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WILMINGTON, NC (WWAY) -- The 2014 high school football regular season is underway. On Friday we had coverage from several games. We expected to have a full slate, but the weather interfered with those plans. Some games were completed. Some never started. Some started, but will need to be resumed. Click the play video icon above to see Friday's 5th Quarter. Friday High School Scoreboard SE North Carolina (scroll down for statewide scores) WEST BLADEN 42 - SOUTH ROBESON 8 MALCOLM VAUGHT HAD 2 TD'S FOR THE KNIGHTS HOKE COUNTY 34 - ASHLEY 6 HARRELLS CHRISTIAN 42 - SOUTH LENOIR 13 MARCUS SCARBOROUGH RUSHED FOR 229 YARDS AND 2 TD'S JAMES KENAN 42 - SOUTHERN WAYNE 0 JAQUAN WILLIAMS HAD 9 CARRIES FOR 127 YARDS AND 3 TD'S SW ONSLOW 28 - JACKSONVILLE 6 FIRST FLIGHT 27 - DIXON 6 EAST DUPLIN 16 - RICHLANDS 7 LAKEWOOD VS UNION POSTPONED WILL BE PLAYED SATURDAY AT 7:30PM EAST BLADEN 50 - FAIRMONT 30 WEST COLUMBUS 32 - EAST COLUMBUS 6 WHITEVILLE 7 - NORTH BRUNSWICK 0 POSTPONED IN 2ND QTR PLAY WILL RESUME SATURDAY AT 7PM TOPSAIL 0 - TRASK 7 POSTPONED AT HALF PLAY WILL RESUME SATURDAY 6PM SOCASTEE 10 - WEST BRUNSWICK 7 POSTPONED IN 2ND, GAME WILL RESUME PLAY SATURDAY AT 5PM UPDATE: ON SATURDAY SOCASTEE DEFEATED WEST BRUNSWICK 48-26 WALLACE-ROSE HILL 63 - SOUTH BRUNSWICK 14 LANEY VS PENDER GAME NEVER STARTED, GAME WILL BE PLAYED MONDAY 6PM UPDATE: LANEY AWARDED A FORFEIT WIN ON SATURDAY BY PENDER UPDATE: GAME WILL NOT BE COMPLETED ON MONDAY HOGGARD VS SOUTH COLUMBUS GAME NEVER STARTED, GAME WILL BE PLAYED AT 6PM MONDAY LUMBERTON DEFEATS DOUGLAS BYRD 38-0 FIRST SHUTOUT WIN FOR LUMBERTON SINCE 2009 Click the play video icon above to see Friday's 5th Quarter. ------------- WILMINGTON, NC (WWAY) -- Follow our sports on Twitter at @WWAYSports ------------- The Associated Press PREP FOOTBALL Alleghany County 34, North Stokes 6 Apex 46, Harnett Central 10 Asheboro 38, Eastern Randolph 6 Asheville 49, Hendersonville 14 Asheville Erwin 42, East Rutherford 24 Asheville Roberson 34, North Henderson 14 Ayden-Grifton 40, Riverside Martin 14 Black Mountain Owen 49, Enka 20 Burnsville Mountain Heritage 25, Patton 6 Cameron Union Pines 41, East Montgomery 6 Cannon School 33, North Raleigh Christian 13 Cape Fear 39, Erwin Triton 7 Carolina Pride 39, Union Academy 13 Carrboro 39, Hillsborough Cedar Ridge 38 Central Cabarrus 40, Mt. Pleasant 34 Chapel Hill 45, Durham Riverside 21 Charlotte Berry Tech 35, East Mecklenburg 0 Charlotte Independence 49, South Mecklenburg 0 Charlotte Myers Park 21, Charlotte Olympic 7 Charlotte Vance 47, West Mecklenburg 0 Cherryville 50, Claremont Bunker Hill 44 Cleveland 56, Clayton 53 Cloudland, Tenn. 6, Avery County 0 Columbia 58, Mattamuskeet 0 Community School 27, Kernersville McGuinness 14 Concord 20, Kannapolis Brown 14 Cox Mill 42, Concord Robinson 17 Cuthbertson 34, Monroe Parkwood 9 Davidson Day 43, Albemarle 7 Davie County 45, Greensboro Page 40 Dunn Midway 35, Hobbton 6 East Bend Forbush 36, Elkin 26 East Bladen 50, Fairmont 30 East Duplin 16, Richlands 7 East Forsyth 63, Winston-Salem Reynolds 14 East Lincoln 35, East Gaston 14 East Wake 42, South Johnston 28 East Wilkes 22, South Stokes 8 Eastern Alamance 56, Graham 49 Eastern Wayne 43, North Lenoir 6 Eden Morehead 41, Western Guilford 40 Edenton Holmes 29, West Craven 21 Elizabeth City Northeastern 40, Southern Vance 0 Farmville Central 26, Plymouth 8 Fayetteville Pine Forest 35, Pembroke Swett 21 Fayetteville Seventy-First 42, Fayetteville Westover 6 Fayetteville Smith 21, Fayetteville Sanford 7 Franklinton 20, Goldsboro 14 Gastonia Ashbrook 23, Lawndale Burns 0 Gastonia Forestview 42, Nation Ford, S.C. 28 Gray's Creek 48, St. Pauls 28 Greensboro Dudley 20, Winston-Salem Carver 7 Greenville Conley 42, North Pitt 7 Greenville Rose 54, Raleigh Athens Drive 21 Harrells Christian 42, South Lenoir 13 Havelock 37, Washington 6 Hayesville 29, Towns County, Ga. 7 Hickory Ridge 35, Monroe Piedmont 28 High Point Central 26, Andrews 25 Hoke County 34, Wilmington Ashley 6 Huntersville Hopewell 39, Charlotte Garinger 0 Jacksonville White Oak 47, Red Springs 30 Jamestown Ragsdale 30, Greensboro Grimsley 14 Kernersville Glenn 24, Winston-Salem Parkland 7 Kill Devil Hills First Flight 27, Dixon 6 Kinston 38, Jones 0 Knightdale 13, Raleigh Sanderson 7 Lake Norman 35, North Mecklenburg 28 Lake Norman Charter 14, Hickory Grove Christian 6 Lee County 42, Rolesville High School 8 Lenoir Hibriten 67, West Iredell 39 Louisburg 49, North Johnston 21 Lumberton 38, Fayetteville Byrd 0 Maiden 25, Newton Foard 21 Marshville Forest Hills 7, Anson County 6, OT Matthews Butler 54, West Charlotte 6 Metrolina Christian Academy 61, Concord First Assembly 0 Middle Creek 28, Garner 21 Mitchell County 36, West Wilkes 28 Monroe 50, Lexington 7 Mooresville 49, West Rowan 21 Morganton Freedom 49, East Burke 0 Morrisville Green Hope 24, Raleigh Cardinal Gibbons 23 Mt. Airy 28, Boonville Starmount 17 Murphy 35, Darlington, Ga. 12 New Bern 12, Durham Hillside 0 North Buncombe 16, Canton Pisgah 6 North Davidson 38, Thomasville 0 North Gaston 26, Bessemer City 16 North Iredell 42, Wilkes Central 28 North Lincoln 26, Lincolnton 13 North Moore 22, Trinity 12 North Stanly 26, Monroe Central 24 Northern Nash 24, Corinth Holders 20 Northwest Guilford 13, Greensboro Smith 7 Orange County 27, Person 14 Oxford Webb 39, Granville Central 30 Pamlico County 27, Croatan 21 Pfafftown Reagan 28, North Forsyth 14 Pikeville Aycock 43, Rosewood 15 Pinetown Northside 50, Creswell 0 Pittsboro Northwood 65, East Chapel Hill 0 Princeton 56, East Carteret 42 Providence Grove 28, Siler City Jordan-Matthews 27 R-S Central 26, McDowell County 15 Raleigh Broughton 41, Cary 14 Raleigh Leesville Road 34, Durham Jordan 12 Raleigh Millbrook 34, Fuquay-Varina 14 Raleigh Ravenscroft 49, Northern Vance 21 Reidsville 47, Mayodan McMichael 0 Richmond County 21, Rocky River 14 Robbinsville 45, Rabun Gap-Nachoochee, Ga. 39 Rocky Mount 40, South Granville 0 Rosman 28, Brevard 14 Scotland 52, Hope Mills South View 0 Shelby 50, Polk County 20 Shelby Crest 35, Belmont South Point 13 South Central Pitt 20, Wilson Hunt 17 South Creek 35, Perquimans 13 Southeast Guilford 30, Northern Durham 0 Southeast Halifax 32, Hertford County 14 Southeast Raleigh 18, Fayetteville Britt 13 Southern Guilford 42, Eastern Guilford 7 Southern Lee 21, Western Harnett 6 Southern Nash 33, SouthWest Edgecombe 16 Southern Pines Pinecrest 23, Spring Lake Overhills 12 Southwest Onslow 28, Jacksonville 6 Statesville 70, Hickory 19 Summerville, S.C. 30, Charlotte Providence 9 Swain County 31, East Henderson 13 Swansboro 26, Lejeune 0 Sylva Smoky Mountain 30, Andrews 7 Tarboro 33, Nash Central 6 Thomas Jefferson 28, Stuart Cramer High School 7 Wake Forest Heritage 13, Holly Springs 7 Wallace-Rose Hill 63, South Brunswick 14 Warsaw Kenan 42, Southern Wayne 0 Watauga County 41, Alexander Central 24 Waynesville Tuscola 35, Cherokee 28 Weddington 31, Charlotte Ardrey Kell 28 West Bladen 42, South Robeson 8 West Caldwell 35, North Wilkes 6 West Carteret 13, Jacksonville Northside 5 West Forsyth 43, Asheville Reynolds 35 West Henderson 30, Madison County 28 West Johnston 39, Smithfield-Selma 0 West Montgomery 35, Marvin Ridge 31 West Stanly 34, Northwest Cabarrus 20 West Stokes 27, Central Davidson 0 Western Alamance 30, Burlington Cummings 25 Wheatmore 21, Bartlett Yancey 19 Wilson Beddingfield 30, Greene Central 6 Wilson Fike 28, Bunn 0 Winston-Salem Atkins 43, Forsyth Country Day 14 Winston-Salem Mt. Tabor 41, Indian Trail Porter Ridge 18 POSTPONEMENTS AND CANCELLATIONS South Rowan vs. South Iredell, ppd. to Aug 23. (Copyright 2014 The Associated Press. All rights reserved. This material may not be published, broadcast, rewritten or redistributed.) ----------------- RALEIGH, NC (UNCW) -- Freshman midfielder Annah Lindberg’s second goal of the game with less than three minutes remaining lifted N.C. State over visiting UNCW, 2-1, in the women’s soccer season opener for both teams Friday night at Dail Soccer Field. The Seahawks seek to square their record Sunday with their home debut against Georgia Southern in a 1 p.m. kick-off at the UNCW Soccer Stadium. The Wolfpack entertains No. 11 Portland Sunday at Noon. In Friday’s close opener, UNCW grabbed a 1-0 advantage just after intermission before Lindberg evened the score in the 66th minute and then broke through for the game-winning goal at 87:38. “It was a back and forth game, but I thought that we stepped up and gave ourselves a chance,” said Paul Cairney, UNCW’s 19-year head coach. “Both teams had some decent chances. Give N.C. State credit. They worked their way back into the game, had the upper hand at the end and scored. “If you look at the box score, we played some different personnel and definitely went to our bench because of injuries. To come up here and play this hard against an ACC team with a depleted squad is a credit to our players.” After a scoreless first half, UNCW junior striker Katrina Guillou, a preseason All-CAA selection, snapped the stalemate at 54:11 following an assist from Lindsey Byrne. Lindberg then took a pass from Alexa Allen at 65:52 to even the score at 1-all before breaking the tie with the clincher in the final minutes. GAME NOTES: N.C. State improved to 5-0 lifetime vs. UNCW…The Seahawks scored for the first time this year after a pair of 1-0 losses in exhibitions…The Wolfpack also won last year’s meeting, 2-1, in Raleigh. Guillou led the Seahawks with 10 goals last season…It was the 320th win in N.C. State history…Guillou was one of four players to play all 90 minutes for UNCW…Sophomore goalkeeper Carolyn Huddy recorded three saves in goal for UNCW.

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