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New Hanover Wildcats fall short in 4-A eastern football title game

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videoNew Hanover's dream season is over. Harnett Central beat New Hanover 17-7 Saturday afternoon in the eastern 4-A state title game. Spread the word that the Coach's Corner is the place to be for extensive coverage of this state playoff contest. That's 11:30 Sunday morning. Full story...
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Preview of Friday night playoff football

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videoKickoff is hours away for East Bladen High School, but it is still more than a day away for New Hanover High School. WWAY's John Rendleman has a preview of the weekend's big Eastern Championship games for high school football. Full story...
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Update: New Hanover/Harnett Central game officially moved to Saturday

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The New Hanover High School football game against Harnett Central will be played on Saturday instead of Friday for the State 4-A Eastern Championship. Full story...
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Hoggard takes to the court for home debut

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videoIt was the home opener for both girl’s and boy’s basketball at Hoggard Tuesday night. WWAY’s Jesse Jones has the scoop. Full story...
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Playoff Preview: Round 3 of high school football

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videoThe third round of the high school football playoffs kicks off Friday night with a handful of teams from the Cape Fear region still in the hunt for a state title. WWAY's John Rendleman has a preview of the playoff match-ups. Full story...
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Interesting match-ups for Round Two of high school football playoffs

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videoThe second round of the high school football playoffs kicks off Friday night all around the Cape Fear region. WWAY's John Rendleman has a preview of the key match-ups. Full story...
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Seahawks test well in NCAA's GSR Report

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For the second year in a row, UNC Wilmington's sports teams have posted a graduation success rate of 90 percent. That includes eight teams with a perfect 100 percent mark in the NCAA's litmus test for academic success. Full story...
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