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CFCC to add women's basketball

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Cape Fear Community College's Schwartz Center will host a new basketball team in the near future. CFCC is adding a women's basketball team. Full story...
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Sea Dawgs fall to 0-3, open home schedule on Friday

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The Wilmington Sea Dawgs are winless after opening the season with three consecutive losses. The Dawgs play their home opener on Sunday at the Schwartz Center in downtown Wilmington. Full story...
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Wilmington Blizzard captures first hoops title

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The Wilmington Blizzard 16 and under basketball team is headed home with a championship trophy. They won the Big Shots Rock Hill title on Sunday afternoon. Full story...
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Hammerheads knock off FC New York

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4.279 soccer fans saw Wilmington beat FC New York on Saturday night at Legion Stadium. The Hammerheads are now 3-1 on the season. Wilmington's next game will be May 21st at home against Charleston. Full story...
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Ashley hurdler wins twice at 4-A state track meet

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Ashley's Stanley Broaden is now a state champ. In fact he was a double winner on Saturday in Greensboro. New Hanover's Shelby Howell also emerged a state champion. Full story...
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NC teen dies during football drills

A 16-year-old boy has died while exercising with his teammates on a football team for homeschooled children in North Carolina. Full story...

Ashley and Hoggard notch round one wins

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video The Hoggard baseball team won the Mideastern Conference, earning the one seed in the state playoffs. The Vikings hosted Cape Fear, a wild card out of the Mid-South Conference in round one. Ashley was the two seed, also earning a home game in round one. Full story...
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Tennnis sectionals serve up intense action

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Several tennis standouts from Wilmington participated in Friday's sectional tennis play. Did any of them advance to Saturday's championship? Did a Topsail tennis player steal their thunder on the 2-A level? Full story...
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3-A results from state track meet

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A South Brunswick student and a West Brunswick student both won events on Friday at the 3-A high school state championship track meet in Greensboro. In fact the West Brunswick student is a double state champion. Full story...
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UNCW falls in first round of NCAA tennis tourney

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The season is over for the UNC Wilmington men's tennis team. The Seahawks lost to Auburn on Friday afternoon in the first round of the NCAA men's tennis tournament. Full story...
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UNCW's Josh Brock leads team to NCAA Regional

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video If the UNC Wilmington men's golf team finishes in the top five at the NCAA Regionals next week in Virginia the Seahawks will punch a ticket to the NCAA Tournament in Oklahoma in early June. Full story...
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Hammerheads announce changes to schedule

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Three USL Pro teams from Puerto Rico have been removed from the league. Due to the removal the Wilmington Hammerheads schedule for 2011 has been altered. The good news for soccer teams is there will be just as many games as previously scheduled. Full story...
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Green Bay's Jay Ross shines in hoops title game

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Chad Tomko and Ahmad Grant didn't just get superb help on Wednesday night. The former UNCW Seahawk got help from a Super Bowl champion. In fact Green Bay defensive lineman Jay Ross did more than hold his own in the title game of the Blizzard adult basketball league on Wednesday. Full story...
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NC State AD Debbie Yow back in the Port City

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video NC State director of athletics Debbie Yow made her second Wilmington appearance in less than a month. Wednesday night she addressed the Wilmington Chapter of the Wolfpack Club along with football coach Tom O'Brien. Full story...
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Sharks need more host families for players

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The upcoming Wilmington Sharks summer league baseball season is approaching. The players need a nice, comfortable place to stay while they're in town. Do you believe your home would fit the bill? Full story...
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