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Leon Brogden Holiday Basketball Tournament

First round complete for Brogden & WOW basketball events

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Day one of the Leon Brogden Holiday Basketball Tournament is complete on the campus of UNC Wilmington. The first day of play at the Woodmen of the World Basketball Tournament is also a wrap. Play will resume for both events on Monday. Each tournament will conclude on Tuesday. Full story...
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Full Court Press analyst Kevin Schneider has the scoop on Brogden basketball event

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videoIf you watch sports on WWAY on a regular basis you're probably familiar with the basketball teams at Ashley, Hoggard, Laney and New Hanover. Those four schools will all be participating in this weekend's Leon Brogden Holiday Tournament. On Thursday night WWAY Full Court Press analyst Kevin Schneider filled in the blanks on the four out of town teams that will be participating in the three day event on the UNCW campus. Full story...
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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 Wednesday night sports - December 25

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videoTis the season for holiday hoops. Around here holiday basketball tournament action will start on Thursday. We have our eyes on three different holiday events: Leon Brogden Holiday Tournament, Nathan Gay Holiday Basketball Tournament and Woodmen of the World Christmas Tournament. Full story...
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Brogden Tournament Update

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video The 2012 Leon Brogden Holiday Tournament is over. Ashley High School is the girls champion. Hoke County captured the boys tittle. Full story...
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Friday night holiday hoops; Brogden Tourney and more

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videoThe campus of UNC Wilmington was the place to be on Friday for day two action from the Leon Brogden Holiday Basketball Tournament. WWAY is proud to be the presenting sponsor for the tournament. We've posted Friday scores, plus the pairings for Saturday's action for the Brogden event. Click the video icon in order to see Friday's Full Court Press. Full story...
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It's a Brogden first round recap! -- WWAY's Thursday night sports - Dec. 27

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videoThursday's action from the Leon Brogden Holiday Basketball Tournament is in the books. All four of the girls teams from Wilmington won. Only two of the four boys teams from Wilmington will be able to move onto the winner's bracket on Friday. We have first round highlights, postgame reaction, scores and pairings for Friday. Plus scores from other regional holiday tournaments. Full story...
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Brackets set for 2012 Brogden holiday tournament

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video This year's Leon Brogden Holiday Basketball Tournament will be a whole lot different than previous Brogden tournaments. It's no longer just a boys basketball event. There will be boys and girls action this year at Trask Coliseum and Hanover Hall during the week between Christmas and New Years. Full story...
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Hoggard, New Hanover meet in Brogden Tournament championship

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video Hoggard and New Hanover will meet on Wednesday night at UNCW's Trask Coliseum. The championship of the 18th Annual Leon Brogden Holiday Basketball Tournament is at stake. This will be the first time New Hanover and Hoggard have faced each other in the Brogden championship game since 1994. New Hanover won that year by a single point. Full story...
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Brogden Basketball Tournament tips off Monday

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video The Leon Brogden Holiday Tournament features eight high school basketball teams, four from Wilmington and four from out of town. It's a fun hoops event that fits right in the middle of the holiday season. In fact it starts the day after Christmas on the campus of UNCW. Full story...
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