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Carolina Panthers award uniform grants

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videoTwo of our area high schools will be receiving game-worn and practice-worn pants from the Carolina Panthers. Pants will be heading to 23 high school football teams in the Carolinas. This includes East Columbus High School and South Brunswick High School. Full story...
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State 3rd round wraps, Hoggard girls advance

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videoThird round play is now complete for the high school basketball state playoffs. We featured game action on Tuesday night from five different venues. We had eight local teams hitting the court, but the only squad from our area that gets to move on is the girls team at Hoggard. Full story...
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Which local high school squads are left in the state basketball playoffs?

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What area high school basketball teams are still alive in the state basketball playoffs? We have the answer. On top of that we have the times for third round state playoff games involving local teams in our region. Regional game times for Fayetteville later in the week are out as well. Full story...
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WWAY's Full Court Press - Feb. 27

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videoWe had a full slate of high school basketball state playoff action on WWAY on Friday night. It included a wild scene at West Bladen High where a bat interrupted play just after the playoff game at West Bladen tipped off. We also showcased playoff action between Hoggard-Overhills and East Columbus-Whiteville. Plus, we featured the plays of the year for girls basketball. Full story...
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WWAY's Full Court Press - Feb. 20

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videoConference tournament week is over in high school basketball. Hoggard High pulled off a sweep on Friday in the Mideastern Conference winning both the boys and girls basketball tournament title. Whiteville won the boys title in the Three Rivers Conference. East Columbus won the girls championship. On top of that, Friday's Full Court Press showcased the plays of the 2014-15 high school basketball season for boys. Check it out! Full story...
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WWAY's Full Court Press - Feb. 13

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videoFriday's Full Court Press had more than its fair share of game action. It also had a recruiting feel to it with BigShots VP Kevin Schneider providing the latest information on the top senior high school basketball players from our region. Full story...
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WWAY's Full Court Press - Jan. 9

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videoWe had a slammin' night of basketball on Friday's Full Court Press. We showcased games from all around the region. This includes West Brunswick edging Hoggard to remain undefeated and a whole lot more! Full story...
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WWAY's Full Court Press - Dec. 12

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videoFriday marked the return of Chasity Melvin to WWAY's Full Court Press. The NC State Hall of Famer made a guest appearance on Friday. This season's analyst, Kevin Schneider, had a previous basketball commitment to fulfill. We showcased a slew of basketball action on the Full Court Press. This included game action from Hoggard-New Hanover, Whiteville-East Columbus and much more including another football state championship for Wallace-Rose Hill. Full story...
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Eagles sweep Gators in East Bladen-East Columbus basketball matchup

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videoVeteran boys basketball head coach Ken Cross picked up another victory on Thursday night. He's inching closer to 700 career wins with every breath. The East Bladen girls were dominant in their victory over East Columbus. Lacey Suggs tied a career high with 32 points on Thursday night. Full story...
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'Meet the Seahawks' for UNCW basketball & head coach Kevin Keatts

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videoMedia Day, one of the long traditions in college basketball, took place on Wednesday for Kevin Keatts and the 2014-15 UNCW Seahawks. We were there in order to check out this year's team. Former South Columbus football standout Ethan Farmer says the UNC Tar Heel defense will continue to make progress. Former East Columbus football standout Joe Gore will have to sit out the next two games for the Clemson Tigers. Plus more sports! Full story...
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