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WWAY night highlights promotional schedule for Wilmington Sharks

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The Wilmington Sharks will open the summer league baseball season at home on Thursday,May 31. They expect a big crowd for the season opener. The Sharks also expect a huge crowd for WWAY's shirt off the back Fat Tony's Thirsty Thursday night on Thursday, June 2. It'll be a doubleheader. First pitch will be 6:05pm on WWAY night. Full story...
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Ashley knocks out Hoggard in baseball playoffs

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video The high school baseball state playoffs are winding down. Ashley, East Columbus and North Brunswick remain alive in our neck of the woods. Ashley and Topsail are both alive in the softball state playoffs. Click full story for the matchups of where these teams play next. Full story...
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UNCW men's basketball draws academic penalty

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Every team on the UNC Wilmington campus met the NCAA's prescribed mark for academic progress except for the men's basketball team in the 2009-2010 athletics season. Full story...
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Cape Fear Academy serves up another state title

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The Cape Fear Academy boys tennis team is consistent. They just keep on winning state championships. They won another one on Saturday in Cary. Full story...
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Topsail's Wil Thomas wins 2-A high jump title

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Wil Thomas of Topsail is a state champion. East Bladen's CJ Melvin is a state runner-up, yet Melvin did beat her personal best throw in the shot put by three feet on Saturday. Full story...
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Hammerheads take charge off Battery

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The Hammerheads are for real this season. Wilmington's professional soccer squad is now 4-1 after a shutout win over the Charleston Battery Saturday night at Legion Stadium. Full story...
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UNCW baseball team will open with ODU in next week's CAA tourney

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The UNC Wilmington Seahawks won their regular season finale on Saturday. The Seahawks will host Old Dominion on Thursday at Brooks Field on the first day of the CAA baseball tournament. Full story...
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