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WILMINGTON, NC (WWAY) -- Round one of the high school football state playoffs is complete. Pairings for round number two are posted below for teams from our region.

Second-Round pairings for N.C. High School Athletic Association football playoffs
CLASS 4-AA
EAST
(4) Raleigh Wakefield at (1) Garner

(3) Raleigh Leesville Road at (2) Apex Middle Creek

MIDEAST
(4)Fuquay-Varina at (1) Richmond County

(3) Hoke County at (2) Fayetteville Britt

MIDWEST
(4) Charlotte Independence at (1) Matthews Butler

(3) Greensboro Page at (2) East Forsyth

WEST
(4) Charlotte Vance at (1) Charlotte Mallard Creek

(6) West Mecklenburg at (2) Charlotte Olympic

CLASS 4-A
EAST
(5) Wilmington Hoggard at (1) New Bern

(3) Clayton at (2) New Hanover

MIDEAST
(4) Lee County at (1) Scotland County

(6) Southeast Guilford at (2) Fayetteville Smith

MIDWEST
(4) Greensboro Dudley at (1) North Davidson

(7) Winston-Salem Mt. Tabor at (3) Davie County

WEST
(5) Monroe Sun Valley at (1) South Caldwell

3) Asheville Reynolds at (2) Indian Trail Porter Ridge

CLASS 3-AA
EAST
(8) Greenville Conley at (5) Clayton Cleveland

3) Wilson Hunt at (2) Raleigh Cardinal Gibbons

MIDEAST
(5) Chapel Hill at (1) Northern Guilford

(3) Spring Lake Overhills at (2) Southern Guilford

MIDWEST
(4) Kannapolis Brown at (1) Harrisburg Hickory Ridge

(3) Weddington at (2) Charlotte Catholic

WEST
(4) Shelby Crest at (1) Belmont South Point

(3) Asheville Erwin at (2) Statesville

CLASS 3-A
EAST
(5) Jacksonville at (1) Havelock

(3) Washington at (2) Hertford County

MIDEAST
(5)Pikeville Aycock at (1) Eastern Alamance

(3) South Johnston at (2) Orange County

MIDWEST
(4) West Rowan at (1) Concord

(3) Rockingham County at (2) East Rowan

WEST
(4) Morganton Freedom at (1) East Henderson

(3) Hickory at (2) Lawndale Burns

CLASS 2-AA
EAST
(4) North Pitt at (1) Jacksonville Northside

(6) Southwest Edgecombe at (2) Bunn

MIDEAST
(5) Randleman at (1) Carrboro

(3) St. Pauls at (2) Reidsville

MIDWEST
(5) North Surry at (1) High Point Andrews

(6) Central Davidson at (2) Salisbury

WEST
(4) Catawba Bandys at (1) Newton-Conover

(3) South Iredell at (2) Canton Pisgah

CLASS 2-A
EAST
(4) Kinston at (1) Tarboro

(3) Elizabeth City-Northeastern at (2) Edenton Holmes

MIDEAST
(4) Eastern Randolph at (1) East Bladen

(3) South Granville at (2) South Columbus

MIDWEST
(4) Boonville Starmount at (1) East Lincoln

(7) Lincolnton at (6) Thomasville

WEST
(5) Black Mountain Owen at (1) Madison County

(3) Polk County at (2) Shelby

CLASS 1-AA
EAST
(4) Ayden-Grifton at (1) Southwest Onslow

(3) Goldsboro at (2) Northampton County

MIDEAST
(4) Clinton Union at (1) Warsaw Kenan

(6) Pender County at (2) Red Springs

MIDWEST
(5) West Montgomery at (1) Mt. Airy

(6) East Surry at (2) Monroe

WEST
(4) West Wilkes at (1) Swain County

(3) Lake Norman Charter at (2) Hendersonville

CLASS 1-A
EAST
(5) Chocowinity Southside at (1) Plymouth

(3) Manteo at (2) Columbia

MIDEAST
(8) Princeton at (4) North Edgecombe

(7) Jones County at (6) Goldsboro Rosewood

MIDWEST
(4) Union Academy at (1) Albemarle

(3) South Stanly at (2) East Columbus

WEST
(5) Rosman at (1) Elkin

(3) Robbinsville at(2) Murphy

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

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First round scores from the Associated Press have been posted below:

CLASS 4AA

EAST
(1) Garner 59, (8) Raleigh Athens Drive 21

(2) Apex Middle Creek 31, (7) Wilmington Laney 21

(3) Raleigh Leesville Road 43, (6) Wake Forest Heritage 13

(4) Raleigh Wakefield 40, (5) Wake Forest-Rolesville 38

MIDEAST
(1) Richmond County 40, (8) Cary 7

(2) Fayetteville Britt 28, (7) Lumberton 14

(3) Hoke County 24, (6) Southern Pines Pinecrest 14

(4) Fuquay-Varina 43, (5) Morrisville Green Hope 33

MIDWEST
(1) Matthews Butler 49, (8) West Forsyth 0

(2) East Forsyth 42, (7) Charlotte Providence 7

(3) Greensboro Page 40, (6) Charlotte Rocky River 14

(4) Charlotte Independence 45, (5) Northwest Guilford 42

WEST
(1) Charlotte Mallard Creek 66, (8) Lake Norman 0

(2) Charlotte Olympic 42, (7) McDowell County 0

(4) Charlotte Vance 40, (5) Charlotte Myers Park 17

(6) West Mecklenburg 45, (3) Cornelius Hough 40

CLASS 4A
EAST
(1) New Bern 48, (8) Fayetteville Pine Forest 7

(2) New Hanover 28, (7) Southeast Raleigh 14

(3) Clayton 39, (6) Knightdale 14

(5) Wilmington Hoggard 28, (4) Southern Durham 26

MIDEAST
(1) Scotland County 40, (8) East Chapel Hill 5

(2) Fayetteville Smith 42, (7) Northern Durham 14

(4) Lee County 57, (5) Fayetteville Sanford 35

(6) Southeast Guilford 17, (3) Durham Hillside 14

MIDWEST
(1) North Davidson 45, (8) Western Guilford 17

(3) Davie County 38, (6) Jamestown Ragsdale 8

(4) Greensboro Dudley 44, (5) Pfafftown Reagan 22

(7) Winston-Salem Mt. Tabor 15, (2) High Point Central 12

WEST
(1) South Caldwell 17, (8) Huntersville Hopewell 14

(2) Indian Trail Porter Ridge 69, (7) Watauga County 0

(3) Asheville Reynolds 63, (6) Alexander Central 35

(5) Monroe Sun Valley 37, (4) Asheville Roberson 31

CLASS 3AA
EAST
(2) Cardinal Gibbons 57, (7) Hope Mills Gray's Creek 52

(3) Wilson Hunt 28, (6) Southern Nash 7

(5) Clayton Cleveland 40, (4) West Brunswick 33

(8) Greenville Conley 33, (1) Erwin Triton 0

MIDEAST
(1) Northern Guilford 69, (8) Asheboro 0

(2) Southern Guilford 37, (7) Fayetteville Westover 12

(3) Spring Lake Overhills 38, (6) Western Alamance 20

(5) Chapel Hill 23, (4) Fayetteville Byrd 20, 2OT

MIDWEST
(1) Harrisburg Hickory Ridge 69, (8) Thomasville Ledford 14

(2) Charlotte Catholic 15, (7) Washaw Marvin Ridge 12

(3) Weddington 42, (6) Concord Cox Mill 6

(4) Kannapolis Brown 41, (5) North Forsyth 34

WEST
(1) Belmont South Point 55, (8) Charlotte Berry 25

(2) Statesville 62, (7) Enka 12

(3) Asheville Erwin 41, (6) Asheville 34

(4) Shelby Crest 58, (5) Gastonia Ashbrook 14

CLASS 3A
EAST
(1) Havelock 49, (8) Currituck County 0

(2) Hertford County 52, (7) West Carteret 26

(3) Washington 48, (6) West Craven 6

(5) Jacksonville 27, (4) Rocky Mount 14

MIDEAST
(1) Eastern Alamance 28, (8) South Brunswick 14

(2) Orange County 38, (7) Eastern Wayne 6

(3) South Johnston 30, (6) Southern Vance 12

(5) Pikeville Aycock 36, (4) Burlington Williams 22

MIDWEST
(1) Concord 51, (8) Mayodan McMichael 38

(2) East Rowan 49, (7) China Grove Carson 14

(3) Rockingham County 48, (6) Central Cabarrus 33

(4) West Rowan 21, (5) Northeast Guilford 17

WEST
(1) East Henderson 44, (8) Gastonia Huss 21

(2) Lawndale Burns 28, (7) Gastonia Forestview 6

(3) Hickory 35, (6) Lenoir Hibriten 17

(4) Morganton Freedom 42, (5) Franklin 14

CLASS 2AA
EAST
(1) Jacksonville Northside 47, (8) Croatan 10

(2) Bunn 36, (7) North Brunswick 0

(4) North Pitt 48, (5) Topsail 27

(6) Southwest Edgecombe 30, (3) East Duplin 26

MIDEAST
(1) Carrboro 56, (8) Burlington Cummings 13

(2) Reidsville 41, (7) Wendell Corinth Holders 24

(3) St. Pauls 22, (6) Pittsboro Northwood 17

(5) Randleman 21, (4) Franklinton 14

MIDWEST
(1) High Point Andrews 28, (8) Monroe Piedmont 14

(2) Salisbury 42, (7) Waxhaw Cuthbertson 31

(5) North Surry 24, (4) West Stokes 22

(6) Central Davidson 47, (3) Marshville Forest Hills 46

WESTNO COLONS!!!CLASS 2A
(1) Newton-Conover 49, (8) Ashe County 0

(2) Canton Pisgah 49, (7) Sylva Smoky Mountain 28

(3) South Iredell 69, (6) West Lincoln 15

(4) Catawba Bandys 34, (5) East Burke 7

EAST
(1) Tarboro 53, (8) Wilson Beddingfield 13

(2) Edenton Holmes 56, (7) Louisburg 8

(3) Elizabeth City Northeastern 35, (6) Bertie County 22

(4) Kinston 48, (5) Kill Devil First Flight 21

MIDEAST
(1) East Bladen 28, (8) Whiteville 7

(2) South Columbus 31, (7) Clinton 20

(3) South Granville 11, (6) Silver City Jordan-Matthews 0

(4) Eastern Randolph 47, (5) Climax Providence Grove 7

MIDWEST
(1) East Lincoln 49, (8) Trinity Wheatmore 0

(4) Booneville Starmount 24, (5) Winston-Salem Carver 20

(6) Thomasville 27, (3) Maiden 24

(7) Lincolnton 41, (2) Wilkes Central 21

WEST
(1) Madison County 62, (8) Burnsville Mountain Heritage 7

(2) Shelby 10, (7) Forest City Chase 7

(3) Polk County 23, (6) East Rutherford 13

(5) Black Mountain Owen 35, (4) Valdese Draughn 6

CLASS 1AA
EAST
(1) Southwest Onslow 35, (8) Camden County 12

(2) Northampton County 42, (7) Martin Riverside 32

(3) Goldsboro 40, (6) Holly Ridge Dixon 0

(4) Ayden-Grifton 57, (5) Gates County 7

MIDEAST
(1) Warsaw Kenan 48, (8) East Montgomery 0

(2) Red Springs 62, (7) Dunn Midway 9

(4) Clinton Union 42, (5) Salemburg Lakewood 7

(6) Pender County 40, (3) Wallace-Rose Hill 20

MIDWEST
(1) Mt. Airy 47, (8) Central Academy 14

(2) Monroe 69, (7) Kernersville McGuinness 0

(5) West Montgomery 34, (4) North Rowan 28

(6) East Surry 24, (3) South Stokes 22

WEST
(1) Swain County 68, (8) East Wilkes 22

(2) Hendersonville 61, (7) North Wilkes 13

(3) Lake Norman Charter 48, (6) Avery County 0

(4) West Wilkes 19, (5) Cherryville 14

CLASS 1A
EAST
(2) Columbia 50, (7) Swan Quarter Mattamuskeet 24

(3) Manteo 49, (6) Pinetown Northside 14

(5) Chocowinity Southside 34, (4) Creswell 0

MIDEAST
(4) North Edgecombe 30, (5) Weldon 12

(6) Goldsboro Rosewood 34, (3) Lejeune 20

(7) Jones County 7, (2) Southeast Halifax 6

(8) Princeton 28, (1) North Duplin 21

MIDWEST
(1) Albemarle 63, (8) South Robeson 0

(2) East Columbus 52, (7) North Stokes 6

(3) South Stanly 29, (6) Chatham Central 20

(4) Union Academy 56, (5) West Columbus 6

WEST ***NO COLONS!!!***

(1) Elkin 44, (8) Alleghany County 6

(2) Murphy 69, (7) Cherokee 20

(3) Robbinsville 12, (6) Hayesville 8

(5) Rosman 26, (4) Mooresboro Jefferson Classical 14

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

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High School Soccer Boys Playoffs- Round Two

Laney 1
Ashley 0 OT

Bucs advance to round three

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NEWARK, DE (UNCW) -– Kyle Bruno’s goal in the 36th minute lifted Delaware to a 1-0 win over UNCW on Friday in Colonial Athletic Association men’s soccer action at the UD Mini-Stadium.
With the loss, the Seahawks (7-10-1, 4-11-4) enter the CAA tournament as the six-seed and will visit James Madison on Nov. 5 for a first round game with the Dukes. Drexel won the regular season title and will host the final four on Nov. 9 and 11. Delaware, the reigning conference champions, concludes its season with a record of 4-11-4 and 2-5-3.
“We had opportunities in the first half, but weren’t able to convert,” said UNCW Head Coach Aidan Heaney. “Credit Delaware, they were able to get the goal they needed. We’re looking forward to playing Monday at JMU. It’s a new season and we’re eager to get after it.”
The Seahawks held a narrow 13-12 advantage in shots, but managed just three on goal.
Sam Williams finished with a season-high five saves for the Seahawks while UD’s Paul DeFeo was called upon to make three stops.
Joe Dipre was credited with an assist on Bruno’s goal. For Bruno, it was his second goal of the season and helped the Blue Hens halt a three-game losing streak.
The win also extended UD’s winning streak against UNCW to three straight. The Seahawks still own an 8-3 series lead.
The Seahawks hosted James Madison earlier this season and saw the Dukes nip the Seahawks, 2-1, with a goal in the second overtime period.

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WILLIAMSBURG, VA (UNCW) -– Third-seeded UNCW advanced past No. 2 seed Drexel, 4-1, on penalty kicks after the two sides played to a 1-1 double-overtime draw in the semifinals of the 2012 CAA Women’s Soccer Championship Friday at Albert/Daly Field.
Playing in their second straight shootout, the Seahawks moved to 12-6-3 on the season as they advanced to Sunday’s championship contest, where they will face the winner of Friday’s second semifinal between top-seeded William & Mary and No. 5 seed Hofstra. Kickoff is set for 2 p.m. The Dragons, who were making their first appearance in the CAA Women’s Soccer Championship, finished the season with a 13-3-3 overall record.
With the score tied at 1-all after regulation and two 10-minute overtime sessions, the two teams went to a five-player shootout to determine who would advance to Sunday’s championship contest.
Senior Ali Nagle put UNCW up 1-0 as she converted her opportunity in the top half of the first round while Drexel was unable to answer as its attempt hit found the crossbar.
Senior Lindsay Henry put the Seahawks up 2-0 in the top of the second round. The Dragons bad luck continued in the bottom half of the frame, however, as their second try glanced off the outside of the right post.
The two sides traded goals in the third round with UNCW sophomore Mary-Chesnut Smith and Drexel junior Sam Greenfield converting their attempts to make it a 3-1 contest.
Senior Stephanie Rose would bring the shootout to a close in the top of the fourth round, sending her try into the upper right-hand corner of the net to give UNCW a 4-1 shootout victory and send the Seahawks to their second championship game appearance in four seasons. UNCW won the 2009 championship with a 1-0 victory over James Madison.
After no goals and very few scoring chances over the first 80 minutes of the contest, both teams got on the board in the final 10 minutes of regulation.

Freshman Maddie McCormick opened the scoring at the 81:04 mark, taking a feed from Rose and placing a shot just inside the right post from 12 yards out for her eighth goal of the season.
Drexel drew a little more than five minutes after McCormick’s tally when sophomore Melissa Chapman corralled a loose ball at the top of the box and sent a volley into the upper left-hand corner of the net for her fourth goal of the season.
Both teams had chances to end the game in the first overtime session. Junior Nicole Costa headed a cross from junior Natalie Winslow that slipped just outside the left post for UNCW at the 91:20 mark while Greenfield rang a shot off the crossbar for Drexel from 22 yards out in the 95th minute.
In the second overtime session, UNCW appeared to have scored the game-winning goal in the 107th minute, but the Seahawks were called for offsides. Drexel countered with a pair of point-blank chances in the final minute of the session, but Seahawks senior keeper Caitlin Hunter made the save on both tries to preserve the 1-1 tie.
Drexel posted a 22-10 shot advantage in the contest, highlighted by a 17-5 edge in the second half and overtime. The Dragons also held a slim 2-1 margin in corner kicks taken. Hunter made eight saves for the Seahawks while Badana finished with five stops for the Dragons.

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Jimmy Fletcher

Ok Trojan Parents and Fans, Time for us to speak up AGAIN and get us a new coaching staff West Brunswick. Here we are again with the season over. Again this year we ran up the middle and ran up the middle. We had two good running backs and thats all we had. We couldn't pass at all because of our quarterback, when we had a kid riding the beach that could have probably beaten cleveland with his arm, but as always Fletcher, Orrock, Hanks and the other coaches play favorites and only cetain kids play and most of the time play both sides of the ball, all because their mother teaches at West brunswick. These kids at west are never given the opportunity to compete for the positions, as It was told by one coach named sirgal or surgol, it is predetermined that the two kids of the teacher at west are playing no matter what. The next issue are the attitudes of the players, throwing helmets, cursing at coaches and cursing at other players and well as pushing coach Hardy. Now for the future, lets get a new coaching staff, if Fletcher is locked in and staying as coach, then lets get rid of Orrock, who plays favorties most of all. Lets find a offensive coach that knows football, and not up the middle or the option. Football as well as other high school sports are suppose to help give kids a purpose to stay in school and a feeling of team and belonging and self worth, But Orrock with you and your favortism and non-coaching ability it tears the kids now and makes them feel worthless, just remember how many kids quit this year because of your favortism, not to mention the seniors that quit and the others YOU made stand on the sidelines. I look at the other schools in the county and the ones we played, These coaches and teams included and welcomed the parents to be apart of the team, We as west brunswick parents were made to feel like that we had to stay away and we had better not say anything or our kids would be punished and not allowed to play. There is no sense of community and team or team spirit with Orrock or Fletcher. Orrock I hope your conscience eats away at you because of how you have treated some of the kids and played favorites. Heart, Effort and Fire brings your championships, not favoritism.