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WWAY's Tuesday night sports - Jan. 29

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WILMINGTON, NC (WWAY) -- We've posted scores and notes from Tuesday night's high school basketball action. We had highlights from Laney-Ashley, New Hanover-Hoggard, East Bladen-South Columbus and North Brunswick-West Brunswick.

EAST BLADEN GIRLS 46 - SOUTH COLUMBUS 25

LAKEWOOD GIRLS 66 - TRASK 17

VILLAGE CHRISTIAN GIRLS 59- CAPE FEAR ACADEMY 24

WEST BRUNSWICK GIRLS 48 - NORTH BRUNSWICK 41 IN OVERTIME
TROJAN HEAD COACH MARK JONES WINS HIS FIRST GAME BACK AFTER A BRIEF ABSENCE AT WEST BRUNSWICK
DANIA GAUSE HAD 16 REBOUNDS FOR WEST BRUNSWICK

NEW HANOVER GIRLS 50 - HOGGARD 46 IN OVERTIME
KAPRIA PRESSLEY HAD A GAME HIGH 28 POINTS FOR NEW HANOVER

LANEY GIRLS 49 - ASHLEY 37
LANEY MOVES INTO SOLE POSSESSION OF FIRST PLACE IN MIDEASTERN CONFERENCE

PENDER GIRLS 50 - UNION 42
IT'S THE FIRST VICTORY OF THE SEASON FOR THE PENDER GIRLS

SOUTH COLUMBUS BOYS 42 - EAST BLADEN 38
KHALIL SOLES LED THE STALLIONS WITH 19 POINTS

ASHLEY BOYS 64 - LANEY 54

HOGGARD BOYS 59 - NEW HANOVER 37
TREVOR SINGLETON LED THE VIKINGS WITH 19 POINTS

LAKEWOOD BOYS 49 - TRASK 35

TOPSAIL BOYS 58 - EAST DUPLIN 37
TREVOR SAVIDGE LED THE PIRATES WITH 22 POINTS

WEST BRUNSWICK BOYS 60 - NORTH BRUNSWICK 52

WEST BLADEN BOYS 69 - SOUTH BRUNSWICK 43

PENDER BOYS 59 - UNION 56

VILLAGE CHRISTIAN BOYS 72 - CAPE FEAR ACADEMY 42
EVAN HEAD SCORED 23 POINTS FOR THE HURRICANES

WALLACE-ROSE HILL BOYS 57 - MIDWAY 41

SOUTH ROBESON BOYS 55 - EAST COLUMBUS 51

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ELIZABETHTOWN, NC (WWAY) -- East Bladen High retired Desmond Bryant's uniform before Tuesday's basketball game. Bryant is a 2004 East Bladen graduate. Bryant signed with the Oakland Raiders in 2009. He's been with the team as a defensive tackle ever since. Click the video icon to see a portion of Tuesday's ceremony.

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BOSTON (AP) - P.J. Hairston ignited a first-half run and scored 14 points before he was taken off the court on a stretcher after a scary fall late in the opening half of North Carolina's 82-70 win over Boston College on Tuesday night.

Hairston banged the back of his head on the floor after colliding with teammate Dexter Strickland. A North Carolina spokesman said he suffered a concussion, but was not going to be taken to the hospital.

James Michael McAdoo led North Carolina (14-6, 4-3 Atlantic Coast Conference) with 17 points and 10 boards. Strickland added 14 points.

Olivier Hanlan scored 22 points, Ryan Anderson 16 and Patrick Heckmann 12 for the Eagles (9-11, 1-6).

Boston College lost its fifth straight game.

North Carolina, which entered its sixth straight week out of The AP Top 25 after spending 33 consecutive weeks ranked, opened a double-digit lead midway into the first half and coasted to the win despite losing Hairston.

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

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CHARLOTTESVILLE, VA (AP) -- Joe Harris scored 22 points, seven during a game-ending 13-6 run, and Virginia beat No. 19 North Carolina State 58-55 on Tuesday night, the Cavaliers' fourth straight victory.

Akil Mitchell added 14 points for Virginia (15-5, 5-2 Atlantic Coast Conference), including an 18-foot jumper that put them ahead to stay, as the second-stingiest defense in the country put the clamps on.

North Carolina State (16-5, 5-3), which arrived averaging nearly 80 points per game, became the 17th team, including all seven ACC opponents, to be held under 60 points by Virginia.

C.J. Leslie, playing despite being under the weather, led the Wolfpack with 20 points and 14 rebounds. Richard Howell had 12 points, 11 rebounds and six assists. Leslie missed what would have been a tying free throw with 3:20 left, and when Jontel Evans hit two from the line with 26 seconds left, the lead was three. The Wolfpack never got off a good shot in the closing seconds.

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

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