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Local football teams ranked in latest AP Poll

Two Cape Fear area teams find themselves ranked inside the top 10 in the latest Associated Press High School football poll. 

WWAY 5th Quarter: September 20, 2019

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

Local football players selected to the Shrine Bowl of the Carolinas

There will be three football players from the Cape Fear representing the area this winter in the illustrious Shrine Bowl of the Carolinas. 

Team of the Week: Wallace-Rose Hill Bulldogs

The Wallace-Rose Hill Bulldogs are this weeks 5th Quarter Team of the Week.

WWAY 5th Quarter Aug. 17, 2018

14 area teams played, 9 games highlighted, 4 full quarters of action and you saw it all in one place: the 5th Quarter!

WWAY 5th Quarter Aug. 10, 2018

Football fans rejoice, your favorite sport is back! The 2018 5th Quarter season kicked off with highlights from the BB&T Jamboree.

Five football teams scrimmage at Wallace-Rose Hill

The defending state champion Wallace-Rose Hill Bulldogs opened their doors for a five-team scrimmage tonight featuring East Duplin, East Bladen, South Columbus and Ashley.

UNC Football excited about addition of Javonte Williams

Javonte Williams caught the attention of the UNC staff in the state championship game and Fedora has nothing but good to say about him still.

Jeremiah Castille Character Camp teaches life lessons to players

It was back to the gridiron for several area schools today in Bulldog country. But this football camp wasn't just about x's and o's, the athletes learned lessons of character and respect to grow as teammates and people.

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