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WWAY's Full Court Press - Jan. 24

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WILMINGTON, NC (WWAY) - Basketball scores from our region are listed below from Friday night. In many cases we had 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.

GIRLS BASKETBALL
HOGGARD 51 - TOPSAIL 27
JULIA BUEHLER HAD 24 POINTS FOR VIKINGS
EAST BLADEN 67 - MIDWAY 24
LACEY SUGGS HAD 22 POINTS, ASHA GRAHAM 20 POINTS FOR THE EAGLES
WEST BLADEN 49 - UNION 33
COURTNEY THOMPSON HAD 20 POINTS & 21 REBOUNDS FOR KNIGHTS
LANEY 62 - WEST BRUNSWICK 20
BRIANNA BRAHAM LED THE BUCS WITH 20 POINTS
ASHLEY 53 - SOUTH BRUNSWICK 20
EAST COLUMBUS 51 - WHITEVILLE 22
NORTHSIDE 60 - NORTH BRUNSWICK 43
CLINTON - PENDER POSTPONED DUE TO CLOCK MALFUNCTION
WEST COLUMBUS 30 - SOUTH COLUMBUS 28
WALLACE-ROSE HILL 52 - TRASK 41

BOYS BASKETBALL
HOGGARD 64 - TOPSAIL 34
TRAE BRYANT SCORED A CAREER HIGH 29 POINTS FOR HOGGARD
CAPE FEAR ACADEMY 44 - O'NEAL 41
EVAN HEAD LED THE HURRICANES WITH 23 POINTS
EAST BLADEN 60 - MIDWAY 43
JAQUAN JONES LED THE EAGLES WITH 15 POINTS, 4TH WIN IN A ROW FOR EAST BLADEN
WEST BLADEN 44 - UNION 31
WILMINGTON CHRISTIAN 59 - WILSON CHRISTIAN 35
JONAH ATTOE HAD 16 POINTS, JACOB TEW 15 POINTS
WEST BRUNSWICK 49 - LANEY 44
ASHLEY 65 - SOUTH BRUNSWICK 42
NORTH BRUNSWICK 60 - NORTHSIDE 58
CLINTON XX - PENDER POSTPONED DUE TO CLOCK MALFUNCTION
TRASK 72 - WALLACE-ROSE HILL 62
SOUTH COLUMBUS 76 - WEST COLUMBUS 72
LEROY MILLER LED THE STALLIONS WITH 34 POINTS
HARRELLS CHRISTIAN 60 - FAYETTEVILLE CHRISTIAN 47
EAST COLUMBUS 55 - WHITEVILLE 51
COURT CLEARED IN 4TH QTR WHEN THE GAME WAS STOPPED DUE TO A FIGHT BETWEEN FANS
PLAY EVENTUALLY RESUMED IN ORDER TO COMPLETE THE FINAL 32 SECONDS OF THE GAME

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RALEIGH, NC (CFCC RELEASE) -- Osandai Vaughn dropped 27 points as the Cape Fear men’s basketball team pulled out an 83-81 win over Wake Tech in Raleigh on Friday night. Anthony Vanhook chipped in with 10 points for the Sea Devils, who got back to the .500 mark at 10-10 on the season and 1-1 in Region X play.

“Our energy was poor to begin the game, but we responded well in the second half,” said CFCC Coach Ryan Mantlo. “We must be more consistent to have a chance at a championship.”

The Sea Devils get right back on the floor Saturday, with a 3 p.m. tip-off at Central Carolina Community College in Sanford.

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GREENSBORO, NC (CFCC RELEASE) -- The Lady Sea Devils opened back-to-back games with a hard fought loss 70-61 to Guilford Tech on Friday night.

Three Cape Fear players scored in double figures, led by Shakerya Morrison, who finished with 21 points and seven rebounds. Porsha Buchanan added 14 in the setback, while Kristina Rumplasch finished with double-double, 12 points and 10 boards.

The Sea Devils fell to 4-5 in conference and 12-5 overall. Cape Fear looks to get back on track Saturday as they wrap up a two-game road trip Saturday at Catawba Valley.

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WILMINGTON, NC (HAMMERHEADS) -– Wilmington Hammerheads FC have officially announced that defender Troy Cole will be returning to Wilmington for the 2014 USL PRO regular season. Cole debuted with the Hammerheads in 2012 and will return to the squad for the upcoming season after playing with VSI Tampa Bay FC last year.

“I am glad to have Troy back,” said David Irving, Head Coach of Wilmington Hammerheads FC. “He was a big part of our success in 2012 and a good ambassador for our club in the community.”

Cole is currently on the defensive line for his second season with Major Indoor Soccer League’s Rochester Lancers. Better known on the Lancers as one-half of the duo the ‘Bash Brothers’, Cole has featured in each game this season tallying two goals and one assist. MISL will conclude its 2013-2014 season in March.

“The atmosphere in Wilmington is exhilarating and I am really looking forward to be back in action,” said Cole. “It has been said numerous times, but Wilmington truly does have some of the best fans in the league.”

Prior to signing with the Hammerheads and going to the USL PRO Championship in 2012, Cole signed with FC New York. Cole signed his first professional contract with AC St. Louis of the USSF Division 2 Professional League in 2010.

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