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Cape Fear Community College

WWAY's Wednesday night sports - January 22

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videoOn Wednesday night the losing skid continued for the UNCW Seahawks and head coach Buzz Peterson. The Seahawks lost a heartbreaker on the road against the College of Charleston. Check out our game action. In high school hoops the East Bladen girls remained undefeated with a come from behind win over West Bladen. We had highlights from the East Bladen boys game too. It was a thriller. We checked out high school wrestling from Wilmington. Plus more ! Full story...
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WWAY's Monday night sports - January 20

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videoLess dunks than normal, but WWAY still attended the MLK Jamfest on Monday at Union High School in Sampson County. The event featured seven different basketball games on the same court on a day where students didn't have to attend school. In college men's hoops Cape Fear Community College and NC State both won, but the UNC Tar Heels did not. Plus more! Full story...
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Seahawks continue slide + more Saturday sports

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Duke & North Carolina both appear to be back on track in men's basketball, but that's not the case for Buzz Peterson's UNCW squad. The Seahawks squandered a 13 point halftime lead on Saturday. The losing skid for UNCW is now nine losses in a row. A handful of local high school squads played games on Saturday afternoon. Plus the season is now underway for the Wilmington Sea Dawgs! Full story...
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WWAY's Full Court Press - Jan. 17

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videoFriday's Full Court Press featured basketball action from Brunswick County, New Hanover County, Columbus County, Onslow County and Pender County. We also took an in-depth look at Monday's MLK Jamfest that will be held in Sampson County. Our play of the week on Friday night turned out to be a buzzer beater from an area player whose yet to reach high school. Full story...
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Weekend sports update

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The season is over for the Carolina Panthers. The San Francisco 49ers advance in the playoffs. WWAY's Chasity Melvin was honored in Cary on Saturday by the North Carolina High School Athletic Association for being of the best athletes in the state. Saturday was the first day Duke, North Carolina & NC State all lost on the same day since 1996 in men's basketball. Both UNC Wilmington basketball teams continued their losing streaks this weekend. Plus more! Full story...
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Students help WPD with Port City's cold cases

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videoIn more than two decades the trail of more than 30 murder cases have gone cold in the Port City. To bring public awareness to some of these cases, Wilmington Police have teamed up with Cape Fear Community College to create public service announcements. Full story...
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WWAY's Wednesday night sports - January 8

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videoNew Hanover graduate Kadeem Allen continues to tear it up on the junior college level. The future Arizona Wildcat scored 41 points on Wednesday to lead Hutchinson to yet another victory. The UNCW men's basketball team drops to 0-2 in the CAA after an overtime loss on the road against Northeastern. UNC is off to an 0-2 start in the ACC after a loss on Wednesday to Miami. Plus more! Full story...
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WWAY's Tuesday night sports - January 7

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videoOn Tuesday we had high school basketball highlights from Wilmington, Rocky Point, Leland and Boiling Spring Lakes on our sports segment. NC State, Duke and Cape Fear CC all won in college hoops. Plus more! Full story...
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Saturday sports update

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Buzz Peterson's basketball squad opened the conference schedule with a home loss on Saturday. James Madison edged UNCW at Trask Coliseum. The CFCC women's basketball team remains undefeated. The Cape Fear Academy Challenge concluded on Saturday. Former Laney swimmer Stephen Coetzer is back on top of the podium where he belongs! Full story...
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WWAY's Full Court Press - Dec. 20

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videoThe third Full Court Press of the season is in the books. On Friday the boys basketball team at Pender knocked off Laney. We had highlights and postgame reaction from Burgaw. We also showcased Whiteville-East Bladen, Ashley-Hillside and West Bladen-Wallace-Rose Hill on Friday's Full Court Press. Full story...
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WWAY's Thursday night sports - December 19

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videoOn Thursday we checked out three different college games. The Brunswick CC men beat Harford. Cape Fear CC lost to Wallace State and the UNCW women lost to Liberty in front of a record crowd at Trask Coliseum. We also had high school action involving Topsail, Trask, Union and West Brunswick. Plus more! Full story...
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WWAY's Thursday night spots - December 12

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videoOn Thursday night on WWAY we provided an extensive profile on the state champion Topsail High cheerleaders. They recently captured the state title in Raleigh. Trask High football coach Glenn Sellers has resigned. Trask baseball coach Jonathan Batts has resigned as well. Both will remain at Trask as teachers. Plus more! Full story...
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WWAY's Tuesday night sports - December 3

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videoBuzz Peterson's basketball team is on a bit of a roll. The UNCW Seahawks are now 6-5 on the season after a 19 point win over Campbell. We had four high school basketball games on WWAY on Tuesday. This includes an overtime affair from Laney and another impressive win by the Trask Titans. Plus more! Full story...
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WWAY's Tuesday night sports - November 26

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videoDespite a frosty 1-of-22 from three-point range the UNCW Seahawks managed to beat Campbellsville on Tuesday night at Trask Coliseum. Buzz Peterson's squad improves to 4-4 on the season. We also had high school basketball on Tuesday from Hampstead and Trask. 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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