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New ownership for Sharks in 2015

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The Wilmington Sharks are pleased to announce that Brad Smith and Smith Family Baseball have agreed to terms with current Sharks ownership to purchase the baseball club. Full story...
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UNCW to retire John Goldsberry's jersey

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videoUNCW men’s basketball career assist leader John Goldsberry’s ball-hawking, all-out hustle style of play has landed him the ultimate honor – his No. 3 jersey will hang soon in the rafters of Trask Coliseum. Full story...
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Lions take a pass on Wilmington's Connor Barth

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videoFormer Hoggard Viking kicker Connor Barth had a tryout with the Detroit Lions on Tuesday. Despite an impressive performance by Barth the Lions decided to go a different direction. Full story...
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Laney edges Hoggard in boys soccer

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videoLaney played a man up against Hoggard on Tuesday for the majority of the Mideastern Conference soccer game. The Bucs eventually found the back of the net midway through the second half to beat Hoggard 1-0. Hoggard was able to beat Laney in volleyball though. We were in Buctown for both events. Full story...
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Connor Barth to get tryout with Detroit Lions

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videoThe Detroit Lions need a kicker. Wilmington's Connor Barth will have a tryout with the Lions on Tuesday. Wil Baumann is ranked third in the nation in punting for college football. Both Barth and Baumann are Hoggard High graduates. Full story...
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Squash tournament in Wilmington, still time to sign up

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Want to play in a squash tournament in Wilmington? Your opportunity awaits later this month. The Wilmington Athletic Club will hold a tournament on October 18. Full story...
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Longest running state foosball championship in Wilmington this weekend

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The longest running state foosball championship in the nation is happening right here in Wilmington. It is the 40th annual tournament, and people have traveled from all over the nation for it. Full story...
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