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Jason Tindal takes over football program at Ashley High

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Ashley high school's athletic director Roy Turner introduced the Eagles' new head football coach this afternoon. Thirty-four-year-old Jason Tindal will take over for Dylan Dimock, who resigned in February. Full story...
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Spills and thrills with the Cape Fear Roller Girls

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videoThe Cape Fear Roller Girls had their game faces on Saturday night; after all this is roller derby and they're supposed to be tough and intimidating. And they certainly were. Full story...
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Downtown bars packed as fans watch UNC win national championship

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It was a Carolina blue kind of night Monday. Sports bars were packed with UNC fans Monday night as the Tar Heels battled Michigan State for the NCAA National Basketball Championship. Full story...
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Jordan heading to Hall

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More than five years after ending one of the greatest careers in basketball history, Michael Jordan is heading to the Basketball Hall of Fame. Full story...
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Athletic accountability and funding in New Hanover County

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videoLast night, John Rendleman took a school-by-school look at the Title IX compliance issues for the New Hanover County high school athletic facilities. Tonight in part two of his special report, John takes a look at accountability and funding. Full story...
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Title IX issues for New Hanover County athletics

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videoAthletic facilities in New Hanover County are under scrutiny. Changes are underway in order to comply with Title IX after a review by the Office of Civil Rights. Title IX is all about equal rights and equal opportunities amongst genders. In a nutshell, whatever a boys team has, the girls team has to have as well. Full story...
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UNC Hammers UNCW

Fifth-ranked UNC Chapel Hill banged out 10 hits, including five for extra bases, as the Tar Heels topped No. 26 UNC Wilmington, 8-1, in college baseball action Tuesday before a standing-room only crowd of 3,608, a Brooks Field record. The Tar Heels snapped a two-game skid and improved to 18-4, while the Seahawks, who had their own two-game winning streak halted, fell to 17-4. Full story...