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Seven wins in a row for UNCW baseball.... and counting

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video It appeared the winning streak was going to vanish Tuesday night at Brooks Field for the Seahawks. The ninth inning saved UNCW though. The streak is now seven. Do I hear eight? Full story...
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2 former New Hanover County residents win on opening day of NCAA Basketball Tournament

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Eddie Biedenbach used to be a permanent resident at Wrightsville Beach. The UNC Asheville head basketball coach occasionally pops in for a coastal visit during the off season. Brad Brownell used to call Wilmington home. Brownell now coaches Clemson. Interestingly enough, UNC Asheville and Clemson were the only two winning teams on Tuesday night in the NCAA Men's Basketball Tournament. Full story...
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Stilman White Update: Wilmington to Chapel Hill pipeline continues to inch closer & closer

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Back in the early 1980s a basketball guard from Wilmington chose to attend the University of North Carolina. Michael Jordan's world soon became "our world." Will Chapel Hill become home to another Wilmington guard 30 years later? Full story...
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Sidney Lowe resigns after 5 seasons in Raleigh

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Sidney Lowe helped NC State win a national championship in 1983, but he couldn't win enough games as head coach of NC State to keep the Wolfpack nation happy. Full story...
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UNCW earns WNIT bid

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The UNCW women's basketball team won't be going to the big dance, but they did receive an invitation to the Women's NIT on Monday night. It's a matchup of Seahawks and Spiders. Full story...
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Meet Tony Hudson, Pender's new football coach

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video Tony Hudson is the new Pender head football coach. Going back to Pender is a "homecoming" for the Pender graduate. Full story...
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East Bladen loses title game third year in a row

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video Salisbury beat East Bladen by 32 points Saturday afternoon at the Smith Center in Chapel Hill in the 2-A girls state high school basketball title game. Full story...
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