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Everett Withers takes over UNC football helm

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It didn't take long for the North Carolina Tar Heels to name a successor to Butch Davis. On Thursday evening the Tar Heels named Everett Withers as the new UNC interim head football coach. Full story...
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BB&T Jamboree set for August 12th

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Football practice all across the state officially starts on Saturday for high school football teams. That means it's about to be jamboree time in New Hanover County. The BB&T Jamboree will kickoff in Wilmington on August 12th. Full story...
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Butch Davis era comes to an end at UNC

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North Carolina has fired football coach Butch Davis. The firing comes just nine days before the start of preseason practice. Full story...
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2011 Preseason All-ACC Football Team announced

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Former New Hanover Wildcat standout George Bryan is a preseason All-ACC football selection. Bryan is the only NC State player on the preseason team. Full story...
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Former college basketball star faces drug charges

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A former college basketball star has been arrested and accused of operating a sophisticated marijuana growing operation from his North Carolina home. Full story...
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From Belville to Nashville... NC State's Owen Spencer is going to be a Tennessee Titan

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video Now that the NFL lockout is over teams are allowed to come to terms with undrafted free agents. Former North Brunswick Scorpion receiver Owen Spencer is included on this list. In fact he's headed to Nashville in order to be a Tennessee Titan. Full story...
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Sheila Boles named to NCHSAA Hall of Fame

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UNCW grad Sheila Boles was the first woman in North Carolina to coach a boys varsity basketball team. She won more than her fair share of games at Hoggard. As a result the pioneer coach is going to be inducted into the North Carolina High School Athletic Association Hall of Fame. Full story...
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Wayne Williamson back to West Columbus again

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Wayne Williamson used to be the head football coach at West Columbus High School in Cerro Gordo. After coaching a few years in South Carolina the Evergreen resident will be roaming the sidelines in North Carolina once again. Full story...
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Post 10 eliminated in state legion tourney

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Wilmington Post 10 won their first two games at the legion baseball state championship, but Post 10 lost on Sunday and Monday. The last loss ended the season for Post 10. Full story...
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With NFL lockout over, local pros get back to work

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video Now that the lockout is over, millions of NFL fans are ready for some football, and players are getting ready to go back to work. Full story...
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Players vote to OK deal to end NFL lockout

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The NFL Players Association executive board and 32 team reps have voted unanimously to approve the terms of a deal to the end the 4½-month lockout. Full story...
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Hokies, FSU again preseason favorites in ACC

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Florida State and Virginia Tech are the preseason picks to meet in the Atlantic Coast Conference championship game, with the Seminoles the choice to win their first league title since 2005. Full story...
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Hammerheads shutout Eagles at Legion Stadium

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It wasn't a must win, but it certainly was a much needed victory. The Wilmington Hammerheads defeated Charlotte on Saturday night at Legion Stadium. Full story...
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UNCW coach Cynthia Cooper-Dyke named to the WNBA 15th Anniversary team

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The WNBA recognized the top 15 WNBA players of all-time on Saturday afternoon at the WNBA all-star game. UNCW women's basketball coach Cynthia Cooper-Dyke made the list. In fact Cooper-Dyke mentioned UNCW in a live interview during Saturday's national telecast on ABC. Full story...
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Hammherheads get shutout on the road

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The Charlotte Eagles shutout the Wilmington Hammerheads on Friday night in Charlotte. The USL teams will face each other again on Saturday night at Legion Stadium in Wilmington. Full story...
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