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It's a Brogden first round recap! -- WWAY's Thursday night sports - Dec. 27

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WILMINGTON,NC (WWAY) -- The campus of UNC Wilmington was the place to be on Thursday for round one action from the Leon Brogden Holiday Basketball Tournament. WWAY is proud to be the presenting sponsor for the tournament. We've posted first round scores and second round matchups below. We've also posted scores from other holiday basketball tournament from around the region as well.

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DAY ONE SCORES FROM LEON BROGDEN HOLIDAY BASKETBALL TOURNAMENT

NEW HANOVER GIRLS 36 - HAVELOCK 33

LANEY GIRLS 34 - CONWAY 8

HOGGARD GIRLS 26 - RAVENSCROFT 19

ASHLEY GIRLS 40 - SOCASTEE 33

HOKE COUNTY BOYS 80 - LANEY 45

NEW HANOVER BOYS 51 - NORTH MYRTLE BEACH 37

ASHBROOK BOYS 67 - ASHLEY 41

HOGGARD BOYS 59 - FREDERICK DOUGLASS 41
TREVOR SINGLETON LED THE VIKINGS WITH 26 POINTS

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Pairings for round two of Brogden Tourney - all games at UNCW on Friday, Dec. 28

2:30 Laney boys vs. North Myrtle Beach at Hanover Hall

3:00 Laney girls vs New Hanover at Trask Coliseum

4:00 Conway girls vs. Havelock at Hanover Hall

4:30 New Hanover boys vs. Hoke County at Trask Coliseum

5:30 Frederick Douglass boys vs. Ashley at Hanover Hall

6:00 Hoggard girls vs. Ashley at Trask Coliseum

7:00 Ravenscroft girls vs. Socastee at Hanover Hall

7:30 Hoggard boys vs. Ashbrook at Trask Coliseum

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HERE ARE RESULTS FROM THE FIRST ROUND OF WALLACE-ROSE HILL HOLIDAY TOURNAMENT

EAST BLADEN BOYS 57 - EASTERN WAYNE 54
RAY BEATTY LED THE KNIGHTS WITH 17 POINTS & 20 REBOUNDS

WALLACE-ROSE HILL BOYS 82 - NORTH LENOIR 64

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HERE ARE RESULTS FROM FIRST ROUND PLAY IN THE EAST COLUMBUS HOLIDAY TOURNAMENT

SOUTH COLUMBUS BOYS 52 - EAST COLUMBUS 49

WEST COLUMBUS BOYS 58 - RED SPRINGS 57

EAST COLUMBUS GIRLS 70 - LORIS 28

SOUTH COLUMBUS GIRLS 41 - LAKE VIEW 24

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HERE ARE RESULTS FROM THE TITAN HOLIDAY CLASSIC IN ROCKY POINT

TRASK BOYS 54 - WEST BRUNSWICK 53
GRAY CHEERS LED THE TROJANS WITH 20 POINTS IN THE ONE POINT LOSS

SOUTH BRUNSWICK BOYS 84 - JONES 78

TRASK GIRLS 62 - WEST BRUNSWICK 38

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THE WILMINGTON CHRISTIAN BOYS BEAT ALAMANCE CHRISTIAN 78-72
SOPHOMORE JONAH ATTOE LED WCA WITH 26 POINTS IN THE WCA HOLIDAY TOURNAMENT

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CHARLOTTE,NC (AP) -- Brendon Kay threw for 332 yards and a Belk Bowl-record four touchdowns, and Cincinnati capitalized on Duke's inept play in the closing minutes to beat the Blue Devils 48-34 on Thursday night.

Duke appeared to have the game in hand and was driving for the go-ahead score - and its first bowl victory since 1961 - but the final 80 seconds proved disastrous. With the game tied at 34 and the Blue Devils positioning themselves for a winning field goal, running back Josh Snead fumbled at the Cincinnati 5-yard line with 1:20 left and Bearcats defensive lineman John Williams recovered.

Kay then connected with tight end Travis Kelce on an 83-yard touchdown strike down the middle with 44 seconds left for the go-ahead score.

Cincinnati (10-3) sealed it on the next series when Maalik Bomar came crashing into Duke quarterback Sean Renfree, forcing a deflection that Nick Temple returned 55 yards for a touchdown.

Renfree threw for 358 yards - another Belk Bowl record - for the Blue Devils (6-7).

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

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