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WWAY's Friday night sports - October 11


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WILMINGTON, NC (WWAY) - Scores from our region are listed below. In many 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. Scores from around the state are listed below the regional games.



Friday's Football Scores - The Associated Press


Andrews 26, Rosman 21

Ashe County 35, West Wilkes 14

Asheboro 21, Thomasville Ledford 14

Asheville 55, Enka 14

Asheville Erwin 55, McDowell County 20

Asheville Roberson 18, North Buncombe 7

Ayden-Grifton 28, Greene Central 27

Belmont South Point 48, Gastonia Ashbrook 14

Bessemer City 38, Community School 30

Black Mountain Owen 43, Burnsville Mountain Heritage 35

Boonville Starmount 42, Wilkes Central 7

Brevard 50, East Henderson 21

Bunn 41, Southern Vance 6

Burlington Williams 19, Eastern Guilford 6

Camden County 41, Gates County 25

Canton Pisgah 56, West Henderson 14

Cape Fear 14, Fayetteville Seventy-First 13

Carrboro 20, Yanceyville Yancey 14

Central Cabarrus 28, West Rowan 16

Chapel Hill 28, Northern Vance 24

Charlotte Catholic 55, Charlotte Olympic 14

Charlotte Christian 56, Carolina Pride 12

Charlotte Harding 38, Charlotte Ardrey Kell 29

Charlotte Latin 42, Charlotte Providence Day 21

Charlotte Providence 24, Charlotte Berry Tech 14

Charlotte Vance 42, West Charlotte 6

Charlotte Victory Christian 50, Metrolina Christian Academy 21

China Grove Carson 48, South Rowan 6

Cleveland 42, Smithfield-Selma 0

Clinton 21, Dunn Midway 18

Concord 28, Cox Mill 14

Corinth Holders 37, Western Harnett 7

Cuthbertson 20, Marvin Ridge 12

Davidson Day 42, Charlotte Country Day 35

Dixon 62, Croatan 57

Durham Hillside 43, Durham Jordan 0

Durham Riverside 42, East Chapel Hill 10

East Bend Forbush 10, South Stokes 0

East Bladen 48, Pender 6

East Davidson 33, Salisbury 32

East Lincoln 14, Claremont Bunker Hill 10

East Surry 28, Walkertown 21

Eastern Randolph 48, Trinity 14

Edenton Holmes 28, Elizabeth City Northeastern 14

Elkin 42, East Wilkes 28

Erwin Triton 63, South Johnston 21

Fairmont 54, East Columbus 14

Fayetteville Britt 55, Fayetteville Smith 44

Fayetteville Byrd 29, Fayetteville Sanford 28

Fayetteville Christian 20, Village Christian 7

Fayetteville Pine Forest 13, Hope Mills South View 10, 2OT

Franklin 48, Sylva Smoky Mountain 24

Fuquay-Varina 14, Morrisville Green Hope 12

Garner 35, Clayton 28

Gastonia Forestview 48, North Gaston 15

Gastonia Highland Tech 7, Pine Lake Prep 6

Gastonia Huss 41, East Gaston 7

Goldsboro 48, South Lenoir 7

Graham 13, Burlington Cummings 7

Granville Central 16, Weldon 8

Gray's Creek 44, Fayetteville Westover 22

Greensboro Dudley 40, Greensboro Smith 0

Greensboro Grimsley 55, Southern Alamance 40

Greenville Conley 55, Southern Wayne 7

Greenville Rose 34, Pikeville Aycock 14

Harrells Christian 72, North Raleigh Christian 35

Havelock 57, Swansboro 0

Hendersonville 51, Avery County 34

Hertford County 48, Pasquotank County 0

Hickory Grove Christian 61, Asheville 20

High Point Andrews 47, Providence Grove 6

High Point Central 32, East Forsyth 14

Hobgood Academy 62, Halifax Academy 16

Holly Springs 48, Cary 14

Huntersville Hopewell 47, North Mecklenburg 34

Indian Trail Porter Ridge 52, Charlotte Garinger 6

Jacksonville 35, West Carteret 14

Jacksonville Northside 26, East Duplin 21

Jones 27, Lejeune 6

Kannapolis Brown 61, Concord Robinson 6

Kernersville Glenn 35, Southwest Guilford 24

Kill Devil Hills First Flight 59, Bertie County 40

Kinston 21, North Lenoir 6

Knightdale 40, Harnett Central 7

Lake Norman 42, South Iredell 41

Lakewood (Salemburg) 14, Rosewood 7

Lee County 56, Cameron Union Pines 13

Lenoir Hibriten 49, Newton Foard 7

Lincolnton 30, Catawba Bandys 29

Madison County 21, West Greene, Tenn. 6

Maiden 46, West Caldwell 26

Mallard Creek 38, Hough High School 21

Marshville Forest Hills 21, Mt. Pleasant 16

Matthews Butler 42, Charlotte Myers Park 14

Middle Creek 23, Panther Creek 21

Monroe 46, Monroe Central 7

Monroe Parkwood 41, West Stanly 0

Monroe Sun Valley 28, Monroe Piedmont 14

Mooresville 28, Alexander Central 23

Mt. Airy 42, Kernersville McGuinness 7

Murphy 53, Robbinsville 23

New Bern 56, South Central Pitt 0

North Davidson 56, Winston-Salem Parkland 0

North Edgecombe 42, Rocky Mount Prep 6

North Forsyth 37, Western Guilford 0

North Lincoln 26, North Iredell 20, OT

North Rowan 33, Lexington 13

North Stanly 26, East Montgomery 24

North Surry 24, West Stokes 21

North Wilkes 48, Alleghany County 7

Northeast Guilford 42, Eden Morehead 21

Northern Durham 21, Person 14

Northern Guilford 35, Rockingham County 0

Northwest Cabarrus 42, East Rowan 14

Northwest Guilford 42, Jamestown Ragsdale 15

Orange County 59, Hillsborough Cedar Ridge 7

Pamlico County 47, East Carteret 7

Patton 28, Hickory St. Stephens 0

Pfafftown Reagan 27, Winston-Salem Mt. Tabor 26

Pittsboro Northwood 33, Oxford Webb 21

Plymouth 42, Creswell 6

Polk County 62, Mitchell County 7

Princeton 50, Hobbton 0

R-S Central 14, Forest City Chase 7

Raleigh Athens Drive 27, Apex 23

Raleigh Leesville Road 28, Raleigh Sanderson 17

Raleigh Millbrook 34, Raleigh Broughton 13

Raleigh Ravenscroft 50, Raleigh Wake Christian 22

Raleigh Wakefield 32, Wake Forest 26

Randleman 47, Wheatmore 0

Reidsville 34, Siler City Jordan-Matthews 7

Richmond County 35, Hoke County 23

Riverside Martin 50, Northampton-East 31

Rocky Mount 10, Nash Central 3

Rocky Mount Academy 64, Arendell-Parrott Academy 0

Scotland 48, Pembroke Swett 6

Shelby 48, East Rutherford 10

Shelby Crest 43, Kings Mountain 7

South Caldwell 37, Hickory 35

South Columbus 51, South Robeson 16

South Granville 67, Franklinton 57

South Stanly 65, South Davidson 0

Southampton Academy, Va. 58, Lasker Northeast 6

Southeast Guilford 28, Greensboro Page 21

Southeast Raleigh 31, East Wake 21

Southern Durham 45, Raleigh Cardinal Gibbons 28

Southern Guilford 28, Central Davidson 21

Southern Pines Pinecrest 52, Lumberton 28

SouthWest Edgecombe 36, North Pitt 22

Southwest Onslow 41, North Brunswick 20

St. David's 24, Word of God Christian Academy 16

St. Pauls 52, West Columbus 6

Statesville 55, West Iredell 28

Swain County 28, Hayesville 21

Tarboro 51, South Creek 8

Thomas Jefferson 20, Cherryville 14

Thomasville 33, West Davidson 6

Union Academy 55, North Moore 6

Valdese Draughn 28, East Burke 21

Wake Forest Heritage 39, Raleigh Enloe 12

Wallace-Rose Hill 57, Union 0

Warren County 54, Roanoke Rapids 26

Warsaw Kenan 59, North Duplin 14

Washington 20, Farmville Central 6

Watauga County 41, Morganton Freedom 34, OT

Waynesville Tuscola 41, North Henderson 14

Weddington 41, Anson County 0

West Bladen 57, Rocky Point Trask 26

West Brunswick 29, South Brunswick 18

West Craven 38, Jacksonville White Oak 23

West Forsyth 39, Winston-Salem Reynolds 0

West Lincoln 48, Newton-Conover 19

West Mecklenburg 35, South Mecklenburg 10

West Montgomery 55, Albemarle 14

Western Alamance 10, Eastern Alamance 7

Whiteville 67, Red Springs 7

Wilmington Laney 41, Topsail 7

Wilmington New Hanover 51, Wilmington Ashley 7

Wilson Beddingfield 47, North Johnston 8

Wilson Fike 33, Southern Nash 27

Wilson Hunt 14, Northern Nash 7

Winston-Salem Atkins 33, North Stokes 19

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


ST. LOUIS (AP) - Carlos Beltran capped his latest scintillating postseason performance with an RBI single in the 13th inning early Saturday that lifted the St. Louis Cardinals over the Los Angeles Dodgers 3-2 in the NL championship series opener.

Beltran hit a two-run double early, then threw out a runner at the plate from right field in the 10th to keep the score tied.

In the 13th, he singled into the right-field corner with one out against Kenley Jansen.

It was the longest postseason game for the Dodgers since the 1916 World Series.

Game 2 is Saturday afternoon.

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


WILMINGTON, NC (UNCW) -– Senior Darcy Horton recorded a match-high 16 kills to lead four players in double figures as College of Charleston defeated UNCW, 3-1 (23-25, 25-14, 25-21, 25-21) in Colonial Athletic Association volleyball action Friday at Hanover Hall.

The Cougars improved to 15-4 on the season and 5-0 in league play as they remained the league’s only undefeated team in CAA play. The Seahawks slipped to 12-7 and 1-4 as they suffered their first loss in five matches at Hanover Hall this season.

Horton paced a potent Cougars attack that hit .309 for the match, recording 64 kills and just 22 errors in 139 total attempts. Junior Sloane White pitched in 12 kills, sophomore Melissa Morello tallied 11 and junior Cara Howley notched 10 to join Horton in double figures. Senior Taeler Davis posted 26 assists and added 10 digs while junior Kallie McKown notched 22 assists and added 11 digs as both players finished with double-doubles.

Junior Morgan Kline tallied 15 kills and senior Christi Laite added 10 for UNCW. Freshman Alyssa Desjardins dished out 22 assists and senior Haley Collins added 20. Sophomore Lindsay Hartmann, the reigning CAA Defensive Player-of-the-Week, led all players with 16 digs.

Trailing 21-19 late in the first set, UNCW scored six of the final eight points of the frame, highlighted by three spikes from freshman Nicole Lott, to rally for a 25-23 victory.

College of Charleston cruised to a 25-14 triumph in game two, tallying 13 of the first 15 points of the frame on its way to build a comfortable cushion that would get no smaller than six the rest of the way.

The Cougars jumped out to a 7-2 lead early in the third set, but the Seahawks responded with a 6-1 spurt to tie the frame at 8-all. The two sides would then trade points until a kill by Slone sparked College of Charleston to score six of the next nine points and take a 21-17 lead. UNCW stalled the Cougars rally by notching three straight points to pull within one, 21-20, but College of Charleston responded with four kills over the last five points of the set to take a 25-21 victory and a 2-1 lead.

In a tight fourth set that featured a total of 10 ties and four lead changes, UNCW trailed 17-14 when a service error led to the Seahawks to tally four of the next five points and tie the match at 18-all. The Cougars would pull away, however, using a kill from Dorton to break the tie and ignite a 7-3 run that gave College of Charleston a 25-21 decision and the match.

Both teams return to action Oct. 18. UNCW hosts James Madison while College of Charleston entertains William & Mary. Start time for both matches is set for 7 p.m.


JOHNSON CITY, TN (UNCW) -– Senior Stefan Brewer carded a season-low two-under-par-70 in the first round to pace UNCW, who is tied with 26th-ranked Memphis, at the Bank of Tennessee Intercollegiate on Friday at the Blackthorn Club.

East Tennessee State leads the nationally-ranked dominated field by seven strokes over 13th-ranked Virginia Tech. The field features six teams ranked in Golfstat’s top-50.

ETSU’s Rhys Pugh, six-under-par-66, holds a one-stroke lead over a trio of golfers including Thomas Birdsey (Wake Forest), Bryace Howell (Furman) and fourth-ranked Scott Vincent (Virginia Tech).

Brewer, who is tied for ninth, played steady golf, recording three birdies and one bogey on the afternoon.
Joining Brewer in the top-20 is freshman Trey Guy, who is tied for 15th at one-under-par.

The tournament continues on Saturday with 18 more holes.

UNCW Results: T9. Stefan Brewer (70); T15 Trey Guy (71); T29. Preston Harrington (73); T41. Payne McLeod (74); T74. Ryan Nagy (82).

Birdies For Kaitlyn: 11 (Trey Guy 5)

Team Standings: 1. East Tennessee (277); 2. Virginia Tech (284); T3. Kent State (285); T3. Coastal Carolina (285); T5. Memphis (288); T5. UNCW (288); T7. Tennessee (290); T7. Wake Forest (290); 9. Furman (292); T10. Missouri (295); T10. Virginia (296); 12. Army (296); 13. Penn State (305); 14. Villanova (327)

Individual Standings: 1. Rhys Pugh (ETSU) 66; T2. Thomas Birdsey (Wake) 67; T2. Scott Vincent (VT) 67; 5. Ryan Troyer* (KSU) 68; T6. Adrian Meronk (ETSU) 69; T6. Lars van Meijel (Mem) 69; T6. Olle Widegren (Coastal) 69; six tied for ninth at 70


WINSTON-SALEM, NC (UNCW) -– Three players reached the semifinals of their respective brackets as the UNCW men’s tennis team opened action Friday at the Wake Forest Fall Tennis Invitational.

The Seahawks went 8-4 overall in singles and split a pair of doubles matches as 17 teams convened for the bracketed event at the Wake Forest Tennis Complex.

Senior Rafael Aita, sophomore Santtu Leskinen and senior Matt Kealy each advanced to the semifinals in singles action for the Seahawks.

Aita, the 2013 CAA Player-of-the-Year, raced past Iowa’s Jonas Dierckx, 6-2, 6-4, in his first match of the day in A2 Singles and the top-seeded player from Lima, Peru, stymied Penn State’s Alex Fennell, 4-6, 6-3, 6-3, to reach the semis.

Leskinen, meanwhile, also won a pair of close matches in B2 Singles. The Helsinki product outlasted Wake Forest’s Nicky Kunz, 6-4, 4-6, 6-1, and then upset No. 1 seeded Luke Synn of Furman, 7-6 (3), 7-6 (10), in a thriller.

In D2 Singles, Kealy received a bye in his first match before coming from behind to beat Liberty’s Guillem Seconell, 3-6, 6-4, 6-4, to make the semifinals.

In other matches, junior Sam Williams went 1-1 in A1 Singles, losing to Duke’s Josh Levine, 6-2, 6-4, and defeating Furman’s Matt Browne, 6-2, 7-6 (2), and junior Zach Hublitz outlasted Penn State’s Michael Reilly, 3-6, 6-4, 6-3, before narrowly losing to Duke’s Cale Hammond, 2-6, 6-2, 7-6 (3).

Sophomore Christian Van der Burgh won his first match in C2 Singles over UNC Charlotte’s Francis Pare, 6-4, 6-1, but dropped a 7-5, 6-2 decision to South Carolina State’s Khalil Naji.

Play continues Saturday in both singles and doubles at the home of the Demon Deacons.


RICHMOND, VA (UNCW) -– Senior Michael Baric claimed both the 200 IM and 100 Backstroke to lead UNCW on the first day of a two-day dual meet with host Richmond and Old Dominion on Friday at the Collegiate School Aquatic Center.

The Seahawk men lead their former Colonial Athletic Association rival Old Dominion by a score of 125-78. UNCW’s women’s team, meanwhile, holds a 1120-92 lead on ODU but trails UR, 127-77.
Baric led an impressive effort by the AquaHawks as UNCW won eight swimming events and a diving event.
Baric clocked in with times of 1:55.58 in the 200 IM and later posted a winning time of 51.48 in the 100 Backstroke.

Contributing wins for the Seahawk men were junior Valtteri Halonen (100 Butterfly), the 400 Medley Relay of Halonen, sophomores Daniel Dozier and Zach Sowers and senior Gabe Thran. The 200 Free Relay of senior Joe Gallene, sophomore Ned Tyler, junior Drew Gaertner and Thran also added a win, taking the final event of the evening session.

In diving, freshman Allen Crosby won the 1-meter board with 268.30 points.

On the women’s side, senior Rachel Sears (50 Free), sophomore Christine Souther (100 Breaststroke) and junior Hannah Stephenson (100 Backstroke) were winners for the Seahawks.

The meet concludes on Saturday with an 11 a.m. start.


WILMINGTON, NC (UNCW) -– Nicole Costa’s goal early in the second half was the game’s lone score as UNCW blanked visiting College of Charleston, 1-0, in Colonial Athletic Association women’s soccer at the UNCW Soccer Stadium on Friday.

The Seahawks evened their record at 7-7 on the season and 2-2 in the league. The Cougars, meanwhile, dropped to 2-11 with their eighth consecutive loss and to 0-4 in the CAA.

UNCW extended its current undefeated streak at home to eight games, dating back to last season.

On Costa’s goal, her second of the season, sophomore Katrina Guillou gained possession of the ball on the right flank and sent a short cross into the penalty area.

Costa ran onto the cross in the middle of the penalty area and headed the ball inside

the right post at the 46:36 mark of the game.

The Seahawks built a 16-6 advantage in shots as freshman goalkeeper Carolyn Huddy needed just one save to record her first collegiate shutout.

UNCW improved to 7-2-1 all-time against the Cougars, but this was the first meeting between the two coastal rivals since 2007.

With the victory, the Seahawks move into a four-way tie for third, along with James Madison, Hofstra and Towson with six points.

The Seahawks are next at conference rival James Madison on Oct. 18 for a 7 p.m. start.

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