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Submitted by John Rendleman on Tue, 12/04/2012 - 11:54pm.

WILMINGTON, NC (WWAY) -- We've posted scores and notes from Tuesday night high school basketball action below. TOPSAIL GIRLS 30 - TRASK GIRLS 20 LANEY GIRLS 62 - NORTH BRUNSWICK 21 NEW HANOVER GIRLS 58 - PENDER 28 COASTAL CHRISTIAN GIRLS 50 - CAPE FEAR ACADEMY 47 EAST BLADEN GIRLS 56 - WALLACE-ROSE HILL 28 WEST CRAVEN GIRLS 61 - ASHLEY 52 BREANNA EDWARDS LED ASHLEY WITH 18 POINTS JAMIE CHERRY LED WEST CRAVEN WITH 30 POINTS EAST COLUMBUS GIRLS 49 - SOUTH COLUMBUS 23 WEST BLADEN GIRLS 49 - FAIRMONT 43 COURTNEY THOMPSON LED THE KNIGHTS WITH 16 POINTS & 17 REBOUNDS WEST BRUNSWICK GIRLS 60 - WEST COLUMBUS 29 YANA BLAND HAD 20 POINTS FOR THE TROJANS WHITEVILLE BOYS 51 - SCOTLAND COUNTY 35 ROBERT SMITH LED THE WOLFPACK WITH 25 POINTS JACKSONVILLE BOYS 61 - HOGGARD 58 THE VIKINGS LED FOR 31 OF THE 32 MINUTES PLAYED FAIRMONT BOYS 77 - WEST BLADEN 62 KWINTON HINSON HAD 27 POINTS FOR FAIRMONT WEST BRUNSWICK BOYS 61 - WEST COLUMBUS 49 CAPE FEAR ACADEMY BOYS 47 - COASTAL CHRISTIAN 39 DANIEL MACRAE LED CFA WITH 11 POINTS EAST BLADEN BOYS 59 - WALLACE-ROSE HILL 56 JAQUAN JONES SCORED 23 POINTS & LATYSON ROBINSON ADDED 13 POINTS EAST COLUMBUS BOYS 55 - SOUTH COLUMBUS 49 RONALD RATLIFF LED THE GATORS WITH 12 POINTS TOPSAIL BOYS 54 - TRASK 39 TYLER HAGAN LED THE PIRATES WITH 17 POINTS ASHLEY BOYS 57 - WEST CRAVEN 54 TREY ELLER LED ASHLEY WITH 17 POINTS TJ WILLIAMS ADDED 16 FOR THE SCREAMING EAGLES BETHEL CHRISTIAN 48 - WILMINGTON CHRISTIAN 45 JAKE CONNOR HAD 10 REBOUNDS FOR THE PATRIOTS NORTH BRUNSWICK BOYS 63 - LANEY 59 NIK SLOAN LED THE SCORPIONS WITH 23 POINTS LANEY HIGH SCHOOL WILL HOLD A SPECIAL CEREMONY ON FRIDAY AT THE MICHAEL JORDAN GYMNASIUM. THE BASKETBALL COURT AT LANEY WILL BE DEDICATED AS THE FRED LYNCH-RUBY SUTTON COURT. CHECK OUT WWAY'S FULL COURT PRESS ON FRIDAY WITH JOHN RENDLEMAN & BRETT BLIZZARD --------------------- ORLANDO FL, (WWAY) -- In the consolation bracket of the Junior Midget Pop Warner Super Bowl the Coastal Cowboys beat the Oak Cliff Jets 39-6. --------------------- NEW YORK (AP) -- Richard Howell had 13 points and grabbed all 10 of his rebounds in the second half, and C.J. Leslie had 16 points and 13 rebounds to lead No. 25 North Carolina State to a 69-65 victory over Connecticut in the second game of the Jimmy V Classic on Tuesday night at Madison Square Garden. The Wolfpack (5-2), who had lost two of three, have dropped 19 spots in the AP poll over the last four weeks after being ranked No. 6 in the preseason Top 25. Howell, a 6-foot-8, 257-pound senior, led North Carolina State's second-half rush to the boards. The Wolfpack had 20 rebounds in the second half, 11 on the offensive end - and Howell grabbed seven of those. The Huskies had 13 rebounds in the second half, six offensive. Shabazz Napier led the Huskies (6-2) with 19 points and Ryan Boatright added 18. (Copyright 2012 The Associated Press. All rights reserved. This material may not be published, broadcast, rewritten or redistributed.) Here's more info on the game courtesy NCSU: NC State is now 3-1 in neutral site games this season following Tuesday's game. NC State is 1-1 in the Jimmy V after Tuesday's game. It lost its previous contest, 69-60, to Gonzaga in 2002 at the Meadowlands in East Rutherford, N.J. Tonight's win was NC State's first win in New York since defeating Seton Hall, 65-62, in the 1989 ECAC Holiday Festival. The Pack is now 3-2 in the series with Connecticut. The Wolfpack is now 2-0 against the Big East Conference under Mark Gottfried. It defeated Georgetown, 66-63, in last year's NCAA Tournament to advance to the Sweet Sixteen. Senior Scott Wood added three more 3-pointers to give him 248 in his NC State career. He now trails Rodney Monroe by 74. Monroe made 322 during his career (1987-91). Senior Richard Howell posted his 16th career double-double and his third this season. He had 13 points and 10 rebounds. Junior C.J. Leslie posted his 15th career double-double and his third consecutive one this season. He had 16 points and 13 rebounds.

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