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Sharks finish regular season on hot streak, host Swampdogs in CPL playoffs Thursday

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On Thursday the Wilmington Sharks will host their first playoff game since 2003. The Sharks will host the Fayetteville Swampdogs on Thursday at Buck Hardee Field in game one of a best of three series. Full story...
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Seahawk men's basketball team ready to begin practice for Bahamas trip

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The UNC Wilmington men's basketball team will get an early jump on practice this season. Buzz Peterson's squad will start practice on Saturday, but the team won't be practicing at Trask Coliseum. Full story...
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Sharks clinch playoff spot, first since 2003

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The Wilmington Sharks haven't made the playoffs since 2003, but the playoff drought is now over. The Wilmington Sharks swept Morehead City on Monday night in a road doubleheader to clinch a playoff spot. The Sharks will host a playoff game on Thursday. Full story...
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Cape Fear Academy's new gym draws attention from UNCW

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Students that attend Cape Fear Academy will come back to school with a new, state-of-the-art gym this school year. Full story...
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Panthers meet with QB Anderson, close to a deal

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Carolina coach Ron Rivera says the team met with former Arizona quarterback Derek Anderson on Monday and is putting the final touches on a deal for him to join the Panthers. Full story...
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Wilmington Sharks conclude home regular season schedule tonight

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Sunday night at the the Shark Tank will be "Fan Appreciation Night"... It's also the final home regular season game of the 2011 Coastal Plain League season. Sunday's game will start at 7pm at Buck Hardee Field. Hopefully the Sharks will get to host a playoff game on Thursday. Full story...
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New UNC interim football coach credits Leland resident for motivation

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video Everett Withers was introduced as the interim head football coach at the University of North Carolina on Friday. At the news conference it took less than 30 seconds for Withers to credit a man who lives in Brunswick County. In fact Withers mentioned Mel Foels four times before he mentioned anyone else. Full story...
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