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Purchase is complete for Minor League Baseball’s return to Kinston

Kinston, a town rich with summer baseball tradition, will field a Minor League Baseball team in 2017.
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NCAA sets Oct. 28 hearing date for UNC in academic case

North Carolina is scheduled to appear before an NCAA infractions committee panel Oct. 28.
New Hanover beat Hoggard at Legion Stadium on October 6, 2015. (Photo Jesse Jones/WWAY)
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Who you got? Hoggard or New Hanover tonight?

The annual New Hanover-Hoggard showdown will be held tonight at Hoggard High School. We talked with both head coaches to get their take on the rivalry.
New Hanover's Juan Wray prepares to head the ball on September 29, 2016. (Photo John Rendleman/WWAY)
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New Hanover soccer team edges Hoggard

Hoggard suffered its first conference setback on Thursday night in high school boys soccer.
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Schedule is out for UNCW baseball team

When UNCW hosts Coastal Carolina in 2017 it will be the first time the UNCW baseball team will host a defending national champion.
UNCW players Craig Ponder, Denzel Ingram and Chris Flemings talk to reporters on March 16, 2016, ahead of their NCAA tournament game against Duke. (Photo: WTVD)
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Defending CAA champs open practice on Friday at Trask Coliseum

Practice officially starts on Friday for the UNCW men's basketball team.
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It’s official: Hammerheads will compete in PDL in 2017, not USL

What's long been rumored and reported is now official: The Wilmington Hammerheads are changing leagues.
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CFCC women’s soccer team wins again; UNCW men get rained out

We have two nationally ranked collegiate soccer teams in the Port City. One of them won on Wednesday. One got rained out

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