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FIRST ON 3: Wolfpack Club’s "2011 Coaches Caravan" stopping in Wilmington Wednesday

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NCSU's Debbie Yow, NC State's Director of Athletics, and Tom O'Brien, NC State's head football coach are coming to Wilmington to meet with Wolfpack fans... Full story...
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Wainwright heads back to the bench

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Former UNCW coach Jerry Wainwright is heading back to the coaching ranks. He will serve as an assistant to Rodney Terry at Fresno State. Terry who was an assistant at UNCW under Wainwright. Full story...
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Hammerheads suffer first loss of season

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The Wilmington Hammerheads had hopes of staying undefeated after just three games of play. Instead, Richmond remains unbeaten with a Saturday night victory over the Hammerheads. Full story...
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State board makes changes to high school sports

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video The North Carolina High School Athletic Association is reassessing its playbook. It has some new ideas for high school sports programs around the state. The NCHSAA board says it is making changes to raise money for school athletic programs and to look out for the safety of student athletes. Full story...
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DOJ ask NCAA why there's no playoff for football

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The Justice Department has sent a pointed letter to the NCAA asking why there isn't a playoff system for college football. Full story...
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UNCW Baseball wins, mixed results for Hoggard Lacrosse teams

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video While the UNCW baseball team is looking ahead to postseason play, high school lacrosse playoff action is underway. The Hoggard boys and girls teams were both in action on Tuesday, but only one advanced. Full story...
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Lenoir-Rhyne's Goldsmith retires after 45 years

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Fred Goldsmith announced his retirement Tuesday. He had been coaching at Lenoir-Rhyne for four years, going 17-27 and leading the Division II Bears to a 7-4 record in 2010. Full story...
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At 88, high school coach keeps serving up experience

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videoThe state playoffs for high school tennis start tomorrow. For one tennis coach in Wilmington, the playoffs are nothing new. That's because Tanky Meier has been coaching tennis at New Hanover High School since 1950. Full story...
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UNCW baseball team falls from first to fifth

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The UNC Wilmington baseball team started the weekend in first place in the CAA. After three road losses to James Madison the Seahawks are now in fifth place at 12-9 in the CAA. Full story...
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Hammerheads beat Riverhounds

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video It's still early in the season, but it's "so far so good" for the Wilmington Hammerheads in 2011. After a year's absence in the Port City the Hammerheads are off to a 2-0 start. Full story...
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Barth, Ross wait to rejoin teams after NFL lockout ends

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The end of the NFL lockout will eventually mean back to work for a couple of players from Wilmington. Full story...
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Panthers gather as NFL reopens for business

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About a dozen Carolina Panthers players have been spotted at Bank of America Stadium as the NFL reopened for business. Full story...
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Leland's Owen Spencer anticipates NFL Draft

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video We know Cam Newton and Jake Locker will be taken high in this week's NFL Draft. There's a bit of uncertainty involved with a football player from Leland though. NC State's Owen Spencer is projected to be a 6th or 7th round pick if selected. If not, he'll definitely be in line to sign a free agent contract. Full story...
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Wilmington's Boomer Boyd signs with Missouri

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Former Laney wrestling standout Boomer Boyd will continue his wrestling career at the University of Missouri. Boyd recently signed a national letter of intent with the Tigers. Full story...
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New Hanover ends Hoggard's court reign

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video Rain on Tuesday forced the biggest high school tennis match of the season to date in Wilmington to be played on Wednesday. Hoggard has five consecutive conference titles, but their hold on the streak was in jeopardy due to a surging New Hanover squad. Full story...
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