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Roman Gabriel selected to inaugural NC State Hall of Fame

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Wilmington native Roman Gabriel has been named to the first ever NC State Hall of Fame. The former New Hanover High standout, Jim Ritcher and Ted Brown were the only former football players to be selected to the inaugural class. Full story...
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WWAY's Monday night sports - June 25; passing the baton at Laney & Blalock finishes 15th at Olympic Trials

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video On Monday the Fred Lynch Invitational Basketball Tournament tipped off at two locations in New Hanover County. On Monday Wilmington's Cari Blalock had a terrific day in the pool. The former New Hanover Wildcat shaved seven seconds off her personal best in the 400 IM at the US Olympic Swimming Trials. Full story...
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Want to join a free running club for kids?

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Not many things in life are free. The New Hanover County K-12 Running Club is free though. Starting Monday, June 25th the club will meet every Monday. All school-aged children and teenagers who enjoy running are encouraged to attend. Full story...
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WWAY's Sunday night sports - June 24: Cari Blalock preps for Olympic Trials & more

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videoOn Sunday night we featured the final night of the District 9 Dixie Youth Softball Tournament from Brunswick County. We also showcased former New Hanover Wildcat Cari Blalock. The UNC Tar Heel is just one day away from competing in the US Olympic Swimming Trials in Nebraska. Full story...
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US Open winner has Wilmington ties

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videoOne week ago North Carolina native Webb Simpson won the US Open. One thing you may not know is the golfer developed his love for the game in the Port City. Full story...
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CAA may invade the SoCon

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UNC Wilmington will be the southern most school in the CAA when Georgia State leaves the conference next year. UNC Wilmington may end up with some southern neighbors with possible expansion in the south on the way. Full story...
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Dayton picks up first win against Hammerheads

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The Dayton Dutch Lions hadn't won a game all year in league play until Saturday night. Unfortunately the victory for Dayton came at the expense of the Wilmington Hammerheads even though the Hammerheads had seven more shots than the Dutch Lions. It was Wilmington's second loss in a two day period on the road. Full story...
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Former N&O sports editor Joe Tiede dies

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Joe Tiede died at age 84 in his Wilmington home on Friday night after several years of declining health. Tiede was known as an astute analyst for his insightful game stories, accuracy and gentle demeanor. Full story...
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WWAY's Friday night sports - June 22

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video On Friday night on WWAY we featured a local softball tournament, boxing, Wilmington Sharks baseball, Wilmington Hammerheads soccer and a US Olympic Trials swimmer who calls Wilmington home. Full story...
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Two Wilmington boxers earn national titles

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video Two amateur Wilmington boxers participated in the Title National Boxing Championship last week in Mississippi. Both returned to the Port City with national titles. The route to the title started out the same for the two, but they took different avenues to get there. Full story...
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