WILMINGTON, NC (WWAY) — On Tuesday night we featured high school basketball action and a preview of Wednesday’s UNCW-Northeastern men’s basketball game. The complete high school basketball scoreboard from Tuesday night’s play is posted below. Click play video to see it all in case you weren’t with us Tuesday night at 11 for sports. This includes one of the best high school slam dunks of the season.
WHITEVILLE BOYS 40 – WEST BLADEN 39
THE KNIGHTS ONLY SCORED 11 POINTS IN THE SECOND HALF
WHITEVILLE GIRLS 57 – WEST BLADEN 34
JAMES KENAN BOYS 47 – PENDER 46
JAMES KENAN GIRLS 58 – PENDER 34
TOPSAIL BOYS 51 – SOUTH LENOIR 37
TREVOR SAVIDGE LED THE PIRATES WITH 16 POINTS
SOUTH BRUNSWICK BOYS 45 – SOUTH COLUMBUS 40
SOUTH COLUMBUS GIRLS 35 – SOUTH BRUNSWICK 28
EAST BLADEN BOYS 67 – WEST BRUNSWICK 64
RAY BEATTY LED THE EAGLES WITH 25 POINTS
EAST BLADEN GIRLS 45 – WEST BRUNSWICK 23
VILLAGE CHRISTIAN BOYS 85 – COASTAL CHRISTIAN 59
DYLAN SMITH LED COASTAL WITH 18 POINTS
VILLAGE CHRISTIAN GIRLS 75 – COASTAL CHRISTIAN 32
WACCAMAW BOYS 62 – WILMINGTON CHRISTIAN 44
TYSHON SMITH LED WACCAMAW WITH 24 POINTS
WILMINGTON CHRISTIAN GIRLS 42 – WACCAMAW 8
WALLACE-ROSE HILL AT TRASK POSTPONED DUE TO A WATER LEAK AT TRASK
A MAKE-UP DATE HAS YET TO BE ANNOUNCED
SOUTH VIEW BOYS 70 – PURNELL SWETT 63
RIAN HOLLAND LED THE TIGERS WITH 26 POINTS
LANEY BOYS 62 – ROSE 47
ELIJAH WILSON LED LANEY WITH 34 POINTS
LANEY GIRLS 44 – ROSE 31
NEW HANOVER BOYS 70 – NORTH BRUNSWICK 27
THE DUNK OF THE NIGHT CAME FROM THIS GAME. CLICK VIDEO TO SEE IT
NEW HANOVER GIRLS 57 – NORTH BRUNSWICK 43
IN HIGH SCHOOL WRESTLING HOGGARD BEAT NORTH BRUNSWICK 47-36
IN HIGH SCHOOL WRESTLING NORTH BRUNSWICK BEAT ST. PAULS 50-26
NEW ORLEANS, LA (AP) – Brendan Gibbons drilled a 37-yard field goal down the middle in overtime to lift Michigan to a 23-20 victory over Virginia Tech in the Sugar Bowl on Tuesday night.
The victory capped an impressive debut season for head coach Brady Hoke, who has led the Wolverines (11-2) back to prominence with a BCS bowl victory. Denard Robinson highlighted an otherwise
unspectacular night with touchdown passes of 45 and 18 yards to Junior Hemingway.
Virginia Tech (11-3) had more than double Michigan’s total yards, 377-184, and had 22 first downs to Michigan’s 12 but settled for four field goals in regulation by third-string kicker Justin Myer.
However, Myer was unable to connect on his fifth try from 37 yards away in the opening possession of overtime.
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