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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.
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.
The parting of ways with longtime women's soccer coach Paul Cairney was apparently the school's decision.
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.
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.
With the season complete, Seahawks have set off to their summer destinations, which include the Cape Cod League, New England Collegiate Baseball League, the Valley League and the Coastal Plains League.
Go bananas, Mississippi State Bulldogs! You're one win away from the College World Series finals.
The Port City Track Club Traveled to Charlotte, NC to compete in the Jim Law Invitational. The track meet started on Friday where the Coaches and Open athletes competed in the Jim Law Invitational / NC Open and Masters State Championship.