make WWAY your homepage  Become a fan on facebook  Follow us on twitter  Receive RSS Newsfeeds  MEMBERS: Register | Login

NFL

Rust holding back NFL's Jonathan Cooper?

READ MORE:
videoFormer Hoggard Viking offensive lineman Jonathan Cooper missed his entire rookie season with the Arizona Cardinals after breaking his leg in a preseason game last August. Arizona Cardinals head coach Bruce Arians earlier this week said Cooper needs to shake off the rust. Cooper even admitted his level of play is not where it needs to be. Click the play video icon for a profile and the latest info on the Wilmington resident. Plus, the Burgaw Dixie Belles are rolling in Louisiana! Full story...
»

Scoreless soccer draw for Hammherheads FC; Sharks & Post 10 both lose in baseball

READ MORE:
videoIt doesn't look like Jordan Hamilton will suit up for the Wilmington Hammerheads anymore. He's no longer on loan from Toronto FC. He's now a member of Toronto FC. Without Hamilton and a handful of other players the Wilmington Hammerheads FC ended up in a scoreless draw with Arizona United SC on Friday night. Plus more! Full story...
»

Back to camp for Wilmington's Connor Barth

READ MORE:
videoTraining camp opens this week for Connor Barth and the Tampa Bay Buccaneers. The former Hoggard kicker will be the Tampa Bay kicker once again, even though Barth missed all of last season with a torn Achilles. Full story...
»

Barth brothers hold annual free football clinic; Germany defeats Argentina for World Cup title

READ MORE:
videoConnor and Casey Barth held their annual free instructional football camp on Sunday at Hoggard High School in Wilmington. Germany defeated Argentina on Sunday for the soccer championship of the world. Plus more! Full story...
»

One year later: Connor Barth, Jonathan Cooper & Jay Ross reflect on Barth's season ending injury

READ MORE:
video2013 was not a good year for NFL players from Wilmington. In fact Saturday marks the anniversary of Connor Barth's season ending injury. It was not a football related injury. Instead, it occurred on a basketball court during Jay Ross's celebrity game. We reflect with Barth, Ross and Jonathan Cooper about Barth's costly spill. Full story...
»

Barth brothers to hold free kicking camp; Wil Baumann named to watch list for national award

READ MORE:
videoConnor and Casey Barth will hold a free football kicking camp in Wilmington on Sunday afternoon at Hoggard High School. Wil Baumann, another former Hoggard football standout, made a prestigious list on Wednesday that will put the NC State punter in contention for the national punter of the year award. Plus more! Full story...
»

Digging deeper for high school state playoffs; CAA Baseball Championship starts on Wednesday

READ MORE:
videoA handful of high school teams remain in contention for the state playoffs. There will be a full slate of playoff action on Tuesday. The CAA Baseball Championship returns to Wilmington after a two year absence. The tournament starts on Wednesday at UNCW's Brooks Field. Plus more! Full story...
»

Panthers DE Hardy has bond set at $17,000

READ MORE:
A Charlotte Mecklenburg County judge has set bond for Greg Hardy at $17,000 one day after the Carolina Panthers' Pro Bowl defensive end was arrested on charges of assault on a female and communicating threats. Full story...
»

Jermaine Jones headed to NY for rookie mini-camp with New York Jets

READ MORE:
video2009 New Hanover High graduate Jermaine Jones had to walk-on for football at St. Augustine's University in Raleigh. He's now about to fly to New York for a rookie mini-camp tryout with the New York Jets. We have reaction from Jermaine Jones as his path to the NFL takes flight. Full story...
»

Weekend sports update: Hammerheads win, state track title for North Brunswick + more

READ MORE:
North Brunswick's boys track & field team won the 2-A state title over the weekend. The Wilmington Hammerheads won their second game of the season. Former New Hanover football standout Jermaine Jones is headed to New York for a tryout with the Jets + news and results involving UNCW sports. Full story...
»