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WILMINGTON, NC (WWAY) - Scores from our region. In most cases we have video of these games on the 5th Quarter. Click the play video icon to see WWAY's 5th Quarter with John Rendleman & Trot Nixon. Video will be online by 1am

DAVIDSON DAY 64 - HARRELLS 14

MARVIN RIDGE 70 - PENDER 6

WALLACE-ROSE HILL 52 - JONES 0

JAMES KENAN 25 - EAST DUPLIN 0

SUN VALLEY 37 - EAST BLADEN 14

ST. PAULS 24 - WEST BLADEN 22

NEW HANOVER 35 - PURNELL SWETT 20

HAVELOCK 37- KINSTON 0

NEW BERN 28 - JACKSONVILLE 0

SW ONSLOW 27 - SWANSBORO 14

LEJEUNE 42 - ROSEWOOD 12

NORTH BRUNSWICK 47 - SOUTH BRUNSWICK 14

SOUTH COLUMBUS 44 - WEST BRUNSWICK 14

TOPSAIL 14 - CROATAN 7

ASHLEY 31 - WHITE OAK 24

WHITEVILLE 16 - CLINTON 6

WAKE FOREST 33 - HOGGARD 23

EAST COLUMBUS 38 - TRASK 14

FAIRMONT 40 - LAKE VIEW 8

DIXON 46 - NORTH DUPLIN 19

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Friday's Football Scores - The Associated Press

PREP FOOTBALL
Albemarle 41, East Montgomery 0

Alexander Central 26, Catawba Bandys 16

Alleghany County 58, South Stokes 41

Arendell-Parrott Academy 72, Word of God Christian Academy 28

Asheboro 34, Randleman 33

Boonville Starmount 21, East Bend Forbush 14

Burnsville Mountain Heritage 42, Rosman 26

Canton Pisgah 46, Hayesville 0

Cape Fear 30, Fayetteville Sanford 14

Central Cabarrus 45, China Grove Carson 10

Chatham, Va. 42, Yanceyville Yancey 14

Chesterfield, S.C. 28, Anson County 13

Claremont Bunker Hill 47, West Iredell 8

Clayton 37, Smithfield-Selma 23

Concord 51, Hickory Ridge 27

Corinth Holders 21, Bunn 10

Currituck County 27, Kill Devil Hills First Flight 14

Davidson Day 64, Harrells Christian 14

Dixon 46, North Duplin 19

Dunn Midway 31, Lakewood (Salemburg) 10

East Columbus 38, Rocky Point Trask 14

East Forsyth 35, Pfafftown Reagan 33

East Rowan 21, Cox Mill 20

East Rutherford 34, Kings Mountain 20

Eastern Alamance 75, Mayodan McMichael 7

Edenton Holmes 44, Pamlico County 27

Elkin 18, Surry Central 7

Erwin Triton 37, Southern Lee 21

Fairmont 40, Lake View, S.C. 8

Farmville Central 48, Ayden-Grifton 18

Fayetteville Pine Forest 23, Gray's Creek 10

Fayetteville Seventy-First 30, Lumberton 29

Fayetteville Smith 44, Fayetteville Byrd 38

Franklin 35, Swain County 14

Franklinton 59, Northwest Halifax 8

Fuquay-Varina 22, West Johnston 17

Garner 42, Cary 28

Gastonia Ashbrook 31, Asheville Roberson 21

Gastonia Forestview 44, East Lincoln 27

Goldsboro 40, Pikeville Aycock 30

Greensboro Dudley 24, Durham Hillside 7

Greensboro Page 21, Jamestown Ragsdale 10

Greensboro Smith 35, Burlington Cummings 21

Greenville Conley 55, West Carteret 7

Greenville Rose 21, Rocky Mount 7

Havelock 37, Kinston 0

Hertford County 14, Nash Central 7

High Point Central 42, Greensboro Grimsley 27

Hobgood Academy 70, Lasker Northeast 6

Hope Mills South View 39, Hoke County 28

Jacksonville Northside 73, Mattamuskeet 6

Kannapolis Brown 45, Charlotte Berry Tech 39

Kernersville Glenn 17, Winston-Salem Reynolds 14

Kernersville McGuinness 42, Wheatmore 0

Knightdale 49, Raleigh Enloe 14

Knoxville West, Tenn. 34, Asheville 20

Knoxville West, Tenn. 34, Asheville School 20

Lake Norman Charter 38, Gastonia Highland Tech 0

Lawndale Burns 48, Forest City Chase 9

Lee County 42, Western Harnett 7

Lejeune 42, Rosewood 12

Lenoir Hibriten 39, Ashe County 6

Maiden 63, Hickory St. Stephens 0

Mallard Creek 52, Charlotte Catholic 7

Manteo 47, Cape Hatteras 0

Marvin Ridge 70, Pender 6

McDowell County 29, Mitchell County 0

Monroe Parkwood 40, Siler City Jordan-Matthews 20

Monroe Piedmont 49, Marshville Forest Hills 35

Monroe Sun Valley 39, East Bladen 14

Mooresville 35, Hickory 6

Morganton Freedom 45, Newton-Conover 32

Morrisville Green Hope 49, Cleveland 28

Mt. Airy 30, North Surry 27

Mt. Pleasant 14, Concord Robinson 9

Murphy 48, Sylva Smoky Mountain 14

New Bern 28, Jacksonville 0

North Brunswick 47, South Brunswick 14

North Buncombe 21, West Henderson 19

North Davidson 49, Lexington 0

North Gaston 62, Cherryville 13

North Henderson 27, Hendersonville 6

North Iredell 31, East Wilkes 13

North Lincoln 41, Bessemer City 28

North Pitt 33, South Central Pitt 7

North Rowan 28, Davie County 13

North Stanly 26, West Stanly 25

Northeast Guilford 26, Rockingham County 16

Northern Guilford 49, Burlington Williams 7

Northwest Guilford 42, Reidsville 14

Orange County 35, Graham 0

Panther Creek 24, Durham Jordan 0

Pasquotank County 26, KIPP Pride 6

Patton 47, Community School 0

Perquimans 41, Creswell 26

Person 21, Halifax County, Va. 17

Pittsboro Northwood 41, Carrboro 19

Plymouth 42, Gates County 0

Polk County 21, Landrum, S.C. 15

Princeton 45, North Johnston 32

Providence Grove 21, Southwestern Randolph 6

Raleigh Cardinal Gibbons 35, Raleigh Broughton 28

Raleigh Leesville Road 39, Raleigh Athens Drive 3

Raleigh Millbrook 41, Northern Durham 2

Raleigh Sanderson 27, Holly Springs 16

Raleigh Wakefield 42, Southeast Raleigh 11

Richlands 31, South Lenoir 6

Richmond County 62, Fayetteville Britt 37

Riverside Martin 33, Chocowinity Southside 0

Rocky Mount Academy 52, St. David's 7

Rocky River 28, Gastonia Huss 17

Scotland 53, Southern Durham 31

Seven Springs Spring Creek 24, Raleigh Wake Christian 20

Shelby 45, R-S Central 14

Shelby Crest 39, Valdese Draughn 12

South Columbus 44, West Brunswick 14

South Johnston 50, Red Springs 28

South Stanly 34, North Moore 14

Southampton Academy, Va. 52, Cary Christian 0

Southern Alamance 45, East Chapel Hill 28

Southern Guilford 14, Eastern Randolph 2

Southern Nash 50, Roanoke Rapids 27

Southern Pines Pinecrest 55, Winston-Salem Parkland 0

Southern Wayne 52, North Lenoir 33

Southlake Christian 53, High Point Christian Academy 16

Southwest Guilford 49, Western Guilford 42

Southwest Onslow 27, Swansboro 14

Spring Lake Overhills 46, Harnett Central 19

St. Pauls 24, West Bladen 22

Tarboro 14, SouthWest Edgecombe 0

Thomasville Ledford 13, East Davidson 10

Topsail 14, Croatan 7

Trinity 32, Cameron Union Pines 31

Trinity Christian 44, Concord First Assembly 14

Union Academy 62, South Davidson 0

Union County, Ga. 34, Andrews 6

Village Christian 60, Granville Central 0

Wake Forest Heritage 41, East Wake 35

Wake Forest-Rolesville 33, Wilmington Hoggard 23

Wallace-Rose Hill 52, Jones 0

Warsaw Kenan 25, East Duplin 0

Watauga County 57, Avery County 36

Weddington 39, Monroe 22

West Caldwell 19, Enka 12

West Craven 14, Washington 7

West Davidson 30, Central Davidson 21

West Forsyth 40, Statesville 24

West Lincoln 38, Newton Foard 12

West Montgomery 68, Chatham Central 0

West Stokes 16, East Surry 9

Western Alamance 27, Eden Morehead 7

Whiteville 16, Clinton 6

Wilmington Ashley 31, Jacksonville White Oak 24

Wilmington New Hanover 35, Pembroke Swett 20

Wilson Fike 37, Wilson Beddingfield 27

Wilson Hunt 28, Elizabeth City Northeastern 16

Winston-Salem Carver 31, North Forsyth 27

Winston-Salem Mt. Tabor 25, Matthews Butler 19

(Copyright 2013 The Associated Press. All rights reserved. This material may not be published, broadcast, rewritten or redistributed.)

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WILMINGTON, NC (UNCW) -– The UNCW women’s soccer team scored a pair of goals in each half and four different players found the net in a successful home opener, 4-2, over visiting Texas A&M-Corpus Christi Friday night at the UNCW Soccer Stadium.

The Seahawks improved to 2-5-0 this season by winning their first game in the Courtyard Marriott Wilmington Invitational. UNCW meets Longwood in Sunday’s championship finale after the Lancers held on for a 4-3 nail biter over Elon in the tourney opener.

In Friday’s nightcap, the Seahawks dominated the game offensively, outshooting TAMCC by a wide 24-5 margin, but still had some tense moments late in the game before breaking away. TAMCC now stands 1-4-0 on the young season.

Junior midfielder Stephanie Bronson got Paul Cairney’s team off to a quick start by taking a pass from Katrina Guillou and beating TAMCC goalie Audrey Baldwin just 34 seconds into the contest for a quick 1-0 advantage.

The Seahawks increased the lead to 2-0 at 10:09 when Natalie Winslow sent a long pass to Maddie McCormick and the sophomore midfielder converted a one-on-one for her second strike of the season.

TAMCC, behind leading scoring Yvette Franco, scored with just under 15 minutes remaining in the first period to keep close at intermission. The speedy Franco took a ball at the top of the penalty area and found the net from 18 yards out to get the Islanders on the board.

In the second half, UNCW freshman Caroline McLain pushed the margin to 3-1 with her first career goal at 62:23. The rookie from Cary, N.C., raced down the right side, cut across the end line and stunned Baldwin from close range to give the Seahawks a two-goal cushion.

Junior Katie O’Connell hiked the lead to 4-1 by scoring at the 71:11 mark. Freshman Kennedy Ulrich was credited with an assist as the Seahawks recorded a season-high in scoring with their fourth goal.

Franco then closed out the scoring by notching her second goal of the game and the seventh of the season when she beat UNCW reserve keeper Caroline Huddy in a breakaway at 80:51.

Longwood 4, Elon 3: Longwood, 1-3-2, built a 2-0 lead in the first half and survived a late scare to edge Elon, 4-3, in the tournament opener. Freshman midfielder Amanda Spencer scored a hat trick for the Lancers, including the game-winner with 5:02 remaining to help the Lancers win for the first time this season. Elon, 3-1-1, outshot Longwood by a 17-15 count, but the Phoenix could not contain Spencer, who scored three times on five attempts.

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WILMINGTON, NC (UNCW) -– The UNCW volleyball team opened the Hilton Garden Inn Mayfaire UNCW Volleyball Classic with victories over North Carolina A&T (25-14, 25-10, 25-13) and UNC Asheville (25-21, 26-24, 23-25, 25-22) on Friday at Hanover Hall.

The Seahawks improved to 6-2 on the season with the two victories as they made their home debut for the 2013 season. UNCW returns to action in the Hilton Garden Inn Mayfaire UNCW Volleyball Classic Saturday with a single match against Western Carolina at 7:30 p.m.

Against the Aggies, senior Christi Laite tallied eight kills to lead a balanced Seahawks attack that saw UNCW team up to hit .284 for the match. Junior Morgan Kline chipped in six kills and did not commit an attack error in 11 total attempts for a .545 attack clip. Sophomore Victoria Phillips dished out 20 assist and freshman Alyssa Desjardins pitched in 10 while Desjardins and fellow freshman Morgan Owney tallied seven digs apiece to lead the Seahawks in that category.

Sophomore Aleena McDaniel tallied five kills for A&T, who was limited to a (-.138) hitting percentage for the match. Sophomore Ashley Johnson led all players with 12 digs.

UNCW never trailed in the first set, using a 13-3 run midway through the frame to stretch an 11-10 advantage into a 24-13 cushion on its way to a 25-14 triumph.

The Seahawks carried their momentum into the second set, tallying nine of the first 10 points of the frame on their way to a 25-10 victory and a 2-0 lead.

With the score tied at 5-all early in the fourth set, a kill by senior Courtney Porter sparked the Seahawks to a 20-8 spurt that gave UNCW a 25-13 win and the match.

Versus the Bulldogs, Kline tallied 16 kills on the strength of a .406 hitting percentage and Laite added 14 spikes to pace the Seahawks attack. Phillips dished out 25 assists and added 17 digs for her third double-double of the season while Desjardins dished out 23 helpers. Senior Haley Collins pitched in 18 digs and sophomore Meredith Peacock finished with eight kills and nine total blocks.

Sophomore Christine Lakatos notched 13 kills and senior Anna Moore tallied 11 for UNCA. Sophomore Katie Davis led all players with 40 assists and senior Rachel Wells recorded a game-high 22 digs.

UNCW posted a 25-21 victory in the opening set, tallying five of the final six points of the frame to pull away from the Bulldogs and record the four-point victory.

The Seahawks would take a back-and-forth second set that featured a total of 13 ties and four lead changes, 26-24, by using a kill from Desjardins and a Bulldog attack error to break a 24-all tie.

UNCA extended the match with a 25-23 victory in the third set, but the Seahawks rebounded to capture the match with a 25-22 victory in the fourth frame that saw UNCW build a 15-9 cushion midway through the frame and hold off the Bulldogs the rest of the way.

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JOLIET, IL (AP) - NASCAR added Jeff Gordon to the Chase for the Sprint Cup championship field Friday, a stunning and unprecedented step in the fallout from at least two attempts to manipulate the results at the season-ending race at Richmond last weekend.

NASCAR Chairman Brian France expanded the field to 13 drivers for the first time since the format was implemented 10 years ago.

Front Row Motorsports asked for a deal from Penske Racing at Richmond and then helped make sure Penske's Joey Logano made the Chase field by having one of its drivers, David Gilliland, slow down, according to an Associated Press review of radio communications.

France said NASCAR could not determine a deal was made, but still believed the move was necessary and he placed both teams on probation the rest of the season.

(Copyright 2013 The Associated Press. All rights reserved. This material may not be published, broadcast, rewritten or redistributed.)

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