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WWAY's Tuesday night sports - Nov. 22

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WILMINGTON,NC (WWAY) - On Tuesday night the UNC Wilmington men's basketball team held their home opener against Marshall. Click play video for game highlights and post-game reaction from Trask Coliseum. We also have highlights from four high school basketball games. Click on the video icon to watch Tuesday's sports.

HERE ARE TUESDAY'S HIGH SCHOOL BASKETBALL SCORES
TERRY SANFORD BOYS 48 - WEST BLADEN BOYS 53
D.J. MASON LED WEST BLADEN WITH 18 POINTS
TERRY SANFORD GIRLS 59 - WEST BLADEN GIRLS 44
NORTH BRUNSWICK BOYS 73 - EAST COLUMBUS BOYS 51
NIK SLOAN LED THE SCORPIONS WITH 16 POINTS
NORTH BRUNSWICK GIRLS 33 - EAST COLUMBUS GIRLS 44
EAST BLADEN GIRLS 43 - SW ONSLOW GIRLS 62
COASTAL CHRISTIAN BOYS 44 - LEJEUNE BOYS 59
COASTAL CHRISTIAN GIRLS 31 - LEJEUNE GIRLS 53
ASHLEY BOYS 74 - JACK BRITT BOYS 64
DREW COMBS LED ASHLEY WITH 27 POINTS, 9 ASSISTS, 9 STEALS
BRANDON TRANCHON ADDED 15 FOR ASHLEY
TOPSAIL BOYS 39 - NEW HANOVER BOYS 76
KADEEM ALLEN LED WILDCATS WITH 21
TOPSAIL GIRLS 43 - NEW HANOVER GIRLS 49
SOUTH VIEW BOYS 61 - LUMBERTON BOYS 59

IN MEN'S COLLEGE BASKETBALL MARSHALL BEAT UNCW 69-64
WITH THE LOSS THE SEAHAWKS DROP TO 0-3 ON THE SEASON
KEITH RENDLEMAN LED UNCW IN SCORING WITH 15 POINTS
FREDDIE JACKSON ADDED 13 FOR UNCW
UNCW WILL HOST DAVIDSON ON SATURDAY AT 2PM AT TRASK COLISEUM

NORTH CAROLINA BEAT TENNESSEE STATE 102-69
FORMER HOGGARD GUARD STILMAN WHITE HAD 1 ASSIST FOR UNC
DUKE BEAT MICHIGAN 82-75
COASTAL CAROLINA BEAT CLEMSON 60-59
EAST CAROLINA BEAT APPALACHIAN STATE 67-47
EAST TENNESSEE BEAT CHARLOTTE 70-69

THE BASEBALL CAMP FUNDRAISER FOR BRACK HARDEE IS SCHEDULED FOR WEDNESDAY MORNING AT OLSEN PARK.
THE CAMP WILL BE HELD EVEN IF IT RAINS. INSTRUCTIONS HAVE INDOOR FACILITIES AVAILABLE NEARBY

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