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Tuesday Night Scoreboard
LOUISBURG DEFEATED TRASK IN ROUND ONE OF STATE DUALS 46-24
WEST BRUNSWICK BEAT SOUTHERN NASH IN ROUND ONE OF STATE DUALS 40-28
WEST CARTERET BEAT WEST BRUNSWICK IN ROUND TWO OF STATE DUALS 31-28
LANEY BEAT SOUTH VIEW IN ROUND ONE OF STATE DUALS 40-32 ** Click icon to see highlights
LANEY BEAT PINECREST IN ROUND TWO OF STATE DUALS 45-33
PENDER 54 - WEST BLADEN 53
WHITEVILLE 69 - WEST COLUMBUS 31
EAST COLUMBUS 46 - SOUTH COLUMBUS 30
EAST BLADEN 60 - TRASK 16
LACEY SUGGS LED THE EAGLES WITH 17 POINTS
CAPE FEAR ACADEMY 43 - FAYETTEVILLE CHRISTIAN 40
ASHLEY 56 - HOGGARD 48 ** Click icon to see highlights
FELICTY HAVENS SCORED 20 POINTS
NORTH BRUNSWICK 73 - CROATAN 67 IN OT
WHITEVILLE 72 - WEST COLUMBUS 54 ** Click icon to see highlights
KENDRICK BRADY LED WOLFPACK WITH 21 POINTS
WEST BLADEN 52 - PENDER 45 ** Click icon to see highlights
SOUTH BRUNSWICK 69 - LANEY 66
CALEB STANLEY LED THE COUGARS WITH 15 POINTS
SOUTH COLUMBUS 55 - EAST COLUMBUS 54
MAC CHESTNUTT LED THE STALLIONS WITH 15 POINTS
EAST BLADEN 65 - TRASK 63
FARRELL MURCHISON HIT GAME WINNING LAYUP WITH 10 SECONDS LEFT IN 4TH QTR
MURCHISON HAD 17 POINTS, ALEX STEPHENS 15 POINTS
FAYETTEVILLE CHRISTIAN 56 - CAPE FEAR ACADEMY 36 ** Click icon to see highlights
ASHLEY 55 - HOGGARD 48 ** Click icon to see highlights
RYAN KELLER LED ASHLEY WITH 20 POINTS
Men's College Basketball Scoreboard
DUKE 83 - WAKE FOREST 63
NORTH CAROLINA 75 - MARYLAND 63
TOWSON 80 - JAMES MADISON 71
Women's College Basketball Scoreboard
Brunswick CC 78 - Lenoir CC 58
Kima Sidbury had 20 points & 12 assists
WILMINGTON, NC (WWAY) -- Ashley head football coach Tom Eanes has been named as an assistant football coach for the Shrine Bowl of the Carolinas. The game will be played in South Carolina in December. It pits the best high school seniors from North Carolina against the best from South Carolina.
WILMINGTON, NC (UNCW) -– Former UNCW soccer standout and Wilmington Hammerhead player Daniel Roberts has returned to his alma mater as he joins Head Coach Aidan Heaney’s coaching staff for the 2014 season. “I am thrilled Daniel has returned to join our staff at UNCW! He was a star player for us and has the personality suited to be a top coach. It will be a smooth transition replacing Lee Williams, as Daniel is obviously very familiar with me and the program, so he can hit the ground running. I know he is excited to accept this opportunity and our players will certainly benefit from his knowledge, work ethic and character.” Roberts helped UNCW to its first Colonial Athletic Association title in 2009 and led the Seahawks into the second round of the NCAA tournament that same season. In the opening round of the NCAA tournament, Roberts notched the tying goal of a 1-all draw at Charlotte in which UNCW would advance following penalty kicks to the second round.
While with the Seahawks, Roberts was a three-time All-CAA selection, earning All-Rookie honors in 2008, third-team honors in 2009 and second-team honors in 2011. In 65 career games, he posted 42 points on 12 goals and 18 assists. In three different seasons he doled out five assists and in 2009, he scored four times. He ranks fourth all-time at UNCW with those 18 assists.
Following his career with the Seahawks, Roberts was selected by the Houston Dynamo in the fourth round of the Major League Soccer supplement draft, but did not sign with the club, opting to sign with the Wilmington Hammerheads of the USL Professional Division. He notched one goal in 26 career games with the hometown Hammerheads.