WILMINGTON,NC (WWAY) — On Tuesday night we featured high school basketball action from Wilmington and Teachey. The complete high school basketball scoreboard from Tuesday night’s play is listed below. Click play video to see it all in case you weren’t with us Tuesday night at 11 for sports. This includes Duke’s decisive victory over UNCW in women’s basketball and several high school basketball holiday tournament games(four games for girls and one for boys).
Tuesday’s High School Basketball Scoreboard:
ASHLEY GIRLS 73 – NORTH BRUNSWICK 32
HAVELOCK GIRLS 37 – NEW HANOVER 28
LANEY GIRLS 48 – NW CABARRUS 30
CHEROKEE GIRLS 62 – HOGGARD 31
EAST BLADEN GIRLS 45 – TRASK 36
WEST COLUMBUS BOYS 57 – SOUTH COLUMBUS 55
WEST BLADEN GIRLS 43 – SOUTH COLUMBUS 32
COURTNEY THOMPSON HAD 17 REBOUNDS & 11 POINTS FOR THE KNIGHTS
EAST COLUMBUS GIRLS 42 – LORIS 18
EAST COLUMBUS BOYS 57 – LORIS 48
NEW HANOVER BOYS 83 – JACK BRITT 61
FIVE WILDCATS SCORED IN DOUBLE FIGURES
TOPSAIL BOYS 68 – JAMES KENAN 61 IN OT
PAYTON BALL LED THE PIRATES WITH 22 POINTS
MICHAEL MOORE LED THE TIGERS WITH 20
EAST CARTERET BOYS 59 – UNION 39
EAST BLADEN BOYS 64 – TRASK 15
MONTREL ROGERS LED THE EAGLES WITH 22 POINTS
Men’s College Basketball
NC State 67 – St. Bonaventure 65
ROCHESTER, N.Y. (AP) – C.J. Leslie scored with 0.6 seconds
remaining off a full-court pass from C.J. Williams, giving North
Carolina State a 67-65 win over St. Bonaventure on Tuesday night.
Eric Mosley tied the game for St. Bonaventure at 65-all with 3.1
seconds left. But Williams hurled his pass to Leslie, whose
off-balance jumper hit the rim and fell through.
Scott Wood led the Wolfpack (7-4) with 20 points and Leslie
Demetrius Conger and Andrew Nicholson each scored 16 for the
The Bonnies scored the game’s first nine points, but North
Carolina State grabbed a 26-24 lead on a 3-pointer from Alex
Johnson with 7:05 remaining in the half.
St. Bonaventure led 39-37 at halftime.
The Bonnies built a six-point lead in the second half, but the
Wolfpack rallied to take the lead four different times in the last
3 minutes, including the final margin.
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Women’s College Basketball
Duke 107 – UNCW 45
DURHAM,NC (UNCW Sports Release ) — No. 9 Duke notched the most points in any single game for an UNCW opponent on its way to overpowering the Seahawks, 107-45, in collegiate women’s basketball action Tuesday night in Cameron Indoor Stadium.
The Seahawks saw their three-game winning streak come to an end and fell to 5-5 on the season. The Blue Devils rose to 8-2 for the year.
UNCW sophomore Abria Trice led the way in the loss with 12 points. Junior Tawanna Lee was the only other Seahawk in double figures with 11.
Duke junior Allison Vernerey came off the bench to lead the Blue Devils with a career high 22 points. Sophomore Chelsea Gray added a double-double with 14 points and 10 assists. Sophomore Trisha Liston, freshman Elizabeth Williams and sophomore Chloe Wells tallied 18, 16 and 11 points, respectively.
Duke came out of the gate quickly, winning the tip and getting a layup from freshman Elizabeth Williams only six seconds into the contest to hand the Blue Devils a 2-0 lead.
The fast start continued as Duke forced seven UNCW turnovers in the first seven minutes, helping the Blue Devils jump out to a 14-1 advantage, a run capped by a layup from sophomore Chelsea Gray with 14:17 remaining in the stanza.
The Seahawks responded with a 7-0 streak of their own to draw within six, 14-8, after two free throws from sophomore Alisha Andrews at the 12:28 mark. But Duke outscored UNCW 38-12 during the rest of the frame to lead 55-22 at the break.
The 55 first-half points were the most UNCW has allowed in a single half this season, and the most since March 5, 2000 when the Seahawks allowed 58 to Richmond.
The Blue Devils coasted through the second half, never allowing UNCW to get within 27 points, and eventually building their advantage to 62 points at the game’s end.
UNCW returns to Wilmington after the holiday break to take on Xavier on Dec. 29 at 7:00 p.m. Duke takes a brief hiatus as well before it travels to Temple Dec. 30 to take on the Owls.