How about those first place Wilmington Sharks! They fell behind early, but we were there when the Sharks rallied for the win on Thursday night.
MacKenzie Gore is a rising senior at Whiteville High School. We recently had a chance to talk with Wolfpack head coach baseball coach Brett Harwood about Gore's schedule which has him pitching from New York to San Diego.
The Wilmington Sharks are now tied for first place in the Coastal Plain League and on a roll.
This just be the year of the Shark. It's certainly looking that way for the Wilmington Sharks.
Can the Leland 8 and under state championship team continue their roll? They have their sights set on Mississippi where they hope to claim the Dixie Youth World Series title.
The Wilmington Sharks are certainly playing like a first place team. They may end up being a first place team by the end of the weekend.
Want to see Grant Koch hit a home run? Want to see Connor Riley do his thing on the mound for the Wilmington Sharks?
Did a football game break out at the Shark Tank on Thursday night when the lights went out? See for yourself.
Whiteville pitcher Mackenzie Gore will be playing baseball in San Diego next month.
The Peninsula Pilots clearly came to play on Wednesday night against the Wilmington Sharks. The Sharks hope for a better result Thursday night at home.