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WWAY's Full Court Press - Jan. 3

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WILMINGTON, NC (WWAY) - Basketball scores from our region are listed below. In most cases we have video of these games on WWAY's Full Court Press. Click the play video icon to see WWAY's Full Court Press with John Rendleman & Chasity Melvin.

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HIGH SCHOOL GIRLS BASKETBALL

HOGGARD 41 - NORTH BRUNSWICK 37
WEST BLADEN 45 - TRASK 22
COURTNEY THOMPSON HAD 31 POINTS & 23 REBOUNDS
EAST BLADEN 61 - PENDER 24
LACEY SUGGS LED THE EAGLES WITH 23 POINTS
RED SPRINGS 39 - WHITEVILLE 36
WEST BRUNSWICK 61 - CAPE FEAR ACADEMY 43
COASTAL CHRISTIAN 35 - SOUTH BRUNSWICK 31
HARRELLS CHRISTIAN 42 - TOPSAIL 22

HIGH SCHOOL BOYS BASKETBALL

RED SPRINGS 49 - WHITEVILLE 47
WALLACE-ROSE HILL 66 - UNION 35
PENDER 54 - EAST BLADEN 50
NORTH BRUNSWICK 56 - HOGGARD 54
TERRANCE BROWN LED THE SCORPIONS WITH 15 POINTS
TRASK 61 - WEST BLADEN 55
WEST BRUNSWICK 53 - CAPE FEAR ACADEMY 38
COASTAL CHRISTIAN 53 - SOUTH BRUNSWICK 46
HARRELLS CHRISTIAN 48 - TOPSAIL 36
ZACH CARLTON LED CRUSADERS WITH 18 POINTS

Saturday, Jan 4 (all games at Cape Fear Academy)
10:00am Girls South Brunswick HS Harrells Christian Academy
11:30am Boys South Brunswick HS Harrells Christian Academy
1:00pm Girls West Brunswick HS Coastal Christian HS
2:30pm Boys West Brunswick HS Coastal Christian HS
4:00pm Girls Topsail HS Cape Fear Academy
5:30pm Boys Topsail HS Cape Fear Academy

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CONWAY, SC (AP) - Elijah Wilson scored 19 points as Coastal Carolina beat Central Connecticut State 86-67 on Friday night.

Coastal Carolina (7-7) dominated the paint as Michel Enanga, Badou Diagne each recorded a double-double with points and rebounds - 13 and 10, 10 and 13, respectively. The Chanticleers held a 48-31 rebounding advantage, including 20 on the offensive end.

CCSU (4-9) was paced by Malcolm McMillan with 12 points, seven rebounds. The Blue Devils made just 6 of 13 free throws, while Coastal Carolina attempted 25, making 72 percent.

An early 13-0 run, capped by back-to-back 3-pointers by Wilson and Josh Cameron, put Coastal Carolina in front 18-5. The Chanticleers pushed their lead to 47-28 at halftime.

Coastal Carolina led 77-57 with 3:28 left, CCSU went on a 10-0 run to make things interesting, but the Chanticleers closed the game on a 9-0 run.

Six players scored in double figures for Coastal Carolina.

(Copyright 2014 The Associated Press. All rights reserved. This material may not be published, broadcast, rewritten or redistributed.)

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MIAMI GARDENS, FL (AP) - Tajh Boyd threw for 378 yards and five touchdowns, Sammy Watkins had a record-setting night with 16 catches for 227 yards, and No. 12 Clemson rallied to beat No. 7 Ohio State 40-35 in the Orange Bowl on Friday night.

Boyd's 5-yard pass to Stanton Seckinger with 6:16 remaining put the Tigers (11-2) ahead to stay. Watkins caught two touchdown passes, plus became Clemson's career receptions leader and set an Orange Bowl record for yardage.

Martavis Bryant caught two more TD passes for the Tigers, who won their first Orange Bowl in 32 years.

Braxton Miller threw for 234 yards and Carlos Hyde ran for 113 more for Ohio State (12-2), which wasted a nine-point second-half lead. Buckeyes coach Urban Meyer lost for the first time in five career trips to the Bowl Championship Series.

(Copyright 2014 The Associated Press. All rights reserved. This material may not be published, broadcast, rewritten or redistributed.)

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