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Wilmington NC Sports

Dr. James Dineen buried today; third inductee of Greater Wilmington Sports Hall of Fame to die this summer

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videoDr. James Dineen was a sports medicine pioneer. He was inducted into the Greater Wilmington Sports Hall of Fame in 2012. Dineen was buried Friday morning in Wilmington. He was 92. Full story...
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Scoreless soccer draw for Hammherheads FC; Sharks & Post 10 both lose in baseball

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videoIt doesn't look like Jordan Hamilton will suit up for the Wilmington Hammerheads anymore. He's no longer on loan from Toronto FC. He's now a member of Toronto FC. Without Hamilton and a handful of other players the Wilmington Hammerheads FC ended up in a scoreless draw with Arizona United SC on Friday night. Plus more! Full story...
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North Brunswick added to BB&T Jamboree

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videoNorth Brunswick High School has been added to the BB&T Jamboree lineup next month at Legion Stadium. This means all three high schools in Brunswick County will be included along with the four high schools from New Hanover County, Whiteville, South Columbus and Wallace-Rose Hill in the high school football showcase. Plus, despite a rainy Thursday night in Wilmington we have an entertaining piece from the Shark Tank! Full story...
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Back to camp for Wilmington's Connor Barth

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videoTraining camp opens this week for Connor Barth and the Tampa Bay Buccaneers. The former Hoggard kicker will be the Tampa Bay kicker once again, even though Barth missed all of last season with a torn Achilles. Full story...
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Post 10 players prepare for state tournament

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videoThree is the theme of the week for the Wilmington Post 10 American Legion baseball team. They're out to capture their third state title in a row. On Wednesday we caught up with several of the players and head coach Scott Sandlin to get their take on defending the title. Full story...
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Update on Scott Braswell's tumor

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videoWe have an update on the health of Hoggard head football coach Scott Braswell. Surgery to remove a tumor in his lower back is still in the works for the veteran coach before the start of the upcoming season. Full story...
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6 junior team tennis state titles for Wilmington

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videoThe United States Tennis Association has over 19,000 junior tennis teams. Obviously they're spread all across the country, but we managed to find a handful of those teams in Fayetteville over the weekend at the state junior team tennis championship. In fact 6 teams from Wilmington captured junior state titles. Wilmington Hammerheads goalkeeper Quillan Roberts has been named the player of the week in USL Pro. Plus more! Full story...
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Post 10 aims for third state title in a row

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videoWilmington Post 10 won the state title in 2012 and 2013. Can they make history and win the state title for American Legion baseball in 2014? If successful, they'll become the first team in North Carolina to win three consecutive state championships for American Legion baseball. Full story...
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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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