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WILMINGTON, NC (WWAY) -- Week two of the high school football season is complete. Check out Friday's 5th Quarter. We had coverage from the following games: East Bladen-Whiteville, West Bladen-West Columbus, Rose-Laney, Hoggard-Conway, Swansboro-Ashley, North Brunswick-Trask and Topsail-Pender.

Area Scoreboard

JAMES KENAN 33 - WALLACE-ROSE HILL 45
KEN AVENT III PASSED FOR 247 YARDS AND 4 TD'S IN LOSING EFFORT

ST. PAULS 28 - SOUTH BRUNSWICK 27

HARRELLS CHRISTIAN 27 - EAST MONTGOMERY 14

SW ONSLOW 42 - SOUTH LENOIR 0

NORTHSIDE 21 - WHITE OAK 7

CLINTON 48 - EAST DUPLIN 3

WEST BLADEN 57 - WEST COLUMBUS 22
MALCOLM VAUGHT 8 CARRIES 133 YARDS 2 TDS, MALIQUE MCDOWELL 172 YARDS

EAST BLADEN 28 - WHITEVILLE 19
FARRELL MURCHISON RUSHED FOR 225 YARDS & 2 TD'S

NORTH BRUNSWICK 37 - TRASK 0

TOPSAIL 26 - PENDER 16

SWANSBORO 24 - ASHLEY 7

HOGGARD 21 - CONWAY 7
HARRISON SMITH WITH 2 RECEIVING TD'S FOR THE VIKINGS

GREENVILLE ROSE 33 - LANEY 26

**UPDATE: SATURDAY** SOUTH FLORENCE 36 - NEW HANOVER 17

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The Associated Press - Scores
PREP FOOTBALL
Alleghany County 26, Grayson County, Va. 23

Arendell-Parrott Academy 46, St. David's 40

Ashe County 16, Watauga County 13

Asheville 49, Polk County 28

Asheville Erwin 42, Burnsville Mountain Heritage 26

Asheville Roberson 34, Waynesville Tuscola 21

Avery County 24, McDowell County 21

Bassett, Va. 45, North Stokes 6

Bertie County 34, Manteo 28

Bessemer City 24, Cherryville 16

Bishop Sullivan, Va. 41, Kill Devil Hills First Flight 14

Black Mountain Owen 49, Brevard 13

Boonville Starmount 38, East Surry 15

Cameron Union Pines 43, North Moore 13

Cannon School 36, Concord First Assembly 14

Canton Pisgah 38, Enka 3

Cape Fear 45, Fayetteville Westover 13

Carolina Pride 42, Carolina Gladiators (Independent) 0

Carrboro 45, East Chapel Hill 12

Catawba Bandys 35, Newton Foard 28

Central Cabarrus 28, Albemarle 9

Chapel Hill 24, South Granville 6

Charlotte Ardrey Kell 23, Charlotte Myers Park 17

Charlotte Catholic 45, Northwestern, S.C. 28

Charlotte Country Day 54, Winston-Salem Prep 12

Charlotte Harding 46, Charlotte Garinger 22

Charlotte Independence 28, North Mecklenburg 0

Charlotte Latin 65, Cox Mill 27

Charlotte Providence 44, East Mecklenburg 14

Charlotte Providence Day 17, Raleigh Ravenscroft 0

Charlotte Vance 53, Gastonia Huss 7

Chocowinity Southside 24, Rosewood 21

Clayton 27, Corinth Holders 19

Clinton 48, East Duplin 3

Columbia 26, Creswell 0

Concord 20, Mt. Pleasant 14

Copper Basin, Tenn. 29, Hayesville 26

Croatan 28, Richlands 15

Currituck County 42, Camden County 20

Dan River, Va. 22, Bartlett Yancey 0

Davidson Day 55, North Raleigh Christian 0

East Bladen 28, Whiteville 19

East Burke 16, Patton 12

East Forsyth 54, Winston-Salem Parkland 0

East Lincoln 34, Q Foundation 18

East Rowan 54, Salisbury 28

East Rutherford 26, North Gaston 7

Eastern Alamance 42, Burlington Cummings 26

Eastern Guilford 37, West Montgomery 14

Eastern Randolph 37, Southwestern Randolph 7

Eastern Wayne 54, Goldsboro 12

Eden Morehead 31, Martinsville, Va. 0

Edenton Holmes 45, Perquimans 0

Farmville Central 59, North Lenoir 22

Fayetteville Seventy-First 20, Fayetteville Sanford 7

Franklin 28, Murphy 24

Franklinton 39, Louisburg 23

Fuquay-Varina 34, Durham Riverside 20

Gastonia Forestview 42, Clover, S.C. 22

Gates County 39, Pasquotank County 14

Graham 45, Burlington Williams 44

Granville Central 45, Rocky Mount Prep 16

Greene Central 27, Pikeville Aycock 20

Greensboro Dudley 42, Jamestown Ragsdale 0

Greensville County, Va. 46, Weldon 12

Greenville Conley 42, Ayden-Grifton 0

Greenville Rose 33, Wilmington Laney 26

GW-Danville, Va. 35, Person 0

Harrells Christian 27, East Montgomery 14

Hendersonville 29, West Henderson 20

Hickory Grove Christian 27, Raleigh Wake Christian 7

Hickory Ridge 28, Cuthbertson 25

Hickory St. Stephens 57, Claremont Bunker Hill 55

High Point Central 69, Asheboro 27

High Point Christian Academy 31, Lake Norman Charter 24

Hillsborough Cedar Ridge 16, Southern Vance 0

Hobbton 30, Southeast Halifax 12

Holly Springs 43, Raleigh Wakefield 14

Hope Mills South View 13, Gray's Creek 3

Jacksonville 49, Jones 6

Jacksonville Northside 21, Jacksonville White Oak 7

Kannapolis Brown 51, South Rowan 7

Kings Mountain 43, East Gaston 15

Lake Norman 38, Huntersville Hopewell 0

Lakewood (Salemburg) 44, Pamlico County 23

Lenoir Hibriten 58, Wilkes Central 20

Lincolnton 14, Belmont South Point 13

Lumberton 35, Fayetteville Pine Forest 21

Magna Vista, Va. 27, Mayodan McMichael 6

Maiden 35, West Iredell 21

Matthews Butler 28, Mallard Creek 27

Middle Creek 35, Fayetteville Smith 21

Mitchell County 27, Cherokee 8

Monroe 41, Anson County 0

Monroe Central 30, Gastonia Highland Tech 0

Monroe Parkwood 40, Union Academy 7

Monroe Piedmont 36, Indian Trail Porter Ridge 33

Monroe Sun Valley 49, Hoke County 20

Mooresville 38, Hough High School 7

Morganton Freedom 70, Valdese Draughn 7

Morrisville Green Hope 14, Raleigh Sanderson 13

Mt. Airy 22, Thomasville 8

New Bern 25, Havelock 21

Newton-Conover 39, Lexington 0

North Brunswick 37, Rocky Point Trask 0

North Buncombe 24, Madison County 21

North Davidson 23, Thomasville Ledford 14

North Iredell 33, East Bend Forbush 17

North Rowan 42, China Grove Carson 28

North Surry 31, Elkin 6

Northampton-East 14, Northwest Halifax 0

Northern Guilford 35, Greensboro Page 7

Northwest Cabarrus 20, Concord Robinson 14

Northwest Guilford 35, Western Guilford 28

Orange County 18, Northern Durham 0

Pembroke Swett 41, Red Springs 12

Pfafftown Reagan 38, West Stokes 12

Pine Lake Prep 8, Winston-Salem Atkins 7

Plymouth 37, Riverside Martin 7

Princeton 28, Dunn Midway 7

Providence Grove 28, East Davidson 27

R-S Central 48, Stuart Cramer High School 6

Rabun Gap-Nachoochee, Ga. 22, Arden Christ School 8

Raleigh Cardinal Gibbons 40, Cary 27

Raleigh Millbrook 30, Knightdale 7

Randleman 30, North Stanly 12

Richmond County 41, Marlboro County, S.C. 13

Robbinsville 42, East Henderson 7

Rocky Mount 51, Oxford Webb 7

Rocky Mount Academy 29, Halifax Academy 0

Scotland 20, Fayetteville Britt 14

Seven Springs Spring Creek 19, Lejeune 0

Shelby 26, Asheville Reynolds 14

Shelby Crest 31, Gastonia Ashbrook 7

Siler City Jordan-Matthews 49, Chatham Central 0

Smithfield-Selma 21, Southern Wayne 20

South Caldwell 28, West Caldwell 7

South Central Pitt 21, West Craven 20

South Iredell 34, Hickory 27

South Lenoir 42, Southwest Onslow 0

South Mecklenburg 29, Rocky River 14

South Robeson 30, Trinity Christian 0

South Stokes 36, North Wilkes 34

Southampton Academy, Va. 44, Lawrence Academy 8

Southern Durham 16, Durham Hillside 13

Southern Guilford 43, Greensboro Grimsley 7

Southern Lee 8, Pittsboro Northwood 7

Southern Pines Pinecrest 46, Fayetteville Byrd 6

Southlake Christian 12, Charlotte Victory Christian 8

Southwest Guilford 19, High Point Andrews 18

Spring Lake Overhills 34, Erwin Triton 20

St. Pauls 28, South Brunswick 27

Surry Central 30, East Wilkes 20

Swain County 24, Sylva Smoky Mountain 0

Swansboro 24, Wilmington Ashley 7

Thomas Jefferson 38, Rosman 20

Topsail 26, Pender 16

Wake Forest 27, East Wake 18

Wake Forest Heritage 39, Rolesville High School 0

Walkertown 50, Kestrel Heights 12

Wallace-Rose Hill 45, Warsaw Kenan 33

Warren County 48, Northern Vance 15

Washington 42, Tarboro 7

Weddington 35, Marshville Forest Hills 20

West Bladen 57, West Columbus 22

West Carteret 28, East Carteret 0

West Charlotte 14, West Mecklenburg 13

West Davidson 50, South Davidson 17

West Forsyth 35, Kernersville Glenn 13

West Johnston 40, South Johnston 20

West Lincoln 20, North Lincoln 7

West Rowan 48, Davie County 36

West Stanly 27, South Stanly 15

Western Alamance 28, Southern Alamance 6

Western Harnett 32, Harnett Central 21

Wheatmore 34, Central Davidson 7

Wilmington Hoggard 21, Conway, S.C. 7

Wilson Hunt 42, Hertford County 13

Winston-Salem Mt. Tabor 27, North Forsyth 6

Winston-Salem Reynolds 31, Forest City Chase 6

POSTPONEMENTS AND CANCELLATIONS
Reidsville vs. Rockingham County, ppd. to Aug 30.

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WILMINGTON, NC (UNCW) --– Sophomore Nicole Lott totaled 24 kills in two matches to lead UNCW to a sweep of Coastal Carolina and Fairfield on Friday at the Hilton Garden Inn Wilmington Mayfaire Classic at Hanover Hall.

The Seahawks (2-0) opened their season with a 3-1 win over rival Coastal Carolina (0-1) before sweeping Fairfield (0-2), 3-0, who played in the NCAA tournament last fall after winning the MAAC Championship.

In the opener, Lott and junior Meredith Peacock recorded 14 kills apiece as UNCW rallied from a 1-all tie after two sets with a pair of convincing wins (25-16, 25-14) in the third and fourth sets. Sophomore setter Alyssa Desjardins doled out 22 assists and completed a double-double with 10 digs.

In the fourth and final set against the Chanticleers, the Seahawks recorded four of their 10 blocks and held Coastal to a -.030 hitting average.

In the night cap, the Seahawks again turned up the defense, out-hitting Fairfield, .289-.044. Lott held match-high honors with 10 kills while Morgan Kine added seven kills and eight digs. Junior libero Lindsay Hartmann collected a match-high nine digs in the sweep.

The Seahawks tackle NC State on Saturday at 7:30 p.m., when they next retake the court.

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BUIES CREEK, NC (UNCW) -– Preseason All-Colonial Athletic Association selection Katrina Guillou scored early in the second half and the timely strike stood up as the UNCW women’s soccer team shut out state rival Campbell, 1-0, Friday night at the Eakes Sports Complex.

The Seahawks picked up their first win of the season following season-opening losses to N.C. State and Georgia Southern and carry their 1-2 record into Sunday’s 2 p.m. contest against UNC Charlotte at the UNCW Soccer Stadium.

“It’s always good to come away with a win on the road against a good team,” said 19-year Head Coach Paul Cairney. The Camels opened their season last week with an impressive 3-2 triumph at home against Richmond.

“It was a hard fought game. Campbell was very well organized and created some good chances. We had control of the ball for long spells, but they would counter attack. We pressed they up high and put them under pressure.”

The two teams battled to a stalemate until Guillou, a junior from Ft. Washington, Md., scored her second goal of the season at 58:17 inside the box. Sophomore defender Madison Melnick was credited with an assist.

“Katrina had a nice finish on the breakthrough goal,” Cairney said. “After that, it was a slugfest for the final 35 minutes. We both had some good chances.”

The Seahawks outshot the Camels, 11-6, including five attempts by junior forward Maddie McCormick.

Goalkeepers Carolyn Huddy and Lisa Rahkola shared the shutout for the Seahawks, combining for two saves on the night.

The Seahawks, who improved to 8-3 lifetime vs. Campbell, play the second of three consecutive state opponents early Sunday went the 49ers visit the Port City.

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HIGH POINT, NC (UNCW) -– Jamie Dell and Kalvin Kromer each scored goals as UNCW opened the 2014 season with 2-0 blanking of High Point in the season opener for both teams on Friday at Vert Stadium on Friday.

"A great result to start the season on the road, under tough circumstances, against a tough High Point team’” said UNCW Head Coach Aidan Heaney. “This is a difficult place to play but overall I thought we were deserving of the win. We continue to improve and I loved the way we were committed to hold on to the lead, with our players determined to not let High Point into the game. Jamie Dell scored a goal of the highest quality and Kalvin Kromer was clinical off Matt Tysinger's rebound. Jacob (VanCompernolle) did an outstanding job of leading the line at the back, but it was a true team performance from our players."

Dell, a junior, gave the Seahawks a 1-0 lead in the 28th minute when rifled off a shot from the top of the penalty area on the right flank. His shot sailed through the penalty area and caromed off the left post for the eventual winning goal.

In the second half, Kromer a freshman, was in the right place at the right time when he converted a rebound off the cross bar for a 2-0 lead in the 80th minute. Junior Matt Tysiner’s shot bounced off the crossbar to Kromer, who netted his first career goal in his first career game in college.

Sophomore Sean Melvin earned the clean sheet with a pair of saves.

Both finished with 10 shots apiece.

The Seahawks open their home schedule on Sept. 1 with a 7 p.m. start against longtime rival UNCG.

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Cape Fear 3 Louisburg College 0

(25-15, 25-20, 25-11)Volleyball

Cape Fear Community College picked up its second win in as many nights and move to 1-0 in conference play as the Sea Devils cruised to a 3-0 sweep at Louisburg College on Friday night.
“Just a great first conference win,” said CFCC Coach Emily Coleman. “It was a tough atmosphere because they had great fans, but we came in and did our job and controlled the tempo of the game.”

Kaley Evans played a strong defensive game for Cape Fear with 25 digs, while Kate Meagher and Riley Litton chipped in with four kills apiece. Brittani Jefferson was a force at net with five blocks.

The Sea Devils (3-0) return to the floor Sunday for matches against Guilford Tech and Brunswick CC in Bolivia.

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