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WILMINGTON, NC (WWAY) -- We invite you to follow WWAY Sports on Twitter @WWAYSports. ------------------------------ WILMINGTON, NC (WWAY) - Scores from our region. In most cases we have video of these games on the 5th Quarter. Click the play video icon to see WWAY's 5th Quarter with John Rendleman & Trot Nixon. EAST DUPLIN 36 - SOUTH LENOIR 16 PAMLICO 39 - DIXON 0 JAMES KENAN 35 - PRINCETON 22 JACKSONVILLE 28 - SWANSBORO 14 HAVELOCK 28 - RICHLANDS 16 SW ONSLOW 33 - JONES 0 LEJEUNE 39 - NORTH DUPLIN 22 FAIRMONT & ST. PAULS PPD TO 7PM SATURDAY DUE TO NO OFFICIALS SOUTH COLUMBUS 51 - WEST COLUMBUS 14 WEST BLADEN 41 - UNION 34 MIDWAY 16 EAST BLADEN 13 CLINTON 42 - PENDER 0 WHITEVILLE 55 - EAST COLUMBUS 0 PURNELL SWETT 27 - NORTH BRUNSWICK 6 ASHLEY 41 - SOUTH BRUNSWICK 0 LANEY 34 - WEST BRUNSWICK 20 NEW HANOVER 26 - LUMBERTON 14 HOGGARD 33 - TOPSAIL 0 In most cases we have video of the above games on the 5th Quarter. Click the play video icon to see WWAY's 5th Quarter with John Rendleman & Trot Nixon -------------------- Friday's Football Scores - The Associated Press PREP FOOTBALL PREP FOOTBALL Albemarle 68, South Davidson 0 Apex 21, Middle Creek 7 Arden Christ School 31, Concord First Assembly 14 Ashe County 28, Alleghany County 21 Asheboro 48, Providence Grove 0 Asheville Erwin 69, Asheville Reynolds 28 Asheville Roberson 49, McDowell County 28 Belmont South Point 56, East Gaston 7 Black Mountain Owen 36, Avery County 27 Boonville Starmount 35, Elkin 21 Bunn 19, Northampton-East 7 Burnsville Mountain Heritage 36, Hendersonville 21 Camden County 47, Mattamuskeet 0 Cameron Union Pines 13, Fayetteville Westover 6 Canton Pisgah 42, East Henderson 14 Cary Christian 39, Word of God Christian Academy 18 Central Cabarrus 63, Hickory Ridge 26 Central Davidson 33, Southwestern Randolph 0 Chapel Hill 38, Oxford Webb 31 Charlotte Catholic 35, Charlotte Berry Tech 17 Charlotte Christian 32, Liberty Christian, Va. 31 Charlotte Country Day 51, Raleigh Ravenscroft 7 Charlotte Independence 69, East Mecklenburg 0 Charlotte Olympic 21, Charlotte Providence 7 Charlotte Providence Day 42, New Covenant, Va. 0 Charlotte Vance 47, Concord Robinson 7 China Grove Carson 10, Mt. Pleasant 3 Clayton 49, Harnett Central 7 Cleveland 63, Durham Riverside 49 Clinton 42, Pender 0 Concord 55, East Rowan 28 Currituck County 36, Pasquotank County 15 Davidson Day 45, Marvin Ridge 0 Dunn Midway 16, East Bladen 13 Durham Hillside 40, Nash Central 0 East Carteret 30, Croatan 28 East Davidson 44, Trinity 13 East Duplin 36, South Lenoir 16 East Lincoln 55, Catawba Bandys 26 East Montgomery 27, Chatham Central 0 East Surry 37, South Stokes 28 East Wake 54, Garner 40 Eastern Alamance 49, Burlington Williams 7 Eastern Guilford 20, Mayodan McMichael 12 Eastern Randolph 21, Kernersville McGuinness 0 Eden Morehead 35, Rockingham County 21 Edenton Holmes 43, Hertford County 21 Elizabeth City Northeastern 41, Kill Devil Hills First Flight 19 Enka 35, North Buncombe 14 Farmville Central 59, South Creek 12 Fayetteville Britt 34, Fayetteville Seventy-First 26 Fayetteville Byrd 58, Southern Lee 12 Fayetteville Pine Forest 27, Fayetteville Smith 21 Forest City Chase 13, Valdese Draughn 7 Franklin 33, Brevard 14 Franklinton 37, Granville Central 22 Gastonia Ashbrook 33, Cuthbertson 0 Gastonia Forestview 63, Lake Norman Charter 7 Greensboro Dudley 46, Northern Durham 7 Greensboro Page 34, High Point Central 33 Greenville Conley 33, Greenville Rose 20 Harrells Christian 75, Cannon School 7 Havelock 28, Richlands 16 Hayesville 46, Cherokee 6 Hickory 47, Patton 10 High Point Andrews 55, North Surry 3 Holly Springs 27, Fuquay-Varina 21 Hope Mills South View 34, Spring Lake Overhills 19 Hough High School 42, Huntersville Hopewell 13 Jacksonville 28, Swansboro 14 Jacksonville Northside 24, Goldsboro 0 Jamestown Ragsdale 28, East Chapel Hill 7 Kannapolis Brown 30, North Mecklenburg 14 Knightdale 24, West Johnston 10 Lake Norman 52, Alexander Central 15 Lakewood (Salemburg) 52, Seven Springs Spring Creek 13 Lawndale Burns 55, East Burke 7 Lee County 36, Gray's Creek 9 Lejeune 39, North Duplin 22 Lenoir Hibriten 48, South Caldwell 26 Lincolnton 21, West Lincoln 13 Louisburg 36, Southern Vance 20 Maiden 38, Claremont Bunker Hill 17 Mallard Creek 59, West Charlotte 0 Manteo 48, Bertie County 14 Matthews Butler 68, Charlotte Garinger 0 Metrolina Christian Academy 61, Village Christian 0 Monroe 32, Monroe Sun Valley 3 Monroe Parkwood 53, Cherryville 3 Monroe Piedmont 17, Monroe Central 7 Morganton Freedom 65, Newton Foard 14 Morrisville Green Hope 20, Cary 16 Murphy 49, Rosman 22 New Bern 72, Pikeville Aycock 7 Newton-Conover 47, West Caldwell 7 North Edgecombe 46, KIPP Pride 24 North Forsyth 9, Southern Guilford 7 North Gaston 28, Gastonia Huss 20 North Henderson 34, West Henderson 7 North Iredell 54, West Iredell 28 North Lenoir 18, North Johnston 16 North Pitt 38, Greene Central 19 North Rowan 34, Marshville Forest Hills 7 North Stanly 61, North Moore 7 Northern Guilford 30, Western Alamance 7 Northern Nash 24, Smithfield-Selma 7 Northwest Cabarrus 35, Cox Mill 14 Northwest Guilford 39, Greensboro Grimsley 7 Orange County 41, Pittsboro Northwood 21 Pamlico County 45, Dixon 6 Panther Creek 28, Raleigh Athens Drive 7 Pembroke Swett 27, North Brunswick 6 Person 51, Yanceyville Yancey 28 Pfafftown Reagan 45, Davie County 37 Plymouth 56, Columbia 0 Polk County 21, Madison County 7 Raleigh Cardinal Gibbons 56, Hillsborough Cedar Ridge 28 Raleigh Millbrook 56, Raleigh Enloe 13 Raleigh Wake Christian 56, Kestrel Heights 0 Raleigh Wakefield 34, Raleigh Sanderson 27 Randleman 10, Thomasville 7 Reidsville 32, Northeast Guilford 7 Richmond County 56, Anson County 27 Roanoke Rapids 69, Northwest Halifax 0 Rocky Mount 24, Erwin Triton 21 Rocky Mount Academy 52, Lawrence Academy 0 Rocky River 37, Charlotte Myers Park 14 Rosewood 27, Hobbton 8 Shelby 49, Kings Mountain 0 Shelby Crest 33, R-S Central 17 South Columbus 51, West Columbus 14 South Granville 56, Burlington Cummings 27 South Iredell 48, North Lincoln 0 South Mecklenburg 48, Charlotte Harding 7 South Robeson 34, Red Springs 22 Southampton Academy, Va. 80, Hobgood Academy 60 Southeast Guilford 43, Southwest Guilford 13 Southern Alamance 14, Graham 7 Southern Durham 62, Northern Vance 6 Southern Nash 28, Ayden-Grifton 13 Southern Pines Pinecrest 55, Durham Jordan 7 Southwest Onslow 33, Jones 0 St. David's 55, Halifax Academy 33 Statesville 40, Mooresville 39 Surry Central 43, North Stokes 6 Swain County 27, Robbinsville 21 Thomas Jefferson 35, Rabun Gap-Nachoochee, Ga. 13 Thomasville Ledford 28, Western Guilford 21 Union Academy 35, South Stanly 0 Wake Forest Heritage 30, Raleigh Leesville Road 7 Wake Forest-Rolesville 49, Raleigh Broughton 10 Walkertown 21, Community School 15 Wallace-Rose Hill 70, Rocky Point Trask 0 Warren County 36, Weldon 6 Warsaw Kenan 35, Princeton 22 Washington 47, Riverside Martin 6 Watauga County 42, Hickory St. Stephens 21 Waynesville Tuscola 38, Sylva Smoky Mountain 12 West Bladen 41, Union 34 West Craven 43, West Carteret 17 West Davidson 19, Wheatmore 6 West Forsyth 52, Winston-Salem Parkland 6 West Mecklenburg 33, Charlotte Ardrey Kell 0 West Rowan 65, South Rowan 7 West Stokes 40, Mt. Airy 14 Western Harnett 26, Siler City Jordan-Matthews 14 Whiteville 55, East Columbus 0 Wilkes Central 26, West Wilkes 25 Wilmington Ashley 41, South Brunswick 0 Wilmington Hoggard 33, Topsail 0 Wilmington Laney 34, West Brunswick 20 Wilmington New Hanover 26, Lumberton 14 Wilson Beddingfield 15, Wilson Hunt 13 Wilson Fike 35, South Johnston 21 Winston-Salem Carver 54, Lexington 21 Winston-Salem Mt. Tabor 28, North Davidson 25 POSTPONEMENTS AND CANCELLATIONS St. Pauls vs. Fairmont, ppd. to Sep 28. (Copyright 2013 The Associated Press. All rights reserved. This material may not be published, broadcast, rewritten or redistributed.) ----------------------- WILMINGTON, NC (UNCW) -– Tennessee combined to win 25 events and set three Seahawk Natatorium records as the Volunteers swept UNCW in the men and women’s swimming and diving openers on Friday. Setting pool records for the Vols were the women’s 200 Medley Relay (1:43.42), senior Lindsay Gendon in the 200 Freestyle (1:50.78) and sophomore Mauricio Robels in the men’s 3-meter dive with 387.37 points. For Gendron, it was her second pool record at UNCW after also setting the 100 Free record last season. SWIMMING: Christine Souther led UNCW with a pair of wins, taking top honors in the 100 Breaststroke (1:06.22) and later the 200 IM with a time of 2:10.97. Adding win a win for the Seahawk women was junior Hannah Stephenson with a time of 57.55 in the 100 Backstroke. Drew Gaertner joined Valtteri Halonen and Alex Rayle as event winners for the Seahawk men. Gaertner and Gabe Thran finished 1-2 in the 50 Free with times of 22.00 and 22.06 seconds, respectively. Halonen, meanwhile, won the 200 Back (1:54.75) and freshman Alex Rayle captured the 200 Breast with a time of 2:13.25. RELAYS: Tennessee won three of the four relays on the meet with the women’s 200 Medley Relay highlighting the afternoon with a pool record. In the final event of the meet, UT’s 400 Free Relay edged the Seahawks, 3:07.96 to 3:08.60. DIVING: UT’s Mauricio Robles won both men’s boards while reigning women’s national Diver-of-the-Year Victoria Lamp won the 1-meter. For UNCW, freshman Nate Lane finished second in the men’s 3-meter and junior Chase Seymour was third in the 1-meter. NEXT: The Seahawks visit Richmond on Oct. 12 for a tri-meet with former CAA rival Old Dominion. -------------------- HEMPSTEAD, NY (UNCW) - –Juniors Emily Burke and Kelsie Wilis combined for 37 kills to lead Hofstra to a 3-1 (25-20, 25-21, 20-25, 25-19) victory over UNCW in Colonial Athletic Association volleyball action Friday at the Mack Physical Education Center. The Pride, opening its defense of its 2012 CAA Championship, improved to 10-5 overall and 1-0 league play while the Seahawks moved to 11-4 and 0-1. UNCW returns to action Saturday with a 7 p.m. contest at Northeastern while Hofstra is back on the court Sunday in a 1 p.m. matchup with the College of Charleston. “A lot of balls just didn't fall our way tonight, but we were slow to find our offensive rhythm and we did not do a good job defending their outside hitters,” said UNCW Head Coach Amy Bambenek.” Nicole (Lott) and Christi (Laite) played good matches offensively but we are going to need multiple hitters creating kills to win games in conference. Wilis recorded 19 kills and Burke added 18 to power a Pride attack that finished with a season-high .336 hitting percentage. Wilis also led all players with 16 digs to finish with a double-double. Sophomore Kaitlyn Krause dished out 27 assists and freshman Hannah Klemm added 22. Two-time reigning CAA Rookie-of-the-Week Nicole Lott tallied 16 kills to lead three UNCW players in double figures as senior Christi Laite and junior Morgan Kline chipped in 10 spikes apiece. Freshman Alyssa Desjardins dished out 24 assists while senior Haley Collins added 18. Sophomore Lindsay Hartmann finished with a team-best 11 digs. With the score tied at 14-all in a tight first set that featured 12 ties and four lead changes, a UNCW attack error sparked the Pride to a 9-2 run and a 23-16 advantage. The Seahawks would respond with four of the next five points to pull within four, 24-20, but a spike by Wilis gave the Pride a 25-20 victory and a 1-0 lead. In the second set, UNCW raced out to a quick 6-1 lead and held a 17-13 edge midway through the frame before the Pride rallied for 12 of the final 16 points of the set for a 25-21 decision and a 2-0 edge. The Seahawks extended the match with a 25-20 victory in the third set, using a 13-4 run to erase a 12-10 deficit and build a 23-16 cushion on their way to the five-point triumph. Tied 12-all in the fourth set, Hofstra scored nine of the next 14 points to take a 23-17 lead. A kill by Lott and an attack error by the Pride pulled UNCW within two, 21-19, but Hofstra tallied the next four points to record a 25-19 victory and take the match. ------------------- HEMPSTEAD, NY (UNCW) -– Hofstra scored twice in a 2:57 span midway through the first half to defeat UNCW, 2-1, in Colonial Athletic Association women’s soccer action Friday at the Hofstra Soccer Stadium. In a rematch of the title game of the 2012 CAA Women’s Soccer Championship, the Pride improved to 7-3-0 overall and 1-0-0 in league play as it extended its winning streak to seven games. The Seahawks slipped to 5-6-0 and 0-1-0 as they saw their four-game winning streak come to an end. “This was a classic CAA game,” said UNCW Head Coach Paul Cairney. “Both teams fought hard and created chances. The difference in the first half was that they buried their chances. I am proud of our fighting spirit. Hofstra is the reigning CAA champions and they are well coached. They are tough to beat at home. We gave them a game and we can build on that. We will dust ourselves off and get ready to play a very good northeastern squad on Sunday.” Sophomore Jeannie Molleda gave Hofsta a 1-0 lead at the 23:06 mark as she put a loose ball into the left-hand corner of the net for her fourth goal of the season. Junior Sam Scolarici doubled the Pride advantage to 2-0 just under three minutes after Molleda’s strike when she converted a breakaway opportunity for her team-leading 10th goal of the season. Junior Lulu Echeverry was credited with an assist on the play. Junior Stephanie Bronson pulled the Seahawks within one in the 85th minute, notching her fifth goal of the season when she headed home a free kick by sophomore Katrina Guillou to make it a 2-1 contest. UNCW was unable to record the equalizer, as the Seahawks would be held without another shot for the remainder of the contest. Senior Emily Morphitis started in goal for the Pride and made five stops to pick up the victory. Freshman Lissa Rahkola got the start in goal for the Seahawks and finished with three saves. Both teams were credited with 12 shots during the game, with the Seahawks holding a 10-4 margin in the first half and the Pride enjoying an 8-2 edge during the final 45 minutes. Hofstra attempted all five corner kicks awarded in the contest. Both teams return to action Sunday with Noon league contests. The Seahawks travel to Northeastern while the Pride hosts the College of Charleston. ---------------------

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