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NCHSAA ending dead period June 15, local schools waiting district approval

High school sports across the state of North Carolina have been on hold since mid-March due to the coronavirus, but on Monday a step was taken to return to action.

NCHSAA extends dead period to June 15th, eyeing return of sports

High School athletes across the state of North Carolina have been out of sports for nearly two months now with the covid-19 outbreak. On Tuesday, the North Carolina High School Athletic Association released information on when those athletes may get to resume activities.

NCHSAA extends suspension of prep sports through May 18

The North Carolina High School Athletic Association says all athletics events will remain suspended through at least May 18 amid concerns about the coronavirus pandemic.

MEC Winter Sports All-Conference Teams

The Mideastern Conference released their 2020 end of the year awards and all-conference teams for winter sports across the Cape Fear. 

Topsail girls basketball to vacate 10 wins due to eligibility violation

The Topsail High School girls basketball team must vacate 10 wins from the 2019-2020 season following a review of eligibility by the North Carolina High School Athletic Association.  

NCHSAA votes “No” on membership bylaw changes

High School officials across the Cape Fear confirmed to WWAY on Thursday morning that the North Carolina High School Athletic Association voted no on proposed amendments to the bylaws regarding athletics. 

Most Viewed Sports Stories of 2019 on WWAY

Here are the top 10 most viewed sports stories of 2019 on WWAY News.

WWAY 5th Quarter: September 20, 2019

Highlights and final scores from week five of the high school football season.

New turf part of major renovations at North Brunswick High School

The brand new Scorpions Stadium at North Brunswick High School is finished and hosting its first game on Friday, but earlier this week we got a special tour as they added the final touches.

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Local organization seeks volunteers, funding for Masonboro Island July 4 cleanup

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Annual N. Carolina farm bill nears final lawmaker approval

The North Carolina legislature is near final approval of its annual farm bill, which includes a new method to permit operations at hog farms so they can convert liquid waste into consumer natural gas.

Hashimoto: ‘No spectators’ still possible for Tokyo Olympics

A “no-spectator" Olympics remains an option according to the president of the Tokyo Olympic organizing committee Seiko Hashimoto.