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Wilmington Hammerheads

Saturday sports roundup: Tigers, Hammerheads, Sharks, Lori Beth Adams & Post 10 updates

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The Wilmington Hammerheads were victorious on the road on Saturday night. The Hammerheads return home this coming Friday for their next USL Pro contest. Other results on Saturday were mixed, yet recent UNCW grad Lori Beth Adams put on a show for golf fans in Pinehurst. Plus more! Full story...
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Hammerheads FC can't find the back of the net; Sharks defeat the RedWolves at the Shark Tank

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videoThe Wilmington Hammerheads haven't won a soccer game since late May. They were hoping that would change on Friday night in Pennsylvania, but the Harrisburg City Islanders and the Hammerheads ended up with a scoreless draw. The Hammerheads will face Rochester on Saturday night in New York. The Wilmington Sharks did win though. The Sharks beat the Florence RedWolves with the addition of a new player from UNCW. Plus more! Full story...
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Rocky Lewis named head football coach at East Columbus; Sharks lose & more

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videoIt didn't take long for East Columbus High to name a new head football coach. Rocky Lewis, son of legendary Clinton head coach Bob Lewis, will take over the Gators. The Wilmington Sharks lost on the road on Wednesday, but they'll be back at home on Thursday for a doubleheader. Plus more! Full story...
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Wilmington Tigers win season opener; Sharks & Hammerheads both lose on Saturday

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The Wilmington Hammerheads and Wilmington Sharks suffered setbacks on Saturday night, but the Wilmington Tigers were victorious. In fact Saturday's game was the season opener for the Tigers. Full story...
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Sharks edge SwampDogs with come from behind win on 'WWAY Night'

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videoThe Wilmington Sharks defeated the Fayetteville SwampDogs on Wednesday night at Buck Hardee Field. The road game on Thursday for the Sharks is up in the air. The status of Thursday's home soccer game for the Wilmington Hammerheads will be decided on Thursday morning. Full story...
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Another draw for Hammerheads in league play

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The Wilmington Hammerheads recorded another draw on Saturday night. In fact it's the second tie this month between the Richmond Kickers and the Wilmington Hammerheads. Full story...
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Hammerheads partner with Cape Fear Soccer Club; USA football clinic to be held at West Bladen on Saturday

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videoWilmington Hammerheads FC has a new partnership with the largest youth club in our region. The Hammerheads are excited about the new partnership, but the players appear to be more focused on their next game. Wilmington will host Richmond at Legion Stadium on Saturday night. A free, one-day clinic that's designed to introduce children to football will be held at West Bladen High on Saturday morning. The clinic will feature Richard Howell, the assistant strength and conditioning coach for the Indianapolis Colts. Full story...
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Wilmington soccer fans happy despite USA loss

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video The US team could not come up with a win, but it did enough to advance. They also got a lot of people to miss work or take an extended lunch. Full story...
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Hammerheads tie Chicago; Sharks win

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For the second Saturday in a row the Wilmington Hammerheads came from behind to force a 2-2 outcome. The Chicago Fire reserve team leaves town with a 2-2 score against the Hammerheads. Elsewhere, the Wilmington Sharks beat Petersburg on Saturday. Full story...
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Fred Lynch Invitational tips off on Monday; three day event honors former Laney hoops coach

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videoThe Fred Lynch Invitational tips off on Monday at six different locations in New Hanover County. 50 high school basketball teams will be competing in the three day event. The Ashley boys basketball team won't be competing in the event as the Screaming Eagles are in the middle of a coaching change. Ashley will formally introduce their new boys basketball coach on Monday though. Plus more! Full story...
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