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North Carolina news from Thursday, June 4, 2020

- Spanish explorers landed in Currituck County 500 years ago looking for gold, a good port and maybe a place to settle. In the process, however, they left behind some small, sturdy horses that were able to thrive in the harsh habitat — and become one of the Outer Banks' biggest tourist attractions. The Corolla Wild Horse Fund and the Museum of the Albemarle are making exhibits and producing an...

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- Due to coronavirus pandemic, the North Carolina Coaches Association Board of Directors announced Thursday it was canceling the East-West All-Star Games and Coaches clinic. It was a unanimous decision by the board. The soccer, basketball and football games are the highlights of the week during the clinic. Because of uncertainty with the spread of COVID-19, government regulations and the loss of nor...

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- Mia Hamm became a soccer icon at North Carolina. A four-time champion, record-shattering icon that helped the Tar Heels cement their status as a college soccer dynasty. But before she stepped on a field at UNC, she was already changing the game. In 1987, Hamm was not like most 15-year-olds. Most teens spend their afternoons consumed by homework or an extra curricular activity. Hamm fulfilled ...

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- The stock of Millard North's five-star prospect Hunter Sallis continues to rise nationally as he is currently ranked in the top ten at his position. The rising senior combo guard in the 2021 class stands 6 foot-4 and weighs in at 165 pounds. Hunter Sallis is a consensus 5-star recruit per 247 composite. The site's composite listing ranks him No. 19 nationally, No. 2 at his position of comb...

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- Myron Medcalf ESPN Staff Writer Close Covers college basketball Joined ESPN.com in 2011 Graduate of Minnesota State University, Mankato Follow on Twitter Led by Len Bias' 35 points, Maryland upset No. 1 North Carolina, 77-72 in overtime, at the Dean Dome on Feb. 20, 1986, a game that will re-air on ESPN, WatchESPN and the ESPN App at 8 p.m. ET Tuesday. It was the first time North Carolina had ...

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- For four hours Tuesday night, ESPN is honoring and examining the legacy of former Maryland basketball star Len Bias. The network's lineup features a one-hour SportsCenter special, one of Bias' most legendary performances and the 30 for 30 documentary on Bias first released in 2009. Bias blossomed into a superstar during his four years at Maryland, winning ACC Player of the Year twice and g...

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North Carolina news from Wednesday, June 3, 2020

- Spanish explorers landed in Currituck County 500 years ago looking for gold, a good port and maybe a place to settle. In the process, however, they left behind some small, sturdy horses that were able to thrive in the harsh habitat — and become one of the Outer Banks' biggest tourist attractions. The Corolla Wild Horse Fund and the Museum of the Albemarle are making exhibits and producing an...

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- Due to coronavirus pandemic, the North Carolina Coaches Association Board of Directors announced Thursday it was canceling the East-West All-Star Games and Coaches clinic. It was a unanimous decision by the board. The soccer, basketball and football games are the highlights of the week during the clinic. Because of uncertainty with the spread of COVID-19, government regulations and the loss of nor...

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- Mia Hamm became a soccer icon at North Carolina. A four-time champion, record-shattering icon that helped the Tar Heels cement their status as a college soccer dynasty. But before she stepped on a field at UNC, she was already changing the game. In 1987, Hamm was not like most 15-year-olds. Most teens spend their afternoons consumed by homework or an extra curricular activity. Hamm fulfilled ...

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North Carolina news from Tuesday, June 2, 2020

- Mia Hamm became a soccer icon at North Carolina. A four-time champion, record-shattering icon that helped the Tar Heels cement their status as a college soccer dynasty. But before she stepped on a field at UNC, she was already changing the game. In 1987, Hamm was not like most 15-year-olds. Most teens spend their afternoons consumed by homework or an extra curricular activity. Hamm fulfilled ...

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