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WWAY's Tuesday night sports - April 17

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WILMINGTON,NC (WWAY) -- On Tuesday we featured highlights from UNCW's impressive 10-1 win over the 24th ranked East Carolina Pirates from Greenville. We also checked out high school baseball action from New Bern. The Bears beat Laney. We also featured Ashley's win over Hoggard in baseball along with two softball games from Wilmington.

IN HIGH SCHOOL SOFTBALL LANEY SHUTOUT NEW BERN 2-0
IN HIGH SCHOOL SOFTBALL TOPSAIL IMPROVES TO 19-0 WITH A 7-6 WIN OVER S. LENOIR
ASHLYN REAGAN WAS THE WINNING PITCHER FOR THE PIRATES
IN HIGH SCHOOL SOFTBALL TRASK BEAT LAKEWOOD 7-5
IN HIGH SCHOOL SOFTBALL NEW HANOVER SHUTOUT ROSE 1-0
IN HIGH SCHOOL SOFTBALL ASHLEY BLANKED HOGGARD 11-0
ASHLEY'S CRYSTAL WAS THE WINNING PITCHER FOR ASHLEY
IN HIGH SCHOOL SOFTBALL WEST BLADEN SHUTOUT SOUTH BRUNSWICK 10-0
IN HIGH SCHOOL SOFTBALL SOUTH COLUMBUS BEAT EAST BLADEN 11-1
BAILEY DYSON EARNED THE WIN ON THE MOUND FOR SOUTH COLUMBUS

IN HIGH SCHOOL BASEBALL NEW HANOVER BEAT GREENVILLE ROSE 7-4
IN HIGH SCHOOL BASEBALL NEW BERN DEFEATED LANEY 4-1
IN HIGH SCHOOL BASEBALL NORTH BRUNSWICK OUTSLUGGED WEST BRUNSWICK 19-16
IN HIGH SCHOOL BASEBALL TOPSAIL BEAT SOUTH LENOIR 5-2
IN HIGH SCHOOL BASEBALL EAST COLUMBUS DEFEATED RED SPRINGS 8-3
IN HIGH SCHOOL BASEBALL TRASK DEFEATED LAKEWOOD15-6
IN HIGH SCHOOL BASEBALL ASHLEY BEAT HOGGARD 4-1
IN HIGH SCHOOL BASEBALL WEST BLADEN DEFEATED SOUTH BRUNSWICK 9-4
JIMMY SMITH HAD 3 RBI FOR THE KNIGHTS
IN HIGH SCHOOL BASEBALL SOUTH COLUMBUS EDGED EAST BLADEN 5-4
RENO DUNCAN WAS THE WINNING PITCHER

IN HIGH SCHOOL GIRLS SOCCER NEW BERN DEFEATED LANEY 3-1
IN HIGH SCHOOL GIRLS SOCCER EAST COLUMBUS BEAT RED SPRINGS 3-1
IN HIGH SCHOOL GIRLS SOCCER LAKEWOOD EDGED TRASK 2-1
IN HIGH SCHOOL GIRLS SOCCER HOGGARD DEFEATED ASHLEY 3-1
KIERA WOODING, SAYRES MCKENNA AND CHELSEA FRANKENY SCORED FOR THE VIKINGS
IN HIGH SCHOOL GIRLS SOCCER NEW HANOVER BEAT ROSE 8-1

IN COLLEGE BASEBALL UNCW DEFEATED 24TH RANKED EAST CAROLINA 10-1
COREY DICK KNOCKED IN FIVE RUNS FOR UNCW
TYLER DELOACH ONLY GAVE UP TWO HITS
THERE'S MORE ON THIS GAME BELOW FROM UNCW

GREENVILLE, NC (UNCW sports release) -- Tyler DeLoach allowed just one run and Corey Dick knocked in a career-high five runs as UNCW raced past No. 24 East Carolina, 10-1, in college baseball action on Tuesday at Clark-LeClair Stadium.

The Seahawks improved to 21-16 with the road win while the Pirates fell to 25-11-1 DeLoach (3-2) went a career-long 6 1/3 innings, allowing just that one run on two hits, four walks and a school-record tying four hit batters.

The Seahawks jumped on ECU starter Jeff Hoffman (1-1) for six runs on eight hits and a walk in 4 2/3 innings.
Dick gave UNCW a 3-0 lead in the third when he slammed his third homer of the season, with two on, to right.
UNCW added a run in the fourth on a RBI ground out by Jake Koenig and two more in the fifth when Hunter Ridge doubled in two runs with two out.

Both teams scored in the seventh with ECU getting on the board on a RBI single from Jay Cannon.
The Seahawks extended their lead to 10-1 in the ninth with three more runs. A wild pitch, RBI ground out by Dick and a RBI single by Michael Bass completed the scoring.

Joining Dick in leading the offense was Thomas Pope with four hits and three runs scored. Ridge added three hits as the Seahawks outhit the Pirates, 15-5. Drew Reynolds had three hits for ECU. The Seahawks return to Colonial Athletic Association action on April 21, with a doubleheader at Northeastern. First pitch is slated for noon.

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