WWAY's 5th Quarter - August 15th
 
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WILMINGTON, NC (WWAY) -- The first 5th Quarter of 2014 is now in the books. On Friday we had coverage from all five scrimmages from the BB&T Jamboree at Legion Stadium in Wilmington. Plus, we had coverage from the Buddy Burney Memorial Jamboree in Bladen County.

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BB&T Jamboree
WALLACE-ROSE HILL 37 - ASHLEY 6
JOHNNIE GLASPIE HAD 3 TD'S FOR WALLACE-ROSE HILL

BB&T Jamboree
HOGGARD 34 - SOUTH BRUNSWICK 0
HOGGARD'S KEEVIN THOMPSON HAD 5 CARRIES FOR 98 YARDS & 2 TD'S

BB&T Jamboree
NORTH BRUNSWICK 0 - WEST BRUNSWICK 0

BB&T Jamboree
NEW HANOVER 44 - SOUTH COLUMBUS 6
LANEY TRANSFER JEAVONNE BATTS HAD 2 TD'S FOR NEW HANOVER
NEW HANOVER STARTING QB WARD COLEMAN DIDN'T PLAY DUE TO PNEUMONIA
SOUTH COLUMBUS STARTING QB CHASE GORE DIDN'T PLAY DUE TO A CAR ACCIDENT ON FRIDAY AFTERNOON

BB&T Jamboree
LANEY 14 - WHITEVILLE 14
TIM GORE TD
TARIQ LANE TD
TERRIN MANNING TD
MARCUS COLEMAN TD

Buddy Burney Memorial Jamboree in Bladen County
WEST BLADEN 8 TD'S - WEST COLUMBUS 3 TD'S
COLBY LEWIS HAD 3 TD PASSES FOR WEST BLADEN

Buddy Burney Memorial Jamboree in Bladen County
EAST BLADEN 8 TD'S - ST. PAULS 1 TD
FERRELL MURCHISON SCORED 3 TD'S, ETHAN HINES HAD 2

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USL PRO SOCCER
NY RED BULLS RESERVES 1
WILMINGTON HAMMERHEADS 0

The Hammerheads have a tough schedule coming up with three road games in five days on the West Coast. Wilmington is scheduled to face Sacramento Republic FC on Wednesday, August 20 followed by Orange County Blues FC on Saturday, August 23 and LA Galaxy II on Sunday, August 24th.

Wilmington is scheduled to host Orlando City SC on Thursday, August 28 at Legion Stadium to make up the match previously scheduled for July 3 that was cancelled due to Hurricane Arthur. All tickets dated for July 3 will be honored for this match.

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CHAPEL HILL, NC (NCHSAA) -- The North Carolina High School Athletic Association has announced its two regional basketball tournament sites for the 2014-15 season.

The Eastern Regional event will once again be played in Fayetteville, while the Western Regional tournament will return to Winston-Salem after a stint in Greensboro. The dates for the tournaments are March 3 through March 7.

In the Eastern Regional, games will be held at the Crown Coliseum complex, at both the Crown Arena and Crown Coliseum. In Winston-Salem, tournament games are planned at the Lawrence Joel Veterans Memorial Coliseum and the coliseum annex.

“We are pleased to be returning to the Crown Coliseum complex for our Eastern Regional basketball tournament as well as to Winston-Salem for our Western Regional. We are extending the contracts at the two sites for an additional year,” said Davis Whitfield, NCHSAA commissioner. “The Cumberland County schools have been an exceptional host in the East, and the city of Fayetteville and the Crown complex have worked hard to provide a wonderful atmosphere for our participating schools.

“And due to other needs for the Greensboro Special Events Center, the Greensboro Sports Commission, Wake Forest University and Winston-Salem have once again opened their athletic facilities to the NCHSAA for our event. In typical Wake Forest fashion, we anticipate our student-athletes will have a first-class experience."

Whitfield also said that the University of North Carolina at Greensboro had been a great host for Western Regional games during the last few years and noted the university’s continuing willingness to work with the NCHSAA.

Fayetteville had been an Eastern Regional host city earlier, with the tournament calling Cumberland County home from 1987 through '90. The regionals were held in Greenville from 1990 until the 2010-11 season, when they moved back to Fayetteville, where they have been for the past four years. Winston-Salem hosted the Western tournament for several years until it moved to Greensboro, where it has been since 2009.

Winners in the NCHSAA playoffs advance to regional play, with four men's teams and four women's teams from each classification qualifying. The winners from the regionals advance to state championship games.

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