Submitted by John Rendleman on Fri, 02/08/2013 - 11:57pm.

WILMINGTON, NC (WWAY) -- On Friday night we featured high school basketball action from all across the region. We had highlights from Shallotte, Whiteville, Croatan, Greenville, Leland and Wilmington. HERE ARE RESULTS FROM FRIDAY'S HIGH SCHOOL BASKETBALL ACTION HOGGARD GIRLS 36 - ROSE 24 TOPSAIL GIRLS 29 - CROATAN 23 TRASK GIRLS 50 - UNION 27 ASHLEY GIRLS 56 - NEW BERN 39 BREANNA EDWARDS SCORED 19 FOR ASHLEY FELICITY HAVENS HAD 17 POINTS AND 16 REBOUNDS WEST BLADEN GIRLS 70 - NORTH BRUNSWICK 59 COURTNEY THOMPSON LED THE KNIGHTS WITH 20 POINTS CAPE FEAR ACADEMY GIRLS 31 - FAYETTEVILLE ACADEMY 29 WHITEVILLE GIRLS 42 - EAST BLADEN 36 EAGLES LED WITH A MINUTE TO GO, BUT WHITEVILLE PULLS IT OUT LANEY GIRLS 37 - NEW HANOVER 18 SOUTH COLUMBUS GIRLS 45 - WEST BRUNSWICK 30 DID YOU KNOW YOU CAN FOLLOW THE FULL COURT PRESS ON TWITTER? FOLLOW THE FULL COURT PRESS ON TWITTER @FULLCOURTWWAY ASHLEY BOYS 58 - NEW BERN 50 TJ WILLIAMS LED ASHLEY WITH 16 POINTS RIDELL CAMMIDGE ADDED 15 FOR ASHLEY NORTH BRUNSWICK BOYS 70 - WEST BLADEN 44 NIK SLOAN HAD 20 POINTS IN THE SCORPS WIN WHILE ADAM JACOBS ADDDED 19 FAYETTEVILLE ACADEMY BOYS 85 - CAPE FEAR ACADEMY 74 DANIEL MCRAE HAD 21 POINTS FOR THE HURRICANES EAST BLADEN BOYS 51 - WHITEVILLE 42 JAQUAN JONES LED THE EAGLES WITH 14 POINTS NEW HANOVER BOYS 67 - LANEY 53 LANEY HIT 13 THREE POINTERS & NICK HUFHAM HAD 6 OF THEM SOUTH COLUMBUS BOYS 81 - WEST BRUNSWICK 61 WALLACE-ROSE HILL BOYS 75 - PENDER 49 HOGGARD BOYS 66 - ROSE 59 OT JOE O'DONNELL LED THE VIKINGS WITH 18 POINTS CROATAN BOYS 59 - TOPSAIL 39 UNION BOYS 57 - TRASK 36 SOUTH ROBESON BOYS 64 - WEST COLUMBUS 73 WILMINGTON CHRISTIAN BOYS 59 - TRINITY 36 JONAH ATTOE HAD 19 POINTS FOR THE PATRIOTS DID YOU KNOW YOU CAN FOLLOW THE FULL COURT PRESS ON TWITTER? FOLLOW THE FULL COURT PRESS ON TWITTER @FULLCOURTWWAY ----------- WALTERBORO, SC (CFCC) -- The Cape Fear Community College men's basketball team are now in second place in NJCAA Region 10. The Sea Devils defeated USC Salkehatchie 81-77 on the road in Walterboro, South Carolina tonight. The men trailed during the first half by nearly 12 points at one point, but poured on the steam to tie the game by halftime at 36-36. Both teams kept the pressure on during the second half, but CFCC came out on top. "We showed tremendous resolve tonight," said head coach Ryan Mantlo. Faronte Drakeford led the team with 19 points. Anthony Williams scored 15 points and caught 11 rebounds while Landon Atterberry and JT Murphy added 14 and 11 points respectively. This win takes the men to 4-2 in the NJCAA and 16-7 overall. The Sea Devils travel down the road to Aiken, South Carolina tomorrow to face Aiken Technical College at 4 p.m. --------- WILMINGTON, NC (CFCC) -- The CFCC women's basketball team suffered a "tough, gut-wrenching" loss at home tonight 57-56 vs. Guilford Technical Community College according to CFCC head coach Lori Drake. Earlier this season, the team Leading the team's efforts were Porsha Buchanan with 22 points, 4 assists and 5 steals. Alexis Redd added 16 points. This was the fifth consecutive loss for the team, which is in their first year. Drake said that the team is staying positive despite tonight's defeat and will look for a victory on Sunday, Feb. 10 vs. Roxbury Community College at 2 p.m. in the Schwartz Center. The team's current NJCAA record is 3-5 and 8-9 overall. ------------ WILMINGTON, NC (UNCW) -– Sophomore Casey Rowland scattered one hit and struck out seven to lead UNCW to an 8-0 victory over Detroit in opening day action in the UNCW Beach Blast at Boseman Field Friday. The Seahawks were unable to complete the opening-day sweep, however, falling to Nebraska-Omaha in the nightcap by a 6-2 margin. Action in the UNCW Beach Blast continues on Saturday with four games. Iona faces Nebraska-Omaha at 9 a.m. followed by Detroit and Nebraska-Omaha at 11:30 a.m. UNCW begins Saturday play with a 2 p.m. contest against Iona and wraps up the day with a 4:30 game versus Detroit. Against the Titans, UNCW opened the scoring in the bottom of the second, taking advantage of a Titan error on a double steal attempt to plate two runs and build a 2-0 advantage. Rowland increased the Seahawks advantage in the bottom of the third, helping her own cause with a RBI single to make it 3-0 before UNCW tallied three runs on a Detroit error and a two-run single by senior Lauryn Buckworth in the bottom of the fourth to build a 6-0 advantage. Junior KC Shue closed out the scoring in the fifth, cracking a two-out double to left-center that plated two runs and evoked the eight-run mercy rule. Rowland allowed just one hit, a single by Kayla Kostich in the first inning, and one walk in five innings while striking out seven to pick up the win in her season debut. “Casey (Rowland) did an outstanding job in game one,” said UNCW Head Coach Kristy Norton. “She came out mentally ready and that will be a key component for her this season.” Shue was 3-for-4 with two RBI to pace a Seahawks lineup that finished with nine hits versus the Titans as six players tallied one hit each. “We had good plate performances from everyone in the lineup versus Detroit,” said Norton. “Especially (Morgan) McCann in the leadoff spot; she set the tone right away.” Versus Nebraska-Omaha, the Mavericks jumped out to a 2-0 lead in the first inning, using a leadoff home run from Mathewson and a UNCW error to build the early advantage. The two teams traded runs in the third, with Nebraska-Omaha scoring a run on a fielder’s choice to take a 3-0 lead in the top half of the frame only to see UNCW get on the board with a two-out single by Shue to make it 3-1. A two-run home run by freshman Campbell Ditto in the top of the fourth pushed the Mavericks lead to 5-1 before UNCW plate another run in the bottom of the fifth as a single to third base by sophomore Morgan McCann would trim the Seahawks deficit to 5-2. The Mavericks regain their four-run cushion in the top of the sixth, however, closing out the scoring on an infield single by senior Lindsay Redding. Ditto was 2-for-4 with two RBI and two runs scored to highlight a UNO lineup that recorded seven hits in the nightcap. Sophomore Kat Barrow was credited with the victory in the circle for the Mavericks, allowing two runs on seven hits and one walk. She struck out nine. Sophomore Jessica Rappe was 2-for-2 with two runs scored for UNCW. Shue and sophomore Morgan McCann were both 1-for-3 with a RBI. Sophomore Jordan Schmidt was credited with the loss for UNCW, surrendering three runs (one earned) on three hits and four walks. She fanned three. “We needed our defense to perform better against a very powerful offensive UNO team,” said Norton. “Overall, our girls had a lot of energy and I liked the effort they put forth today.” UNCW Beach Blast Day One Results Iona 11, Detroit 3 Nebraska-Omaha 7, Iona 0 UNCW 8, Detroit 0 Nebraska-Omaha 6, UNCW 2

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