Mark Armstrong
ABC11 6 p.m. and 11 p.m. Sports Director Mark Armstrong joined Eyewitness News in October 2004.

Prior to arriving at Eyewitness News, Mark's sports segments were seen nationally via Sinclair Broadcasting's NewsCentral operation in Baltimore. Mark hosted the Utah Jazz's afternoon call-in and pre- and postgame shows in Salt Lake City, as well as freelance anchoring television sports there.

A native of Toronto, Canada, Mark attended the University of Western Ontario and the University of Utah.

Mark is happily married and Dad to twin boys who try daily to cripple him.

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The rosters were largely intact from last year's State-Carolina throwdown, but the result could not have been more different Saturday at Carter-Finley.
The Panthers had no problems handling the Cowboys on Thankgiving - beating them 33-14 in Dallas to extend their perfect record to 11-0
Can the impossibly charismatic Cam Newton and his Panthers keep this less and less impossible seeming undefeated season alive?
Tyler Ulis had 18 points and six assists, and No. 2 Kentucky used its speed and athleticism to hold off No. 5 Duke for a 74-63 victory in the Champions Classic on Tuesday night.
This year, like every year, has the potential to be a banner season in Triangle basketball.