Cape Fear News Network

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Welcome to the Cape Fear News Network

Our mission is to bring you the latest news from Cape Fear High School. We cover everything going on in the classroom, in the hallways, on the fields and on the courts. Our site is designed for Cape Fear Students, but we welcome teachers, alumni, parents, grandparents and all other friends of Cape Fear! Please feel free to enjoy our weekly articles, weather reports, sportscasts, podcasts, feature articles and columns. Colt Nation remains strong thanks to its great students and community support!

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Weekly comic:

Stuck in Rewind

CFNN Reporter ALexis Fowler I’ve wanted to be a photographer since the 8th grade, and for the last 4 years I’ve been working toward that goal. Recently I’ve realized despite all of my effort, it might not be enough. Even though I consider myself a hard worker, the odds are stacked against me. 75% of […]

Girls Basketball Comes Up Short In Home Opener

CFNN Reporter Grace Sherbert The Lady Colts took to the hardwood Friday night for the first time this season in their home opener. Although they came up a bit short in their first game against E.E Smith, there was a large crowd on hand, expectations were high, and the girls performed well. Unfortunately, the Lady […]

Women with Autism

CFNN Reporter Ava Nelson The internet has a fascination with autism and how different it presents in women. Gen z has taken to tiktok to inform and learn about this neurodivergence. This generation has finally started to try to break down the social stigma around mental illness and neurodivergent disorders. They have used the platforms […]



It’s basketball season and Cape Fear is off to a great start with the boy’s junior varsity team. Cape Fears young ballers really went all out last night with a winning score of 67-50 against The E.E. Smith Bulls. Our freshmen players really gave their all last night, especially Damien Gary who lead the team with 23 points.

We were able to talk to some of our players, and everyone mentioned that Damien was the MVP. He improved from the last time I seen him play, and he did well as a true point guard.” said Jaylen. Having winning the first game will encourage our players to continue and on the right path.