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Seahawk coaches take Shots From The Heart

video Two UNCW men's basketball coaches are putting their hoops skills to work for the American Heart Association. Full story...

East Bladen football stadium will undergo name change at next home game to honor football coach Lenon Fisher

Novemeber 5th will be a special night for football fans in Elizabethtown. Full story...

UCLA captures Landfall Tradition

Perfect weather, perfect conditions, perfect golf comeback. The UCLA Bruins outplayed Duke on Sunday to claim the 9th Annual Landfall Tradition. The tournament is one of the premier women's collegiate golf events in the nation. Full story...

State playoffs begin on Saturday for high school volleyball

It's playoff time for girls high school volleyball. First round action begins Saturday. The home team determines the game time for first round playoff action. Full story...

UNCW lands another verbal commitment in men's basketball

The 2011 recruiting class is starting to fill out for Buzz Peterson. Full story...

Sheila Boles honored by NCHSAA

Former Hoggard High School Athletics Director Sheila Boles has been awarded a "Special Person Award" from the North Carolina High School Athletic Association. Full story...

Duke nips UNCW in soccer match featuring two nationally ranked teams

video The 23rd ranked UNCW men's soccer team hosted the 11th ranked Duke Blue Devils Tuesday night. A record breaking crowd saw the Seahawks lose 1-0. Full story...

Week # 5 - high school football preview

Are you ready for some football? WWAY is. We've got a preview of some of the games slated to be played on Friday night. Full story...

UNCW releases men's basketball schedule

Buzz Peterson and the UNCW Seahawks will open the 2010-2011 men's basketball season against the Florida Gators in Gainesville, Florida on November 12th. UNCW will face Liberty at home just four days later. Full story...

Out-of-town teams beat Wilmington once again at the BB&T Jamboree

None of the Wilmington teams won Friday night at the 24th Annual BB&T Jamboree at Legion Stadium in Wilmington. The scoreboard said it all. 63-21 is a victory for the out-of-town teams. Full story...

Scorpions ready to sting

video The North Brunswick Scorpions are about ready for the 2010 season. They open the slate on August 20 against West Carteret as the prepare for Waccamaw Conference action. Please click on video icon for a complete preview. Full story...

New Hanover replacing many Wildcats for 2010 season

videoThe Wildcats played their best football of the season come playoff time last year. They were just one step short of playing for the state championship. More than likely, it will be a different story in 2010. Full story...

Tindal enters second year as Ashley head football coach

videoYear one is behind Jason Tindal and as he says, the honeymoon is over. The Eagles will again look to throw the ball around more than most, hopefully that will help lead them into the state playoffs as November rolls around. Full story...

It's back to respect for the Knights of West Bladen High School

video This is Pat Byrd's first season as the head coach of the West Bladen Knights. Last year Byrd was an assistant coach under Raymond Marlowe. Veteran coach Raymond Marlowe retired a few months ago and Byrd is looking to use his enthusiasm and football knowledge to turn the Knights into a winning program. Click the play video icon to view WWAY's pre-season story on the West Bladen Knights. Full story...

It's quality over quantity for the West Columbus football team

video Dennis Bannick is entering his second season as the head football coach of the West Columbus Vikings. This year he actually attended the first day of practice. He missed the first few days last year due to the fact he wasn't hired to coach West Columbus until August 4th, 2009. Click the play video icon in order to see WWAY's pre-season story on the West Columbus Vikings. Full story...