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New Hanover and Hoggard earn league wins in baseball

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videoNew Hanover and Hoggard both picked up league wins on Tuesday. New Hanover's victory over West Brunswick vaults the Wildcats to 3-1 in the Mideastern Conference. Hoggard is now 3-1 in the Mideastern too. Full story...
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Topsail ruins West Brunswick's unbeaten season

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videoWest Brunswick entered Friday's Mideastern Conference baseball showdown with Topsail sporting a perfect 8-0 record. Topsail senior, and future UNCW Seahawk, Clark Cota slammed the first pitch he saw over the fence to give Topsail a 2-0 lead. The defending 3-A state champions cruised to a 11-1 victory over West Brunswick. 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. 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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Hoggard and West Brunswick boys advance to finals of Mideastern Conference Tournament

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videoHoggard and West Brunswick both won on Thursday night in the semifinals of the Mideastern Conference Tournament for boys basketball at Brunswick Community College. The Vikings and Trojans will face each other on Friday for the conference tournament title. Full story...
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Ashley, New Hanover & West Brunswick advance in Mideastern Conference Tournament

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videoThe first round of the Mideastern Conference Tournament is complete for boys high school basketball. Ashley, New Hanover and West Brunswick won on Tuesday to advance to the semifinals later this week at Brunswick Community College. Full story...
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Tuesday's high school hoops: Vikings, Trojans, Wildcats, Scorpions & more

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We had our sports cameras out and about in order to check out Tuesday's high school basketball action. This included a stop at Hoggard where the Hoggard girls all but clinched the regular season title in the Mideastern Conference. The Hoggard boys held off West Brunswick in overtime. We also stopped by New Hanover and North Brunswick on Tuesday. Full story...
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WWAY's high school hoops: 5 gyms, 5 games from Tuesday night

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videoOn Tuesday on WWAY we featured five different basketball games at five different venues. We checked out action in Rocky Point between the undefeated East Bladen girls vs. Trask. We checked out the undefeated West Brunswick boys against Topsail. We also featured New Hanover-Laney, Harrells-Coastal Christian along with a wilder than wild finish in the Ashley-Hoggard boys basketball game. Full story...
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Hoggard wins Mideastern title in swimming; West Brunswick wrestlers remain undefeated

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videoThe Hoggard boys and girls both captured first place in swimming for the league championship in the Mideastern Conference on Wednesday. The West Brunswick wrestling team on Wednesday improved to 21-0 with a decisive victory over New Hanover. Full story...
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