WWAY's Friday night sports - September 20
 

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WILMINGTON, NC (WWAY) - Scores from our region.

HOGGARD 34 - LUMBERTON 0
EAST BLADEN 50 - EAST COLUMBUS 18
SOUTH ROBESON 44 - HARRELLS 12
EAST DUPLIN 22 - NORTH LENOIR 12
PRINCETON 42 - UNION 41
LEJEUNE 17 - DIXON 15
WHITE OAK 14 - SW ONSLOW 12
WEST COLUMBUS 27- FAYETTEVILLE CHRISTIAN 12
HAVELOCK 40 - NORTHSIDE 15
NEW BERN 48 - LANEY 9
SCOTLAND COUNTY 42 - NEW HANOVER 14
JACKSONVILLE 35 - TOPSAIL 0
NORTH BRUNSWICK 28 - WEST BRUNSWICK 14
SOUTH COLUMBUS 65 - SOUTH BRUNSWICK 21

In most cases we have video of the above games on the 5th Quarter. Click the play video icon to see WWAY's 5th Quarter with John Rendleman & Trot Nixon.

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Friday's Football Scores - The Associated Press

PREP FOOTBALL
Albemarle 79, Chatham Central 0

Alexander Central 49, Hickory St. Stephens 14

Andrews 33, Copper Basin, Tenn. 20

Anson County 35, Pembroke Swett 25

Arden Christ School 20, Hendersonville 14

Asheville 34, Q Foundation 18

Belmont South Point 52, Asheville Reynolds 35

Bessemer City 44, Gastonia Highland Tech 6

Brevard 51, Cherokee 12

Bunn 35, Louisburg 13

Burlington Cummings 27, Person 26

Burnsville Mountain Heritage 47, West Henderson 31

Cape Fear 33, South Johnston 7

Carrboro 43, South Granville 0

Central Cabarrus 55, West Stanly 21

Chapel Hill 26, East Chapel Hill 7

Charlotte Berry Tech 33, West Charlotte 14

Charlotte Christian 42, Monroe 12

Charlotte Country Day 25, Durham Hillside 21

Charlotte Latin 63, Baptist Hill, S.C. 29

Charlotte Myers Park 31, North Mecklenburg 24

Charlotte Olympic 21, East Mecklenburg 0

Charlotte Vance 36, Gastonia Huss 14

Cherryville 19, East Gaston 14

China Grove Carson 32, East Rowan 28

Chocowinity Southside 20, Seven Springs Spring Creek 7

Cleveland 37, Southern Wayne 0

Concord 34, South Rowan 13

Concord First Assembly 57, High Point Christian Academy 25

Corinth Holders 26, Pikeville Aycock 21

Cox Mill 27, Hickory Ridge 13

Currituck County 33, Wilson Hunt 25

Davidson Day 45, Community School 0

Davie County 43, Thomasville 7

Durham Riverside 37, Apex 31, OT

East Bend Forbush 31, East Wilkes 20

East Bladen 50, East Columbus 18

East Carteret 20, Durham Riverside 18

East Carteret 20, Riverside Martin 18

East Davidson 37, Wheatmore 0

East Duplin 22, North Lenoir 12

East Forsyth 32, Greensboro Page 21

East Montgomery 14, Union Academy 13

East Rutherford 35, East Burke 28

Eastern Alamance 59, Eden Morehead 7

Eastern Guilford 20, Northeast Guilford 12

Eastern Randolph 17, Siler City Jordan-Matthews 6

Edenton Holmes 43, Pinetown Northside 6

Elkin 50, West Iredell 34

Erwin Triton 27, Gray's Creek 21

Farmville Central 35, Greene Central 21

Fayetteville Britt 50, Fayetteville Sanford 31

Fayetteville Byrd 19, Fayetteville Seventy-First 0

Fayetteville Pine Forest 49, Fayetteville Westover 6

Fayetteville Smith 40, Hoke County 14

Franklin 46, Enka 6

Fuquay-Varina 31, Clayton 14

Garner 61, Raleigh Enloe 19

Graham 63, Winston-Salem Atkins 15

Granville Central 80, Kestrel Heights 0

Greenville Conley 28, West Craven 14

Greenville Rose 59, Kinston 7

Halifax Academy 56, Cary Christian 48

Havelock 40, Jacksonville Northside 15

High Point Andrews 61, Yanceyville Yancey 6

Hobgood Academy 73, St. David's 33

Holly Springs 43, Durham Jordan 12

Hope Mills South View 21, West Johnston 14

Hough High School 28, Charlotte Independence 27

Jacksonville 35, Topsail 0

Jacksonville White Oak 14, Southwest Onslow 12

Kernersville McGuinness 56, South Stokes 35

KIPP Pride 36, Rocky Mount Prep 30

Lake Norman Charter 43, Village Christian 0

Lakewood (Salemburg) 21, North Johnston 7

Lawndale Burns 20, Kings Mountain 15

Lee County 52, Spring Lake Overhills 12

Lejeune 17, Dixon 15

Liberty Christian, Va. 43, Charlotte Providence Day 28

Maiden 38, South Caldwell 14

Manteo 42, Perquimans 0

Marshville Forest Hills 57, Cuthbertson 28

Matthews Butler 49, Richmond County 32

McDowell County 50, Black Mountain Owen 33

Monroe Central 35, South Stanly 3

Monroe Sun Valley 42, Indian Trail Porter Ridge 28

Mt. Airy 43, Surry Central 7

Murphy 65, Fannin County, Ga. 25

New Bern 48, Wilmington Laney 9

North Brunswick 28, West Brunswick 14

North Buncombe 14, Mitchell County 7

North Davidson 34, Kernersville Glenn 13

North Edgecombe 28, Weldon 8

North Stanly 64, South Davidson 6

North Wilkes 35, North Surry 34

Northampton-East 49, Southeast Halifax 8

Northern Guilford 34, Reidsville 33

Northern Nash 28, Southern Vance 13

Northwest Guilford 27, Pfafftown Reagan 25

Oxford Webb 30, Pasquotank County 13

Pamlico County 49, Ayden-Grifton 43

Panther Creek 34, Raleigh Leesville Road 21

Plymouth 36, Camden County 23

Polk County 47, East Henderson 17

Princeton 42, Union 41

Raleigh Athens Drive 41, Morrisville Green Hope 26

Raleigh Ravenscroft 57, Pine Lake Prep 8

Raleigh Wake Christian 44, Hobbton 26

Raleigh Wakefield 34, Middle Creek 24

Richlands 31, Jones 18

Robbinsville 29, North Henderson 21

Rockingham County 44, Mayodan McMichael 0

Rocky Mount 24, SouthWest Edgecombe 22

Rocky Mount Academy 57, Word of God Christian Academy 6

Rocky River 28, Marvin Ridge 0

Rosewood 24, South Lenoir 20

Rosman 31, Carolina Gladiators (Independent) 28

Scotland 42, Wilmington New Hanover 14

Shelby 32, Forest City Chase 20

Shelby Crest 44, Asheville Roberson 34

Silverdale Baptist Academy, Tenn. 6, Hayesville 0

South Central Pitt 49, Hertford County 21

South Columbus 65, South Brunswick 21

South Iredell 56, Salisbury 0

South Robeson 44, Harrells Christian 12

Southampton Academy, Va. 50, Arendell-Parrott Academy 7

Southeast Guilford 42, Jamestown Ragsdale 7

Southern Alamance 48, Southwest Guilford 28

Southern Durham 39, Northern Durham 27

Southern Guilford 21, Greensboro Smith 14

Southern Pines Pinecrest 56, Southern Lee 20

Southlake Christian 43, Hickory Grove Christian 36

Southwestern Randolph 42, Winston-Salem Parkland 20

Statesville 35, Lexington 6

Swansboro 29, Croatan 6

Tarboro 56, Roanoke Rapids 19

Thomas Jefferson 28, Asheville School 7

Valdese Draughn 28, R-S Central 20

Walkertown 26, West Wilkes 13

Warren County 46, Northwest Halifax 0

Watauga County 42, Wilkes Central 0

Waynesville Tuscola 35, Swain County 34

Weddington 37, Monroe Parkwood 0

West Carteret 27, Bertie County 22

West Columbus 27, Fayetteville Christian 12

West Davidson 14, Trinity 0

West Forsyth 14, High Point Central 13

West Montgomery 56, North Moore 14

West Rowan 38, Northwest Cabarrus 7

West Stokes 31, North Stokes 0

Western Alamance 55, Burlington Williams 14

Western Guilford 54, Winston-Salem Reynolds 14

Western Harnett 43, Cameron Union Pines 35

Wilmington Hoggard 34, Lumberton 0

Wilson Beddingfield 28, Nash Central 7

Wilson Fike 38, Smithfield-Selma 0

Winston-Salem Mt. Tabor 42, Greensboro Grimsley 16

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WILMINGTON, NC (UNCW) -– Men’s tennis players from UNCW began competing Friday at two highly-regarded tournaments on the East Coast, participating in Virginia’s Ranked+1 Invitational in Charlottesville, Va., and Yale’s Ivy Plus Invitational in New Haven, Conn.

"We decided to send our team to two different events this weekend to allow us to play the best competition in the country,” said fourth-year UNCW Head Coach Mait DuBois. “It’s an excellent measuring stick to see where we are and I was pleased that we were able to pick up a number of wins over top programs. I would like to see us take it up another notch in a number of areas and I look forward to doing so as the events go on."

In Charlottesville, home of the NCAA Division I champion Cavaliers, a trio of Seahawks went 3-3 on the day in singles play in three different brackets.

Senior Rafael Aita, ranked 33rd nationally, rallied from behind to defeat Michigan’s Michael Zhu, 2-6, 6-3, 6-0, before falling to Virginia’s Luca Corinteli, 4-6, 6-4, 6-2, in the Orange Flight.

In the Blue bracket, junior Zach Hublitz defeated VCU’s Nick Jones, 6-4, 6-4, but was handled by top-seeded Cameron Silverman of Elon, 6-1, 6-0.

Junior Sam Williams also split a pair of matches for the Seahawks. He lost to North Carolina’s Ronnie Schneider, 6-0, 4-6, 6-3, in his first match before routing Michigan’s Justin Rossi, 6-1, 6-1.

In New Haven, meanwhile, four Seahawks went 2-6 in singles and 1-1 in doubles play.

Junior Kaue Pereira dropped a pair of matches in the A Draw. Harvard’s Denis Nguyen won, 6-5, 6-3, in the first-round and Cornell’s Jason Luu topped Pereira, 6-4, 6-5, in the consolations.

Sophomore Santtu Leskinen split two matches on the day in the B Draw. Tyler Lu of Yale raced past Leskinen, 6-3, 6-4, in the opening match, but Leskinen rallied to trim Diego Pedraza of Dartmouth, 6-5, 6-5.

In the D Draw, sophomore Christian Van der Burgh lost twice. Penn’s Blaine Willenberg thumped Van der Burgh, 6-5, 6-3, in the first match and Brown’s Dan Hirschberg posted a 6-1, 6-1, decision in a first-round consolation matchup.

Freshman Karan Salwan of UNCW won his first-round match in the E Draw, outlasting Dartmouth’s Brendan Tannenbaum, 1-6, 6-3, 6-5, before losing to Penn’s Marshall Shipp, 6-2, 6-1.

The Seahawks played two doubles matches Friday and went .500. Pereira and Van der Burgh edged Columbia’s Dragos Ignat and Richard Pham, 8-4, while Leskinen and Salwan dropped an 8-6 verdict to Nguyen and Casey MacMaster of Harvard, 8-6.

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ROCK HILL, SC (WWAY) -– Freshman Nicole Lott recorded 13 kills on the strength of a .478 hitting percentage to lead UNCW to a 3-0 (25-12, 25-15, 25-23) sweep of The Citadel in collegiate volleyball action in the Winthrop Invitational Friday at Winthrop Coliseum.

The Seahawks improved to 9-3 as it recorded its fourth sweep of the season while the Bulldogs slipped to 2-10 on the campaign. UNCW returns to action in the Winthrop Invitational Saturday with a pair of matches. The Seahawks will face host Winthrop at 12:30 p.m. before closing out the weekend with a 4:30 p.m. match against Bethune-Cookman.

"It felt great to bounce back from the loss on Wednesday and get this win," said UNCW Head Coach Amy Bambenek. "The team is adjusting well to a new lineup and everyone is stepping up their game. Nicole was unstoppable today and earned some kills in key situations. We also had solid attacking performances from Courtney (Porter) and Leah (Gagliardi)."

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