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WILMINGTON,NC (WWAY) — Sports on WWAY on Wednesday night featured a 5-2 state playoff win in girls soccer for Whiteville High School. We also had updates on coaching changes at South Brunswick High School and player movement involving UNC Wilmington basketball players taking their talents elsewhere. Click play video in order to see Wednesday’s sports on WWAY. Scroll below to see the high school state playoff schedule for the rest of the week.

SCORES & NOTES FROM WEDNESDAY NIGHT

Whiteville beat Richlands 5-2 in the high school state playoffs for girls soccer
Morehead shutout South Brunswick 4-0 in the high school state playoffs in softball
Farmville Central shutout Fairmont 2-0 in in the high school state playoffs in baseball

HIGH SCHOOL PLAYOFF SCHEDULE FOR THE REST OF THE WEEK
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FRIDAY
BASEBALL
Farmville Central at Whiteville 7pm
North Brunswick at North Pitt 7pm
Wilson Hunt at West Brunswick 7pm
Ashley at Scotland County 7pm
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SOFTBALL
South Columbus at South Lenoir 3pm (completion of suspended game)
West Johnston at Ashley 7pm
Topsail at Wilson Beddingfield 7pm
Hobbton at East Columbus
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SOCCER
Cape Fear Academy vs Davidson Day School in Greensboro 5pm
Pinecrest at Hoggard 7pm
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TENNIS
NCISAA Boys State Tennis Tournament – Wilmington, NC (Gibson Tennis Complex at Empie Park)
8:00am – First and Sound Round Singles and Doubles Flights
Carrboro at Topsail 3:30
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SATURDAY
GIRLS SOCCER
Whiteville at Swansboro 6:30 s

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