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Wilmington Sharks fall to dark side on Star Wars night

For the second time this week, Wilmington (6-12) was not only out hit, but also shut down by Holly Springs (7-13). In two games this week, the Salamanders have scored 19 runs on 30 hits against the Sharks. Meanwhile, Wilmington has mustered just three runs on 10 hits.

Flight 22 inducts 2018 Hall of Fame class

Flight 22 welcomed in their second ever hall of fame class this evening in Downtown Wilmington, a group featuring college stars, NFL athletes and even a former WWAY employee.

No charges for former UNCW soccer coach accused of sexual misconduct

Two days after UNCW parted ways with longtime women's soccer coach Paul Cairney, the District Attorney's office announced he will not face any charges in regards to sexual misconduct claims.

Sharks snap losing streak with win over SwampDogs

The first four innings for Wilmington (6-11) looked like it would be another one of those nights for the Sharks. Fayetteville (7-9) scored a run in each of the first four innings to take a commanding 4-0 lead, but that's when things changed.

Little League All-Stars growing in Cape Fear region

It's safe to say here in Southeastern North Carolina that we live in a baseball community. But from the Whiteville Wolfpack in Columbus County to the UNCW Seahawks in the Port City, everyone starts as a little leaguer. That's where their passion for America's pastime grows in the summer.

UPDATE: UNCW ‘discontinued’ longtime soccer coach’s job

The parting of ways with longtime women's soccer coach Paul Cairney was apparently the school's decision.

Sharks and Tobs rained out

Tonight's contest between the Tobs and the Sharks has been cancelled due to rain in Wilmington. The contest does not have a make up date as the two teams will not meet again in the first half of the summer.

Paul Cairney no longer employed with UNCW

After he was accused of sexual misconduct on two separate occasions during his time with UNCW, long-time UNCW Women's soccer coach Paul Cairney is no longer with the program.

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