WWAY’s 5th Quarter – October 17

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WILMINGTON, NC (WWAY) — We had quite an evening of high school football on WWAY’s 5th Quarter. We showcased New Hanover’s victory over Laney along with a handful of other area games. Week 9 of the high school football season is now complete. In fact it was homecoming night at several area schools. Only three weeks remain in the 2014 regular season.

Click the play video icon to see Friday’s 5th Quarter. Scores from area games are listed immediately below. Scroll down to see scores from around the state.

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WALLACE-ROSE HILL 34 – MIDWAY 14
WHITEVILLE 63 – WEST COLUMBUS 28 **Click icon to see video
WHITEVILLE RB TERRIN MANNING 5 TD’S 330 YARDS
WEST BLADEN 54 – PENDER 27
JAMES KENAN 28 – LAKEWOOD 6
SOUTH COLUMBUS 51 – EAST COLUMBUS 8 **Click icon to see video
HARRELLS CHRISTIAN 38 – Q FOUNDATION 12
NEW HANOVER 35 – LANEY 21 **Click icon to see video
NORTHSIDE 49 – DIXON 8
SW ONSLOW 28 – EAST DUPLIN 7
NORTH BRUNSWICK 21 – CROATAN 12 **Click icon to see video
CLINTON 57 – UNION 0
WEST BRUNSWICK 42 – TOPSAIL 7, TROJANS CLINCH PLAYOFF SPOT **Click icon to see video
HOGGARD 38 – ASHLEY 0, KEEVIN THOMPSON 3 TDS FOR VIKINGS **Click icon to see video
HOBBTON 47 – KESTREL HEIGHTS 6
EAST BLADEN 42 – TRASK 0 **Click icon to see video
FARRELL MURCHISON FINISHES WITH 189 YARDS AND 3 TDS FOR THE EAGLES
MURCHISON BECOMES SCHOOL’S ALL-TIME LEADING RUSHER

** Soccer
Coastal Christian 3
Parrot Academy 1 in OT in 1st round of NCISAA playoffs
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Friday’s Scores – The Associated Press
PREP FOOTBALL

Albemarle 45, North Moore 0

Alexander Central 21, Statesville 17

Apex 40, Cary 10

Ashe County 48, East Wilkes 14

Asheville 48, McDowell County 14

Asheville Erwin 26, Asheville Roberson 9

Asheville Reynolds 76, Enka 10

Ayden-Grifton 30, South Lenoir 0

Bertie County 26, Currituck County 0

Bessemer City 52, Pine Lake Prep 30

Black Mountain Owen 44, Madison County 13

Boonville Starmount 52, North Wilkes 0

Burlington Cummings 19, Carrboro 0

Burlington Williams 34, Northeast Guilford 18

Camden County 55, Creswell 12

Canton Pisgah 37, Waynesville Tuscola 20

Cape Fear 24, Fayetteville Pine Forest 14

Catawba Bandys 29, Maiden 21

Central Cabarrus 21, South Rowan 0

Charlotte Berry Tech 60, Charlotte Harding 0

Charlotte Catholic 23, South Mecklenburg 20

Charlotte Christian 34, Charlotte Country Day 17

Charlotte Independence 65, Charlotte Garinger 0

Charlotte Latin 63, Cannon School 0

Charlotte Myers Park 41, Indian Trail Porter Ridge 13

Charlotte Olympic 32, West Mecklenburg 26

Charlotte Providence 38, Charlotte Ardrey Kell 27

Charlotte Providence Day 33, Rabun Gap-Nachoochee, Ga. 21

Cherokee 10, Swain County 7

Cherryville 49, Gastonia Highland Tech 7

China Grove Carson 35, Concord 26

Clayton 40, Rolesville High School 26

Cleveland 62, Erwin Triton 26

Clinton 57, Union 0

Cuthbertson 42, Weddington 38

Davidson Day def. Concord First Assembly, forfeit

Durham Hillside 19, Durham Riverside 18

Durham Jordan 17, Person 14

East Bladen 42, Rocky Point Trask 0

East Davidson 7, Thomasville 6

East Forsyth 45, Kernersville Glenn 14

East Henderson 13, Sylva Smoky Mountain 6

East Lincoln 42, Newton-Conover 20

East Montgomery 79, South Davidson 21

East Rowan 59, West Rowan 14

East Rutherford 35, Valdese Draughn 12

East Surry 31, Kernersville McGuinness 0

East Wake 28, West Johnston 14

Eastern Randolph 26, Providence Grove 7

Eastern Wayne 63, Greenville Rose 23

Eden Morehead 49, Mayodan McMichael 21

Edenton Holmes 49, Kill Devil Hills First Flight 6

Elizabeth City Northeastern 42, Pasquotank County 14

Elkin 49, West Wilkes 13

Fairmont 49, Red Springs 30

Farmville Central 48, North Johnston 7

Fayetteville Byrd 44, Fayetteville Westover 28

Fayetteville Sanford 38, Gray’s Creek 17

Fayetteville Seventy-First 21, Spring Lake Overhills 13

Fayetteville Smith 31, Hope Mills South View 0

Franklin 46, North Henderson 19

Garner 60, Harnett Central 27

Gastonia Ashbrook 42, East Gaston 29

Gastonia Forestview 34, Belmont South Point 31

Gastonia Huss 42, Lake Norman Charter 0

Gates County 26, Manteo 14

Graham 55, Siler City Jordan-Matthews 38

Greene Central 54, North Lenoir 0

Greensboro Dudley 44, Southern Alamance 0

Greensboro Page 43, Greensboro Grimsley 6

Greenville Conley 35, Pikeville Aycock 7

Havelock 84, Jacksonville White Oak 28

Hendersonville 24, Mitchell County 18

Hickory Ridge 34, Northwest Cabarrus 6

Hickory St. Stephens 49, Hickory 43, OT

Hobbton 47, Kestrel Heights 6

Hobgood Academy 54, Community Christian 6

Hoke County 48, Lumberton 42

Holly Springs 42, Middle Creek 35, 3OT

Jacksonville Northside 49, Dixon 8

Jamestown Ragsdale 45, Southwest Guilford 13

Kannapolis Brown 44, Cornelius Hough High School 20

Kinston 24, Goldsboro 20

Lake Norman 55, West Iredell 34

Lawndale Burns 48, Shelby 7

Lincolnton 57, Claremont Bunker Hill 2

Mallard Creek 29, Charlotte Vance 22

Marshville Forest Hills 35, Monroe Parkwood 14

Marvin Ridge 34, Monroe Sun Valley 14

Matthews Butler 55, Rocky River 21

Monroe Central 39, West Stanly 0

Mooresville 38, North Lincoln 7

Morganton Freedom 27, South Caldwell 10

Mt. Airy 42, Winston-Salem Atkins 0

Mt. Pleasant 10, Monroe 7

Murphy 49, Andrews 0

Newton Foard 41, Patton 12

North Brunswick 21, Croatan 12

North Edgecombe 24, Riverside Martin 14

North Forsyth 41, Central Davidson 21

North Gaston 31, Stuart Cramer High School 0

North Mecklenburg 21, Concord Robinson 13

North Pitt 23, Wilson Beddingfield 12

North Rowan 62, West Davidson 8

Northern Durham def. East Chapel Hill, forfeit

Northern Guilford 22, Eastern Guilford 21

Northwest Guilford 28, High Point Central 17

Orange County 38, Chapel Hill 37

Pamlico County 41, Pinetown Northside 14

Panther Creek 9, Fuquay-Varina 0

Pfafftown Reagan 55, Winston-Salem Parkland 0

Plymouth 55, Perquimans 0

Polk County 37, Avery County 13

Princeton 56, Seven Springs Spring Creek 0

R-S Central 21, Kings Mountain 14

Raleigh Cardinal Gibbons 34, Northern Vance 12

Raleigh Leesville Road 28, Raleigh Enloe 13

Raleigh Millbrook 38, Raleigh Wakefield 12

Raleigh Ravenscroft 44, North Raleigh Christian 14

Raleigh Sanderson 33, Raleigh Broughton 20

Raleigh Wake Christian 54, Fayetteville Christian 0

Randleman 25, High Point Andrews 22

Reidsville 63, Bartlett Yancey 0

Richmond County 51, Pembroke Swett 0

Roanoke Rapids 38, Bunn 35

Robbinsville 42, Rosman 13

Rocky Mount 31, Wilson Hunt 14

Rocky Mount Academy 52, Southampton Academy, Va. 42

Rosewood 44, North Duplin 20

Salisbury 30, Lexington 20

Scotland 29, Southern Pines Pinecrest 22

Shelby Crest 42, East Burke 0

Smithfield-Selma 15, Western Harnett 12

South Central Pitt 36, Southern Wayne 6

South Columbus 51, East Columbus 8

South Creek 38, Northampton-East 14

South Granville 41, Southern Vance 0

South Iredell 39, North Iredell 14

South Johnston 26, Corinth Holders 7

South Stanly 58, Chatham Central 8

Southeast Guilford 34, Greensboro Smith 29

Southeast Halifax 40, Granville Central 35

Southeast Raleigh 12, Knightdale 10

Southern Durham 33, Pittsboro Northwood 25

Southern Guilford 41, Asheboro 34

Southern Lee 31, Cameron Union Pines 0

Southern Nash 42, Northern Nash 7

Southlake Christian 30, Metrolina Christian Academy 25

Southwest Onslow 28, East Duplin 7

St. David’s 60, Lawrence Academy 0

St. Pauls 54, South Robeson 14

Surry Central 48, South Stokes 7

Tarboro 57, Rocky Mount Prep 6

Thomasville Ledford 42, Southwestern Randolph 20

Trinity 38, Wheatmore 28

Wake Forest 33, Wake Forest Heritage 7

Walkertown 48, North Stokes 0

Wallace-Rose Hill 34, Dunn Midway 14

Warren County 32, Franklinton 29

Warsaw Kenan 28, Lakewood (Salemburg) 6

Washington 20, SouthWest Edgecombe 13

Watauga County 49, Lenoir Hibriten 21

Weldon 48, Northwest Halifax 0

West Bladen 54, Pender 27

West Brunswick 42, Topsail 7

West Carteret 24, Swansboro 12

West Charlotte 13, Huntersville Hopewell 7

West Craven 35, Richlands 10

West Forsyth 35, Davie County 25

West Henderson 56, Brevard 21

West Lincoln 28, West Caldwell 24

West Montgomery 62, North Stanly 7

West Stokes 24, East Bend Forbush 21

Western Alamance 28, Rockingham County 18

Whiteville 63, West Columbus 28

Wilkes Central 42, Alleghany County 33

Wilmington Hoggard 38, Wilmington Ashley 0

Wilmington New Hanover 35, Wilmington Laney 21

Wilson Fike 49, Nash Central 13

Winston-Salem Carver 35, North Surry 6

Winston-Salem Mt. Tabor 49, Winston-Salem Reynolds 19

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

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WILMINGTON, NC (UNCW) — Although practice has already kicked off officially for both units, the UNCW men’s and women’s basketball teams christened the 2014-15 season in style with the annual “Midnite Madness” celebration Friday night at Trask Coliseum.

Unlike the old days, when festivities started with the stroke of midnight, Friday’s affair got under way at 9:30 p.m. following the Trask Trek and more than 1,200 teal-clad fans were treated to performances by the UNCW Cheerleaders and UNCW Dance Team, as well as a variety of games, shooting contests and innovative dunks.

In the student-oriented games, senior Parker Grissom of Charlotte won the Knockout Contest, Kyle Chenevert took the Campus Dining Game and Kendall Hornbuckle won the Dress-Up competition.

Following an elaborate introduction, which featured colored lights and smoke, the men’s and women’s basketball teams then got into the act. Senior point guard Kelva Atkins of the women’s team won the 3-point shooting competition after beating out men’s winner Craig Ponder.

In the always popular dunk contest, former New Hanover High School product Freddie Jackson, a senior taking part in his last Midnite Madness event, took home the crown. Check out his dunk here: http://www.uncwsports.com/news/2014/10/17/MBB_1017142246.aspx?path=mbball

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WILMINGTON, NC (UNCW) — Northeastern scored late in the first half and then used its league-leading defense to hold off UNCW, 1-0, in Colonial Athletic Association women’s soccer action Friday night at the UNCW Soccer Stadium.

The Huskies hiked their record to 10-4-2 overall and 5-1-0 in the CAA with the road victory. The Seahawks fell to 7-8-1 and 2-5-0. UNCW is 4-3-1 at home this season.

NU entered the game leading the nation with 11 shutouts and held the Seahawks without a shot in the first half and five overall in the match. UNCW’s defense was up to the task as well, holding NU to nine shots, but freshman forward Kayla Cappuzzo’s score proved to be the difference.

Hannah Lopiccolo ripped a cross in the box at 30:20 and UNCW sophomore goalkeeper Liisa Rahkola managed to knock the ball down, only to have Cappuzzo follow through with the game-winner into the left corner.

UNCW had its best chance of the night with under two minutes left to play when junior forward McCormick turned inside the box and launched a shot that Burnett smothered to preserve the win.

NU senior goalkeeper Paige Burnette ranked first in the nation in goals against average and lowered it again with a stellar performance Friday night.

The Seahawks play their regular season home finale on Sunday at Noon when Hofstra visits. The Huskies travel to the College of Charleston for a 1 p.m. clash with the Cougars.

GAME NOTES: NU grabbed the lead in the 11-game series with UNCW, 6-5, since the series began in 2005…The Huskies have only allowed four goals in 16 matches this season…Only four players had shots for the Seahawks…Maddie McCormick led UNCW with two shots…Lopiccolo, Cappuzzo and Carly Wilhelm had two shots apiece for the Huskies…UNCW was called offsides four times in the match.

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JOHNS ISLAND, SC (UNCW) -– Junior Dakota Foskey and senior Casey Buddenbaum were the top finishers for UNCW as the Seahawks finished second in the women’s race and third in the men’s competition late Friday at the College of Charleston Cross Country Invitational.

The Seahawks, competing for the fourth time this fall, used the race at Trophy Lakes in Johns Island as a tune-up for the Colonial Athletic Association championships approaching on Nov. 1 in Boston.

“It was a solid performance, but it was disappointing to lose to the College of Charleston on both sides,” said UNCW distance coach Layne Schwier. “Our men and women got a little behind. We were running well and trying to catch up, but couldn’t.

“It’s a similar situation as last year going into the CAA race. We know what we need to do. We are still bouncing back from three really hard weeks of training and I could tell this week that there was a lot of lingering fatigue.”

Charleston won the 5K women’s race with 37 points, followed by UNCW (70), USC Upstate (123), The Citadel (124) and Campbell (130) in the top-five.

Foskey, from Four Oaks, N.C., finished ninth out of 83 runners with a time of 18:47 to lead UNCW on the flat course.

On the men’s side, USC Upstate took first place with 40 points, ahead of the next four teams of Charleston (56), UNCW (77), Winthrop (85) and The Citadel (102).

Buddenbaum led the Seahawks for the first time this season, covering the 8K layup in 26:28, good enough for 11th place out of 72 entries.

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CARY, NC (UNCW) — Freshman Andres Torres and Javier Restrepo advanced to the Round of 16 in the main doubles draw to highlight UNCW’s play in the ITA Men’s Tennis Regionals Friday at Cary Tennis Park.

Torres and Restrepo edged UNC Charlotte’s Paul Cisti and Massalle Ferrer, 8-7 (2), early in the day and will face Duke’s Cale Hammond and Jason Tahir on Saturday.

In other action, Torres defeated Duke’s DJ McCall, 6-2, 7-6 (5), in the second round of singles before falling to Clemson’s Alejandro Augusto, 5-7, 6-3, 7-5.

Action continues tomorrow in the event at Cary Tennis Park.