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WWAY's Friday night sports - Jan. 11

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WILMINGTON, NC (WWAY) -- We've posted scores and notes from Friday night's high school basketball action. Click the video icon to see our January 11th show. We had highlights from Laney-Rose, Hoggard-New Bern, Ashley-New Hanover, North Brunswick-West Bladen, Whiteville-East Bladen, Croatan-Topsail and Union-Trask.

BETHEL CHRISTIAN GIRLS 38 - WCA 28

TRASK GIRLS 59 - UNION 23

LANEY GIRLS 50 - ROSE 15

COASTAL CHRISTIAN GIRLS 48 - SALEM BAPTIST 31

EAST COLUMBUS GIRLS 73 - WEST COLUMBUS 35

SOUTH COLUMBUS GIRLS 51 - WEST BRUNSWICK 48

TOPSAIL GIRLS 26 - CROATAN 23 IN OT

WALLACE-ROSE HILL GIRLS 41 - PENDER 40

WHITEVILLE GIRLS 38 - EAST BLADEN 30

HOGGARD GIRLS 57 - NEW BERN 45
JULIA BUEHLER HAD 24 FOR THE LADY VIKINGS

ASHLEY GIRLS 41 - NEW HANOVER 30

O'NEAL SCHOOL BOYS 50 - CAPE FEAR ACADEMY 43

SALEM BAPTIST BOYS 49 - COASTAL CHRISTIAN 44

DUE TO CONDENSATION ON THE COURT THE WILMINGTON CHRISTIAN BOYS DID NOT PLAY BETHEL CHRISTIAN ON FRIDAY NIGHT

EAST COLUMBUS BOYS 56 - WEST COLUMBUS 52

SOUTH COLUMBUS BOYS 66 - WEST BRUNSWICK 60

UNION BOYS 65 - TRASK 63
RASHEED BROWN HAD 25 POINTS FOR TRASK

CROATAN BOYS 59 - TOPSAIL 55
TOPSAIL'S TREVOR SAVIDGE LED ALL SCORERS WITH 29 POINTS

WALLACE-ROSE HILL BOYS 49 - PENDER 40

NORTH BRUNSWICK BOYS 79 - WEST BLADEN 75

ADAM JACOBS POURED IN 21 FOR NORTH BRUNSWICK

EAST BLADEN BOYS 65 - WHITEVILLE 59

ROSE BOYS 56 - LANEY 36

HOGGARD BOYS 69 - NEW BERN 48
TREVOR SINGLETON LED HOGGARD WITH 26 POINTS

ASHLEY BOYS 50 - NEW HANOVER 49
TJ WILLIAMS WON THE GAME ON A SLAM DUNK AT THE BUZZER
IT'S THE FIRST VICTORY FOR THE ASHLEY BOYS EVER OVER NEW HANOVER

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TORONTO (AP) - Alan Anderson scored 16 points against his former team, Jose Calderon had 15 and the Toronto Raptors won for the 10th time in 13 games Friday night, beating the Charlotte Bobcats 99-78.

Amir Johnson had 13 points and eight rebounds while Ed Davis had 12 points and eight boards for the Raptors, who led by as many as 24.

Anderson had four of Toronto's 12 3-pointers, while Calderon and Kyle Lowry each made three.

Toronto has not trailed in each of its past three victories, including home wins over Portland on Jan. 2 and Philadelphia on Jan. 9.

Starting for the second straight game, Toronto's Landry Fields matched his season high with 11 rebounds.

Michael Kidd-Gilchrist, Kemba Walker and Ben Gordon each scored 12 points as Charlotte's modest streak of two straight road victories came to an end.

(Copyright 2013 The Associated Press. All rights reserved. This material may not be published, broadcast, rewritten or redistributed.)

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