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WILMINGTON, NC (WWAY) - Scores from are the state are listed below. Below the scores we've listed second round matchups that involve teams from our area. Click the play video icon to see WWAY's 5th Quarter with John Rendleman & Trot Nixon.

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Friday's Football Scores - State Playoffs - The Associated Press

PREP FOOTBALL

All times Eastern
CLASS 4AA
First Round
Nov. 15, 7:30 p.m.
(1) Raleigh Wakefield 14, (16) Morrisville Green Hope 13

(9) Raleigh Millbrook 24, (8) Raleigh Leesville Road 21

(12) Wake Forest 35, (5) Panther Creek 14

(4) Southern Pines Pinecrest 13, (13) Wilmington Laney 7

(14) Raleigh Sanderson 35, (3) Fayetteville Britt 42

(6) Garner 63, (11) Holly Springs 21

(10) Hope Mills South View 20, (7) Durham Riverside 17

(2) Middle Creek 37, (15) Fuquay-Varina 20

(1) West Forsyth 27, (16) Charlotte Vance 14

(9) East Forsyth 55, (8) Greensboro Grimsley 22

(12) Charlotte Independence 13, (5) Hough 10

(4) Matthews Butler 55, (13) Charlotte Olympic 28

(3) Northwest Guilford 45, (14) Greensboro Page 15

(11) Richmond County 55, (6) Lake Norman 27

(7) Charlotte Providence 14, (10) West Mecklenburg 7

(2) Mallard Creek 62, (15) Charlotte Ardrey Kell 7

Second Round
Nov. 22
(9) Raleigh Millbrook at (1) Raleigh Wakefield

(12) Wake Forest at (4) Southern Pines Pinecrest

(6) Garner at (3) Fayetteville Britt winner

(10) Hope Mills South View at (2) Middle Creek

(9) East Forsyth at (1) West Forsyth

(12) Charlotte Independence at (4) Matthews Butler

(11) Richmond County at (3) Northwest Guilford

(7) Charlotte Providence at (2) Mallard Creek

Quarterfinal
Nov. 29
Second Round winners

Semifinal
Dec. 6
Quarterfinal winners

Championship
Dec. 13-14
Semifinal winners

CLASS 4A
First Round
Nov. 15, 7:30 p.m.
(1) Scotland 56, (16) Burnsville Mountain Heritage 21

(8) New Bern 35, (9) Southeast Raleigh 21

(5) Durham Hillside 36, (12) Clayton 30

(4) Knightdale 38, (13) Southern Alamance 15

(3) Greenville Conley 35, (14) Fayetteville Smith 14

(11) Greenville Rose 27, (6) Fayetteville Pine Forest 14

(7) Wilmington New Hanover 40, (10) Northern Durham 0

(2) Wilmington Hoggard 21, (15) Cape Fear 7

(1) Mooresville 33, (16) Alexander Central 6

(9) Southeast Guilford 56, (8) Winston-Salem Mt. Tabor 54

(5) High Point Central 38, (12) Huntersville Hopewell 21

(4) Charlotte Catholic 56, (13) Kannapolis Brown 14

(3) Rocky River 26, (14) Pfafftown Reagan 6

(11) Indian Trail Porter Ridge 32, (6) Watauga County 26

(10) North Davidson 70, (7) Asheville Roberson 27

(2) Greensboro Dudley 44, (15) South Caldwell 6

Second Round
Nov. 22
(8) New Bern at (1) Scotland

(5) Durham Hillside at (4) Knightdale

(11) Greenville Rose at (3) Greenville Conley

(7) Wilmington New Hanover at (2) Wilmington Hoggard

(9) Southeast Guilford at (1) Mooresville

(5) High Point Central at (4) Charlotte Catholic

(11) Indian Trail Porter Ridge at (3) Rocky River

(10) North Davidson at (2) Greensboro Dudley

Quarterfinal
Nov. 29
Second Round winners

Semifinal
Dec. 6
Quarterfinal winners

Championship
Dec. 13-14
Semifinal winners

CLASS 3AA
First Round
Nov. 15, 7:30 p.m.
(1) Fayetteville Byrd 53, (16) Western Harnett 15

(9) Wilson Fike 41 (8) Lee County 26

(12) Corinth Holders 44 (5) West Brunswick 37

(4) Wilson Hunt 35, (13) Fayetteville Sanford 21

(3) Cleveland 33, (14) Gray's Creek 13

(6) Orange County 31, (11) Rocky Mount 3

(10) Raleigh Cardinal Gibbons 44, (7) Erwin Triton 28

(2) Southern Durham 40, (15) Chapel Hill 6

(1) Shelby Crest 38, (16) Hickory Ridge 20

(9) Gastonia Ashbrook 38, (8) Asheville Erwin 35

(5) Statesville 35, (12) South Iredell 17

(13) Asheville Reynolds 65, (4) Monroe Sun Valley 14

(3) Northern Guilford 28, (14) Eastern Guilford 0

(6) Central Cabarrus 27, (11) Asheboro 20

(7) Weddington 42, (10) Thomasville Ledford 0

(2) Asheville 33, (15) Cuthbertson 7

Second Round
Nov. 22
(9) Wilson Fike at (1) Fayetteville Byrd

(12) Corinth Holders at (4) Wilson Hunt

(6) Orange County at (3) Cleveland

(10) Raleigh Cardinal Gibbons at (2) Southern Durham

(9) Gastonia Ashbrook at (1) Shelby Crest

(13) Asheville Reynolds at (5) Statesville

(6) Central Cabarrus at (3) Northern Guilford

(7) Weddington at (2) Asheville

Quarterfinal
Nov. 29
Second Round winners

Semifinal
Dec. 6
Quarterfinal winners

Championship
Dec. 13-14
Semifinal winners

CLASS 3A
First Round
Nov. 15, 7:30 p.m.
(1) Havelock 48, (16) Topsai l0

(9) Anson County 30, (8) Southern Guilford 20

(5) Jacksonville 14, (12) West Craven 0

(4) North Forsyth 35, (13) Burlington Williams 29

(3) Eastern Wayne 35, (14) West Carteret 14

(11) Southern Nash 51, (6) Swansboro 21

(7) Eastern Alamance 56, (10) Pittsboro Northwood 21

(2) Western Alamance 41, (15) Pikeville Aycock 6

(1) Morganton Freedom 33, (16) East Rowan 13

(9) Gastonia Forestview 63, (8) China Grove Carson 48

(5) Lenoir Hibriten 41, (12) Patton 0

(4) Canton Pisgah 31, (13) Hickory 14

(3) Belmont South Point 28, (14) West Rowan 7

(6) Lawndale Burns 35, (11) North Gaston 18

(10) Monroe Piedmont 31, (7) Waynesville Tuscola 17

(2) Concord 29, (15) Northwest Cabarrus 0

Second Round
Nov. 22
(9) Anson County at (1) Havelock

(5) Jacksonville at (4) North Forsyth

(11) Southern Nash at (3) Eastern Wayne

(7) Eastern Alamance at (2) Western Alamance

(9) Gastonia Forestview at (1) Morganton Freedom

(5) Lenoir Hibriten at (4) Canton Pisgah

(6) Lawndale Burns at (3) Belmont South Point

(10) Monroe Piedmont at (2) Concord

Quarterfinal
Nov. 29
Second Round winners

Semifinal
Dec. 6
Quarterfinal winners

Championship
Dec. 13-14
Semifinal winners

CLASS 2AA
First Round
Nov. 15, 7:30 p.m.
(1) High Point Andrews 43, (16) SouthWest Edgecombe 15

(9) Randleman 49, (8) North Brunswick 17

(5) Jacksonville Northside 45, (12) St. Pauls 14

(13) Hertford County 27, (4) South Granville 14

(3) Washington 24, (14) North Pitt 14

(6) Bunn 69, (11) Greene Central 20

(7) Kinston 31, (10) Franklinton 27

(2) Currituck County 21, (15) East Duplin 19

(16) Monroe Parkwood 28, (1) Franklin 17

(9) Marshville Forest Hills 1, (8) Sylva Smoky Mountain 0, forfeit

(5) Gastonia Huss 30, (12) West Lincoln 27

(13) Claremont Bunker Hill 20, (4) Ashe County 17

(3) East Lincoln 35, (14) Catawba Bandys 27

(6) Maiden 35, (11) East Bend Forbush 0

(7) West Stokes 36, (10) East Davidson 13

(2) Monroe 46, (15) R-S Central 3

Second Round
Nov. 22
(9) Randleman at (1) High Point Andrews

(13) Hertford County at (5) Jacksonville Northside

(6) Bunn at (3) Washington

(7) Kinston at (2) Currituck County

(16) Monroe Parkwood at (9) Marshville Forest Hills

(13) Claremont Bunker Hill at (5) Gastonia Huss

(6) Maiden at (3) East Lincoln

(7) West Stokes at (2) Monroe

Quarterfinal
Nov. 29
Second Round winners

Semifinal
Dec. 6
Quarterfinal winners

Championship
Dec. 13-14
Semifinal winners

CLASS 2A
First Round
Nov. 15, 7:30 p.m.
(1) Elizabeth City Northeastern 39, (16) West Bladen 12

(8) Wilson Beddingfield 39, (9) Graham 19

(5) Edenton Holmes 41, (12) Dunn Midway 14

(4) Ayden-Grifton 41, (13) Fairmont 28

(14) East Bladen 14,(3) Clinton 7

(6) Southwest Onslow 37, (11) Siler City Jordan-Matthews 21

(7) Eastern Randolph 51, (10) Farmville Central 42

(15) Southern Vance 12 (2) South Columbus 6

(1) Winston-Salem Carver 53, (16) Lake Norman Charter 14

(9) Lincolnton 14, (8) Thomasville 7

(5) Polk County 48, (12) Madison County 13

(4) Reidsville 52, (13) Hendersonville 20

(3) North Wilkes 31, (14) Brevard 28

(6) Shelby 58, (11) Burnsville Mountain Heritage 8

(7) Black Mountain Owen 13, (10) Mt. Pleasant 0

(2) North Rowan 42, (15) Surry Central 0

Second Round
Nov. 22
(8) Wilson Beddingfield at (1) Elizabeth City Northeastern

(5) Edenton Holmes at (4) Ayden-Grifton

(14) East Bladen at (6) Southwest Onslow

(15) Southern Vance at (7) Farmville Central

(8) Thomasville at (1) Winston-Salem Carver

(5) Polk County at (4) Reidsville

(6) Shelby at (3) North Wilkes

(15) Surry Central at (7) Black Mountain Owen

Quarterfinal
Nov. 29
Second Round winners

Semifinal
Dec. 6
Quarterfinal winners

Championship
Dec. 13-14
Semifinal winners

CLASS 1AA
First Round
Nov. 15, 7:30 p.m.
(1) Tarboro 52, (8) Seven Springs Spring Creek 0

(4) Camden County 48, (5) East Carteret 45

(3) Riverside Martin 44, (6) Perquimans 0

(2) Wallace-Rose Hill 70, (7) Gates County 6

(1) Warsaw Kenan 49, (8) Union 0

(4) Princeton 59, (5) Granville Central 22

(3) Louisburg 34, (6) Lakewood (Salemburg) 14

(2) Whiteville 55, (7) Rosewood 0

(1) West Montgomery 56, (8) North Moore 14

(4) North Stanly 27, (5) Kernersville McGuinness 14

(3) East Surry 37, (6) Walkertown 10

(7) East Montgomery 28, (2) Mt. Airy 7

(1) Swain County 56, (8) East Wilkes 31

(4) Avery County 36, (5) Bessemer City 21

(3) Cherryville 42, (6) Gastonia Highland Tech 13

(2) Boonville Starmount 42, (7) Mitchell County 7

Second Round
Nov. 22
(4) Camden County at (1) Tarboro

(3) Riverside Martin at (2) Wallace-Rose Hill

(4) Princeton at (1) Warsaw Kenan

(3) Lewisburg at (2) Whiteville

(4) North Stanly at (1) West Montgomery

(7) East Montgomery at (3) East Surry

(4) Avery County at (1) Swain County

(3) Cherryville at (2) Boonville Starmount

Quarterfinal
Nov. 29
Second Round winners

Semifinal
Dec. 6
Quarterfinal winners

Championship
Dec. 13-14
Semifinal winners

CLASS 1A
First Round
Nov. 15, 7:30 p.m.
(1) Plymouth 44, (8) Creswell 0

(4) Manteo 35, (5) Pinetown Northside 8

(3) Northampton-East 48, (6) Columbia 8

(2) Pamlico County 44, (7) Chocowinity Southside 6

(1) Lejeune 48, (8) Northwest Halifax 0

(5) North Duplin 18, (4) Weldon 12

(6) East Columbus 40, (3) North Edgecombe 22

(2) Southeast Halifax 62, (7) Rocky Mount Prep 0

(1) Albemarle 42, (8) Chatham Central 0

(4) Union Academy 12, (5) South Stanly 0

(3) South Robeson 64, (6) Winston-Salem Atkins 0

(7) West Columbus 13, (2) Community School 0

(1) Murphy 50, (8) Rosman 20

(4) Alleghany County 20, (5) Elkin 7

(6) Andrews 34, (3) Thomas Jefferson 15

(7) Hayesville 20, (2) Robbinsville 17

Second Round
Nov. 22
(4) Manteo at (1) Plymouth

(3) Northampton-East at (2) Pamlico County

(5) North Duplin at (1) Lejeune

(6) East Columbus at (2) Southeast Halifax

(4) Union Academy at (1) Albemarle

(7) West Columbus at (3) South Robeson

(4) Alleghany County at (1) Murphy

(7) Hayesville at (6) Andrews

Quarterfinal
Nov. 29
Second Round winners

Semifinal
Dec. 6
Quarterfinal winners

Championship
Dec. 13-14
Semifinal winners

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

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WILMINGTON, NC (WWAY) -- 2nd round matchups for Nov.22nd are listed below for teams from our region. Game times will be 7:30 unless noted otherwise.

New Hanover at Hoggard
West Brunswick at Wilson Hunt
North Brunswick at High Point Andrews
East Bladen at SW Onslow
East Columbus at SE Halifax
West Columbus at South Robeson
Lakewood at Whiteville
Riverside Martin at Wallace-Rose Hill
Princeton at James Kenan

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HARRELLS, NC (WWAY) -- In the private school state playoffs Harrells Christian Academy beat Christ School 57-20.

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NEWARK, DE (UNCW) -- –Freshman Nicole Lott recorded 13 kills and junior Morgan Kline added 11 to lead UNCW to a 3-2 (25-18, 21-25, 25-18, 20-25, 19-17) victory over Delaware in Colonial Athletic Association volleyball action Friday at the Bob Carpenter Center.

The Seahawks improved to 18-9 overall and 7-6 in CAA play as they picked up fourth victory in five matches. The Blue Hens, meanwhile, slipped to 11-16 and 3-10 as they suffered their seventh straight setback.

“This was a thrilling match and I felt we played well under pressure,” said UNCW Head Coach Amy Bambenek. “Delaware played really tough and had a lot of offensive weapons working tonight. We did a good god of playing a low-error game along with some guts and heart to win match point. This was a total team effort.”

Lott fashioned a .310 hitting percentage (13-0-42) while Kline posted a .200 attack clip (11-3-40) to power a UNCW lineup that combined for 55 kills and a .212 hitting percentage for the match. Kline added 13 digs and freshman Alyssa Desjardins pitched in 12 bumps to go along with a team-high 29 assists as both players posted their fifth double-double of the season. Senior Haley Collins recorded a team-high 26 digs and sophomore Meredith Peacock finished with a match-best eight total blocks (one solo)

Autumn Jenkins tallied a match-high 17 kills to lead four Delaware players in double figures. Kali Funk dished out a match-high 51 and Ariel Shonk tallied 33 digs to pace four Blue Hens players in double digits.

With the score tied at 15-all in the first set, a kill by Lott sparked the Seahawks to an 8-3 spurt that closed out the frame and gave the Seahawks a 25-18 victory.

Delaware rallied for a 25-21 victory in the second set, using a kill by Katie Hank break an 18-all deadlock and score seven of the last 10 points of the set to record the four-point triumph.

UNCW cruised to a 25-18 victory in set three as it took advantage of a 10-3 spurt early in the frame to build a 15-8 cushion on its way to an eight-point victory.

The Blue Hens once again battled back in the fourth set, erasing a 16-11 deficit with a 13-4 run that closed out the set and forced a fifth frame with a 25-20 win.

In the fifth set, UNCW used a 4-2 spurt to force match point, 14-10, only to see Delaware tally four unanswered points to tie the frame at 14-all. The two teams would trade points with the Seahawks forcing match points on three more occasions before a Blue Hens attack error and a kill by Lott on back-to-back points broke a 17-all deadlock and gave the Seahawks a 19-17 decision and the match.

Both teams close out the regular season Saturday. UNCW travels to Towson for a 3 p.m. matinee while Delaware hosts College of Charleston at 7 p.m.

EARLYSVILLE, VA (UNCW) -– Seniors John Riemer and Ashley Wybersky were the top runners once again for UNCW as the Seahawk cross country teams wrapped up their season Friday at the NCAA Southeast Regionals on a challenging course outside Charlottesville.

Competing in sunny, breezy conditions with temperatures hovering around 60 degrees, the men’s team finished 29th out of 35 teams that scored, while the women wound up 28th out of 38 with enough entries to score.

Eastern Kentucky won the 10K men’s race with a score of 58 points, placing ahead of host Virginia (96), N.C. State (101), UNC Chapel Hill (137) and Virginia Tech (167). UNC Greensboro’s Paul Chelimo won the individual title with a time of 28:37, edging N.C. State’s Andrew Colley at 28:38.

On the women’s side, Virginia clamed first place with 57 points, trailed by William & Mary (69), N.C. State (142), Duke (143) and Virginia Tech (157). W&M’s Emily Stites finished first overall with a time of 19:57, just ahead of Kentucky’s Cally Macumber at 20:07.

Riemer, meanwhile, finished 136th out of the 239 runners with a time of 32:03 for UNCW. Zach Nifong was UNCW’s second best finisher with a time of 32:24, good enough for 153rd place.

“We had good races out of everyone today,” said Layne Schwier, UNCW’s assistant cross country/track and field coach. “We finished about where we thought we would. It’s a big meet, so it’s hard to know where you might end up.

“From top to bottom, everyone had a good race. John ran well and was in control this time. We just lacked the big frontrunner at the front of the pack.”

Wybersky, from Manassas, Va., competed on the same course she ran in high school and came in 118th with a time of 22:46. Rachel Quinn ended up 115th with a 23:10 time.

“Ashley was back in front and we also had a good day on the women’s side,” Schwier said. “We were hoping Ashley would run well because she wanted to go out with a good effort. Considering the second half of the season she’s had, it was a good race for her. Across the board, everyone was solid for the women’s team.

“Overall, we’re pleased with today’s results,” Schwier added. “We had lot better efforts all the way around and it was a good way to end the season.”

NCAA Southeast Regionals Men’s Team Results (Top-5): Eastern Kentucky, 58; Virginia, 96; N.C. State, 101, UNC Chapel Hill, 137; Virginia Tech, 167.

UNCW Men’s Individual Results: John Riemer, 136th, 32:03; Zach Nifong, 153rd, 32:24; Will Bunch, 157th, 32:30; Casey Buddenbaum, 168th, 32:43; Dylan Skinner, 192nd, 33:18; Colin Kern, 205th, 33:50.

NCAA Southeast Regionals Women’s Team Results (Top-5): Virginia, 57; William & Mary, 69; N.C. State, 142; Duke, 143; Virginia Tech, 157.

UNCW Women’s Individual Results: Ashley Wybersky, 118th, 22:46; Rachel Quinn, 155th, 23:10; Haley Kapheim, 164th, 23:16; Dakota Foskey, 207th, 23:56; Kim Black, 210th, 24:00; Hannah Riordan, 227th, 24:29.

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