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Hammerheads release 2015 soccer schedule; Virginia beats North Carolina in hoops

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videoThe Wilmington Hammerheads 2015 soccer schedule is out. The Hammerheads will play 28 regular season games. All home games this season will start at 7pm. In college basketball nationally ranked Virginia beat nationally ranked North Carolina in Chapel Hill on Monday. Full story...
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WWAY's Full Court Press - Jan. 30

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videoIt's always interesting when New Hanover and Hoggard get together on the basketball court. Friday night was no different at Brogden Hall. We featured the Wildcats and the Vikings on Friday's Full Court Press plus a whole lot more! Full story...
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Patriots hold off Seahawks

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The best defense in the NFL was handed a 10-point lead at the start of the fourth quarter and could not deliver a second straight Super Bowl title for the Seattle Seahawks. New England is this season's Super Bowl champion. Full story...
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Four game winning streak snapped for Seahawks

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Kevin Keatts and the UNCW Seahawks left Wilmington on Friday sporting a four game winning streak. Unfortunately the Seahawks will return home with a setback in Philadelphia against the hot shooting Drexel Dragons. Full story...
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UNCW Seahawks look to ride hot streak; Thursday high school hoops from WCA

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videoThe UNCW men's basketball team sports a four game winning streak along with a new look and logo. Wilmington Christian had the spotlight on Thursday in regard to local high school hoops. Full story...
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UNCW unveils new sports logo

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videoUNCW has unveiled a new athletics logo. Gone is the seahawk head and wave inside a number one. It's been replaced by a fiercer looking seahawk face within a triangle. Full story...
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Hoggard wins Mideastern title in swimming; West Brunswick wrestlers remain undefeated

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videoThe Hoggard boys and girls both captured first place in swimming for the league championship in the Mideastern Conference on Wednesday. The West Brunswick wrestling team on Wednesday improved to 21-0 with a decisive victory over New Hanover. Full story...
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