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Holiday high school basketball: Brogden and WOW events both tip off on Saturday

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videoThe Leon Brogden Holiday Basketball Tournament will be held on the campus of UNC Wilmington this weekend. The three day event will start on Saturday, December 27th. It'll wrap up on Tuesday, December 30th. Those are the same dates for the Woodmen of the World Basketball Tournament at West Bladen High School. Full story...
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WWAY's Full Court Press - Dec. 19

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videoFriday's Full Court Press on WWAY featured a basketball doubleheader at Brogden Hall between New Hanover and Ashley. It turned out to be a Wildcat type of night with New Hanover winning both the boys and the girls game. We unveiled the "Full Court Press Watch List" for the first time this season. The list will likely change as the season progresses. Plus more! Full story...
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Teacher of the Week: Carla Simon

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videoCarla Simon has only lived in the Cape Fear area for nine months, but she has already discovered a classroom of students that inspire her. 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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East Bladen girls and West Bladen boys remain undefeated in basketball

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videoDespite the short distance teams from New Hanover County rarely travel to Bladen County to play basketball, but Ashley High did make the trip on Monday night in order to face East Bladen. We also made the trip in order to check out hoops from two different locations: Ashley vs. East Bladen and South Columbus vs. West Bladen. Full story...
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Ashley's Web Guthrie picks up first win as a high school varsity head coach

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videoA fair number of high school basketball teams opened the season on Tuesday night. We had game action involving Ashley, Cape Fear Academy and Wilmington Christian Academy. In fact Ashley boys head basketball coach Webster Guthrie picked up a win in his first game as the head coach of the Screaming Eagles. Plus, we stopped by a letter of intent ceremony at North Brunswick on Tuesday. Full story...
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First round of boys soccer playoffs complete

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videoThe first round of the soccer playoffs concluded on Wednesday night all around the state. The majority of our local squads won. Winners advance to the second round of the state playoffs later this week. Plus, we checked in with former UNCW Seahawk basketball standout Adam Smith on Wednesday. Smith now plays basketball at Virginia Tech. Full story...
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Four local teams advance in volleyball state playoffs; New Hanover wins league soccer title

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videoHoggard, Pender, South Columbus and Wilmington Christian all won state playoff volleyball games on Thursday night. Odds are we'll have at least one state champion from the area this year. On Thursday New Hanover won the boys soccer crown for the Mideastern Conference. We were there for that too. Plus, the Landfall Tradition tees off on Friday. Prior to the event we caught up with UNCW Seahawk golfer Kayla Thompson. The UNCW freshman is a graduate of West Bladen High. Full story...
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What's new with Keith Rendleman? Lots

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videoKeith Rendleman is one of the best basketball players to ever suit up for UNCW. One day his jersey may hang high in the rafters at Trask Coliseum. Rendleman had a knack for slam dunks and rebounds and he's taking his talents to ???. Full story...
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Ashley running back suspended after latest arrest

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videoAshley High School's football team won't have its starting running back when the Screaming Eagles travel to South Brunswick Friday night. Full story...
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