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ONLY ON 3: George Steinbrenner's death touches Wilmington businessman

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video America’s favorite pastime is mourning the death of a baseball legend. George Steinbrenner, the majority owner of the New York Yankees, died Tuesday morning after suffering a heart attack. The loss is especially meaningful to a Wilmington businessman, who is extemely close with the Steinbrenner family. Full story...
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Sharks make splash with early start

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Despite the heat, the coolest Wilmington Sharks game of the season took place this morning at Buck Hardee Field. The Shark Tank was transformed into a water park for children to enjoy while the Sharks hosted the Fayetteville Swampdogs in a summer league baseball game. Full story...
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North Brunswick hires Bryan Hayes as new head basketball coach

The Scorpions have a new head basketball coach. Full story...

Legion Baseball Playoffs: Can Wilmington Post 10 reach the state title series? Can Whiteville Post 137 get there as well?

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video Whiteville Post 137 and Wilmington Post 10 are still alive in the quest for a state title in American Legion Baseball. WWAY's John Rendleman attended game one of a best of five playoff series Wednesday night between Wilmington and Morehead City. He not only attended the game, he caught up with some of the players beforehand. Full story...
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New Hanover's Freddie Jackson commits to UNCW to play for Buzz Peterson

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The Seahawks land a local product, but fans will have to wait a year in order to see Freddie Jackson play at Trask Coliseum. Jackson is a rising senior at New Hanover High School. Full story...
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Freddie Jackson Commits to UNCW

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A New Hanover High School basketball star will stay in town to play college ball. Full story...
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South Brunswick Cougar DT Terrell Stanley Commits to ECU

East Carolina is gaining a top notch defensive lineman. Full story...

John Fields says he's still a Seahawk, but he's through playing hoops at UNCW

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videoEarlier this month UNC Wilmington basketball standout John Fields decided to not play basketball this winter for the Seahawks. He plans to transfer to another division one school. Fields explained his decision to leave Wilmington to WWAY Sunday night. Full story...
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Sea Dawgs lose in overtime in CBL title game

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The Dawgs trailed by 11 points in the fourth quarter. They needed a comeback. They got it. In fact they took the lead, but Savannah forced overtime. The Wildcats ended up winning the CBL championship in overtime. Full story...
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USA goes back to not caring about soccer

That collective yawn you heard this morning was the vast majority of the United States waking up on a Sunday and not caring about the World Cup any more. Sorry, soccer fans.

World Cup fans can't wait for next USA game... right here on WWAY

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Don't forget, WWAY is proud to be your home for the FIFA World Cup. You can catch all the action through July 11 on ABC and ESPN. Team USA's next game is Saturday at 2:30 p.m. right here on WWAY. Full story...
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Sea Dawgs prepare to host championship game

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video It will be a battle of cats and dogs when the Wilmington Sea Dawgs host the Savannah Wildcats for the Continental Basketball League championship Sunday night. Full story...
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All but done: Fields leaving UNCW

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The UNC Wilmington men's basketball team was counting on John Fields to finish out his collegiate career with the Seahawks this fall, but Fields has decided to not return to UNCW. Full story...
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New UNCW coaches host campers

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The girls basketball camp concludes tomorrow at Trask Coliseum. Buzz Peterson's team camp for high school boys starts Sunday at UNC Wilmington. Full story...
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Upcoming rugby tournament attracts international field to Wilmington

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video The Cape Fear Rugby Club will host the 36th Annual Cape Fear 7's Rugby Tournament July 4th weekend. Several international teams are expected to attend the nation's largest 7's tournament of the year. Full story...
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