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WWAY's Thursday night sports - October 31

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THURSDAY NIGHT HIGH SCHOOL SCOREBOARD

WHITEVILLE 42
SOUTH ROBESON 8

WALLACE-ROSE HILL 71
PENDER 0 **click icon to see video

SCOTLAND COUNTY 42
LUMBERTON 0

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WILMINGTON, NC (WWAY) -- Week number eleven of the high school football season will resume on Friday. Click the play video icon to see our preview of Friday's action.

Note: Some games on Friday will start early.

South Brunswick at New Hanover will be a 6:00 kickoff instead of 7:30
Northside at North Brunswick will be a 6:30 kickoff instead of 7:30

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BURGAW, NC (WWAY) -- Pender basketball standout Quate McKinzie has transferred from Pender to Harrells Christian Academy in Sampson County. The 6'7" power forward is considered to be one of the best sophomores in the state. Click the play video icon to see footage of Quate McKinzie in action during his freshman season.

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WILMINGTON, NC (CFCC RELEASE) -- Even though Cape Fear Community College men’s soccer team dominated play Wednesday afternoon at the North Campus Soccer Field in the first round of the Region X playoffs, six-seeded USC Salkehatchie upset the third-seeded Sea Devils, 1-0.

USC Salk scored in the fifth minute of the contest for the only scoring as Cape Fear outshot the visitors, 11-4. Sophomore Mid-Fielder Gabe Moore narrowly missed a tying score in the 80th minute.

The Sea Devils finished with an overall record of 12-6-3 and 8-4-3 in conference play. “I’m very proud of my team in my first season as the men’s coach,” Chris Libert noted. “We have a great foundation to built upon for next season.”

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HARRELLS, NC (HARRELLS RELEASE) --- Come join the fun! Harrells Christian Academy will be holding its 1st Annual HCA run/walk for Technology 5k on Saturday, November 16 at River Landing in Wallace,NC. The run is being held to raise dollars for technology funding. The race starts at 9am and t-shirts will be provided to all participants who sign up by November 1st. Registration can be done on the link below.

http://beta.active.com/wallace-nc/running/1st-annual-hca-run-walk-for-te...

For any questions, call 910-532-4575 ext 226.

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WILMINGTON, NC (NEW HANOVER RELEASE) -- Our first golf tournament was held in October in 1993. Throughout the years the community has been very supportive. The tournament will again be at Echo Farms as they too have been a major contributor to the success of our fundraising efforts. This year's tournament will be limited to the first twenty teams. So get your team together, come out to Echo Farms, help the Wildcats and have fun at the same time! Nov. 2nd @ Echo Farms, 9 o'clock, shotgun start! $300 a team/$75 per player.

Checks should be made out to NHHS Girls Basketball. If you have questions please email: vertha.dixon@nhcs.net , carol.mills@nhcs.net or amanda.sissine@nhcs.net .

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MIAMI GARDENS, FL(AP) - Cameron Wake sacked Andy Dalton for a safety with 6:38 left in overtime, and the Miami Dolphins beat the Cincinnati Bengals 22-20 on Thursday night.

On third-and-10 from the 8, Dalton retreated to the goal line and was tackled by Wake coming up the middle for the third overtime safety in NFL history. The officials signaled safety, and the call was upheld following a replay review.

Wake had three sacks, and Cincinnati committed four turnovers that might have meant a difference of 17 points.

Mike Nugent kicked a 54-yard field goal with 1:24 remaining in regulation to put the Bengals ahead, but Miami answered with a 50-yard drive, and Caleb Sturgis made a 44-yard field goal with 11 seconds left to force overtime.

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