team soon. WWAY featured high school soccer and volleyball on Tuesday. Plus more! Full story...
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Former Whiteville pitcher named tops in Orioles system

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videoA former Whiteville High School pitcher has won top honors in the Baltimore Orioles Minor League system. Full story...
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WWAY's Wednesday night sports - August 21

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videoIt's the next to last day for our "Two-A-Days". We featured Laney and Whiteville on Wednesday on WWAY. The East Carolina Pirates will be without two wide receivers this season. Two players were ruled ineligible for the season due to academic reasons. Former East Bladen Eagle Desmond Bryant continues to show generosity for the Eagle football program. Plus more! Full story...
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WWAY's Friday night sports - August 16

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videoThe high school football season is here. Despite the rain the BB&T Jamboree was played as scheduled at Legion Stadium in Wilmington on Friday night. Check out the first 5th Quarter of 2013. In baseball Wilmington Post 10 won their opening game at the American Legion World Series. Post 10 will face Louisiana on Saturday in a winner's bracket contest. Full story...
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WWAY's Friday night sports - May 10

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videoOn Friday we had state playoff action from Ashley, Hoggard, Whiteville and Cerro Gordo on WWAY. The biggest upset of the night took place in Whiteville where the defending 2-A state baseball champs lost to Clinton. Trask won the 1-A state title in track. On Friday the Wilmington Hammerheads dropped to 1-4 on the season. UNCW had an historic win in men's tennis. Seahawk Lori Beth Adams continues to tear up the golf course. Plus more! Full story...
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Woman charged with gun at Whiteville High School

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videoA woman is in jail after police says she showed up on a school campus armed. Whiteville Police Lt. Marc McGee says Michelle Walling had gotten into a car accident, left the scene and drove to Whiteville High School. The other driver involved in the crash followed her to Whiteville High, where they got into an argument. Full story...
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WWAY's Tuesday night sports - April 30

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videoOn Tuesday former Pender Patriot basketball standout Addison Spruill gave a verbal commitment to Buzz Peterson and the UNCW Seahawks. On Tuesday the UNCW men's tennis team found out their opponent for the upcoming NCAA men's tennis tournament. We had loads of high school action from Tuesday as well. Full story...
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WWAY's Thursday night sports - April 11

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videoOn Thursday we checked out baseball & softball action from Shallotte between West Brunswick and Whiteville. We had baseball and soccer from Wilmington. This showcased Ashley, Hoggard, Laney and New Hanover. Former UNCW women's head basketball coach Cynthia Cooper-Dyke is on the move. On Thursday she announced she's heading back to Southern Cal. Plus more! Full story...
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