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Laney High School holds student-athlete signing day

Eight Laney High School student-athletes put their pens to paper on Wednesday afternoon signing their national letters of intent to continue athletic and academic careers in college. 

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. 

Cape Fear student-athletes onto the next level with signing day

It has been anything but a normal year for high school student-athletes across the Cape Fear, but today they had a chance to return to a sense of normalcy with something that have been working towards their entire lives.

Topsail High has nine lacrosse players sign letters of intent

Topsail High School had nine student-athletes sign their national letters of intent on Tuesday night. Those athletes were all lacrosse players for the Pirates.

West Brunswick standout J’Vian McCray signs with ECU

West Brunswick football standout J'Vian McCray accomplished a life long goal last week. The senior signed his National Letter of Intent to continue his academics and football career at East Carolina University. 

Four sign letters of intent at Topsail High School

The Topsail High School Softball program continued their success on Monday night, as four Pirates signed their National letters of intent to play at the next level.

Student-Athletes sign letters of intent across the Cape Fear

There were more than 20 student-athletes across the Cape Fear that signed their national letters of intent on Wednesday.

Coastal Christian athletes onto the next level

Coastal Christian High School had four student-athletes sign their national letters of intent on Tuesday afternoon.

South Brunswick soccer duo signs to Cape Fear Community College

South Brunswick teammates Miguel Rubio and Ryland Hawksby signed their national letters of intent on Tuesday to play soccer at Cape Fear Community College.

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