Mark Armstrong - Sports anchor at ABC11 WTVD
ABC11 6 p.m. and 11 p.m. Sports Anchor Mark Armstrong joined Eyewitness News in October 2004.

Prior to arriving at ABC11, 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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Mark's Stories
Lured away from UNC, Payton Wilson is now a defensive force for NC State
NC State coach Dave Doeren said his budding star linebacker is a throwback. He just seems a bit bigger and meaner than most.
'Not going to happen again': UNC looks to rebound from nightmare season
There's still a palpable disbelief around the Tar Heels hoops program that things went so far off the rails last year at 14-19, even more so, there's a determination to never let it happen again.
SAS Championship has 'different' feel but plenty of top golf
It's the 20th anniversary of the SAS Championship at Prestonwood in Cary, a notable milestone for one of the signature events on the Champions Tour. The party would be on but for the pandemic.
GRACE Christian School happy to be playing football, making memories
The GRACE Christian Eagles are fresh off a 2019 State 8-man Football Championship. While they are certainly eager to defend that title, the Eagles are mostly just happy to be playing at all.
Cleveland High football star adjusts to being recruited virtually
Since the COVID-19 pandemic, national-level recruit Omarion Hampton and the hordes of hopeful college coaches do all their relationship-building online.
Reenergized, UNC women's hoops looks for a resurgence
With the No. 2-ranked recruiting class currently in the country, UNC women's basketball coach Courtney Banghart is well on her way. That's despite being on the job for barely more than one season.
A year after fearing for his life, Canes' new voice has reason to smile
Mike Maniscalco has traveled a winding road to his new gig as play-by-play man for the Hurricanes.
'I'll never get over this': John Forslund on life after Canes
John Forslund loved everything about being the voice of the Hurricanes. Though he faces an uncertain future, the impact he left continues to be felt in the hockey community.
Uncut platform gives college athletes a voice beyond sports
UNC student Luke Buxton created Uncut as a way for athletes to share their whole selves and it quickly spread to other campuses, including Duke and Appalachian State.
New Raleigh racquet sports complex will be world's largest
The "Swing" racket and paddle facility near Brier Creek will house 76 courts in all manner of tennis surfaces and much more.