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WWAY's Friday night sports - Oct. 12


WILMINGTON, NC (WWAY) -- Week number nine of the high school football season is complete. We've posted scores from around the state below:

Albemarle 42, East Montgomery 7

Apex Middle Creek 35, Raleigh Athens Drive 30

Asheville Erwin 49, North Buncombe 0

Asheville Reynolds 21, McDowell County 13

Asheville Roberson 45, Asheville 21

Ayden-Grifton 33, North Duplin 14

Boonville Starmount 40, North Wilkes 6

Bunn 40, Wendell Corinth-Holders 15

Burlington Williams 42, Eden Morehead 7

Burnsville Mountain Heritage 28, Mitchell County 6

Canton Pisgah 48, North Henderson 33

Carrboro 49, Hillsborough Cedar Ridge 28

Cary 29, Panther Creek 17

Central Cabarrus 41, Northwest Cabarrus 14

Central Davidson 54, East Davidson 14

Chapel Hill 26, Oxford Webb 0

Charlotte Catholic 48, Charlotte Berry Tech 14

Charlotte Christian 27, Charlotte Country Day 21

Charlotte Mallard Creek 42, Huntersville Hopewell 0

Charlotte Myers Park 41, South Mecklenburg 33

Charlotte Olympic 62, Charlotte Harding 0

Cherryville 45, Gastonia Highland Tech 0

China Grove Carson 36, West Iredell 28

Claremont Bunker Hill 35, West Caldwell 7

Clayton 41, Smithfield-Selma 7

Concord 49, Mt. Pleasant 21

Cox Mill 23, Concord Robinson 22

Davidson Day 68, Metrolina Christian Academy 28

Davie County 24, Winston-Salem Mt. Tabor 7

Dixon 27, Jones County 13

Durham Hillside 57, Durham Riverside 10

East Bend Forbush 34, East Wilkes 20

East Bladen 28, South Columbus 6

East Columbus 60, St. Pauls 18

East Duplin 21, Clinton 14

East Forsyth 69, Southwest Guilford 13

East Henderson 26, Franklin 13

East Lincoln 35, Lake Norman Charter 21

East Mecklenburg 23, Charlotte Ardrey Kell 9

East Rowan 47, South Rowan 14

East Surry 21, North Stokes 16

Eastern Alamance 54, Mayodan McMichael 36

Eastern Randolph 31, Yanceyville Yancey 6

Edenton Holmes 44, Pasquotank County 0

Elizabeth City Northeastern 47, Currituck County 7

Elkin 35, Alleghany County 20

Enka 51, Asheville School 28

Erwin Triton 43, Clayton Cleveland 40

Fayetteville Britt 38, Cape Fear 17

Fayetteville Christian 53, Raleigh Wake Christian 14

Fayetteville Pine Forest 13, Fayetteville Byrd 0

Fayetteville Sanford 24, Fayetteville Seventy-First 14

Fayetteville Smith 34, Hope Mills South View 14

Franklinton 30, Roanoke Rapids 24

Garner 42, Knightdale 7

Gastonia Ashbrook 40, Gastonia Forestview 36

Goldsboro 56, Princeton 16

Graham 33, Providence Grove 27

Granville Central 48, Kestrel Heights 12

Greensboro Dudley 40, Western Guilford 31

Greensboro Grimsley 24, Greensboro Smith 23

Greensboro Page 38, Southern Alamance 0

Harrells Christian Academy 63, Village Christian 7

Havelock 42, Jacksonville 12

Hendersonville 27, Black Mountain Owen 0

Hickory 21, Lenoir Hibriten 13

Hickory Ridge 63, Kannapolis Brown 42

Hickory St. Stephens 35, Newton Foard 13

High Point Andrews 41, Randleman 10

High Point Central 24, Kernersville Glenn 14

Hobgood Academy 26, Rocky Mount Academy 25

Holly Springs 48, Fuquay-Varina 34

Hope Mills Gray's Creek 35, Western Harnett 7

Hough High School 38, Mooresville 14

Jacksonville Northside 40, Richlands 13

Kill Devil Hills First Flight 13, Bertie County 10

Kings Mountain 20, North Gaston 12

Kinston 30, Greene Central 26

Lakewood (Salemburg) 34, Hobbton 6

Lawndale Burns 38, Morganton Patton 0

Lee County 38, Morrisville Green Hope 14

Lejeune 36, Pamlico County 14

Lincolnton 48, Bessemer City 14

Louisburg 50, North Johnston 0

Madison County 33, Avery County 9

Maiden 14, East Burke 0

Manteo 49, Perquimans County 18

Marvin Ridge 24, Anson County 21

Matthews Butler 45, Charlotte Providence 14

Monroe 41, Cuthbertson 24

Monroe Piedmont 40, North Stanly 3

Monroe Sun Valley 56, Monroe Parkwood 7

Morganton Freedom 42, East Rutherford 14

Mt. Airy 31, Kernersville McGuinness 12

Murphy 56, Q Foundation 30

Nash Central 33, Northern Nash 7

New Bern 55, Wilmington Ashley 0

Newton-Conover 41, Valdese Draughn 21

North Brunswick 47, South Brunswick 7

North Davidson 37, West Forsyth 7

North Lincoln 36, West Lincoln 12

North Pitt 34, Farmville Central 6

North Raleigh Christian 14, Raleigh Ravenscroft 7

North Rowan 35, Chatham Central 6

North Surry 38, Surry Central 14

Northampton County 54, KIPP Pride 0

Northeast Guilford 56, Southwestern Randolph 22

Northern Durham 23, Apex 13

Northern Guilford 42, Rockingham County 7

Northwest Guilford 28, Winston-Salem Parkland 7

Orange County 33, Southern Vance 14

Person County 15, Durham Jordan 9

Pfafftown Reagan 48, Winston-Salem Reynolds 14

Pikeville Aycock 38, Eastern Wayne 12

Polk County 44, Thomas Jefferson 21

Raleigh Cardinal Gibbons 37, Northern Vance 18

Raleigh Leesville Road 54, Raleigh Millbrook 17

Raleigh Wakefield 42, Raleigh Enloe 6

Red Springs 46, Fairmont 10

Reidsville 11, Siler City Jordan-Matthews 0

Richmond County 30, Lumberton 17

Robbinsville 34, Hayesville 31

Rocky Mount 28, Wilson Fike 14

Rose Hill Union 41, Rocky Point Trask 0

Rosewood 33, Seven Springs Spring Creek 6

Rosman 35, Cherokee 12

Salisbury 37, Lexington 25

Scotland County 34, Hoke County 19

Shelby 48, R-S Central 12

Shelby Crest 34, Gastonia Huss 27

South Caldwell 55, Watauga County 15

South Central Pitt 28, Jacksonville White Oak 6

South Granville 40, Pittsboro Northwood 30

South Iredell 24, Catawba Bandys 13

South Johnston 34, Southern Wayne 18

South Robeson 23, West Columbus 20, 3OT

South Stanly 21, North Moore 6

Southampton Academy, Va. 40, Word of God Christian Academy 34

Southeast Raleigh 20, East Wake 12

Southern Durham 47, East Chapel Hill 10

Southern Guilford 28, North Forsyth 26

Southern Lee 63, Cameron Union 55

Southern Pines Pinecrest 20, Pembroke Swett 7

Southwest Onslow 69, East Carteret 0

Spring Lake Overhills 25, Fayetteville Westover 15

Statesville 37, Alexander Central 27

Swain County 62, Andrews 6

Swansboro 34, South Lenoir 14

Sylva Smoky Mountain 48, Brevard 14

Tarboro 43, SouthWest Edgecombe 22

Thomasville 35, West Davidson 5

Thomasville Ledford 19, Asheboro 13

Topsail 32, Croatan 14

Union Academy 28, West Stanly 3

Victory Christian Academy (Gastonia) 54, Trinity Christian 6

Wake Forest Heritage 24, Raleigh Broughton 0

Wake Forest-Rolesville 34, Raleigh Sanderson 14

Wallace-Rose Hill 28, Pender County 14

Warren County 22, Northwest Halifax 14

Warsaw Kenan 30, Dunn Midway 0

Washington 26, Greenville Conley 21

Weddington 7, Indian Trail Porter Ridge 0

West Carteret 35, West Craven 20

West Henderson 21, Waynesville Tuscola 16

West Johnston 23, Harnett Central 21

West Montgomery 41, South Davidson 6

West Rowan 42, North Iredell 0

West Stokes 9, South Stokes 0

Western Alamance 49, Eastern Guilford 15

Wheatmore 15, Trinity 14

Whiteville 57, West Bladen 21

Wilkes Central 47, Ashe County 14

Wilmington Hoggard 34, Greenville Rose 7

Wilmington New Hanover 45, Wilmington Laney 14

Wilson Hunt 30, Southern Nash 21

(Copyright 2012 The Associated Press. All rights reserved. This material may not be published, broadcast, rewritten or redistributed.)


MO (WWAY). --- Wilmington native Lamar Russ improved his pro boxing record to 11-0 on Friday night with a first round knockout over Jonathan Cepeda in a 160 pound middleweight fight. Russ is a New Hanover High graduate and Fayetteville State University grad.


WILMINGTON, NC (UNCW) -- From a first-ever 5K Run to the traditional slam dunk and 3-pont shooting contests, basketball season arrived at UNCW Friday with the conclusion of Midnite Madness festivities.

A crowd estimated at more than 2,000 fans gathered from 9:30-11 p.m. to meet the new teams of Coach Buzz Peterson and Coach Adell Harris. The fun-filled night capped a full week on campus that included an ice cream social, various games, Sammy C. Hawk sightings and other activities.

Friday's festivities began a 5K Run in the front of Trask Coliseum and continued with the annual Trask Trek when students and fans met at The Seahawk Village clubhouse for the short walk to Trask Coliseum. A total of 173 runners and walkers participated in the first Midnite Madness 5K Run.

Midnite Madness convened at 9:30 p.m. and included performances by Sammy C. Hawk, Physical Graffeeti and UNCW's cheerleaders, dance team and pep band. Students participated in several contests for prizes.

In Friday's contests between the teams, junior guard Chris Dixon defeated junior guard Diana Venezia for the 3-point crown and senior forward Keith Rendleman topped defending champion Freddie Jackson for the dunk title.

Both teams will play an exhibition game on Saturday, Nov. 3. The men will take on North Carolina Wesleyan at 2 p.m., while the women play UNC Pembroke at 4:30 p.m.

Season tickets still remain for Seahawk basketball. For more information, visit or call 910-962-3233.

NOTE: Click play video to see some of the sights and sounds from Friday's Midnite Madness at UNCW. It's at the end of WWAY's 5th Quarter.

WASHINGTON (AP) - Pete Kosma's two-out, two-run single to right in the top of the ninth inning gave St. Louis the lead for the first time and the Cardinals stunned Washington 9-7 to win the NLDS. Kosma's hit followed a game-tying, two-out, two-run single by Daniel Descalso, who also homered in the eighth inning to help the Cardinals overcome an early six-run deficit.

Washington was an out away from advancing when closer Drew Storen walked Yadier Molina and David Freise to load the bases for Descalso, who's sharp ground kicked off shortstop Ian Desmond's glove and into center field.

The Nationals scored three times before St. Louis starter Adam Wainwright recorded an out. Jason Werth led off with a double, Bryce Harper followed with a triple and Ryan Zimmerman added a homer.

Harper and Michael Morse also went deep in the third inning to help build a 6-0 lead and end Wainwright's outing after just 2 1-3 innings.

But St. Louis started to chip away on Matt Holliday's rbi single in the fourth and pulled within a run on Descalso's homer.

Kurt Suzuki gave Washington some insurance in the bottom of the inning with an rbi single, his third hit of the game. But the Cardinals wouldn't be denied.

The Cardinals will travel to San Francisco to open up the NLCS against the Giants Sunday.


Yanks top Orioles

NEW YORK (AP) - CC Sabathia tossed a four-hitter as the Yankees topped Baltimore 3-1 and clinched the ALDS three-games-to-two. Sabathia set down the first nine Orioles he faced, and was only in trouble in the eighth inning. That's when Baltimore scored it's only run on a Matt Wieters' single. The Orioles had the bases loaded with one out, but Sabathia escaped without further damage.

The Yankees starter struck out nine and walked two. It was Sabathia's first complete post-season game.

Baltimore starter Jason Hammel was perfect through four innings, but gave up a hit to lead off the fifth, when the Yankees scored on a Raul Ibanez RBI single. Ichiro Suzuzki added a run-scoring double in the sixth and Curtis Granderson homered in the seventh.

The Yankees advance to the ALCS to take on Detroit. Game 1 is in Yankees Stadium Saturday night.

Doug Fister is expected to start for the Tigers against Andy Pettitte.

(Copyright 2012 The Associated Press. All rights reserved. This material may not be published, broadcast, rewritten or redistributed.)

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