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WILMINGTON, NC (WWAY) — Week ten of the high school football season is complete. We’ve posted scores from around the state from the Associated Press below:

Friday’s Scores
The Associated Press

Albemarle 56, North Moore 0

Apex Middle Creek 66, Holly Springs 46

Ashe County 33, East Bend Forbush 10

Asheboro 29, Southwestern Randolph 16

Asheville 31, North Buncombe 0

Asheville Reynolds 21, Asheville Roberson 18

Ayden-Grifton 42, Princeton 7

Belmont South Point 49, North Gaston 0

Boonville Starmount 28, Alleghany County 0

Burlington Williams 50, Eastern Guilford 21

Burnsville Mountain Heritage 36, Avery County 28

Canton Pisgah 49, Sylva Smoky Mountain 16

Cape Fear 34, Hope Mills South View 28

Carrboro 59, Granville Central 24

Catawba Bandys 33, East Burke 0

Central Cabarrus 42, Cox Mill 17

Central Davidson 55, Lexington 26

Chapel Hill 6, Southern Vance 0

Charlotte Catholic 61, East Gaston 26

Charlotte Christian 56, Raleigh Ravenscroft 14

Charlotte Country Day 17, Charlotte Providence Day 7

Charlotte Harding 20, Charlotte Garinger 6

Charlotte Independence 39, Charlotte Myers Park 21

Charlotte Olympic 63, Charlotte Berry Tech 14

Charlotte Providence 13, East Mecklenburg 10

Clayton 48, West Johnston 21

Clayton Cleveland 47, South Johnston 21

Columbia 32, Creswell 22

Croatan 24, South Lenoir 17

Cuthbertson 49, West Stanly 0

Davidson Day 49, Charlotte Latin 28

Davie County 28, Pfafftown Reagan 7

Dixon 41, East Carteret 16

Durham Hillside 54, East Chapel Hill 23

Durham Jordan 21, Panther Creek 14

East Bladen 49, South Brunswick 10

East Columbus 42, Fairmont 0

East Duplin 24, Swansboro 6

East Forsyth 28, Northwest Guilford 24

East Montgomery 28, Chatham Central 9

East Wake 62, Smithfield-Selma 14

Eastern Alamance 20, Rockingham County 17, OT

Eastern Randolph 43, Graham 7

Edenton Holmes 29, Currituck County 14

Erwin Triton 45, Eastern Wayne 26

Fayetteville Britt 28, Fayetteville Seventy-First 8

Fayetteville Byrd 49, Southern Lee 7

Fayetteville Sanford 24, Fayetteville Pine Forest 23

Franklin 35, West Henderson 14

Fuquay-Varina 35, Apex 21

Garner 28, Southeast Raleigh 6

Gastonia Forestview 23, Gastonia Huss 0

Goldsboro 61, Seven Springs Spring Creek 12

Greensboro Grimsley 38, Southern Alamance 21

Greensboro Page 28, Greensboro Dudley 20

Greenville Conley 31, Jacksonville 14

Havelock 67, West Carteret 13

Hendersonville 35, Thomas Jefferson 21

Hertford County 30, Kill Devil Hills First Flight 21

Hickory Ridge 24, Concord 21

High Point Andrews 43, Winston-Salem Carver 3

High Point Central 58, Southwest Guilford 0

High Point Christian Academy 55, Forsyth County Day 0

Hoke County 34, Pembroke Swett 14

Hope Mills Gray’s Creek 63, Fayetteville Westover 40

Hough High School 17, Lake Norman 9

Indian Trail Porter Ridge 55, Anson County 0

Jacksonville Northside 34, Clinton 0

Kannapolis Brown 49, Northwest Cabarrus 20

Knightdale 40, Harnett Central 13

Lawndale Burns 49, R-S Central 6

Lincolnton 17, North Lincoln 7

Madison County 42, Mitchell County 0

Marshville Forest Hills 52, North Stanly 7

Matthews Butler 58, South Mecklenburg 0

McDowell County 34, Enka 12

Monroe Piedmont 48, Union Academy 9

Monroe Sun Valley 49, Weddington 42, 4OT

Morganton Freedom 44, Forest City Chase 18

Morganton Patton 55, Community School 0

Morrisville Green Hope 20, Cary 17

Mt. Airy 35, South Stokes 13

Murphy 55, Hayesville 0

New Bern 19, Wilmington Laney 7

North Davidson 55, Winston-Salem Reynolds 0

North Henderson 47, Brevard 20

North Iredell 30, West Iredell 0

North Lenoir 31, Southern Wayne 24

North Pitt 20, Wilson Beddingfield 19

North Raleigh Christian 56, Raleigh Wake Christian 17

North Rowan 20, West Montgomery 14

North Surry 33, East Surry 0

Northern Guilford 44, Eden Morehead 8

Pender County 38, Lakewood (Salemburg) 17

Person County 36, Durham Riverside 34

Pittsboro Northwood 44, Cameron Union 10

Plymouth 44, Manteo 8

Polk County 28, Black Mountain Owen 21

Raleigh Athens Drive 36, Lee County 23

Raleigh Cardinal Gibbons 28, Orange County 21

Raleigh Leesville Road 17, Wake Forest Heritage 14

Raleigh Sanderson 20, Raleigh Enloe 0

Raleigh Wakefield 70, Raleigh Broughton 42

Randleman 37, Wheatmore 0

Reidsville 49, Providence Grove 21

Richmond County 27, Southern Pines Pinecrest 18

Rocky Mount Academy 48, Halifax Academy 7

Rocky River 42, Charlotte Ardrey Kell 31

Rose Hill Union 18, Dunn Midway 9

Salisbury 42, Thomasville 39

Scotland County 35, Lumberton 7

Shelby Crest 59, Kings Mountain 27

Siler City Jordan-Matthews 15, North Brunswick 8

South Caldwell 42, Alexander Central 27

South Columbus 41, Whiteville 0

South Granville 48, Hillsborough Cedar Ridge 8

Southampton Academy, Va. 60, Lawrence Academy 7

Southeast Guilford 35, Western Guilford 7

Southern Durham 27, Northern Durham 23

Southern Guilford 56, Thomasville Ledford 6

Southern Nash 36, Rocky Mount 29

SouthWest Edgecombe 52, Greene Central 6

Southwest Onslow 51, Lejeune 6

Spring Lake Overhills 38, Western Harnett 12

Statesville 59, East Rowan 39

Surry Central 49, North Stokes 15

Swain County 55, Rosman 7

Tarboro 21, Farmville Central 0

Topsail 41, Richlands 6

Valdese Draughn 49, West Caldwell 7

Wake Forest-Rolesville 48, Raleigh Millbrook 22

Wallace-Rose Hill 47, Hobbton 12

Warsaw Kenan 63, Rocky Point Trask 0

West Brunswick 41, West Bladen 13

West Craven 40, Jacksonville White Oak 14

West Rowan 42, China Grove Carson 0

West Stokes 21, Kernersville McGuinness 14

West Wilkes 35, North Wilkes 28

Wilkes Central 21, Elkin 7

Wilmington New Hanover 49, Greenville Rose 14

Wilson Fike 42, Northern Nash 21

Wilson Hunt 34, Nash Central 0

Winston-Salem Mt. Tabor 17, West Forsyth 10

Word of God Christian Academy 64, Lasker Northeast 0

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


TOWSON, MD (UNCW) -– Freshman Maddie McCormick recorded the first hat trick of her collegiate career to lead UNCW past Towson, 5-2, in Colonial Athletic Association women’s soccer action Friday at the Tiger Soccer Complex.

The Seahawks improved to 10-6-1 overall and 5-3-0 in league play they picked up their ninth victory in their last 10 matchups against the Tigers. Towson, meanwhile, dipped to 1-14-1 and 1-7-0 with the setback.

“This was a very tough game as Towson is a dangerous team on their home field,” said UNCW Head Coach Paul Cairney. “The game flowed back and forth and we could not find a good rhythm and credit Towson for putting us under pressure. We had a great team effort for the entire 90 minutes and our team simply battled the whole way.”

“Maddie (McCormick) was obviously a big factor today and she took her chances with great composure,” Cairney added. “Our whole team deserves great credit for attacking with some flair, however, we need to stay disciplined and focused as we defend. Now we put this behind us and get ready for a very good George Mason team on Sunday.”

With the score tied at 1-all midway through the first half, McCormick capitalized on a one-on-one opportunity with Towson sophomore keeper Erin Quinn in the 26th minute to give UNCW a 2-1 edge. Senior Stephanie Rose was credited with an assist on the play.

A goal by Towson junior Emily Banes leveled the score at 2-all at the 33:04 mark, but McCormick put the Seahawks back in front just 33 seconds later as she got behind the Tigers defense and beat Quinn for the eventual game-winning tally.

The Newark, Del., product completed her natural hat trick at the 57:48 mark as she took a through ball from junior Natalie Winslow and once again converted a one-on-one opportunity with Quinn for her sixth goal of the season.

McCormick also became the first UNCW player to record a hat trick since former UNCW standout Kristine Mengle found the back of the net three times in an 8-0 victory over Youngstown State on Sept. 10, 2004.

Rose closed out the scoring in the 61st minute, collecting the ball at midfield before making her way through the Tigers defense and depositing the ball in the back of the net for her team leading 10th goal of the campaign.

Sophomore Stephanie Bronson put the Seahawks ahead early, converting a cross from senior Amanda Holmes exactly three minutes into the start of the contest to give UNCW a 1-0 advantage. The goal was Bronson’s third tally of the season.

Sophomore Taylor Knier tied the game at 1-all in the 14th minute, using a cross from sophomore Katyln Axenfield to record her first tally of the campaign.

Both teams attempted 16 shots during the contest while Towson held a 7-5 edge in corner kicks taken. Senior Caitlin Hunter made six saves in goal for the Seahawks while Quinn finished the game with four stops for the Tigers.

Both teams return to action Sunday with 1 p.m. CAA matinees. UNCW travels to George Mason while Towson entertains Georgia State.


ST. LOUIS (AP) – Barry Zito pitched the San Francisco Giants back into the NL championship series, dominating into the eighth inning of a 5-0 victory over the St. Louis Cardinals on Friday night that narrowed their deficit to 3-2.

The defending champion Cardinals might have thrown away a chance to clinch a second straight World Series trip. Pitcher Lance Lynn’s toss on a possible forceout deflected off the second-base bag, paving the way for the Giants’ four-run fourth.

Pablo Sandoval homered for the second straight night and Zito made an extremely rare offensive contribution with a perfectly executed bunt for an RBI single.

Game 6 will be in San Francisco on Sunday, with Ryan Vogelson pitching for the Giants against Chris Carpenter.

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

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