WWAY’s Friday night sports – August 17

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Submitted: Sat, 08/18/2012 - 3:58am
Updated: Sat, 08/18/2012 - 6:26am

WILMINGTON,NC (WWAY) — Friday’s 5th Quarter with John & Trot is in the books. Click here to see our action from the opening night of the season. http://www.wwaytv3.com/5th-quarter-2012-week-1

We’ve also listed scores from all around the state below.


Friday’s Scores
The Associated Press

Alexander Central 41, North Iredell 22

Apex Middle Creek 21, Northern Durham 7

Ashe County 20, West Caldwell 14

Asheville 38, North Gaston 28

Asheville Erwin 41, Burnsville Mountain Heritage 19

Asheville Reynolds 51, Watauga County 20

Asheville Roberson 31, Canton Pisgah 7

Ayden-Grifton 28, Riverside Martin 21

Belmont South Point 34, Charlotte Providence Day 21

Bertie County 34, Gates County 19

Boonville Starmount 30, Mt. Airy 14

Bunn 37, Rocky Mount 21

Burlington Cummings 47, West Montgomery 34

Carrboro 28, Central Davidson 7

Cary 21, Raleigh Broughton 7

Catawba Bandys 35, Hickory St. Stephens 0

Central Cabarrus 66, South Rowan 31

Chapel Hill 21, South Granville 20

Charlotte Catholic 41, South Mecklenburg 0

Charlotte Independence 31, Hough High School 14

Charlotte Myers Park 41, Charlotte Garinger 0

Charlotte Providence 30, Huntersville Hopewell 19

Charlotte Vance 55, Charlotte Berry Tech 13

Chatham Central 40, Raleigh Wake Christian 7

Cherokee 32, Sylva Smoky Mountain 21

Claremont Bunker Hill 42, Cherryville 14

Clayton Cleveland 48, North Johnston 3

Cloudland, Tenn. 46, Andrews 20

Concord 62, West Charlotte 35

Concord First Assembly 18, Forsyth County Day 0

Concord Robinson 16, Lexington 7

Cox Mill 53, Charlotte Harding 0

Croatan 21, Pamlico County 0

Davidson Day 46, Harrells Christian Academy 29

East Burke 21, Lenoir Hibriten 17

East Chapel Hill 14, East Wake 13

East Duplin 21, Pittsboro Northwood 6

East Forsyth 32, West Forsyth 2

East Lincoln 35, Newton-Conover 21

East Rowan 20, Salisbury 14

East Surry 20, West Iredell 7

Eastern Alamance 59, Hillsborough Cedar Ridge 6

Edenton Holmes 63, Wendell Corinth-Holders 23

Erwin Triton 25, Clinton Union 21

Erwin Triton 25, Clinton 21

Fayetteville Sanford 21, Fayetteville Westover 6

Garner 45, Raleigh Enloe 6

Gastonia Ashbrook 45, Charlotte Olympic 42

Gastonia Huss 48, East Gaston 14

Green Sea Floyds, S.C. 24, West Columbus 6

Greene Central 21, North Lenoir 19

Greensboro Dudley 49, Southern Durham 25

Greensboro Page 31, Davie County 14

Havelock 48, Greenville Rose 14

Hickory Ridge 23, Monroe Piedmont 17, OT

High Point Central 17, High Point Andrews 6

Hobbton 20, Princeton 14

Hoke County 48, Wilmington Ashley 30

Indian Trail Porter Ridge 35, Monroe 13

Jacksonville 7, Wilmington Laney 6

Jacksonville Northside 35, Jacksonville White Oak 0

Jamestown Ragsdale 28, Greensboro Grimsley 21

Johnson Central, Ky. 39, Hayesville 7

Kernersville McGuinness 30, Bessemer City 6

Kinston 37, Jones County 7

Lakewood (Salemburg) 49, Franklinton 47

Lincolnton 9, Maiden 7

Manteo 28, Currituck County 14

Marshville Forest Hills 32, Anson County 26

Marvin Ridge 38, East Mecklenburg 7

Matthews Butler 27, Charlotte Mallard Creek 6

Morrisville Green Hope 34, Smithfield-Selma 6

Mt. Pleasant 41, North Stanly 28

Nation Ford, S.C. 38, Gastonia Forestview 0

New Bern 40, Durham Hillside 20

New Hanover County 67, Goldsboro 6

Newton Foard 16, North Lincoln 13

North Brunswick 21, Pender County 16

North Davidson 47, Thomasville 20

North Duplin 48, Chocowinity Southside 14

North Edgecombe 18, South Creek 14

North Forsyth 42, Winston-Salem Carver 40

North Rowan 19, China Grove Carson 14

North Surry 20, East Bend Forbush 14

Northern Vance 34, Raleigh Ravenscroft 19

Northwest Guilford 46, Greensboro Smith 12

Orange County 23, Person County 0

Oxford Webb 36, Burlington Williams 7

Pfafftown Reagan 32, Kernersville Glenn 3

Pikeville Aycock 26, Rosewood 0

Plymouth 52, Farmville Central 20

Polk County 25, Waynesville Tuscola 14

Raleigh Athens Drive 24, Raleigh Sanderson 6

Raleigh Cardinal Gibbons 20, Clayton 15

Raleigh Leesville Road 21, Panther Creek 7

Raleigh Wakefield 46, Durham Riverside 21

Red Springs 67, West Bladen 27

Richmond County 56, Monroe Sun Valley 28

Roanoke Rapids 68, Rocky Mount Prep 14

Rockingham County 56, East Davidson 26

Rocky River 14, West Mecklenburg 0

Rose Hill Union 21, Fairmont 6

Shelby Crest 14, Lawndale Burns 13

Siler City Jordan-Matthews 28, Eden Morehead 9

South Caldwell 21, Morganton Freedom 12

South Columbus 27, East Columbus 16

South Iredell 17, Lake Norman 16

South Johnston 33, Dunn Midway 10

South Lenoir 42, Seven Springs Spring Creek 7

South Stanly 25, West Stanly 13

Southeast Guilford 61, Southwest Guilford 20

Southeast Raleigh 13, Raleigh Millbrook 9

Southern Guilford 62, Eastern Guilford 14

Southern Nash 28, SouthWest Edgecombe 24

Southern Vance 14, Louisburg 6

Southwest Onslow 27, East Bladen 7

Statesville 37, Hickory 0

Sullivan South, Tenn. 49, Enka 28

Swansboro 37, Lejeune 6

Tarboro 42, Nash Central 26

Topsail 16, Rocky Point Trask 13

Union Academy 58, North Moore 0

Victory Christian Academy (Gastonia) 59, Gastonia Highland Tech 0

Vldese Draughn 34, Morganton Patton 27

Wake Forest-Rolesville 35, Durham Jordan 6

Wallace-Rose Hill 27, Whiteville 16

Warsaw Kenan 28, Southern Wayne 12

Washington 28, North Pitt 20

West Carteret 52, Richlands 44, OT

West Craven 27, South Brunswick 13

West Johnston 42, Fuquay-Varina 35

West Lincoln 13, Forest City Chase 10

West Rowan 21, Mooresville 14

Wilkes Central 34, Surry Central 26

Wilmington Hoggard 38, West Brunswick 14

Wilson Hunt 44, Eastern Wayne 12

Fayetteville Seventy-First vs. Scotland County, ppd. to Aug 18.

Fayetteville Smith vs. Spring Lake Overhills, ppd. to Aug 18.

Lumberton vs. Cape Fear, ppd. to Aug 18.

Pembroke Swett vs. Fayetteville Pine Forest, ppd. to Aug 18.

Village Christian vs. High Point Christian Academy, ppd. to Aug 18.

Weddington vs. Cuthbertson, ppd. to Aug 18.

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

WILMINGTON, NC (WWAY) — The Wilmington Hammerheads pro soccer team will host Charlotte on Saturday, August 18 at Legion Stadium. The Hammerheads were supposed to play the Eagles in Charlotte on Friday, but that game was postponed due to poor field conditions.


WILMINGTON,NC (UNCW sports release) — Junior Shannon Mayrose scored in the 102nd minute to break a scoreless tie and lift No. 22 Virginia Tech to a 1-0 victory over UNCW in collegiate women’s soccer action at the Hilton Garden Inn Hokie Invitational Friday at Thompson Field.

Both teams return to action Sunday at the Hokie Invitational. The Seahawks take on No. 3 Wake Forest at Noon before the Hokies entertain Richmond in the tournament finale at 2:30 p.m. “It’s very disappointing to lose in double overtime,” said UNCW Head Coach Paul Cairney. “It was a quality finish from Virginia Tech that won it, but it’s still a tough loss to swallow. Our team played hard and played together. We created some decent chances and against ACC opponents, you have to capitalize. The result is not what we wanted, but I am very proud of our performance tonight.”

In the season opener for both schools, Mayrose tallied the decisive marker when she headed home a cross from freshman Jordon Conklin at the 101:29 mark of the contest.
Mayrose also had the best chance during regulation, but her shot attempt in the 11th minute found the crossbar.

VT held a 16-6 advantage in shots taken in the contest, including a 4-0 edge in overtime. Senior Amanda Holmes recorded two shots to lead the UNCW attack while junior Nicole Costa and freshmen Lindsey Byrne, Maddie McCormick and Allison Stearns all finished with one shot apiece.
Senior Caitlin Hunter got in start in goal for the Seahawks and finished with six saves. Caroline Kelly finished with four stops for the Hokies.


WILMINGTON,NC (UNCW sports release) — Former collegiate standout and University of Maryland assistant men’s coach Evan Clark has been named the 11th head women’s tennis coach at UNCW.

Clark takes over following the departure of 12-year veteran Jenny Garrity, who resigned earlier this summer to move to Clemson, S.C. Clark begins his new post next week and plans to hit the ground running at the South College Road campus.

“We’re very pleased to welcome Evan and his wife Katelynn to the Seahawk family,” said Jimmy Bass, UNCW’s athletic director. “Evan is one of the bright young tennis coaches in America. He’s passionate and energetic about tennis, and is a perfect fit for our program. We’re confident Evan will continue the upward trend and success of our women’s tennis program.”

The 28-year-old Clark has served as an assistant coach at three different NCAA Division I institutions – Missouri-Kansas City, Penn State and Maryland – and helped the Terrapins climb to No. 38 in the Intercollegiate Tennis Association men’s rankings last season.

“I could not be more excited,” Clark said of his new appointment. “I want to thank Jimmy Bass and Pat Howey for giving me the opportunity to lead the women’s tennis program. I also want to thank the search committee for being extremely supportive and helpful throughout the process.

“I feel very fortunate to inherit a great group of student-athletes and a program that has achieved so much success, both in the classroom and on the court. We will work very hard to improve on that success and to take the program to the next level.

“It didn’t take much time for me to realize that UNCW is a very special place. The environment that UNCW provides for the student-athlete is first class and something I will be proud to be a part of. My family and I are excited to become part of the Seahawk family and I can’t wait to get to work.”

A native of Liberty, Mo., Clark was the Missouri 4A state high school champion in 2002 with a perfect 31-0 record and was named the Tennis Male Athlete-of-the-Year by The Kansas City Star. He went on to earn First-Team All Mid-Continent Conference honors twice (2003 and 2004) at UMKC before closing out his collegiate career at Arkansas.

Clark served as Director of Junior Development at Woodside Racquet Club in Kansas City before embarking on his collegiate coaching career as an assistant women’s coach at UMKC in January of 2005.

The Missouran then worked briefly as Director of Junior Development and Junior Competition for the USTA Missouri Valley (Missouri, Kansas, Iowa, Nebraska, Oklahoma) before accepting a position as assistant women’s coach at Penn State. Following a two-year stay in State College, where he played a major role in recruiting key players currently enrolled in the program, Clark moved to Maryland in the fall of 2010.

In College Park, Clark helped the Terp men secure their first NCAA Tournament berth (2011) and inaugural victory in the first round of the NCAA Tournament, beating Michigan, 4-2. He also helped Maryland nail down victories over ACC rivals Florida State, Miami, Georgia Tech and UNC Chapel Hill. Last season, UM scaled to No. 38 in the ITA poll and featured the ninth-ranked doubles team of Maros Horny and John Collins.

The Seahawks, 15-7 overall last spring, posted their ninth consecutive winning season in and made it as high as No. 67 in the ITA rankings.

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