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WWAY's Monday night sports - March 11

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WILMINGTON, NC (WWAY) -- We've posted scores and posted from Monday's high school sports.

SOFTBALL
EAST COLUMBUS BEAT WHITEVILLE 5-2
PENDER BEAT DIXON 11-6
ST. PAULS SHUTOUT EAST BLADEN 7-0

GIRLS SOCCER
WHITEVILE EDGED WEST BRUNSWICK 2-1
EAST BLADEN DEFEATED EAST COLUMBUS 4-1

BOYS TENNIS
WHITEVILE BEAT WEST COLUMBUS 6-3

BASEBALL
WHITEVILLE SHUTOUT EAST COLUMBUS 4-0
LANEY BEAT SOUTH BRUNSWICK 5-2
JOSH CARPENITO EARNED THE WIN ON THE MOUND FOR LANEY
ST. PAULS EDGED EAST BLADEN 9-7
LEJEUNE BEAT NORTH DUPLIN 7-5


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RICHMOND, Va. (AP) - A.J. Davis scored 26 points and James Madison put together an early 23-1 run before holding off a furious rally to beat Northeastern 70-57 on Monday night in the Colonial Athletic Association championship game.
    
Rayshawn Goins added 14 points and 13 rebounds for the third-seeded Dukes (20-14), who won their conference tournament for the first time to earn their first berth in the NCAA tournament since 1994.
    
Jonathan Lee led the regular-season champion Huskies (20-12) with 14 points, all in the second half. Northeastern rallied from a 31-7 deficit to beat George Mason 69-67 in the closing seconds of their semifinal matchup Sunday but couldn't pull off another comeback one night later.
    
The Huskies, who haven't been to the NCAAs since 1991, trailed 51-43 with 8:23 to go before James Madison used a 10-3 run to settle things down.

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ASHEVILLE, N.C. (AP) - De'Mon Brooks had 24 points and eight rebounds, and the Davidson Wildcats defended their Southern Conference championship with a wire-to-wire 74-55 victory over the College of Charleston on Monday night.

With two-time conference player of the year Jake Cohen in foul trouble most of the game, Brooks turned in a dominating inside performance showing a variety of moves the Cougars simply couldn't defend and was selected the tournament MVP.

JP Kuhlman chipped in with 14 points and Nick Cochran had 10. Cohen had 12 points despite playing less than half of the game.

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GREENSBORO, N.C. (AP) - Duke's Mason Plumlee, Virginia Tech's Erick Green and Miami's Shane Larkin headline the all-Atlantic Coast Conference first team.
    
The teams were announced Monday following a vote of 77 members of the Atlantic Coast Sports Media Association.
    
They were joined by Virginia's Joe Harris and North Carolina State's Richard Howell.
    
Plumlee received 226 points to 225 for Green and 224 for Larkin. Players received three points for being listed on the first team, two for the second team and one for third team.
    
Green led the nation in scoring with a 25-point scoring average. Plumlee was second in the league in scoring (17.2 points), rebounding (10.3) and field goal percentage (58.9 percent). Larkin averaged 13.7 points while leading the Hurricanes to the No. 1 seed in this week's league tournament.

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