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Mike Hogewood, renowned local sportscaster for WFMY, dead at 63

Mike Hogewood, renowned local sportscaster for WFMY, dead at 63

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Mike Hogewood (left) talks with Debbie Antonelli (right) in a television broadcast at the ACC Women’s Tournament during the game between Clemson and Virginia at the Greensboro Coliseum in Greensboro, N.C., Thursday, March 1, 2007.

GREENSBORO — Sportscaster Mike Hogewood passed away on Wednesday. He was 63.

Hogewood was well-known in the Piedmont Triad, working on many ACC sports broadcasts primarily with Raycom Sports.

He also did play-by-play for Fox Sports South and various other networks.

Prior to becoming a freelance announcer, Hogewood worked for many years as the sports director and as a morning news anchor at WFMY.

Hogewood briefly worked as the sports director at WGHP in the late 1980s.

Many took to Twitter to share their memories of Hogewood:

Hogewood was also active in the Greensboro theater community, acting in many plays over the years.

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