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Full Court Press: February 12, 2021

There's just one week left to go in the high school basketball regular season. Teams across the Cape Fear hit the hardwood on Friday night trying to keep their playoff hopes alive. Sports Director Tanner Barth brings you all the highlights and final scores on the Full Court Press. 

Ashley girls, Hoggard boys pickup key conference wins in doubleheader

The Ashley girls and Hoggard boys basketball teams both used strong second halves on Tuesday night to pickup much needed wins in Mideastern Conference play. 

Strong first half pushes Hoggard boys lacrosse past West Brunswick

The Hoggard boys lacrosse team jumped out to the 12-1 lead against West Brunswick at the half on Monday. The Vikings were able to use that momentum to carry them to the 19-1 season opening win.

Hoggard Volleyball advances to 3rd round, New Hanover sees season come to an end

The Hoggard Vikings kept their title hopes alive on Thursday night taking down South Central in the second round of the state tournament. New Hanover battled back and forth with Chapel Hill, but the Wildcats fell short in four sets. 

Topsail boys basketball postpones two games related to COVID-19

Pender County Schools says Topsail High School boys basketball games at Hoggard High and at Ashley High are postponed following contact tracing efforts related to COVID-19.

Ashley volleyball starts season with win over rival Hoggard

The high school volleyball season kicked off on Thursday night for both Hoggard and Ashley High School. It was a rematch of last years Mideastern Conference championship game. 

Dreams come true as Cape Fear student-athletes sign letters of intent

It was a day that over 40 student-athletes from the Cape Fear will never forget as they signed their national letters of intent to continue their athletic careers at the next level. 

Hoggard High School special needs teacher recognized as ‘Teacher of the Week’

The coronavirus pandemic has posed a number of challenges for students and teachers during the last eight months.

Sports to resume for public high schools this week

After a nearly eight month layoff, sports will return to state public high schools this week.

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