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WWAY'S Friday night sports - August 10

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WILMINGTON,NC (WWAY) -- The 26th Annual BB&T Jamboree is in the books. Somehow the teams avoided the rain too !

South Columbus 6
Jacksonville 0

New Hanover 27
West Brunswick 0

Wallace-Rose Hill 20
Ashley 13

Laney 13
South Brunswick 0

Hoggard 0
Whiteville 0

Scoreboard:
Wilmington 53 ( Jacksonville is designated as a Wilmington team for the jamboree )
Out of Town 26

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SUMTER,SC (WWAY) -- Wilmington Post 10 won on day two of the American Legion SE Regional Baseball Championship. Post 10 beat Sumter, SC 14-6. The winning team from this event will advance to the American Legion World Series later this month.

8/9/12
Game 1 Kentucky vs. Virginia VA 3 KY 2
Game 2 North Carolina vs. Georgia NC 9 GA 8
Game 3 Alabama vs. South Carolina SC 16 AL 4
Game 4 Florida vs. Sumter SUM 11 FL 1

8/10/12
Game 5 Kentucky vs. Alabama AL 13 KY 4 Kentucky Eliminated
Game 6 Georgia vs. Florida FL 8 GA 5 Georgia Eliminated
Game 7 Virginia vs. South Carolina VA 7 SC 2
Game 8 North Carolina vs. Sumter NC 14 SUM 6

8/11/12
Game 9 Florida vs. South Carolina 10:00am
Game 10 Alabama vs. Sumter 30 minutes after game 9
Game 11 Virginia vs. North Carolina 6:00pm

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KIAWAH ISLAND, SC (AP) - The major known as "Glory's Last Shot" turned into one last chance for Tiger Woods.

On the toughest scoring day in the PGA Championship since it switched to stroke play in 1958, Woods made putts from one end of Kiawah Island to the other Friday for a 1-under 71 that gave him a share of the lead with Vijay Singh and Carl Pettersson going into the weekend.

Woods was tied for the lead at the halfway point of the U.S. Open two months ago until he stumbled on the weekend at Olympic Club and tied for 21st. Each major, he looks closer to ending his longest drought in the majors.

In relentless gusts up to 30 mph on The Ocean Course, Singh had a remarkable 69, the low round on a day of survival. Pettersson shot 74.

(Copyright 2012 The Associated Press. All rights reserved. This material may not be published, broadcast, rewritten or redistributed.)

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West Brunswick football, Fletcher and Orrock

West Brunswick football, here we go again with the same old option play and up the middle. I was at the game and curious to see exactly what fletcher had done with his second chance as coach with this team. Fletcher and Orrock didn't disappoint, they did exactly as I expected, They failed. Lets examine several problems with their coaching. First of all they need a quarterback, there are atleast 2 young men on the sidelines that are better than the 2 starters, but as always not given the opportunity to compete for the starting job because of favortism or who their parents are. Secondly there are several other players that are not given even a chance to compete for starting jobs at any position. Fletcher says everyone will get a chance to prove themselves at the scrimmages, but it hasn't happened. Lastly, coaching is instruction, teaching and showing players what mistakes they make and how to correct it. This concept does not exsist with Fletcher and Orrock, they just replace the player. What about the kids who stay in school to play sports, Coaches are suppose to encourage and develop these kids into responible young men and students. The west coaches dont take any time to craft or develop these kids. There is alot of talented players at west that will not play football this year, because of the coaches and the way they are treated. I heard a teacher say once, if your current stratgey doesn't work, then you need to change what your doing.

Can we see video from last

Can we see video from last night? I was cheering at last game, didn't get home in time to see it. It would be greatly appreciated!