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High School sports make a grand return to the Cape Fear

If it feels like its been awhile since we've had high school sports, that's because it has. It has been 174 days since the last high school game took place in the Cape Fear. 

Moving football to February, NCHSAA makes changes to athletic calendar

The landscape of high school sports will be changing in the State of North Carolina this year due to the coronavirus. 

High schools fear missing out on football could bring financial issues

The high school sports season is hanging in the balance after the North Carolina High School Athletic Association pushed back the start of the athletic calendar year even further. It has schools across the Cape Fear worried about what the financial impact may look like.

High school fall sports season delayed until at least September 1

The North Carolina High School Athletic Association has delayed the start of the fall sports season until at least September 1.

NHCS student athlete tests positive for COVID-19

A student athlete at Ashley High School has tested positive for COVID-19, New Hanover County Schools announced Monday.

Wake County suspends high school sports, co-curricular activities indefinitely

Wake County schools say high school sports and co-curricular activities will be suspended indefinitely.

NCHSAA briefing leaves high school sports still up in the air

Schools across the State of North Carolina are awaiting word on whether or not students will return this fall. The decision has slowed down the process as student-athletes look to return to play. 

More planning to come before high school sports resume

The sights and sounds of sports have been missed over the past three months, with the coronavirus shutting down high school sports in mid-March. Now, schools across the state of North Carolina are preparing to get student-athletes back to practice in the coming weeks.

West Columbus standout Jagger Haynes selected by Padres in MLB Draft

Columbus County has become a hot bed for baseball over the years and now another local kid will have chance to play professionally. West Columbus High School senior Jagger Haynes was drafted on Thursday night in the 5th round of the 2020 MLB Draft by the San Diego Padres. 

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US bans WeChat, TikTok citing national security

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UNC system sees record enrollment despite pandemic

Schools in the University of North Carolina system enrolled more students than ever before this fall.