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WWAY’s Friday night sports segment featured the Wilmington Sea Dawgs semi-pro basketball team at home against Big Texas. We also went to Brooks Field to check out UNCW against Hofstra in a battle of the top two teams in the CAA. We even featured high school baseball action between Laney and New Hanover, as well as Wilmington Christian. Full story...
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WWAY's Thursday night sports previewed the Jordan Brand Classic high school basketball all-star games in Charlotte on Saturday. We also previewed the Azalea Festival’s amateur boxing tournament that will take place on Saturday and Sunday in Wilmington. We checked out high school track & field and lacrosse action, as well. Full story...
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The Wednesday night sports segment featured some of the region’s high school seniors signing letters of intent to play collegiate sports on National Signing Day. We also checked out the UNCW baseball team on the road versus Charleston Southern. We even featured high school boys tennis action between New Hanover and Hoggard. Full story...
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On Tuesday night the New Hanover County School Board recognized the New Hanover boys basketball team for winning the 4-A state championship in high school basketball. WWAY was there for that. We also checked out baseball action from UNCW and Ashley High School (and softball). On top of that we covered the resignation of UNCW women's basketball coach Cynthia Cooper-Dyke. Full story...
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UNCW women's basketball coach Cynthia Cooper-Dyke, who piloted the Seahawks to back-to-back appearances in the Women's National Invitational Tournament (WNIT), has resigned, Director of Athletics Jimmy Bass announced Tuesday. Full story...
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Building a baseball stadium has been a hot topic of conversation in Wilmington. Now, some local business leaders are stepping up to bat to support the city's effort. The Wilmington Ballpark Coalition says it is banding together for an idea members think is a home run. Full story...