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2014 ACC football schedule released

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The 2014 Atlantic Coast Conference football schedule released Wednesday is now complete. It features a nationally televised Thursday night game between Duke and North Carolina. NC State football players need to be at their best early. The Wolfpack opens league play with defending national champion Florida State followed by Clemson. Full story...
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WWAY's Monday night sports - January 20

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videoLess dunks than normal, but WWAY still attended the MLK Jamfest on Monday at Union High School in Sampson County. The event featured seven different basketball games on the same court on a day where students didn't have to attend school. In college men's hoops Cape Fear Community College and NC State both won, but the UNC Tar Heels did not. Plus more! Full story...
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Seahawks continue slide + more Saturday sports

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Duke & North Carolina both appear to be back on track in men's basketball, but that's not the case for Buzz Peterson's UNCW squad. The Seahawks squandered a 13 point halftime lead on Saturday. The losing skid for UNCW is now nine losses in a row. A handful of local high school squads played games on Saturday afternoon. Plus the season is now underway for the Wilmington Sea Dawgs! Full story...
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WWAY's Wednesday night sports - January 15

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videoThe losing skid continues for Buzz Peterson's UNCW basketball squad. The Seahawks lost to Hofstra on Wednesday. The Ashley girls basketball team has to forfeit four games. Hoggard High graduate Derek Brunson stepped back into the octagon on Wednesday for his third UFC fight. Unfortunately Brunson wasn't able to finish against Yoel Romero after the Wilmington resident won the first two rounds. Plus more! Full story...
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WWAY's Tuesday night sports - January 14

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videoHoggard and New Hanover both had dominant performances in boys basketball action on Tuesday night. Hoggard cooled off Ashley while New Hanover clubbed Laney. In girls action Laney & Ashley both won. The Trask boys got back on the winning track with a victory over archrival Pender. Check out our game highlights. Plus more! Full story...
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Weekend sports update

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The season is over for the Carolina Panthers. The San Francisco 49ers advance in the playoffs. WWAY's Chasity Melvin was honored in Cary on Saturday by the North Carolina High School Athletic Association for being of the best athletes in the state. Saturday was the first day Duke, North Carolina & NC State all lost on the same day since 1996 in men's basketball. Both UNC Wilmington basketball teams continued their losing streaks this weekend. Plus more! Full story...
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WWAY's Thursday night sports - January 9

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videoOn Thursday we found out former Tar Heel basketball standout PJ Hairston is no longer enrolled at the University of North Carolina. The UNCW women's basketball team dropped their CAA opener on Thursday. Plus more! Full story...
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WWAY's Monday night sports - January 6

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videoUNCW assistant basketball coach Eddie Biedenbach has deep roots to Asheville and Raleigh. As it turns out Biedenbach will be inducted into the NC Sports Hall of Fame in Raleigh later this year. Jones Angell is the "Voice of the Tar Heels." We profiled Angell on our sports segment on Monday night. ACC fans it's time to celebrate! Florida State wins the national championship for college football. Full story...
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Saturday sports update

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Buzz Peterson's basketball squad opened the conference schedule with a home loss on Saturday. James Madison edged UNCW at Trask Coliseum. The CFCC women's basketball team remains undefeated. The Cape Fear Academy Challenge concluded on Saturday. Former Laney swimmer Stephen Coetzer is back on top of the podium where he belongs! Full story...
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WWAY's Full Court Press - Dec. 20

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videoThe third Full Court Press of the season is in the books. On Friday the boys basketball team at Pender knocked off Laney. We had highlights and postgame reaction from Burgaw. We also showcased Whiteville-East Bladen, Ashley-Hillside and West Bladen-Wallace-Rose Hill on Friday's Full Court Press. Full story...
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WWAY's Wednesday night sports - December 18

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videoOn Tuesday we featured the wrestlers at Laney High School. They're off to a 13-0 start. On top of that the team has a brand new practice facility. Buzz Peterson's UNCW basketball team will host a familiar non-conference foe on Saturday. Josh Rusk is no longer the South Brunswick head football coach. Plus more! Full story...
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WWAY's Wednesday night sports - November 20

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video109 points is a new school record for the Trask boys basketball team. Our game highlights on Wednesday included the slam of the young season from Rasheed Brown. Ready for the New Hanover-Hoggard football rematch? Check our game preview. The NCHSAA made yet another ruling on the Southern Vance-South Columbus ordeal. Plus more! Full story...
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WWAY's Sunday night sports - October 27

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videoWe like to catch up with area athletes when they move onto the ACC. We did that on Sunday in regard to former South Columbus Stallion Pharoah McKever who is now a freshman at NC State. The UNCW women's soccer team earned a spot in the CAA tourney on Sunday. Alabama won the Landfall Tradition. The World Series is tied at 2. Boston won 4-2 in game 4 over St.Louis. Plus more! Full story...
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WWAY's Tuesday night sports - October 22

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videoBoth UNCW basketball teams have been picked to finish in 8th place in the CAA for the upcoming hoops season. The UNCW soccer team knocked off another ACC team. The Seahawks shutout the Tar Heels on Tuesday in Chapel Hill. We had plenty of high school sports on our sportscast as usual. Trot Nixon made a World Series prediction for us. Plus more! Full story...
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WWAY's Sunday night sports - October 13

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videoThe Carolina Panthers played their best road game of the season on Sunday against the Minnesota Vikings. With a 2-3 record the Panthers are in sole possession of second place in the NFC South. WWAY's Trot Nixon compares this year's Boston Red Sox squad to the 2004 champs. The Sox won in comeback fashion on Sunday. Plus more! Full story...
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