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4 local wrestlers win individual state titles over the weekend

North Brunswick had two wrestlers win high school individual state championships over the weekend. West Brunswick and Laney had one apiece.
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North Carolina Central beats Howard for 12th straight win

Dajuan Graf and Patrick Cole each scored 17 points, and North Carolina Central won its 12th straight with a 66-59 victory over Howard on Monday night.
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Bears demand age cap for pro athlete’s worker’s comp

They want to cap certain payments to athletes at no older than 35 or five years after their injury. Currently they can claim benefits up to age 67, like other workers.
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Former Derby, Preakness winner Charismatic dies

Old Friends farm says the chestnut horse that won the first two legs of the Triple Crown in 1999 was found dead in his stall Sunday.
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UNCC quarterback, younger brother of Panthers TE, arrested on rape charges

University of North Carolina at Charlotte quarterback Kevin Olsen was arrested on rape charges Sunday, police said.
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UNCW wins again in a close game against Hofstra

Chris Flemmings scored 27 points, including a key tip-in, to help UNCW hold off Hofstra for a win Saturday.
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WWAY’s Full Court Press – Feb. 17

Conference tournament week is now over. We had tournament coverage on Friday's Full Court Press from the Mideastern Conference, East Central Conference, Four County Conference and the Three Rivers Conference. Check out our game action!
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Triplette resigns as head of NFL Referees Association

Triplette led the officials union since 2013. He has been an NFL referee for 21 years. NFLRA Executive Director Scott Green praised his contributions.

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