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WWAY's Friday night sports - April 20

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WILMINGTON,NC (WWAY) -- On Friday night's WWAY sports we featured the first day of the Azalea Open Skeet Shooting Tournament in Brunswick. Two world champions are competing in the event. We also featured three high school baseball games: Whiteville vs. North Brunswick, New Hanover vs. New Bern and Ashley vs. Rose. On top of that we had the latest info on UNCW sports.

Scores & Notes:

IN USL PRO SOCCER HARRISBURG CITY BEAT CHARLOTTE 2-1 ON FRIDAY
THE WILMINGTON HAMMERHEADS HOST HARRISBURG CITY SATURDAY NIGHT

EAST BLADEN SENIOR BASKETBALL GUARD MONTRELL ROGERS SIGNED ON FRIDAY TO PLAY FOR LENOIR COMMUNITY COLLEGE

HAW HILL MUD BOG RACING REVS UP IN WINNABOW AT 3PM ON SATURDAY

HERE ARE FRIDAY'S HIGH SCHOOL SPORTS SCORES:

GIRLS LACROSSE ASHLEY 23 - NORTHSIDE 0
PEYTON LECOMPTE RECORDED 5 GOALS AND HEATHER TALTON SCORED 4 GOALS FOR THE SCREAMIN' EAGLES

GIRLS SOCCER WALLACE-ROSE HILL 5 - TRASK 1
GIRLS SOCCER WHITEVILLE 2 - SW ONSLOW 2
GIRLS SOCCER HOGGARD 6 - LUMBERTON 0
ALI FRANKENY AND SAYRES MCKENNA EACH HAD 2 GOALS FOR HOGGARD
THE VIKINGS ARE NOW 11-1-2 OVERALL AND 5-0-1 IN THE CONFERENCE

BASEBALL TRASK 12 - WALLACE-ROSE HILL 2
BASEBALL WHITEVILLE 9 - NORTH BRUNSWICK 7
WHITEVILLE IS NOW 6-2 IN LEAGUE PLAY AND CARRIES A 14-5 OVERALL RECORD
BASEBALL ASHLEY 8 - GREENVILLE ROSE 4
BASEBALL NEW HANOVER 4 - NEW BERN 2
BASEBALL WEST BLADEN 15 - WEST BRUNSWICK 7
KYLE MEISMER WAS THE WINNING PITCHER FOR THE KNIGHTS
TIMMY SMITH WENT 3-4 FROM THE PLATE AND HAD 3 RBI FOR WEST BLADEN

SOFTBALL TOPSAIL 13 - CLINTON 0
MINDI WHITE HAD A HOMERUN AND ASHLYN REAGAN GOT THE WIN FOR THE PIRATES
TOPSAIL SOFTBALL REMAINS UNDEFEATED WITH A 20-0 OVERALL RECORD
SOFTBALL ASHLEY 5 - GREENVILLE ROSE 3
SOFTBALL TRASK 14 - WALLACE-ROSE HILL 4
SOFTBALL NORTH BRUNSWICK 1 - WHITEVILLE 0
SOFTBALL WEST BLADEN 5 - WEST BRUNSWICK 1
NICOLE WYATT WAS THE WINNING PITCHER FOR WEST BLADEN
DANIELLE DOVE WENT 3-4 FROM THE PLATE FOR THE KNIGHTS

THE NUMBER TWO-SEEDED UNCW WOMEN'S TENNIS TEAM BLANKED DELAWARE 4-0 IN THE CAA TOURNAMENT ON FRIDAY
THE SEAHAWK WOMEN ADVANCE TO PLAY GEORGIA STATE IN THE SEMIFINALS SATURDAY AT 2PM
THE UNCW MEN'S TENNIS TEAM HANDLED WILLIAM & MARY 4-0 IN THE QUARTERFINALS OF THE CAA TOURNAMENT SATURDAY
THE THIRD-SEEDED SEAHAWK MEN ADVANCE TO FACE GEORGIA STATE IN THE SEMIFINALS SATURDAY AT 10AM

THE UNCW WOMEN'S GOLF TEAM IS IN THIRD PLACE AFTER THE FIRST ROUND OF THE CAA WOMEN'S GOLF CHAMPIONSHIPS
THE SEAHAWKS TRAIL FIRST PLACE OLD DOMINION BY 6 SHOTS GOING INTO DAY TWO
UNCW WOMEN'S GOLFER SOFIA HAGSUND IS IN THIRD PLACE INDIVIDUALLY AFTER SHE CARDED AN EVEN PAR 72 IN THE FIRST ROUND

NBA MEMPHIS GRIZZLIES 85 - CHARLOTTE BOBCATS 80

MLB NY YANKEES 6 - BOSTON RED SOX 2
THE RED SOX CELEBRATED THEIR 100 YEAR ANNIVERSARY PRIOR TO THE START OF THE GAME

THE UNCW BASEBALL TEAM GOES TO BOSTON FOR A DOUBLEHEADER AGAINST NORTHEASTERN SATURDAY AT NOON

THE UNCW SOFTBALL TEAM HEADS TO PHILADELPHIA TO FACE DREXEL IN A DOUBLEHEADER STARTING AT 11AM SATURDAY

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