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Open House at the Jap Davis Field House at New Hanover High School

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video It's not a new field house, but it sure looks that way. The Jap Davis Field House is now the premier field house in New Hanover County. Full story...
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Meadowlark Lemon brings team to his hometown

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Next week the "Clown Prince of Basketball" will come home to the Port City. Meadowlark Lemon's Harlem All-Star squad will play two games at the Schwartz Center in Downtown Wilmington. Full story...
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Out-of-town teams beat Wilmington once again at the BB&T Jamboree

None of the Wilmington teams won Friday night at the 24th Annual BB&T Jamboree at Legion Stadium in Wilmington. The scoreboard said it all. 63-21 is a victory for the out-of-town teams. Full story...

Cooper-Dyke enters hoops hall; Jordan in again

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For the second year in a row, the induction ceremony at the Naismith Memorial Basketball Hall of Fame in Massachusetts tonight will have a big connection to the Port City. New UNCW women's basketball coach Cynthia Cooper-Dyke, the WNBA's first superstar, is among the new members being enshrined. Wilmington's Michael Jordan, who entered the Hall last year, will be enshrined again as part of the 1992 Olympic "Dream Team." Full story...
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Tindal enters second year as Ashley head football coach

videoYear one is behind Jason Tindal and as he says, the honeymoon is over. The Eagles will again look to throw the ball around more than most, hopefully that will help lead them into the state playoffs as November rolls around. Full story...

New Hanover replacing many Wildcats for 2010 season

videoThe Wildcats played their best football of the season come playoff time last year. They were just one step short of playing for the state championship. More than likely, it will be a different story in 2010. Full story...

When will your favorite high school football team be featured on WWAY?

WWAY will showcase the 16 high school football teams in our 5-county television market with a pre-season story on each school. Some teams are loaded. Some teams are rebuilding. Some aren't sure how good they are. WWAY will profile all 16 in early August. Click on the full story for the broadcast schedule. Full story...