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WWAY's Friday night sports - October 18


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



(first win ever for Coastal Christian in soccer playoffs)


Friday's Football Scores - The Associated Press

Albemarle 55, North Moore 0

Alleghany County 21, Wilkes Central 14

Arden Christ School 31, High Point Christian Academy 18

Ashe County 39, East Wilkes 14

Asheville 28, McDowell County 7

Asheville Erwin 49, Asheville Roberson 14

Asheville Reynolds 59, Enka 10

Ayden-Grifton 37, South Lenoir 15

Belmont South Point 49, Gastonia Forestview 34

Bessemer City 67, Pine Lake Prep 8

Black Mountain Owen 44, Madison County 26

Brevard 68, West Henderson 35

Bunn 28, Roanoke Rapids 13

Burlington Cummings 37, Carrboro 20

Burlington Williams 26, Northeast Guilford 12

Camden County 47, Creswell 16

Canton Pisgah 27, Waynesville Tuscola 7

Cary 27, Apex 15

Cary Christian 46, Lasker Northeast 20

Central Cabarrus 62, South Rowan 0

Charlotte Berry Tech 49, Charlotte Harding 14

Charlotte Catholic 42, South Mecklenburg 6

Charlotte Christian 45, Charlotte Country Day 21

Charlotte Independence 69, Charlotte Garinger 0

Charlotte Latin 58, Cannon School 14

Charlotte Providence 31, Charlotte Ardrey Kell 13

Charlotte Providence Day 30, Rabun Gap-Nachoochee, Ga. 20

Cherryville 48, Gastonia Highland Tech 0

Chocowinity Southside 38, Jones 34

Cleveland 31, Erwin Triton 28

Clinton 37, Union 14

Columbia 38, Mattamuskeet 0

Community School 9, Thomas Jefferson 7

Concord 35, China Grove Carson 8

Currituck County 46, Bertie County 0

Davidson Day 61, Metrolina Christian Academy 21

Dillon Christian, S.C. 30, Village Christian 0

Durham Hillside 35, Durham Riverside 21

East Bend Forbush 27, West Stokes 20

East Bladen 42, Rocky Point Trask 6

East Forsyth 35, Kernersville Glenn 14

East Lincoln 48, Newton-Conover 7

East Montgomery 48, South Davidson 8

East Rutherford 10, Valdese Draughn 6

East Surry 14, Kernersville McGuinness 7

East Wake 30, West Johnston 24

Eastern Randolph 35, Providence Grove 6

Eden Morehead 34, Mayodan McMichael 15

Edenton Holmes 33, Kill Devil Hills First Flight 9

Elizabeth City Northeastern 43, Pasquotank County 6

Elkin 36, West Wilkes 21

Fairmont 40, Red Springs 0

Farmville Central 42, North Johnston 7

Fayetteville Byrd 47, Fayetteville Westover 0

Fayetteville Pine Forest 31, Cape Fear 3

Fayetteville Sanford 28, Gray's Creek 14

Fayetteville Seventy-First 38, Spring Lake Overhills 16

Forest City Chase 14, North Gaston 13

Franklin 44, North Henderson 8

Garner 62, Harnett Central 6

Gastonia Ashbrook 49, East Gaston 0

Gastonia Huss 55, Lake Norman Charter 10

Graham 30, Siler City Jordan-Matthews 15

Granville Central 48, Southeast Halifax 12

Greene Central 48, North Lenoir 8

Greensboro Dudley 44, Southern Alamance 20

Greensboro Grimsley 14, Greensboro Page 13

Greenville Conley 55, Pikeville Aycock 30

Greenville Rose 27, Eastern Wayne 12

Havelock 54, Jacksonville White Oak 0

Hendersonville 34, Mitchell County 24

Hickory 47, Hickory St. Stephens 0

Hickory Ridge 49, Northwest Cabarrus 21

High Point Andrews 41, Randleman 10

Hillsborough Cedar Ridge 24, Oxford Webb 17

Hobbton 58, Kestrel Heights 6

Hoke County 38, Lumberton 21

Hope Mills South View 25, Fayetteville Smith 21

Hough High School 14, Kannapolis Brown 0

Huntersville Hopewell 42, West Charlotte 20

Indian Trail Porter Ridge 43, Charlotte Myers Park 7

Jacksonville Northside 40, Dixon 13

Jamestown Ragsdale 28, Southwest Guilford 7

Kinston 20, Goldsboro 7

Knightdale 42, Southeast Raleigh 14

Lake Norman 61, West Iredell 19

Lawndale Burns 38, Shelby 34

Lejeune 28, East Carteret 27

Lenoir Hibriten 45, Watauga County 44

Lincolnton 35, Claremont Bunker Hill 23

Maiden 21, Catawba Bandys 19

Mallard Creek 41, Charlotte Vance 0

Manteo 54, Gates County 23

Marshville Forest Hills 56, Monroe Parkwood 25

Middle Creek 35, Holly Springs 14

Monroe 28, Mt. Pleasant 10

Monroe Piedmont 40, Anson County 26

Monroe Sun Valley 14, Marvin Ridge 10

Mooresville 43, North Lincoln 7

Morganton Freedom 30, South Caldwell 6

Mt. Airy 64, Winston-Salem Atkins 0

Murphy 59, Andrews 22

North Brunswick 42, Croatan 18

North Forsyth 43, Central Davidson 19

North Mecklenburg 30, Concord Robinson 14

North Rowan 53, West Davidson 12

North Wilkes 13, Boonville Starmount 10

Northampton-East 41, South Creek 25

Northern Durham 42, East Chapel Hill 6

Northern Guilford 41, Eastern Guilford 0

Northwest Guilford 28, High Point Central 25

Orange County 8, Chapel Hill 0

Pamlico County 20, Pinetown Northside 10

Panther Creek 34, Fuquay-Varina 16

Patton 31, Newton Foard 12

Person 29, Durham Jordan 19

Pfafftown Reagan 52, Winston-Salem Parkland 0

Plymouth 54, Perquimans 6

Polk County 35, Avery County 7

R-S Central 56, Kings Mountain 20

Raleigh Cardinal Gibbons 42, Northern Vance 7

Raleigh Leesville Road 57, Raleigh Enloe 27

Raleigh Millbrook 40, Raleigh Wakefield 19

Raleigh Ravenscroft 65, North Raleigh Christian 12

Raleigh Sanderson 42, Raleigh Broughton 16

Reidsville 55, Yanceyville Yancey 32

Richmond County 50, Pembroke Swett 0

Riverside Martin 56, North Edgecombe 14

Robbinsville 43, Rosman 37

Rocky River 28, Matthews Butler 21

Rosewood 40, North Duplin 33

Salisbury 25, Lexington 21

Scotland 75, Southern Pines Pinecrest 28

Shelby Crest 41, East Burke 7

South Central Pitt 28, Southern Wayne 6

South Columbus 72, East Columbus 18

South Iredell 39, North Iredell 14

South Johnston 31, Corinth Holders 28

South Stanly 30, Chatham Central 12

Southampton Academy, Va. 34, Rocky Mount Academy 8

Southeast Guilford 38, Greensboro Smith 7

Southern Durham 56, Pittsboro Northwood 54

Southern Guilford 17, Asheboro 14

Southern Lee 57, Cameron Union Pines 21

Southern Nash 15, Northern Nash 14

Southern Vance 22, South Granville 14

Southwest Onslow 23, East Duplin 6

St. David's 48, Lawrence Academy 6

St. Pauls 39, South Robeson 14

Statesville 24, Alexander Central 21

Surry Central 24, South Stokes 6

Swain County 48, Cherokee 6

Swansboro 27, West Carteret 14

Sylva Smoky Mountain 35, East Henderson 13

Tarboro 78, Rocky Mount Prep 14

Thomasville 28, East Davidson 0

Thomasville Ledford 24, Southwestern Randolph 7

Trinity 14, Wheatmore 12

Wake Forest 37, Wake Forest Heritage 7

Walkertown 35, North Stokes 13

Wallace-Rose Hill 35, Dunn Midway 17

Warsaw Kenan 36, Lakewood (Salemburg) 0

Weddington 28, Cuthbertson 9

Weldon 58, Northwest Halifax 16

West Bladen 61, Pender 0

West Brunswick 20, Topsail 14

West Craven 31, Richlands 14

West Forsyth 15, Davie County 10

West Lincoln 49, West Caldwell 19

West Mecklenburg 41, Charlotte Olympic 8

West Montgomery 44, North Stanly 19

West Rowan 34, East Rowan 17

West Stanly 14, Monroe Central 7

Western Alamance 35, Rockingham County 21

Western Harnett 47, Smithfield-Selma 14

Whiteville 41, West Columbus 0

Wilmington Hoggard 37, Wilmington Ashley 0

Wilmington New Hanover 34, Wilmington Laney 13

Wilson Beddingfield 27, North Pitt 22

Wilson Fike 33, Nash Central 15

Wilson Hunt 48, Rocky Mount 31

Winston-Salem Carver 21, North Surry 7

Winston-Salem Mt. Tabor 49, Winston-Salem Reynolds 7

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


ST. LOUIS (AP) - Carlos Beltran and the Cardinals stunned Clayton Kershaw with a four-run third inning, rookie Michael Wacha was again magnificent on the mound and St. Louis advanced to its second World Series in three seasons by roughing up the Los Angeles Dodgers 9-0 in Game 6 of the NL championship series Friday night.

Matt Carpenter sparked St. Louis' big inning with a one-out double on the 11th pitch of his at-bat. Beltran singled him home and the Cardinals quickly removed all the suspense surrounding a team that squandered a 3-1 series lead in the NLCS last fall against San Francisco.

Game 1 of the World Series is Wednesday at the winner of the ALCS between the Boston Red Sox and Detroit Tigers.

After losing Game 5 in Los Angeles, the Cardinals turned to Wacha once again. The right-hander was even better in outpitching Kershaw for the second time this series.

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


CARY, NC (UNCW) -- Senior Rafael Aita rallied for a three-set victory over Wake Forest's Nicky Kunz to move into the Singles Round of 16 at the ITA Carolina Men's Tennis Regional Friday at Cary Tennis Park.

Aita, the 2013 Colonial Athletic Association Player-of-the-Year, bounced back from a narrow loss in the first set to post a 4-6, 6-2, 6-2 decision over Kunz late Friday. In another Round of 32 matchup, Duke's Bruno Semenzato topped Seahawk sophomore Christiaan Van der Burgh, 6-4, 6-0.

Two of UNCW's three doubles teams advanced following first and second-round action Friday. In first-round doubles action, Zach Hublitz and Van der Burgh downed UNC's James Coxe and Ryan Hoskins, 8-5, and Santtu Leskinen and Kaue Pereira defeated Winthrop's Yuta Hirokawa and Steve Patrick by an identical score. Aita and Sam Williams were awarded a bye as the No. 2 seed.

Hublitz and Van der Burgh will join Aita and Williams in third-round play Saturday. Hutbliz and Van der Burgh topped Winthrop's Juan Pablo Boada and Corey Decandia, 8-3, while Aita and Williams, playing their first match in the draw, thumped Elon's Jordan Kaufman and Robert Lindgren, 8-2.

Action in singles and doubles continues early Saturday in the bracketed event in the Triangle.


WILMINGTON, NC (UNCW) -– Despite taking the lead on a goal by sophomore Katrina Guillou in the third minute, UNCW suffered a 2-1 setback at James Madison in Colonial Athletic Association women’s soccer action Friday at University Park.

The Dukes picked up their ninth win in 10 games as they improved to 12-4 overall and 4-1 in CAA play. The Seahawk, meanwhile, slipped to 7-8 and 2-3 as they suffered their sixth one-goal loss of the season.

“JMU put us under tremendous pressure in the first half and we felt fortunate to only be down one goal at the break,” said UNCW Head Coach Paul Cairney. “The second half was a much better effort by our team. We have a lot to be pleased with and were quite unlucky not to tie it up in final 15 minutes. We will bounce back and get ready for William and Mary on Sunday.”

Guillou gave the Seahawks the early 1-0 advantage at the 2:50 mark, using a ball played by fellow sophomore Morgan Leyble to get behind the Dukes defense and beat sophomore keeper Ellen Forest in a 1-v-1 opportunity for her team-leading seventh goal of the season.

Junior Katie Hyland drew JMU level at 1-all less than 10 minutes after Guillou’s tally, taking a feed from freshman Allie Bunner and converting her own 1-v-1 opportunity in the 13th minute for her sixth goal of the campaign.

Senior Lauren Wilson tallied the eventual game-winning goal at the 26:46 mark, putting home a feed from freshman Ashley Herndon for her third goal of the campaign. Junior Sam Lofton was also credited with an assist on the play.

James Madison held a 22-9 shot advantage in the contest, highlighted by a 12-4 margin in the first half. Both teams were awarded seven corner kicks during the match.

Forrest was credited with one save in goal for the Dukes as she picked up her 12th victory of the season. Freshman Carolyn Huddy got the start in goal for the Seahawks and finished with a season-high nine saves.

Both teams return to action Sunday. UNCW travels to William & Mary for a 2 p.m. contest while James Madison hosts College of Charleston in a 1 p.m. start.


WILMINGTON, NC (UNCW) -– Senior Christi Laite recorded a team-high 12 kills to lead UNCW to a 3-0 (26-24, 25-20, 25-16) sweep of James Madison in Colonial Athletic Association volleyball action Friday at Hanover Hall.

The Seahawks improved to 13-7 overall and 2-4 in CAA play as they claimed the season series from the Dukes, who moved to 8-11 and 3-3 with the setback.

Laite committed just three attack errors in 21 attempts for a .429 hitting percentage to lead a balanced UNCW attack that saw nine players record at least one kill in the match. Sophomore Victoria Phillips tallied 17 assists while freshman Alyssa Desjardins notched 12 assists and added 14 digs for her fourth double-double of the season. Senior Haley Collins chipped in 13 digs and tallied a team-high four service aces as the Seahawks recorded 11 service aces during the contest. Sophomore Meredith Peacock paced the Seahawks’ blocked efforts, finishing with eight total blocks (one solo).

Reigning CAA Rookie-of-the-Week Janey Goodman tallied a match-best 13 kills and fellow freshman Kate Whitmore chipped in 10 for JMU, who was limited to a .107 hitting percentage for the match. Redshirt junior Kristi Richardson tallied 16 assists and sophomore Sarah Patterson added 15. Sophomore MacKenzie Kleespies paced all players with 19 digs while sophomore Megan Niski added 14.

UNCW rallied to take the first set, 26-24, scoring the final three points of the frame to take the set moments after JMU finished an 11-3 run that allowed the Dukes to overcome a 20-13 deficit and force set point.

The Seahawks once again raced out to an early lead in the second set, jumping out to a 14-4 edge, only to again see JMU battle back with a 6-2 spurt to pull within three, 22-19. UNCW kept the Dukes from drawing any closer, scoring three of the final four points of the frame to take a 25-20 decision and a 2-0 lead.

The third set once again saw the Seahawks benefit from a quick start, this time building a 12-4 cushion before JMU battled back with eight of the next 10 points to make it a 14-12 contest. UNCW would pull away from there, using a kill by Laite to spark an 11-4 run that would give the Seahawks a 25-16 triumph and the sweep.

Both teams return to action Sunday. UNCW hosts William & Mary while JMU travels to the College of Charleston. Start time for both matches is set for 1 p.m.

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