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City Council says Althea Gibson Tennis Complex will not be privatized

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Wilmington City Council Tuesday night made clear it will not privatize the Althea Gibson Tennis Complex at Empie Park. Instead it will seek a public-private partnership with the Althea Gibson Foundation. Full story...
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C.J. Melvin intends to go back to ECU

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Courtney "C.J." Melvin would like to play college basketball at East Carolina. She's just not ready to do it this season. The former East Bladen standout would like to re-join the Pirate Nation for the 2012-2013 season. Full story...
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Dave Karlson retires as Laney soccer coach

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Dave Karlson has resigned as the Laney head soccer coach. Karlson just concluded the best soccer season in the history of Laney High School. Full story...
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Coach K gets career win 903

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Mike Krzyzewski now has 903 career coaching wins. That's more than any other coach in the history of division one college basketball. Coach K passed Bobby Knight on Tuesday night. Full story...
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Sharks release 2012 baseball schedule

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The Wilmington Sharks 2012 summer league baseball schedule is out. The Sharks also want to spread the word about the their Toys for Tots program. The team is teaming up with the US Marine Corps in their annual toy drive. Full story...
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Playoff run ends for Laney's soccer team

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The dream season for the Laney Buccaneers came to a crashing halt on Saturday night in Wilmington. Pinecrest eliminated the Bucs from the state soccer playoffs. With the win the Patriots advance to the 4-A east title game. Full story...
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Ashley baseball players sign to play in college

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College baseball teams began signing recruits Wednesday. Today at Ashley High School, two Eagles signed to play at the next level. Chance Shepard and Christian Wolfe will both play Division I baseball. Full story...
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