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NC State claims first ACC men's swimming title since 1992

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Former Laney swimmer Stephen Coetzer helped lead NC State to their 25th ACC title on Saturday, but it was the first ACC title in men's swimming for the Wolfpack in 23 years. Coetzer finished in 5th place in the 200 yard backstroke on Saturday after accumulating points on the other nights of the championship meet as well. Full story...
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Pairings set for CAA Tournament; Seahawks #2 seed, four-way tie for regular season title

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The UNCW Seahawks will share the regular season crown in the CAA, but the Seahawks will have to settle for the #2 seed for the upcoming CAA Tournament. The pairings are set. The competition will begin on Friday. Full story...
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Seahawks can't seal the deal against Elon

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The UNCW men's basketball team did not take advantage of a golden opportunity on Saturday night. The Seahawks only needed to beat Elon to claim the outright CAA regular season crown. Nothing went right for UNCW. It may have been one of the worst games of the season for the Seahawks. Full story...
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CAA domination for UNCW men's swim team comes to an end on Saturday night

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The UNCW Seahawk men's swim team finished third on Saturday. The 13-year run as conference champions comes to an end as William & Mary captured its first CAA title in the sport. The UNCW’s women’s team finished sixth as Towson earned its third consecutive conference title. Full story...
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WWAY's Full Court Press - Feb. 27

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videoWe had a full slate of high school basketball state playoff action on WWAY on Friday night. It included a wild scene at West Bladen High where a bat interrupted play just after the playoff game at West Bladen tipped off. We also showcased playoff action between Hoggard-Overhills and East Columbus-Whiteville. Plus, we featured the plays of the year for girls basketball. Full story...
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Foul weather pushes back most state playoff basketball games to Thursday and Friday

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video The high school basketball state playoffs were scheduled to start on Tuesday in North Carolina, but there weren't any games around our area until Wednesday night due to Tuesday's snow and ice. Most first round games will be played on Thursday or Friday instead. We have updates on games that involve local schools. Full story...
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UPDATE: Students react to UNCW track getting second chance to keep program running

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videoStudents react to UNCW Interim Chancellor Bill Sederburg deciding to give the school's track and cross country teams and their supporters time to raise enough money to keep the program running. Full story...
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