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Wilmington NC Sports

Team of the Week - Trask

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videoTrask defeated East Columbus last week in high school football. It was the second win in a row for Trask. The Titans previously hadn't won two games in a row since 2010. We're recognizing Trask with the WWAY Farm Bureau Insurance at Mayfaire Team of the Week award. Full story...
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Ethan Farmer, Pharoah McKever, New Hanover-Topsail soccer & more

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videoFormer South Columbus football standout Ethan Farmer is trying to make the most out of his senior season for the North Carolina Tar Heels. Farmer and the Tar Heels are currently undefeated. In fact the Heels will be facing in-state foe East Carolina this weekend. On Wednesday Farmer provided his thoughts on the upcoming ECU-UNC game. Plus we had New Hanover-Topsail soccer and more! Full story...
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What's up with Jerry Wainwright?

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videoWe spotted former UNCW men's head basketball coach Jerry Wainwright at a high school football game recently. It appears the coach will lay low during the upcoming basketball season. Of course with all coaches, that's subject to change. Full story...
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Tuesday soccer: video from UNCW's victory, Coastal Christian's win and Laney too

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videoThe UNCW men's soccer team now has two victories this season over a nationally ranked opponent. The first one occurred last Friday. The Seahawks picked up their second on Tuesday. We showcased two high school soccer games on WWAY on Tuesday as well. Coastal Christian knocked off Cape Fear Academy. Laney edged Ashley. Plus more! Full story...
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Grand jury to weigh case of NASCAR's Tony Stewart

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A grand jury will decide whether NASCAR driver Tony Stewart will be charged in the August death of a fellow driver at a sprint car race in upstate New York. Full story...
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Ashley loses second half lead against White Oak to drop to 0-4 in football

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videoThe Ashley Screaming Eagles overcame an early deficit to take the lead in the second half against White Oak on Monday night, but the Vikings prevailed in the end against Ashley. On Monday we also featured former New Hanover football standout Trevon Brown. The East Carolina freshman wide receiver caught a touchdown pass over the weekend against nationally ranked Virginia Tech. Full story...
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New Hanover dances backwards in win over North Brunswick on soccer field

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videoThanks to a bit of creative editing a pair of New Hanover soccer players danced backwards on our sportscast on Monday night on WWAY. The UNCW women's soccer team didn't dance on Monday, but the Seahawks did shutout Coastal Carolina. Former Ashley soccer standout Stanley Broaden scored twice for Appalachian State on Monday. Plus more! Full story...
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Season ends for Hammerheads in playoffs

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Sammy Ochoa tied the game at one goal apiece early in the second half in the Wilmington Hammerheads game on Saturday night. Unfortunately Sacramento scored twice right after Ochoa scored to take all the momentum away from the visitors. The 2014 soccer season for Wilmington is now over. Full story...
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WWAY's 5th Quarter - September 12

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videoFriday's 5th Quarter was action packed despite the fact we kept our eye on the weather all night long. The first half of the Hoggard game was clearly a spectator's delight. It was a mixture of dynamic plays combined with a bit of intrigue. We have a lengthy recap of the Hoggard game. Unfortunately, it'll go down as a no contest. Check out highlights from the Whiteville-Clinton football game too. Plus more! Full story...
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Wilmington's Tamera Young ends WNBA season as league runner-up; huge win for UNCW soccer

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The WNBA season ended on Friday. Wilmington's Tamera Young will have to settle this season as the league runner-up. It's a wonderful title to have for the Laney High graduate. Elsewhere, Friday was more than a special night for the UNCW men's soccer team. The Seahawks knocked off nationally ranked South Carolina. Plus more! Full story...
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