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WILMINGTON,NC (WWAY) -- Week number three of the high school football season is in the books. Click here to see Friday's 5th Quarter. http://www.wwaytv3.com/5th-quarter-2012-week-3

We've listed scores from the Associated Press below:

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Friday's Scores
The Associated Press

Albemarle 42, North Stanly 3

Apex Middle Creek 52, Fuquay-Varina 21

Asheville 35, Waynesville Tuscola 21

Asheville Erwin 59, North Henderson 21

Asheville Reynolds 58, Black Mountain Owen 12

Belmont South Point 78, East Gaston 11

Bertie County 34, Swansboro 21

Boonville Starmount 49, East Bend Forbush 0

Carrboro 27, Orange County 19

Cary 14, Holly Springs 7

Central Cabarrus 21, Monroe Central 7

Central Davidson 40, West Stokes 10

Chapel Hill 24, Durham Riverside 17

Charlotte Country Day 31, Charlotte Catholic 28

Charlotte Providence Day 24, Davidson Day 15

Chocowinity Southside 20, Pamlico County 8

Claremont Bunker Hill 39, North Lincoln 16

Clayton Cleveland 49, West Johnston 12

Clinton 18, Rose Hill Union 12

Concord 21, Monroe 7

Copper Basin, Tenn. 41, Hayesville 14

Davie County 27, Alexander Central 6

Dematha, Md. 52, Durham Hillside 14

Dixon 24, Princeton 20

Dunn Midway 44, Rosewood 7

East Bladen 61, North Johnston 31

East Chapel Hill 10, Hillsborough Cedar Ridge 6

East Columbus 20, North Brunswick 6

East Forsyth 43, Pfafftown Reagan 7

East Henderson 43, Hendersonville 33

East Lincoln 48, Catawba Bandys 20

East Montgomery def. KIPP Pride, forfeit

East Rutherford 42, North Gaston 21

Eastern Alamance 42, Southern Alamance 20

Eastern Randolph 21, Trinity 0

Eastern Wayne 22, South Lenoir 14

Edenton Holmes 18, Plymouth 14

Elizabeth City Northeastern 70, Camden County 6

Elkin 42, East Wilkes 20

Enka 42, Sylva Smoky Mountain 14

Erwin Triton 27, Spring Lake Overhills 6

Fairmont 56, West Bladen 9

Fayetteville Britt 42, Southern Durham 7

Fayetteville Byrd 26, Cape Fear 9

Fayetteville Christian 34, North Moore 6

Fayetteville Pine Forest 18, Smithfield-Selma 7

Fayetteville Smith 43, Fayetteville Westover 0

Forest City Chase 40, Bessemer City 6

Franklinton 6, Raleigh Ravenscroft 0

Gastonia Forestview 40, Lexington 10

Gastonia Huss 48, Charlotte Garinger 0

Greenville Conley 44, Farmville Central 7

GW-Danville, Va. 41, Person County 7

Harnett Central 10, Western Harnett 7

Havelock 55, Jones County 6

Hickory 27, Maiden 25

Hickory Ridge 48, China Grove Carson 30

High Point Andrews 34, Thomasville 7

Hoke County 35, Fayetteville Seventy-First 20

Hope Mills Gray's Creek 31, Fayetteville Sanford 29

Indian Trail Porter Ridge 38, Marshville Forest Hills 6

Jacksonville Northside 12, Jacksonville 0

Jamestown Ragsdale 30, Western Guilford 14

Kannapolis Brown 38, Rocky River 21

Kill Devil Hills First Flight 14, Nansemond-Suffolk, Va. 13

Kinston 41, North Lenoir 13

Lake Norman Charter 30, Lincolnton 28

Lakewood (Salemburg) 28, Lejeune 6

Lee County 38, Apex 7

Lenoir Hibriten 42, West Caldwell 14

Liberty Christian, Va. 37, Charlotte Christian 20

Lumberton 27, Hope Mills South View 26

Madison County 33, Rosman 6

Magna Vista, Va. 48, Eden Morehead 16

Marvin Ridge 31, Cuthbertson 13

McDowell County 56, Mitchell County 0

Monroe Parkwood 35, South Stanly 14

Mooresville 28, Lawndale Burns 6

Morganton Freedom 42, East Burke 14

Morrisville Green Hope 29, Raleigh Sanderson 13

Mt. Airy 28, Carroll County, Va. 7

Mt. Pleasant 47, West Stanly 0

Murphy 55, Brevard 7

New Hanover 28, Wallace-Rose Hill 7

Newton Foard 34, West Lincoln 31

Newton-Conover 50, Hickory St. Stephens 3

North Davidson 56, East Davidson 6

North Myrtle Beach, S.C. 21, West Brunswick 7

North Pitt 30, Ayden-Grifton 18

North Raleigh Christian 42, Hickory Grove 15

North Rowan 32, East Rowan 14

North Stokes 16, North Iredell 14

North Surry 21, Ashe County 6

North Wilkes 42, Alleghany County 19

Northern Guilford 36, Greensboro Dudley 7

Northwest Cabarrus 26, South Rowan 21

Northwest Guilford 19, Greensboro Grimsley 14

Pikeville Aycock 36, Greene Central 7

Pittsboro Northwood 29, Siler City Jordan-Matthews 15

R-S Central 22, Polk County 15

Raleigh Athens Drive 30, Panther Creek 7

Raleigh Cardinal Gibbons 50, Cameron Union 17

Raleigh Millbrook 29, East Wake 28

Raleigh Wakefield 34, Knightdale 7

Randleman 31, Asheboro 17

Red Springs 51, Granville Central 8

Reidsville 32, Mayodan McMichael 13

Richmond County 58, Anson County 0

Riverside Martin 37, South Creek 0

Robbinsville 56, Canton Pisgah 35

Rocky Mount 17, Hertford County 14

Scotland County 20, Marlboro County, S.C. 12

Shelby Crest 35, Shelby 7

South Caldwell 46, Morganton Patton 0

South Granville 35, Oxford Webb 13

South Iredell 41, West Iredell 7

South Robeson 20, Trinity Christian 0

Southampton Academy, Va. 54, Rocky Mount Academy 34

Southeast Raleigh 35, Raleigh Enloe 0

Southern Guilford 38, Southeast Guilford 7

Southern Pines Pinecrest 44, Cox Mill 27

Southern Vance 29, Warren County 0

Southern Wayne 18, Jacksonville White Oak 8

Southwest Onslow 28, Richlands 7

St. Pauls 42, Southern Lee 14

Statesville 34, Lake Norman 24

Surry Central 24, South Davidson 0

Swain County 48, Gatlinburg-Pittman, Tenn. 34

Tarboro 47, Northern Nash 35

Thomas Jefferson 26, Asheville School 7

Village Christian 40, Gastonia Highland Tech 6

Vldese Draughn 35, Cherryville 13

Wake Forest-Rolesville 42, Northern Durham 10

Warsaw Kenan 22, East Duplin 21

Watauga County 35, Avery County 20

Weddington 19, Kings Mountain 12

West Carteret 48, East Carteret 18

West Columbus 32, Hobbton 24

West Davidson 27, Wheatmore 0

West Forsyth 34, Kernersville Glenn 9

West Henderson 34, North Buncombe 7

West Montgomery 17, East Surry 14

West Rowan 29, Salisbury 10

Western Alamance 57, Burlington Cummings 25

Whiteville 41, Pender County 18

Wilkes Central 26, West Wilkes 9

Wilmington Ashley 42, Rocky Point Trask 14

Wilmington Hoggard 53, Pembroke Swett 10

Wilmington Laney 41, South Brunswick 7

Wilson Beddingfield 49, Wilson Fike 48

Winston-Salem Mt. Tabor 29, North Forsyth 15

Winston-Salem Reynolds 51, Winston-Salem Atkins 0

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

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WINSTON-SALEM, NC (UNCW sports release) -- Junior Christi Laite recorded 18 kills and sophomore Morgan Kline added 13, but Wake Forest rallied from a 2-1 deficit to defeat UNCW, 3-2 (25-16, 18-25, 28-30, 25-14, 15-7), in collegiate volleyball action at the Deacon Invitational Friday at Reynolds Gym.

The Demon Deacons evened their season mark at 1-1 with the five-set triumph while the Seahawks moved to 3-2. Both teams conclude their appearances in the Deacon Invitational Saturday with matches against Davidson and Winthrop. UNCW faces the Eagles at 10 a.m. and the Wildcats at 4:30 p.m. while Wake Forest takes on Davidson at Noon and Winthrop in the tournament nightcap at 7 p.m.

“I'm happy with how hard our team fought in games two and three, but we did not have an answer for their veteran middles, which had an outstanding match tonight,” said UNCW Head Coach Amy Bambenek. “Even with this outcome, I think our team turned a corner and now realize how good we can be if we can remain consistent and do the little things right every time. I was once again pleased with the production of Christi (Laite) and Morgan (Kline). We will be relying on them a lot this season to be our leaders on the floor and they stepped up tonight.”

In the first matchup between the two state rivals since the 2000 season, Kline and Laite combined to record 31 of UNCW’s 51 kills as the duo combined for a .287 hitting percentage for the match. Kline and Laite also tallied 11 and 10 digs, respectively, as both players finished with a double-double. Freshman setter Victoria Phillips dished out a match-best 43 assists.

Preseason All-ACC selection senior Andrea Beck recorded a match-high 20 kills to lead four Demon Deacons with double figure kills. Junior Kristen Grissom pitched in 15 spikes while recording one error in 22 total attempts to post a .636 hitting percentage and highlight a Wake Forest lineup that combined for a .368 attack percentage for the match. Grissom also tallied eight total blocks to power a Demon Deacons frontline that notched 11 total blocks. Sophomore Dana Rosendall handed out a match-high 55 assists.

After falling in the opening set 25-16, UNCW rallied for a 25-18 victory in the second frame, using a 9-3 spurt midway through the set to grow a 13-11 advantage into a 22-15 cushion on their way to an eight-point victory.

The third set saw the two sides battled back and forth through 11 ties and two lead changes until a Wake Forest attack error and a service ace from Kline broke a 28-all deadlock and gave the Seahawks a 30-28 triumph.

The Demon Deacons evened the match with a 25-14 victory in the fourth set, racing out to an early 3-0 lead before using a 7-2 run to take a 21-10 lead and coast to the 11-point win.

Wake Forest carried its momentum from the fourth set into the final stanza, posting a quick 6-2 lead and forcing UNCW to take a timeout. The Demon Deacons continued their strong play the rest of the way, scoring the final three points of the set to take the frame, 15-7, and the match.

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WILMINGTON,NC (UNCW sports release) -- Three different Seahawks got on the score sheet as the UNCW women’s soccer team tallied a 3-0 shutout over Charlotte Friday night at the UNCW Soccer Stadium.

The Seahawks notched their first win of the season by using constant defensive pressure and maintaining possession for the majority of the contest. The Seahawks, now 1-2-1, played three consecutive top-25 opponents to open the season.

The 49ers, meanwhile, dropped to 2-2-0 after losing their second straight match.

The scoring started in the seventh minute as sophomore midfielder Stephanie Bronson played senior midfielder Kim Currie into space down the right flank and Currie outran her defender before lacing a strong long-distance shot past Charlotte keeper Annika McHenry into the upper left corner.

The 49ers nearly got back on level terms one minute later as UNCW senior keeper Caitlin Hunter denied Charlotte twice in front of the goal mouth before wrangling up a loose ball in her own 18-yard box, allowing the Seahawks to take a 1-0 margin into intermission.

The 49ers continued to get pushed deeper into their third of the field in the second half as UNCW upped its offensive pressure. Freshman midfielder Morgan Leyble laced a 25-yard free kick at 55:24 to push the score to 2-0.

UNCW, which owned an 18-6 advantage in shots and had 12 corner kicks, added an insurance goal in the 64th minute. The Seahawks found themselves on a break down the right side and Leyble played a cross to the back post. Junior midfielder Nicole Costa then headed the ball into the left corner for her first career goal at 63:47.

Hunter turned back five Charlotte shots to record her second shutout of the season and the ninth clean sheet of her career. McHenry collected seven saves for the 49ers.

The Seahawks have a quick turnaround before entertaining Davidson on Sunday at 2 p.m. at the UNCW Soccer Stadium.
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ATLANTA,GA (AP) - Cordarrelle Patterson scored two first-quarter touchdowns - one a 41-yard catch, the second a 67-yard run - and Tennessee beat North Carolina State 35-21 on Friday night in the opening game for both teams.

Patterson, a 6-foot-3 wide receiver who transferred to from Hutchinson (Kan.) Community College, played like a star in his Tennessee debut. Patterson had six catches for 93 yards as the Vols won the Chick-fil-A Kickoff game.

Tennessee (1-0) scored 16 points on two touchdowns and a safety in a span of 38 seconds late in the first quarter.

Mike Glennon threw four interceptions with one touchdown for North Carolina State (0-1).

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

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