WWAY's Friday night sports - Oct. 26
 

WILMINGTON, NC (WWAY) -- The 2012 high school football regular season is over. It ended on a windy, somewhat rainy Friday night. Click play video in order to see WWAY's 5th Quarter. Click full story for scores from around the state. The state playoffs begin next Friday.

Note: West Bladen lost to Terry Sanford on Friday, but WWAY wants to pass along an impressive stat line from the visiting West Bladen Knights. Quarterback Josh Wilcox was 39 for 58 throwing the football for a total of 485 yards. Wide receiver Malcolm Vaught had 20 receptions for a total of 357 yards. The Bulldogs beat the Knights 44-20.

Friday's Scores
The Associated Press

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Albemarle 48, South Stanly 6

Anson County 35, Monroe Parkwood 0

Apex Middle Creek 61, Apex 14

Asheville Erwin 61, Asheville 35

Asheville Reynolds 49, North Buncombe 6

Asheville Roberson 52, Enka 6

Avery County 13, Mitchell County 6

Belmont South Point 42, Shelby Crest 24

Black Mountain Owen 64, Thomas Jefferson 12

Bunn 28, Louisburg 22

Burlington Cummings 42, Siler City Jordan-Matthews 35

Canton Pisgah 56, Brevard 14

Carrboro 63, Providence Grove 34

Cary 9, Raleigh Athens Drive 7

Catawba Bandys 45, Claremont Bunker Hill 14

Central Cabarrus 49, Mt. Pleasant 27

Central Davidson 41, West Davidson 0

Charlotte Berry Tech 51, Charlotte Harding 20

Charlotte Catholic 56, Charlotte Olympic 35

Charlotte Christian 24, Charlotte Providence Day 16

Charlotte Country Day 33, Charlotte Latin 7

Charlotte Mallard Creek 28, Hough High School 3

Charlotte Myers Park 36, Rocky River 13

Charlotte Providence 31, Charlotte Ardrey Kell 17

Charlotte Vance 48, West Charlotte 0

Chatham Central 46, North Moore 2

China Grove Carson 41, North Iredell 6

Chocowinity Southside 36, Pinetown Northside 12

Clayton 42, Knightdale 21

Clayton Cleveland 48, Southern Lee 13

Clinton 45, South Lenoir 3

Columbia 46, Swan Quarter Mattamuskeet 2

Concord 21, Kannapolis Brown 14

Cox Mill 50, Northwest Cabarrus 28

Croatan 29, Richlands 23

Cuthbertson 38, Monroe Piedmont 32

Dixon 33, Lejeune 12

Dunn Midway 40, Hobbton 21

Durham Hillside 22, Northern Durham 14

Durham Riverside 40, Durham Jordan 0

East Bend Forbush 42, Elkin 21

East Bladen 7, North Brunswick 6

East Chapel Hill 27, Person County 20

East Columbus 54, South Robeson 6

East Forsyth 50, Kernersville Glenn 7

East Henderson 53, West Henderson 21

East Lincoln 63, Cherryville 6

East Rutherford 24, Forest City Chase 21

East Wake 27, West Johnston 23

East Wilkes 23, Ashe County 8

Eastern Alamance 35, Burlington Williams 8

Eastern Wayne 13, North Lenoir 0

Edenton Holmes 27, Elizabeth City Northeastern 21

Erwin Triton 34, South Johnston 15

Farmville Central 27, Greene Central 24

Fayetteville Britt 14, Fayetteville Pine Forest 7

Fayetteville Byrd 42, Cameron Union 7

Fayetteville Sanford 44, West Bladen 20

Fayetteville Smith 34, Cape Fear 3

Fayetteville Westover 34, Western Harnett 7

Franklin 48, Waynesville Tuscola 21

Franklinton 70, Warren County 8

Garner 56, Harnett Central 14

Gastonia Ashbrook 35, Gastonia Huss 31

Gastonia Forestview 49, Kings Mountain 20

Goldsboro 30, Ayden-Grifton 25

Graham 34, Yanceyville Yancey 21

Granville Central 71, South Granville 6

Greensboro Dudley 42, Greensboro Grimsley 14

Greensboro Page 42, Southeast Guilford 28

Greenville Conley 40, South Central Pitt 14

Harrells Christian Academy 86, Raleigh Ravenscroft 49

Havelock 44, West Craven 7

Hayesville 35, Andrews 7

Hendersonville 28, Polk County 20

Hertford County 29, Bertie County 13

Hickory 63, Newton Foard 0

Hickory Ridge 42, Concord Robinson 31

High Point Andrews 63, Wheatmore 7

High Point Central 27, Jamestown Ragsdale 9

Hoke County 35, Southern Pines Pinecrest 7

Hope Mills South View 27, Fayetteville Seventy-First 24

Huntersville Hopewell 28, North Mecklenburg 21

Indian Trail Porter Ridge 21, Monroe Sun Valley 0

Jacksonville 28, Jacksonville White Oak 13

Jones County 29, East Carteret 6

Kernersville McGuinness 34, North Stokes 21

Kinston 28, North Pitt 16

Lake Norman 27, Mooresville 26

Lake Norman Charter 52, Gastonia Highland Tech 7

Lakewood (Salemburg) 14, Rose Hill Union 7

Lawndale Burns 14, Shelby 9

Lee County 28, Holly Springs 21

Lenoir Hibriten 58, Alexander Central 51

Lincolnton 37, West Lincoln 14

Lumberton 42, Pembroke Swett 18

Madison County 35, Burnsville Mountain Heritage 7

Maiden 23, Valdese Draughn 13

Manteo 67, Camden County 35

Matthews Butler 33, Charlotte Independence 14

Mayodan McMichael 42, Eastern Guilford 13

McDowell County 48, North Wilkes 20

Monroe 28, Marshville Forest Hills 23

Morganton Freedom 28, Morganton Patton 7

Morrisville Green Hope 14, Panther Creek 3

Mt. Airy 51, East Surry 7

New Bern 48, Greenville Rose 7

Newton-Conover 28, West Caldwell 6

North Davidson 34, Davie County 24

North Duplin 49, Seven Springs Spring Creek 14

North Forsyth 62, Southwestern Randolph 0

North Lincoln 42, Bessemer City 6

North Raleigh Christian 28, Fayetteville Christian 7

North Rowan 74, South Davidson 0

North Stanly 24, West Stanly 20

Northampton County 35, Southeast Halifax 28

Northeast Guilford 24, Thomasville Ledford 21

Northern Guilford 28, Western Alamance 14

Orange County 41, Chapel Hill 26

Pender County 34, Rocky Point Trask 0

Pfafftown Reagan 24, Winston-Salem Mt. Tabor 17

Pikeville Aycock 26, Southern Wayne 0

Pittsboro Northwood 42, Hillsborough Cedar Ridge 0

Plymouth 60, Perquimans County 12

Raleigh Broughton 49, Raleigh Sanderson 21

Raleigh Cardinal Gibbons 17, Oxford Webb 0

Raleigh Leesville Road 36, Wake Forest-Rolesville 7

Raleigh Millbrook 51, Raleigh Enloe 7

Raleigh Wakefield 42, Wake Forest Heritage 21

Randleman 50, Winston-Salem Atkins 7

Red Springs 48, West Columbus 6

Reidsville 40, Eastern Randolph 13

Roanoke Rapids 53, Northwest Halifax 19

Robbinsville 35, Cherokee 14

Rockingham County 36, Eden Morehead 6

Rocky Mount 25, Northern Nash 9

Rosewood 43, Princeton 41, 3OT

Rosman 69, Rabun Gap-Nachoochee, Ga. 49

Salisbury 47, East Davidson 18

Scotland County 21, Richmond County 14

South Caldwell 33, R-S Central 6

South Columbus 27, West Brunswick 14

South Iredell 30, East Burke 0

South Mecklenburg 21, East Mecklenburg 20

South Stokes 52, Surry Central 14

Southeast Raleigh 38, Smithfield-Selma 7

Southern Alamance 56, Greensboro Smith 50

Southern Guilford 49, Asheboro 10

Southern Nash 38, Nash Central 36

Southern Vance 6, Northern Vance 0, 2OT

Southlake Christian 55, Forsyth County Day 0

Southwest Onslow 44, Pamlico County 12

Spring Lake Overhills 27, Hope Mills Gray's Creek 20

St. Pauls 54, Fairmont 8

Statesville 56, South Rowan 6

Swain County 21, Murphy 0

Sylva Smoky Mountain 41, North Henderson 27

Tarboro 34, Wilson Beddingfield 0

Thomasville 42, Lexington 21

Topsail 14, Swansboro 7

Union Academy 47, Monroe Central 7

Warsaw Kenan 21, Wallace-Rose Hill 20

Washington 31, West Carteret 14

Watauga County 43, Hickory St. Stephens 21

Weddington 17, Marvin Ridge 9

Weldon 48, Rocky Mount Prep 0

Wendell Corinth-Holders 48, North Johnston 14

West Forsyth 50, Winston-Salem Reynolds 7

West Mecklenburg 79, East Gaston 8

West Montgomery 27, East Montgomery 7

West Rowan 53, West Iredell 0

West Stokes 21, North Surry 12

Whiteville 26, South Brunswick 19

Wilkes Central 14, Boonville Starmount 7

Wilmington Laney 28, Wilmington Ashley 7

Wilmington New Hanover 20, Wilmington Hoggard 7

Wilson Hunt 28, Wilson Fike 7

Winston-Salem Carver 33, Trinity 7

Winston-Salem Parkland 21, Southwest Guilford 19

Word of God Christian Academy 38, Rocky Mount Academy 7

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Note: West Bladen lost to Terry Sanford on Friday, but WWAY wants to pass along a stat line from the visiting West Bladen Knights. Quarterback Josh Wilcox was 39 for 58 throwing the football for a total of 485 yards. Wide receiver Malcolm Vaught had 20 receptions for a total of 357 yards.

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WILMINGTON, NC (UNCW) -– With severe weather expected to impact the Wilmington area this weekend, there will be a soccer doubleheader Sunday at the UNCW Soccer Stadium.

The day will begin with a quarterfinal match in the 2012 Colonial Athletic Association Women’s Soccer Championship between No. 3 seeded UNCW and No. 6 Delaware at 2 p.m.

The second game, scheduled for 5 p.m., will feature the UNCW men battling CAA rival Towson in a regular season game moved back from Saturday night.

Visit UNCWsports.com for updates on games and times as the weekend progresses.

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WILMINGTON, NC (UNCW) -- Junior Christi Laite and sophomore Morgan Kline tallied 11 kills apiece to lead UNCW to a 3-2 (25-17, 18-25, 19-25, 25-14, 15-8) come-from-behind victory over George Mason in Colonial Athletic Association volleyball action Friday at Hanover Hall.

The Seahawks improved to 10-14 overall and 2-6 in CAA play as they recorded their third straight victory. The Patriots, meanwhile, moved to 4-17 and 2-6 with the five-set defeat.

Laite and Kline powered a UNCW attack that combined for 48 kills and a .197 hitting percentage as junior Courtney Porter and sophomore Leah Gagliardi chipped in eight spikes apiece. Kline also added 12 digs to record her team-leading eighth double-double of the season while senior setter Victoria Phillips dished out 19 assists and added 11 bumps to post her fifth double-double. Senior Natalie Lahaie handed out 21 assists and chipped in eight digs. Junior Haley Collins joined Kline and Phillips in double-figure digs with 12 while junior Siera Young tallied a team-high six total blocks.

Junior Lana Zonjic led four Mason players in double figures as she tallied a match-high 13 kills. Freshmen Lolade Owokoniran and Isabella Zaliagiris notched 12 spikes apiece while senior Danielle Cook finished with 10. Zonjic also recorded a match-best 17 digs and Zaliagiris pitched in 14 bumps to give both players a double-double. Junior Tori Price handed out 39 assists and added 11 digs to join Zaliagiris and Zonjic in the double-double category.

With the score tied at 10-all in the first set, a kill by Laite sparked the Seahawks to a 9-2 spurt and a 21-12 advantage. The Patriots would trim the deficit to six later in the frame, 23-17, before another kill by Laite and a GMU attack error would propel the Seahawks to a 25-17 opening-set victory.

Leading 6-5 early in the second set, a service error by the Seahawks started a 14-6 spurt that would put the Patriots ahead, 20-11. UNCW would pull within six moments later, 22-16, but Mason would tally three of the next five points to record a 25-18 triumph and even the match at 1-all.

In a tight third set that featured a total of 12 ties and four lead changes, a kill by Zonjic would break an 18-all deadlock and ignite a 6-1 stretch that gave the Patriots a 25-19 victory and a 2-1 lead.

UNCW would never trail in the fourth set, using a 7-1 spurt to expand a 10-8 edge into a 17-9 cushion. Mason would rattle off three straight points to end the run and trim the Seahawks advantage to 17-12, but a Gagliardi spike returned the momentum to the Seahawks, as they would notch eight of the last 10 points of the frame to take a 25-14 decision and force a fifth set.

UNCW would continue to control play in the fifth set, notching four of the first five points of the frame to build a quick 4-1 lead. A kill by Zaliagiris and an attack error by the Seahawks would make it a 4-3 contest, but UNCW responded by notching eight of the next 11 points to take a 12-6 lead. The two sides would then trade points until a Patriots attack error on match point gave UNCW a 15-8 win and the match.

Both teams return to action Sunday. UNCW entertains James Madison in a 1 p.m. matinee while Mason travels to William & Mary for a 2 p.m. match.

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Im not one to complain about referees. But they missed a call that cost north bruns. The game. How can you knock some one down and not get a pass int. Call. L et the boys play