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Losing skid continues for Seahawks, Heels beat Wolfpack, East Bladen girls lose for first time

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It's a new school record. The losing streak for the UNCW men's basketball squad is now 11. Buzz Peterson's squad had the lead in the final minute of play, but the Seahawks fall short against Delaware. The UNC Tar Heel beat NC State in Chapel Hill on Saturday. In high school hoops the East Bladen girls are no longer undefeated. Laney won the conference title in wrestling. Plus more! Full story...
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WWAY's Monday night sports - January 27

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videoLaney High is the place to be in four more nights. Four jerseys will hang from the rafters, including a larger than life Michael Jordan uniform. A handful of high school basketball teams squeezed in games on Monday night prior to Tuesday's expected snow storm. Coach K and the Duke Blue Devils left Pittsburgh with a victory on Monday. The UNCW-Towson men's basketball game won't be played on Wednesday. Plus more! Full story...
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2014 ACC football schedule released

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The 2014 Atlantic Coast Conference football schedule released Wednesday is now complete. It features a nationally televised Thursday night game between Duke and North Carolina. NC State football players need to be at their best early. The Wolfpack opens league play with defending national champion Florida State followed by Clemson. 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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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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Tar Heels spoil Buzz's return to Chapel Hill

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videoIn a New Year's Eve showdown in Chapel Hill the North Carolina Tar Heels shot 62 percent in the second half against UNC Wilmington to claim their third straight triumph. UNC improves to 10-3 overall. UNCW drops to 6-9 after the Seahawks final non-conference game of the season. 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 Monday night sports - December 16

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videoOn Tuesday the Wilmington Christian Academy boys basketball team lost a heartbreaker in overtime. The UNCW women's basketball team lost to Wake Forest. UNCW head coach Adell Harris is a graduate of Wake Forest. 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 - September 12

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videoOn Thursday we had more than our fair share of high school sports. We had a full preview of week four gridiron action on the high school level. We checked out local high soccer and volleyball as well. The New England Patriots had more punts than first downs, but they still managed to hold off the New York Jets. Plus more! Full story...
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WWAY's Monday night sports - April 1

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videoOn Monday former UNCW basketball standout Mark Byington was officially named men's head basketball coach at Georgia Southern. UNCW named Rob Aycock the new director of the Seahawk Club. Former New Hanover slugger Jordan Betts was named the baseball player of the week in the ACC on Monday. Two former Wilmington Waves made their Bosox debut on Monday. Plus more! Full story...
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WWAY's Sunday sports - March 31

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videoOn Sunday we checked out this weekend's SE Elite 24 Classic at Brogden Hall. Two of Buzz Peterson's future players participated. Louisville ousted Duke at the NCAA Tournament. The UNCW baseball team won again. Plus more! Full story...
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WWAY's Friday night sports - March 29

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videoOn Friday the Harlem Globetrotters returned to Wilmington. Of course WWAY was there for all the sights, sounds and slams. Former UNCW basketball standout Mark Byington is a few days away from becoming a college head coach. The UNCW baseball team got back on the winning track on Friday. Plus more! Full story...
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WWAY's Monday night sports - March 25

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videoOn Monday the UNCW men's golf team captured the Seahawk Invitational. Seahawk junior Payne McLeod won the individual title by five strokes. The Ashley Spring Break Baseball Tournament is now underway. Ashley was the only local team to win on Monday. Plus more! Full story...
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WWAY's Sunday night sports - March 24

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videoThe basketball season concluded for the North Carolina Tar Heels on Sunday, but the season continues for Miami and Duke. The CAA is about to lose another member school. George Mason is expected to officially announce their plans to join the Atlantic 10 on Monday. After Monday there will only be three founding members of the CAA left: UNCW, James Madison and William & Mary. Plus more! Full story...
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