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Submitted by John Rendleman on Thu, 08/29/2013 - 10:49pm.READ MORE:
South Carolina defeated North Carolina in the 2013 college football opener on Thursday night. The Carolina Panthers finished the preseason with a winning record for only the third time in team history. Former South Columbus quarterback Pharoah McKever will be redshirting for NC State this season in football. Check out our week two high school football preview. Plus more! Full story...
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We honored Ashley High School with our high school football team of the week award on Wednesday. New Hanover football coach Kevin Motsinger provided insight to WWAY on Wednesday on the upcoming Clash of the Carolinas in Myrtle Beach. We also checked in with UNC's Larry Fedora and NC State's Dave Doeren as both coaches prepare for their season openers on the college gridiron. Plus more! Full story...
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It's the next to last day for our "Two-A-Days". We featured Laney and Whiteville on Wednesday on WWAY. The East Carolina Pirates will be without two wide receivers this season. Two players were ruled ineligible for the season due to academic reasons. Former East Bladen Eagle Desmond Bryant continues to show generosity for the Eagle football program. Plus more! Full story...
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Wilmington Post 10 is just one win away from making an appearance at the American Legion World Series. Jason Dufner captured the PGA Championship on Sunday. The East Carolina football team received a special visitor from Wilmington at practice this week. Plus more! Full story...
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The Wilmington Hammerheads picked up a must win game on the road on Sunday, but the Hammerheads are going to need outside help to make the playoffs even if Wilmington wins the final three games of the regular season. Only one game remains for the Wilmington Sharks in regular season play. The playoffs start on Wednesday for the Sharks. The bracket is set for Post 10. The SE Regionals begin on Thursday. Plus more! Full story...