Pender volleyball senior now 6th in nation in blocks; Tuesday sports from New Hanover, Laney & Hogggard too

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    WILMINGTON, NC (WWAY) —

    Tuesday High School Scoreboard

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    TENNIS STATE PLAYOFFS
    VOYAGER ACADEMY 5 – WHITEVILLE 2
    GREEN HOPE 6 – NEW HANOVER 0 **Click icon to see video
    CAPE FEAR ACADEMY 5 – CAROLINA DAY SCHOOL 2

    BOYS SOCCER
    ASHLEY 5 – TOPSAIL 1
    LANEY 4 – SOUTH BRUNSWICK 0 **Click icon to see video
    COASTAL CHRISTIAN 6 – GRACE CHRISTIAN 2
    DOUGLAS MCKINNEY HAD 4 GOALS FOR COASTAL CHRISTIAN, TOMMY MURPHY 2 ASSISTS
    COASTAL CHRISTIAN WILL FACE GASTON DAY ON FRIDAY IN SEMIs OF NCISAA PLAYOFFS

    VOLLEYBALL STATE PLAYOFFS
    SOUTH COLUMBUS 3 – BARTLETT YANCEY 0
    PRINCETON 3 – WHITEVILLE 0
    HOGGARD 3 – HARNETT CENTRAL 0 **Click icon to see video
    CEDAR RIDGE 3 – SOUTH BRUNSWICK 0
    SOUTH LENOIR 3 – EAST DUPLIN 1
    PENDER 3 – RALEIGH CHARTER 1 **Click icon to see video
    **Pender senior Briana Pittman had 13 blocks on Tuesday night. Pittman is now ranked 6th nationally for career blocks with a total of 622. We were at the gym on Tuesday when the game was stopped to recognize Pittman for her wonderful achievement.

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    PETERSBURG, VA (CFCC RELEASE) — The Sea Devils showed resiliency Tuesday afternoon and came from behind twice to pick up a 3-2 result against Richard Bland College on the road in Petersburg, Va.

    With the game tied at two Mamadou Kelleh found space inside the penalty area and headed home a free kick off the foot of Zach Von Ropp for the game-winner. “I’m real proud of the way my guy fought through and found a way to win,” said CFCC Coach Chris Libert. “It’s always tough to go on the road and get a result, but we responded and took command of the match in the final minutes.

    After both teams played to a scoreless first half Richard Bland went up 1-0 for the one goal advantage, but Brian Pinder equalized seven minutes later for Cape Fear on an assist by Tyus Lopez.

    The home side made it 2-1 in the 67th minute until CJ Morales found the back of the net for the Sea Devils on a penalty kick to set up the game-winner three minutes later by Kelleh. Dakota Moore made seven stops in goal for the Sea Devils.

    Cape Fear moved to 4-9-1 in conference and 8-9-1 overall as the Sea Devils look to get back to the .500 mark in their regular season finale at home against USC-Lancaster on Sunday, Oct. 26.

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    RALEIGH, NC (AP) – The Associated Press state high school football poll for the week of October 21, first-place votes in parentheses, records and total points as voted upon by a statewide panel of prep sports writers:

    Class 4-A

    1. Richmond County (9) (8-0) 168 1
    2. New Bern (8) (8-0) 150 2
    3. Greensboro Dudley (7-0) 121 3
    4. Matthews Butler (8-1) 112 5
    (tie)Charlotte Mallard Creek (7-1) 112 4
    6. Charlotte Independence (1) (8-0) 102 6
    7. Mooresville (8-0) 74 T7
    8. West Forsyth (9-0) 60 T7
    9. Wake Forest (8-0) 47 10
    10. Fayetteville Seventy-First (9-0) 11 NR
    (tie) Scotland County (7-1) 11 NR
    Others receiving 10 or more points: None.

    Class 3-A

    1. Southern Durham (13) (9-0) 172 1
    2. Shelby Crest (5) (8-0) 166 2
    3. Havelock (8-1) 133 3
    4. Concord (8-0) 112 4
    5. Orange County (8-0) 89 5
    6. Eastern Alamance (8-0) 75 7
    7. Morganton Freedom (7-0-1) 69 6
    8. Southern Guilford (9-0) 51 10
    9. Northern Guilford (7-1) 49 9
    10. Asheville (7-1) 28 NR
    Others receiving 10 or more points: Eastern Wayne (6-1) 14, Asheville Erwin (8-0) 13.

    Class 2-A

    1. Southwest Onslow (13) (8-0) 172 2
    2. East Lincoln (5) (8-0) 162 1
    3. Elizabeth City Northeastern (8-0) 131 3
    4. Shelby (8-1) 119 4
    5. Franklin (8-0) 110 5
    6. Washington (7-1) 92 6
    7. Black Mountain Owen (8-0) 72 8
    8. Farmville Central (7-1) 50 9
    9. East Bladen (7-1) 25 10
    10. Newton-Conover (6-1-1) 17 7
    (tie) Ashe County (7-0) 17 NR
    Others receiving 10 or more points: Reidsville (6-2) 13.

    Class 1-A

    1. Wallace-Rose Hill (17) (8-0) 179 1
    2. Warsaw Kenan (1) (7-1) 156 2
    3. Mt. Airy (8-0) 145 3
    4. Princeton (7-1) 120 4
    5. Robbinsville (8-0) 113 5
    6. Plymouth (7-1) 84 6
    7. West Montgomery (8-1) 75 7
    8. East Surry (7-1) 44 9
    9. Swain County (6-2) 30 8
    10. Southeast Halifax (7-1) 22 10
    Others receiving 10 or more points: Whiteville (6-2) 11.

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

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