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CFCC heads to national basketball tournament

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video College basketball teams from the state of North Carolina have a rich history of success, but there's never been a team from the Tar Heel State to play in the championship game of the National Junior College Tournament. Cape Fear Community College hopes to change that next week. Full story...
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Can this year's UNCW women's basketball team be the first to win the CAA Tournament?

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video The UNCW women's basketball team has a chance to make history this weekend. They'll be attempting to win the CAA Tournament title. If they accomplish that it would the first for the women's basketball program. Don't count out the Seahawks with Cynthia Cooper-Dyke doing everything but driving the bus. Full story...
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CAA Coach of the Year: UNCW's Cynthia Cooper-Dyke... Rookie of the year: UNCW's Alisha Andrews

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videoMaybe it's an omen. UNCW picked up several post-season awards on Wednesday night. Perhaps the recognition will carry over to this weekend's CAA Tournament for Cynthia Cooper-Dyke's squad. Full story...
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Duke's Nolan Smith named ACC player of year... UNC's Roy Williams named coach of the year

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The ACC Tournament won't begin until Thursday, but it is time to pass out the hardware for regular season recognition. Full story...
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Pairings announced for 58th annual ACC Tournament

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North Carolina is the No. 1 seed in the upcoming 2011 Atlantic Coast Conference Tournament, which gets underway Thursday, March 10, at the Greensboro (N.C.) Coliseum. The 13th-ranked Tar Heels clinched their 18th outright ACC regular-season title - their 28th overall - with Saturday’s 81-67 win over fourth-ranked Duke. In addition to top-seeded North Carolina, Duke (No. 2), Florida State (No. 3) and Clemson (No. 4) all earned first-round byes from Thursday’s opening-round session. Full story...
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Tar Heels earn ACC basketball crown

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Other than diehard UNC fans not many people predicted North Carolina as the regular season champion of the ACC this season. It's true though. The Heels beat Duke in the regular season finale to earn the top seed in next week's ACC Tournament. Full story...
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Pender boys, East Bladen girls advance to the state finals; New Hanover boys fall short

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Next Saturday will be state championship weekend for high school basketball. Pender and East Bladen both earned invitations today in Fayetteville. Full story...
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