WWAY’s Friday night sports – Oct. 5

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Submitted: Sat, 10/06/2012 - 3:48am
Updated: Sat, 10/06/2012 - 5:58am

WILMINGTON, NC (WWAY) — Week number eight of the high school football season is complete. Scores from around the state are listed below. Click play video to see WWAY’s 5th Quarter.


Albemarle 29, North Rowan 22

Alexander Central 41, Watauga County 19

Apex Middle Creek 30, Morrisville Green Hope 7

Arden Christ School 24, Southlake Christian 17

Ashe County 21, Alleghany County 12

Asheville Roberson 28, Asheville Erwin 21

Ayden-Grifton 70, Seven Springs Spring Creek 0

Belmont South Point 35, Gastonia Forestview 21

Bertie County 13, Currituck County 7

Bessemer City 40, Gastonia Highland Tech 13

Boonville Starmount 42, West Wilkes 3

Bunn 45, Franklinton 8

Burnsville Mountain Heritage 54, Thomas Jefferson 36

Camden County 35, South Creek 6

Carrboro 20, Pittsboro Northwood 17

Central Cabarrus 55, Concord Robinson 35

Charlotte Catholic 41, Charlotte Harding 13

Charlotte Country Day 56, Davidson Day 15

Charlotte Independence 54, South Mecklenburg 7

Charlotte Mallard Creek 72, North Mecklenburg 7

Charlotte Myers Park 28, Charlotte Providence 21

Charlotte Olympic 47, West Mecklenburg 14

Charlotte Providence Day 65, Charlotte Latin 7

Charlotte Vance 41, Lake Norman 7

Chatham Central 40, South Davidson 14

China Grove Carson 31, South Rowan 25

Chocowinity Southside 60, Perquimans County 12

Clayton 34, East Wake 14

Clayton Cleveland 28, Pikeville Aycock 6

Columbia 36, Swan Quarter Mattamuskeet 26

Cox Mill 28, Concord 21

Creswell 24, Cape Hatteras 14

Cuthbertson 49, North Stanly 24

Dixon 37, Pamlico County 14

Durham Hillside 56, Durham Jordan 6

East Bladen 47, West Bladen 20

East Burke 33, West Caldwell 7

East Duplin 14, Croatan 0

East Forsyth 42, Greensboro Grimsley 7

East Gaston 31, Charlotte Garinger 6

East Henderson 50, Sylva Smoky Mountain 30

East Lincoln 40, West Lincoln 20

East Montgomery 45, North Moore 0

East Rowan 49, North Iredell 0

Eastern Alamance 41, Eden Morehead 6

Eastern Randolph 33, Burlington Cummings 28

Eastern Wayne 46, Southern Wayne 14

Edenton Holmes 53, Kill Devil Hills First Flight 20

Elizabeth City Northeastern 48, Woodrow Wilson, Va. 6

Elkin 21, North Wilkes 20

Farmville Central 22, Wilson Beddingfield 17

Fayetteville Byrd 27, Western Harnett 14

Fayetteville Christian 42, Village Christian 14

Fayetteville Sanford 24, Cape Fear 21

Fayetteville Seventy-First 34, Fayetteville Pine Forest 11

Fayetteville Smith 37, Fayetteville Britt 20

Fayetteville Westover 26, Cameron Union 0

Franklin 44, North Henderson 6

Fuquay-Varina 31, Raleigh Athens Drive 27

Garner 56, West Johnston 7

Gastonia Ashbrook 44, Kings Mountain 20

Goldsboro 54, Rosewood 0

Greensboro Dudley 41, Southeast Guilford 11

Greensboro Page 35, Greensboro Smith 13

Greenville Conley 44, West Carteret 19

Greenville Rose 47, Wilmington Laney 44

Harrells Christian Academy 38, North Raleigh Christian 21

Havelock 41, South Central Pitt 7

Hendersonville 56, Mitchell County 16

Hertford County 40, Pasquotank County 0

Hickory Ridge 56, Northwest Cabarrus 28

Hickory St. Stephens 20, North Buncombe 10

High Point Andrews 68, Trinity 0

High Point Central 38, Winston-Salem Parkland 0

Hillsborough Cedar Ridge 37, Granville Central 6

Hobbton 24, Rocky Point Trask 6

Hoke County 35, Lumberton 7

Holly Springs 35, Apex 17

Hope Mills South View 34, Hope Mills Gray’s Creek 23

Hough High School 41, West Charlotte 7

Huntersville Hopewell 33, Mooresville 31

Indian Trail Porter Ridge 69, Monroe Parkwood 0

Jacksonville 23, West Craven 21

Jacksonville Northside 35, South Lenoir 3

Kannapolis Brown 49, Mt. Pleasant 14

Kernersville Glenn 28, Southwest Guilford 20

Knightdale 26, Southeast Raleigh 22

Lake Norman Charter 32, North Lincoln 12

Lawndale Burns 33, East Rutherford 28

Lee County 35, Panther Creek 14

Lejeune 35, East Carteret 8

Lenoir Hibriten 49, Newton Foard 14

Lexington 40, West Davidson 17

Lincolnton 36, Cherryville 7

Louisburg 44, Warren County 16

Maiden 7, Catawba Bandys 0

Manteo 65, Pinetown Northside 0

Matthews Butler 49, Charlotte Ardrey Kell 0

Monroe 68, West Stanly 0

Monroe Piedmont 42, Monroe Central 6

Monroe Sun Valley 17, Marvin Ridge 14

Morganton Freedom 34, Gastonia Huss 17

Morganton Patton 15, R-S Central 14

Mt. Airy 24, North Surry 3

Murphy 49, Andrews 25

New Bern 39, Wilmington Hoggard 7

Newton-Conover 38, Claremont Bunker Hill 14

North Davidson 45, Pfafftown Reagan 14

North Duplin 41, Princeton 20

North Forsyth 44, Asheboro 0

North Johnston 38, Northwest Halifax 22

North Pitt 27, SouthWest Edgecombe 24

Northampton County 20, Weldon 18

Northern Durham 35, East Chapel Hill 7

Northern Guilford 56, Mayodan McMichael 7

Northern Vance 35, Chapel Hill 7

Northwest Guilford 35, Jamestown Ragsdale 17

Orange County 25, Oxford Webb 0

Pender County 48, Dunn Midway 6

Plymouth 52, Riverside Martin 14

Polk County 28, Avery County 7

Raleigh Cardinal Gibbons 45, Southern Vance 7

Raleigh Enloe 20, Raleigh Broughton 14

Raleigh Leesville Road 49, Raleigh Sanderson 18

Raleigh Ravenscroft 42, Raleigh Wake Christian 0

Raleigh Wakefield 33, Wake Forest-Rolesville 19

Red Springs 19, East Columbus 16

Richlands 10, Swansboro 7, OT

Richmond County 56, Pembroke Swett 0

Robbinsville 33, Rosman 14

Rockingham County 35, Eastern Guilford 3

Rocky Mount Academy 42, St. David’s 21

Salisbury 45, Central Davidson 35

Scotland County 34, Southern Pines Pinecrest 11

Shelby 49, Forest City Chase 7

Shelby Crest 43, North Gaston 36

Siler City Jordan-Matthews 34, Graham 0

Smithfield-Selma 21, Harnett Central 16

South Caldwell 41, Hickory 30

South Columbus 26, North Brunswick 6

South Granville 34, Person County 17

South Iredell 22, Valdese Draughn 0

South Johnston 55, North Lenoir 10

South Stanly 35, West Montgomery 24

South Stokes 32, East Surry 3

Southampton Academy, Va. 56, Cary Christian 41

Southern Durham 27, Durham Riverside 24

Southern Guilford 28, Northeast Guilford 27, 2OT

Southern Nash 35, Northern Nash 14

Southwest Onslow 50, Jones County 0

Spring Lake Overhills 40, Southern Lee 7

St. Pauls 42, South Robeson 6

Statesville 48, West Iredell 0

Swain County 61, Cherokee 8

Tarboro 34, Kinston 27

Thomasville 24, East Davidson 0

Thomasville Ledford 53, Southwestern Randolph 52

Topsail 28, Clinton 14

Wake Forest Heritage 28, Raleigh Millbrook 7

Wallace-Rose Hill 27, Rose Hill Union 13

Warsaw Kenan 26, Lakewood (Salemburg) 0

Washington 34, Jacksonville White Oak 0

Waynesville Tuscola 24, Canton Pisgah 21

Weddington 31, Anson County 6

Wendell Corinth-Holders 28, Roanoke Rapids 3

West Brunswick 28, Whiteville 18

West Columbus 32, Fairmont 30

West Forsyth 13, Davie County 10

West Henderson 34, Brevard 24

West Rowan 35, Reidsville 6

West Stokes 57, North Stokes 20

Western Alamance 27, Burlington Williams 7

Western Guilford 49, Southern Alamance 40

Wheatmore 22, Winston-Salem Atkins 12

Wilkes Central 21, East Wilkes 14

Wilmington New Hanover 63, Wilmington Ashley 14

Wilson Fike 14, Nash Central 12

Wilson Hunt 28, Rocky Mount 7

Winston-Salem Carver 28, Randleman 21

Winston-Salem Mt. Tabor 58, Winston-Salem Reynolds 0

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RALEIGH, NC (NC State Athletics) — Seven-time track and cross country national champion Julie Shea Sutton kicked off her shoes and, appropriately, ran across the stage to be inducted into the inaugural class of the NC State Athletic Hall of Fame.

Tab Ramos, one of America’s greatest soccer players, weaved his way through the crowd at Reynolds Coliseum and made it next door to the Dail Soccer Stadium, just in time to kick out the first ball for NC State’s match against Duke. He was back in time to be inducted with the rest of the class, but bolted after he signed autographs so he could fly to Spain on Saturday morning to coach the U.S. Junior National team in an international tournament.

Dr. Genia Beasley wept as she bent down to receive the medal each inductee was given to commemorate the pinnacle of the Wolfpack athletic career.

Roman Gabriel, Ted Brown and Jim Ritcher told stories of their glory days while playing football for the Wolfpack, remembering the day when a pass was a rare and wonderful thing.

And the applause for David Thompson rose almost as high in the old rafters of spruced-up and air-conditioned Reynolds Coliseum as the three-time ACC Player of the Year did during his unequaled career.

But the greatest emotions were reserved for the late Everett Case, Jim Valvano and Kay Yow were honored for all their pioneering glory as innovators of NC State basketball.

Represented by surviving family or close friends – 1959 ACC Player and Athlete of the Year Lou Pucillo for Case, Pam Valvano Strasser for her late husband and Susan Yow for her older sister – the three departed members of the class were there in visible spirit, as a light fog wisped over the crowd of nearly 1,000 spectators.

It was a black-tie gala that was red all over, awash with cheers and rinsed in tears.

Ritcher, speaking for the entire 10-person class, talked not just of the individual athletic and team accomplishments of his fellow nine inductees, all of whom were significant in the growth and development of their sports.

He talked about what they did after the final echoes of cheers from their greatest athletic achievements faded to memories.

Beasley became a pediatric ophthalmologist. Brown became a juvenile parole officer. Ramos a national junior coach. Gabriel raised more than $5 million for various charities through his celebrity golf tournaments and other fundraisers. Shea Sutton was an elected community official and, for the last 13 years, has taught young teenagers about the joy she discovered in running long ago.

Thompson helped develop faith-based recreational leagues for at-risk youngsters, teaching them to avoid the mistakes that briefly grounded the ACC’s highest flying superstar.

And the awareness and research dollars that have been raised in the names of Case, Valvano and Yow – all three of who died of cancer – lives far beyond their achievements on the basketball court.


WILMINGTON, NC (UNCW) -– Senior Alissa Aiker recorded 15 kills and junior Katie Hank added 12 to lead Delaware to a 3-2 (21-25, 20-25, 24-18, 25-17, 15-10) come-from-behind victory over UNCW in Colonial Athletic Association volleyball action Friday at Hanover Hall.

The Blue Hens improved to 7-11 overall and 2-1 in CAA play as they picked up their fourth straight victory. The Seahawks moved to 7-12 and 0-4 with the five-set defeat.

“The loss is tough, but as a team I think we have to walk away with some confidence knowing we competed well against a top CAA team,” said UNCW Head Coach Amy Bambenek. “We worked hard on our defense this past week in practice and felt we did a tremendous job digging tonight. Offensively we had more kills than Delaware, but made to many errors in crunch time.”

Aiker and Hank combined to post 27 of the Blue Hens 48 kills in the match as freshman Katie Hillman chipped in nine spikes and senior Chelsea Lawrence pitched in six kills to go along with a match-high 13 total blocks. Freshman setter Mackenzie Olsen dished out 41 assists and added 11 digs to record the double-double. Freshman Ariel Shonk led four Blue Hens with double-figure digs as she tallied a match-high 29 bumps.

Sophomore Morgan Kline notched 14 kills and sophomore Sarah Fitzgerald added 13 for the Seahawks. Senior Natalie Lahaie dished out 23 assists and added nine digs while freshman Victoria Phillips posted 18 assists and 12 digs for her first career double-double. Kline paced four UNCW players in double figure digs with 19 to post her team-leading fifth double-double of the season.

In a tight first set that featured a total of nine ties and six lead changes, a Delaware service error with the score tied at 16-all led UNCW to a 5-2 spurt and a 21-18 advantage. Back-to-back attack errors would bring the Blue Hens within one, 21-20, but kills by Kline and Fitzgerald sparked the Seahawks to score four of the last five points of the frame and a 25-21 victory.

UNCW would maintain its momentum early in the second set, scoring six of the first seven points of the frame to take an early 6-1 lead. Delaware would battle back, using a 10-4 spurt midway through the frame to build a 17-14 advantage, only to see the Seahawks to respond with seven of the next eight points to go ahead, 21-18. The Blue Hens would pull within two, 22-20, moments later on a kill by Hank, but UNCW notched the next three points to post a 25-20 triumph and take a 2-0 lead.

With the score tied at 11-all in the third set, Delaware rattled off 10 of the next 13 points to build a 21-14 cushion and cruise to a 25-18 victory.

The Blue Hens continued to mount the comeback early in the fourth set, racing out to a quick 10-4 advantage before the Seahawks battled back, scoring six of nine points to trim the Delaware advantage to 20-17. That would be as close as UNCW would get, however, as the Blue Hens responded with five straight points to record a 25-20 victory and force a fifth set.

Delaware never trailed in the fifth set, breaking a 3-all tie with a 9-4 spurt to take a 12-7 lead. UNCW would pull within three, 13-10, later in the frame when a kill by Aiker and a service ace by Hank would give the Blue Hens a 15-10 decision and the match.

Both teams return to action Sunday with league contests. UNCW entertains Towson in a 1 p.m. match while Delaware is at William & Mary for a 2 p.m. matinee.

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