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WWAY's Friday night sports - May 18

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video Friday night’s sports segment featured high school baseball state playoff action from West Brunswick. We also checked out the North Brunswick baseball team against North Pitt. We traveled to Ashley to watch the softball team defeat West Johnston 4-2 for the district title. The Hoggard girls soccer team was also in action tonight as they hosted Pinecrest. Full story...
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WWAY's Thursday night sports - May 17

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video On Thursday night we featured a rain-shortened baseball game between UNCW and George Mason. We also talked to UNCW A.D Jimmy Bass about the recent trend of schools leaving the CAA. In golf the UNCW men's golf team is tied for fifth place after one round of their NCAA Golf Regional. Plus, we featured state playoff softball action on Thursday that pitted South Columbus and South Lenoir. Full story...
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East-West all-star rosters set in basketball & football

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West Bladen's DJ Mason & Hoggard's Tyler Thayer will represent the east in the annual East-West All-Star Basketball Game in July. Thayer and Mason both played for the Wilmington based Flight 22 basketball team last summer. Full story...
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Wilmington's Cari Blalock qualifies for U.S. Olympic Trials

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Former New Hanover swimming standout Cari Blalock is headed to the US Olympic Trials. The Wilmington resident recently qualified in four different events. This will not be the first time for the UNC Tar Heel swimmer at the US Olympic Trials. She also competed in 2008, but Blalock only qualified in one event that year. Full story...
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Barth signs four year deal with Bucs

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It took longer than Connor Barth wanted or expected, but the former Hoggard High School kicker is now one of the highest paid kickers in the NFL. Barth signed a four year contract on Thursday with the Tampa Bay Buccaneers. Full story...
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WWAY's Wednesday night sports - May 16

Sports on WWAY on Wednesday night featured a 5-2 state playoff win in girls soccer for Whiteville High School. We also had updates on coaching changes at South Brunswick High School and player movement involving UNC Wilmington basketball players taking their talents elsewhere. Click full story to see the remaining state playoff schedule for schools in our region.

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Old Dominion leaving CAA for Conference USA

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Old Dominion is leaving the Colonial Athletic Association and joining Conference USA. School President John R. Broderick said in a release Thursday that the move will be effective July 1, 2013. Full story...
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WWAY Presents Cancer Awareness Night with Sea Dawgs

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WWAY presents Cancer Awareness Night with the Sea Dawgs. The Wilmington Sea Dawgs will be hosting Fayetteville at the Schwartz Center on Friday, May 18th. WWAY's Cacky Catlett will emcee the WWAY TV 3 Free Throw Shoot Out Contest. Full story...
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WWAY's Wednesday night sports - May 16

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videoSports on WWAY on Wednesday night featured a 5-2 state playoff win in girls soccer for Whiteville High School. We also had updates on coaching changes at South Brunswick High School and player movement involving UNC Wilmington basketball players taking their talents elsewhere. Click full story to see the remaining state playoff schedule for schools in our region. Full story...
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WWAY's Tuesday night sports - May 15

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video Tuesday night’s sports segment featured state playoff action from several high school baseball and softball teams in the Cape Fear region. We traveled to Ashley to watch the Screamin’ Eagles against Laney in a battle of Mideastern conference rivals. We also saw baseball action from Whiteville and Topsail. We featured softball action from Topsail, Laney and East Columbus as well. Full story...
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