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Clinton lines up against Pender on September 23, 2016. (Photo Alex Padilla/WWAY)
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WWAY’s 5th Quarter – September 23

Week six of the high school football season is nearly complete. A few of our local teams will play on Saturday instead due to postponed games on Friday We had highlights from nine games on Friday's 5th Quarter.
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CAA votes to move golf tourney from Brunswick Co. if HB2 not repealed

A college golf tournament could be moved out of Brunswick County if state leaders do not repeal the controversial HB2, but another event will go on as planned in Wilmington.
Ron Rivera speaks about the recent protests in Charlotte on September 22, 2016. Photo ESPN
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Ron Rivera chimes in on police shooting and protests in Charlotte

Carolina Panthers head football coach Ron Rivera addressed the recent shootings and police protests in Charlotte on Thursday afternoon.
Seth Greenberg spent a few minutes with the Wilmington sports media on September 22, 2016. (Photo John Rendleman/WWAY)
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ESPN’s Seth Greenberg praises UNCW and head coach Kevin Keatts

ESPN basketball analyst Seth Greenberg watched the UNCW men's basketball team practice on Wednesday.
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NCAA introduces Play4Kay National Free Throw Challenge

The NCAA and the Women's Basketball Coaches Association are teaming up with the cancer fund that bears late North Carolina State coach Kay Yow's name.
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Michael Jordan issues statement about Charlotte protests

As protests continue in the wake of the fatal shooting of a man by Charlotte police earlier this week, one of the Queen City's most prominent residents has issued a statement.
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Panthers, NFL monitoring protests in advance of Sunday game

While the Carolina Panthers are still planning to host the Minnesota Vikings on Sunday, team officials say they will continue to monitor the ongoing violent protests that have gripped the city.
UNCW and Duke take the floor for their NCAA first-round game in Providence, RI, on March 17, 2016. (Photo: Joe Mazur/WTVD)
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South Carolina won’t bid for North Carolina NCAA games

The University of South Carolina won't bid for NCAA Tournament men's basketball games that were recently removed from North Carolina because of its law limiting protections for LGBT people.

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