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Week # 10 - high school football preview

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video Week # 10 of the high school football season will kick off on Friday. The regular season is about to wind down and there's an abundance of key matchups. Click the video icon in order to watch our preview of this week's action. Full story...
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State playoffs begin on Saturday for high school volleyball

It's playoff time for girls high school volleyball. First round action begins Saturday. The home team determines the game time for first round playoff action. Full story...

Bass named UNCW AD

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video UNCW has hired Jimmy Bass as its new Athletics Director. Chancellor Rosemary DePaolo made the announcement at an afternoon news conference on campus. Bass replaces Kelly Mehrtens, who resigned Sept. 27 after more than three years on the job. Full story...
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"Seahawk Nation" gives a thumbs up for the new UNCW A.D.

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video Jimmy Bass was introduced as the new UNCW A.D. on Tuesday afternoon. We garnered reaction from the Seahawk Nation and the verdict is in. Seahawk fans are excited about Jimmy Bass taking over the athletic department replacing Kelly Mehrtens who resigned last month. Full story...
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BREAKING NEWS: UNCW to make "major athletics announcement" this afternoon

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University of North Carolina Wilmington Chancellor Rosemary DePaolo will hold a news conference to make a major athletics announcement, a news release from the college said. Full story...
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Week 9 preview for high school football

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videoThere's going to be a battle of two undefeated teams Friday night between Pender and Wallace-Rose Hill. Both teams are members of the Tri-County Conference. They're ranked #1 and #2 in the state on the 1A level. This is just one of the games we'll showcase on this week's high school football preview video. Full story...
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Landfall Tradition tees off next week

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Eighteen collegiate teams will compete, including six schools from the ACC, three from the Big Ten and three from the Big 12. Full story...
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