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Week 11 High school scoreboard: Wildcats top Hoggard for first time since 1995

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The 2011 high school football regular season is over. Friday's action in our area undoubtedly is highlighted by New Hanover's 13-7 win over Hoggard. It's the first win for New Hanover in varsity football over Hoggard since 1995. Full story...
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Wilmington based race team movin' on up

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A Wilmington based racing team is moving up in the ranks. The team will race in select events in the Formula 1000 Championship SCCA Pro Series after three years in the Formula Continental series. Full story...
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5th QUARTER: Week 11 High School Football preview

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video The 2011 regular season for high school football will conclude on Friday night. For some teams this will be the final game of the year, but most of our local squads will be advancing to the state playoffs. Check out our preview for week number eleven. Full story...
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Purdue wins Landfall Tradition

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Purdue entered the final round of the Landfall Tradition with the lead. The Boilermakers kept it. They're leaving Wilmington as the champions of the Landfall Tradition women's golf tournament. Full story...
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Nationally ranked Sea Devils end soccer season with double overtime loss

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Cape Fear Community College has a nationally ranked women's soccer team this season, but the season ended for the Sea Devils on Sunday in Raleigh when their playoff game came down to penalty kicks. Full story...
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Practice squad update: Spencer heads to Detroit; Ross continues to wait, "not the case anymore"

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Life on the edge of an NFL roster is tough. One day you have a job. One day you don't. Former North Brunswick Scorpion Owen Spencer recently got the call. Jay Ross and Kendric Burney hope to get one soon. Full story...
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Transportation logistics required for Saturday's Beach2Battleship Iron Distance Triathlon

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video You're going to need extra patience driving around Wilmington on Saturday. There will be a few traffic hotspots due to the internationally recognized iron distance and half iron distance triathlon. Competitors from around the country will be biking, running and swimming around historic Wilmington. Full story...
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