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High School Football

Pender moves home game vs. Whiteville after vandalism to field

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The Pender High School football team will play a home game away from home Friday because of damage to the football field. Full story...
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Burlington football player dies days after big win

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A North Carolina high school quarterback has died just days after leading his team to victory. Full story...
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Week # 2 - High School Football Scoreboard

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Week number two started a day early this week due to the anticipated arrival of Hurricane Irene. Click full story in order to see all the scores from Thursday & Friday night from around North Carolina. Due to Friday's rain several games in the Raleigh area were not played. Full story...
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Football games rescheduled because of Irene

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The forecast path of Hurricane Irene is already making an impact on southeastern North Carolina, specifically on the gridiron. The vast majority of the high schools in our area have already decided to play one night earlier this week. Full story...
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Week # 1 - High School Scoreboard

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Week number one is complete on the high school football scene. Click full story in order to see all the scores from Friday night from around North Carolina. Full story...
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5TH QUARTER: Rain delay, lightning delay & power outage at BB&T Jamboree, but well worth the wait

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video The 25th Annual BB&T Jamboree started late, but it turned out to be a wild and woolly night with a lot of scoring at Legion Stadium. Full story...
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ONLY ON 3: Pro football coach wants special athlete on his team

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video A high school football player with Down syndrome is being offered the chance of a lifetime: to be part of a professional football team. Full story...
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NCHSAA: No rule change for special athlete

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The North Carolina High School Athletic Association says Brett Bowden can still lead the team onto the field, but only as a student manager or student coach. He will not be able to wear equipment. Full story...
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5th Quarter co-host Trot Nixon is guest speaker at BB&T Football Jamboree luncheon

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videoThe 25th annual BB&T Football Jamboree kicks off at Legion Stadium in Wilmington Friday. All 10 head coaches got together Tuesday for a media luncheon. WWAY’s 5th quarter co-host Trot Nixon was the keynote speaker. Full story...
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Age rule ends special athlete's football career

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video One special high school athlete's true love is being taken away from him. Brett Bowden will no longer be able to play football because of his age, and no exception is going to be made despite his incredible story. Full story...
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Two-a-Days on WWAY: High school football previews continue

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The start of the high school football season is rapidly approaching. We already have our cameras out and about capturing the sights and sounds of high school football practice throughout the region. Find out when we'll preview your favorite team inside. Full story...
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FIRST ON 3: West Columbus football coach quits after only four months

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West Columbus High School Football Coach T.J. Spivey announced today that's he resigning his position. Spivey texted the news to WWAY's John Rendleman while at the annual East/West game in Greensboro this week. Full story...
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High school football star busted on drug charges

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video A high school football star has been busted on drug charges. Omar Carr of Wallace-Rose Hill was arrested Monday after turning himself into the magistrate's office in Kenansville. Full story...
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Teen dies after being found shot in head in crash

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Authorities say an 18-year-old who played quarterback for Pine Forest High School in Fayetteville has been killed. Full story...
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WCU football holds camp to check out local players

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videoUsually high school athletes looking to play at the next level would have to go to a college camp to showcase their skills. Instead Western Carolina came to them. Full story...
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