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New Hanover gets revenge over Hoggard in baseball

Last week the Vikings baseball team handed the Wildcats their first loss of the year. Tonight, the two matched up again.
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Seahawks Pull Upset To Advance To CAA Semifinals

Junior Xandra Fougner topped Helen Nyikos, 6-4, 7-5, in the decisive match at No. 4 singles to spark No. 3 seeded UNCW to a 4-3 upset of No. 4 College of Charleston in the quarterfinals of the 2017 CAA Women's Tennis Championships on Friday.
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Top four team’s advance to CAA men’s tennis Semifinals

The top four seeds advanced to the semifinals of the 2017 CAA Men’s Tennis Championship after convincing victories on Friday at the Burlington Tennis Center in Burlington, N.C.
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UNC players wish Coach C.B. McGrath well at Wilmington

Nate Britt said he and his teammates were able to visit Coach McGrath today before the game and wish him the best of luck.
3 days ago
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ACC Barnstorming tour returns to Wilmington

Tonight high school basketball players from our area got the unique opportunity to play against some of the best players from the NCAA in the ACC Barnstorming Tour.
4 days ago
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Carolina Panthers to open season on the road

The Carolina Panther look to improve off of their 6-10 record in the 2017 season, which was release today.
4 days ago
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Downtown Wilmington plans events for Wells Fargo Championship

Preparations are underway all over the Port City ahead of the Wells Fargo Championship. Downtown Wilmington is already excited and planning their very own fun filled activities
Signing Day 2017
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Laney and New Hanover hold signing days

It's a big day today for student athletes at New Hanover and Laney as more than 20 athletes signed their National Letters of Intent.

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