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RALEIGH, NC (AP) - The Associated Press state high school football poll for the week of Sept. 2, first-place votes in parentheses, records and total points as voted upon by a statewide panel of prep sports writers:

Class 4-A
1. Matthews Butler (11) (2-0) 119 -
2. Charlotte Mallard Creek (1) (1-1) 98 -
3. Scotland County (2-0) 88 -
4. Greensboro Dudley (2-0) 73 -
5. New Bern (2-0) 63 -
6. Charlotte Independence (2-0) 51 -
7. Mooresville (2-0) 38 -
8. West Forsyth (2-0) 26 -
(tie) Apex Middle Creek (2-0) 26 -
10. Wake Forest (2-0) 24 -
Others receiving 10 or more points: Richmond County (2-0) 11, Charlotte Catholic (2-0) 11, Greenville Rose (2-0) 10.

Class 3-A
1. Shelby Crest (6) (2-0) 113 -
2. Southern Durham (4) (2-0) 104 -
3. Northern Guilford (2-0) 77 -
4. Havelock (2) (1-1) 76 -
5. Concord (2-0) 63 -
6. Asheville (2-0) 62 -
7. Morganton Freedom (2-0) 35 -
8. Orange County (2-0) 34 -
9. Statesville (1-0) 25 -
10. Gastonia Forestview (2-0) 20 -
Others receiving 10 or more points: Wilson Fike 18 (2-0).

Class 2-A
1. Shelby (11) (2-0) 119 -
2. Southwest Onslow (2-0) 90 -
3. Monroe (2-0) 89 -
4. North Rowan (2-0) 87 -
5. Reidsville (1) (2-0) 68 -
6. East Lincoln (2-0) 57 -
7. Elizabeth City Northeastern (2-0) 40 -
8. East Bladen (2-0) 23 -
9. Farmville Central (2-0) 20 -
10. Newton-Conover (2-0) 11 -
Others receiving 10 or more points: None.

Class 1-A
1. Wallace-Rose Hill (9) (2-0) 108 -
2. Swain County (2-0) 90 -
3. Princeton (2-0) 73 -
4. Murphy (1) (1-1) 72 -
5. Warsaw Kenan (1) (1-1) 65 -
6. Mt. Airy (2-0) 53 -
7. Tarboro (1-1) 33 -
8. West Montgomery (1-1) 32 -
9. Whiteville (1-1) 20 -
(tie) Robbinsville (2-0) 20 -
Others receiving 10 or more points: Pamlico County (2-0) 10, Plymouth (1-1) 10.

(Copyright 2014 The Associated Press. All rights reserved. This material may not be published, broadcast, rewritten or redistributed.)

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CAROLINA PREPS HIGH SCHOOL FOOTBALL POLL - September 2
4A

1. Matthews Butler (2-0)

2. Charlotte Mallard Creek (1-1)

3. Charlotte Independence (2-0)

4. Scotland (2-0)

5. New Bern (2-0)

6. Richmond (2-0)

7. East Forsyth (2-0)

8. Mooresville (2-0)

9. Charlotte Vance (2-0)

10. Apex Middle Creek (2-0)

11. Greensboro Dudley (2-0)

12. Wilmington Hoggard (2-0)

13. West Forsyth (2-0)

14. Wake Forest (2-0)

15. Southeast Guilford (2-0)

16. Charlotte Catholic (2-0)

17. Winston-Salem Mt. Tabor (2-0)

18. Raleigh Millbrook (2-0)

19. Greenville Rose (2-0)

20. Fayetteville Smith (1-1)

21. Durham Hillside (0-2)

22. High Point Central (2-0)

23. Charlotte Providence (1-1)

24. North Davidson (2-0)

25. Greenville Conley (2-0)

3A

1. Shelby Crest (2-0)

2. Southern Durham (2-0)

3. Northern Guilford (1-0)

4. Havelock (1-1)

5. Asheville (2-0)

6. Concord (2-0)

7. Gastonia Forestview (2-0)

8. Lee County (2-0)

9. Morganton Freedom (2-0)

10. Statesville (1-0)

11. Wilson Fike (2-0)

12. Southern Guilford (2-0)

13. Gastonia Ashbrook (1-1)

14. Lenoir Hibriten (2-0)

15. Hillsborough Orange (2-0)

16. Central Cabarrus (2-0)

17. Asheville Reynolds (0-2)

18. Weddington (2-0)

19. Eastern Alamance (2-0)

20. Western Alamance (2-0)

21. Eastern Wayne (2-0)

22. Wilson Hunt (1-1)

23. Pittsboro Northwood (2-0)

24. Harrisburg Hickory Ridge (2-0)

25. Rocky Mount (2-0)

2A

1. Shelby (2-0)

2. North Rowan (2-0)

3. Monroe (2-0)

4. Reidsville (2-0)

5. Elizabeth City Northeastern (2-0)

6. Southwest Onslow (2-0)

7. High Point Andrews (0-2)

8. East Bladen (2--0)

9. East Lincoln (2-0)

10. Newton-Conover (2-0)

11. Washington (1-1)

12. Clinton (1-0)

13. Winston-Salem Carver (0-1)

14. Black Mountain Owen (2-0)

15. Farmville Central (2-0)

16. Lincolnton (1-1)

17. Kinston (2-0)

18. Currituck County (2-0)

19. Edenton Holmes (2-0)

20. Wilson Beddingfield (2-0)

21. Franklin (1-0)

22. Franklinton (2-0)

23. Ayden-Grifton (1-1)

24. West Stokes (1-1)

25 Maiden (2-0)

1A

1. Wallace-Rose Hill (2-0)

2. Warsaw Kenan (1-1)

3. Swain County (2-0)

4. Murphy (1-1)

5. Princeton (2-0)

6. Whiteville (1-1)

7. Mount Airy (2-0)

8. Tarboro (1-1)

9. Robbinsville (2-0)

10. West Montgomery (1-1)

11. Plymouth (1-1)

12. Boonville Starmount (1-1)

13. Southeast Halifax (2-0)

14. East Surry (1-1)

15. Mooresboro Thomas Jefferson (2-0)

16. Community School of Davidson (2-0)

17. Pamlico County (2-0)

18. Walkertown (1-0)

19. Albemarle (0-2)

20. Mitchell County (2-0)

21. Louisburg (1-1)

22. Pinetown Northside (2-0)

23. Camden County (2-2)

24. Salemburg Lakewood (1-1)

25. North Stanly (1-1)

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Tuesday High School Scoreboard

HIGH SCHOOL GIRLS TENNIS
WHITEVILLE 9 - ST. PAULS 0
HOGGARD 5 - NEW HANOVER 4
EAST COLUMBUS 9 - SOUTH ROBESON 0
CLINTON 9 - EAST BLADEN 0
WEST BLADEN 9 - WALLACE-ROSE HILL 0

HIGH SCHOOL VOLLEYBALL
WILMINGTON CHRISTIAN 3 - COASTAL CHRISTIAN 2
CLINTON 3 - EAST BLADEN 2 **Click video icon above to see highlights
WALLACE-ROSE HILL 3 - WEST BLADEN 0

HIGH SCHOOL BOYS SOCCER
JACKSONVILLE 3 - HOGGARD 0
ST. PAULS 3 - WEST BLADEN 1
EAST BLADEN 1 - NORTH BRUNSWICK 1 **Click video icon above to see highlights
COASTAL CHRISTIAN 5 - WILMINGTON CHRISTIAN 0
DOUGLAS MCKINNEY, BEN SCHRAM, MATTHEW SNYDER, MATT WARD & TOMMY MURPHY ALL SCORED GOALS FOR THE CENTURIONS

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WILMINGTON, NC (HAMMERHEADS) -- Wilmington Hammerheads FC is scheduled to host Orlando City Soccer Club for their final home match of the regular season on Wednesday, September 3 at 7:30 p.m. ET at Legion Stadium. Looking to clinch one of the final three playoff positions, the Hammerheads are currently even with the Harrisburg City Islanders for the seventh seed position with three games remaining.

Wilmington and Orlando will meet on the pitch of Legion Stadium for the second time in one week for a rematch following the Hammerheads’ 3-1 victory over the Lions on Thursday. Corben Bone was quick to put Wilmington on the board with a goal in the 3rd minute of play. Austin da Luz equalized for Orlando leading into halftime after knocking the ball into the back net following a few failed attempts by the Hammerheads defense to clear the ball from the penalty area.

Mark-Anthony Kaye and Sammy Ochoa would eventually lift the Hammerheads with two goals in the second half to secure the victory over the current league-leaders. Thursday’s win was the first victory for Wilmington in almost six weeks. Two days later, the Hammerheads hosted Sacramento Republic FC in a scoreless draw at Legion Stadium.

Orlando enters Wednesday’s match following a 7-0 victory over the Dayton Dutch Lions on Sunday at ESPN Wide World of Sports. Kevin Molino tallied his second hat trick of the season, raising his 2014 goal count to 19 and proving that he will be one to watch on Wednesday.

Orlando has one match remaining during their regular season contest following Wednesday night’s game. They will host the Richmond Kickers on Saturday, September 6 as they compete to hold the current first place ranking to claim the regular season title.

The Hammerheads are set to travel north for their final two matches of the regular season over the weekend versus Dayton on Friday, September 5 at 7:00 p.m. ET at DOC Stadium and the Rochester Rhinos on Sunday, September 7 at 4:05 p.m. ET at Sahlen’s Stadium.

Fans in Wilmington are encouraged to join the Hammerheads organization and supporters for a live Watch Party on Friday and Sunday at Buffalo Wild Wings on Old Eastwood Road to cheer on the team as they play Dayton and Rochester for the final regular season matchups. Drink and food specials will be available.

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