WWAY’s Friday night sports – Nov. 8

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WILMINGTON, NC (WWAY) – Scores from our region are listed below. In most cases we have video of these games on the 5th Quarter. Click the play video icon to see WWAY’s 5th Quarter with John Rendleman & Trot Nixon. Scores from around the state are listed below the regional games.


State playoff brackets will be posted on wwaytv3.com late Saturday afternoon when they become official.

Friday’s Football Scores – The Associated Press

Albemarle 77, South Stanly 17

Alexander Central 27, North Iredell 20

Andrews 27, Hayesville 14

Anson County 14, Monroe Sun Valley 0

Ashe County 56, Elkin 7

Asheboro 27, Central Davidson 10

Asheville 21, Asheville Erwin 7

Asheville Reynolds 49, North Buncombe 7

Avery County 21, Mitchell County 14

Ayden-Grifton 48, North Lenoir 14

Boonville Starmount 35, Alleghany County 0

Bunn 51, Warren County 14

Burnsville Mountain Heritage 50, Madison County 33

Canton Pisgah 59, Brevard 0

Cary 28, Raleigh Athens Drive 23

Catawba Bandys 44, Newton-Conover 0

Central Cabarrus 42, Northwest Cabarrus 7

Chapel Hill 30, Hillsborough Cedar Ridge 28

Charlotte Ardrey Kell 21, South Mecklenburg 14

Charlotte Catholic 42, Charlotte Providence 17

Charlotte Myers Park 49, East Mecklenburg 6

Charlotte Olympic 28, Charlotte Berry Tech 27, OT

Chatham Central 50, South Davidson 20

Cherryville 28, Bessemer City 27

China Grove Carson 49, Cox Mill 21

Claremont Bunker Hill 48, West Caldwell 33

Cleveland 35, Western Harnett 16

Community School 64, Pine Lake Prep 6

Concord Robinson 48, West Charlotte 20

Currituck County 27, Hertford County 21

Cuthbertson 28, Monroe Piedmont 27

Davidson Day 59, Cannon School 0

Dunn Midway 53, Union 8

Durham Hillside 55, Person 7

Durham Riverside 41, Northern Durham 9

East Bend Forbush 24, North Surry 14

East Burke 42, Kings Mountain 28

East Carteret 43, Jones 6

East Chapel Hill 14, Durham Jordan 7

East Columbus 36, West Columbus 13

East Davidson 35, West Davidson 18

East Lincoln 42, West Lincoln 15

East Rowan 61, South Rowan 21

East Rutherford 31, Forest City Chase 17

Eastern Alamance 35, Northeast Guilford 13

Eastern Guilford 21, Rockingham County 13

Eastern Randolph 35, Wheatmore 20

Eastern Wayne 40, Southern Wayne 13

Edenton Holmes 56, Pasquotank County 21

Elizabeth City Northeastern 53, Bertie County 14

Enka 16, Asheville Roberson 6

Erwin Triton 41, Corinth Holders 14

Fairmont 40, South Robeson 14

Farmville Central 49, North Pitt 19

Fayetteville Britt 62, Spring Lake Overhills 8

Fayetteville Byrd 33, Gray’s Creek 10

Fayetteville Sanford 56, Fayetteville Westover 0

Fayetteville Smith 17, Fayetteville Seventy-First 14

Franklin 27, Waynesville Tuscola 8

Franklinton 37, Southern Vance 22

Gastonia Ashbrook 24, Gastonia Huss 17

Gastonia Forestview 65, East Gaston 8

Graham 48, Bartlett Yancey 22

Granville Central 35, Northwest Halifax 14

Greene Central 20, Goldsboro 19

Greensboro Dudley 42, Southeast Guilford 11

Greensboro Grimsley 29, Greensboro Smith 15

Greensboro Page 52, Southern Alamance 20

Greenville Conley 31, South Central Pitt 6

Havelock 21, West Craven 7

Hickory St. Stephens 20, Newton Foard 7

High Point Andrews 73, Trinity 14

High Point Central 35, Southwest Guilford 15

Holly Springs 40, Apex 28

Hope Mills South View 35, Cape Fear 13

Hough High School 24, Charlotte Vance 14

Huntersville Hopewell 19, Kannapolis Brown 14

Jacksonville 35, Jacksonville White Oak 0

Jacksonville Northside 54, Croatan 35

Jamestown Ragsdale 28, Kernersville Glenn 24

Kernersville McGuinness 42, North Stokes 14

Kinston 22, South Lenoir 21

Knightdale 30, East Wake 21

Lakewood (Salemburg) 50, Hobbton 7

Lawndale Burns 44, R-S Central 20

Lee County 23, Southern Lee 9

Lejeune 27, Pinetown Northside 14

Lenoir Hibriten 35, Hickory 33

Lumberton 28, Pembroke Swett 14

Maiden 42, Lincolnton 14

Mallard Creek 55, North Mecklenburg 7

Manteo 42, Creswell 21

Matthews Butler 43, Charlotte Independence 42

Middle Creek 28, Fuquay-Varina 14

Monroe 40, Marshville Forest Hills 0

Monroe Parkwood 27, Monroe Central 14

Mooresville 35, Lake Norman 31

Morganton Freedom 48, Patton 14

Mt. Airy 34, East Surry 13

Mt. Pleasant 23, West Stanly 7

New Bern 21, Greenville Rose 13

North Brunswick 27, East Duplin 20

North Duplin 41, Seven Springs Spring Creek 14

North Gaston 49, Lake Norman Charter 10

North Lincoln 48, West Iredell 14

North Rowan 41, Salisbury 0

North Stanly 38, Union Academy 6

North Wilkes 47, Wilkes Central 14

Northampton-East 42, Rocky Mount Prep 0

Northern Guilford 49, Eden Morehead 6

Northwest Guilford 42, East Forsyth 27

Oxford Webb 21, Northern Vance 20

Pamlico County 33, Chocowinity Southside 12

Panther Creek 28, Morrisville Green Hope 18

Perquimans 37, Columbia 12

Pfafftown Reagan 55, Winston-Salem Reynolds 3

Plymouth 46, Gates County 14

Polk County 40, Hendersonville 27

Princeton 56, Rosewood 19

Raleigh Cardinal Gibbons 55, Pittsboro Northwood 14

Raleigh Millbrook 41, Raleigh Sanderson 40

Raleigh Wakefield 34, Raleigh Leesville Road 31

Randleman 37, Providence Grove 14

Reidsville 49, Carrboro 6

Riverside Martin 49, South Creek 14

Robbinsville 52, Cherokee 0

Rocky Mount 28, Northern Nash 7

Rocky Point Trask 49, Pender 12

Rocky River 20, Indian Trail Porter Ridge 0

Scotland 49, Richmond County 14

Shelby Crest 31, Shelby 14

Siler City Jordan-Matthews 37, Burlington Cummings 6

Smithfield-Selma 22, South Johnston 21

South Columbus 30, Whiteville 15

South Granville 47, Roanoke Rapids 7

Southeast Halifax 42, KIPP Pride 30

Southeast Raleigh 35, Clayton 31

Southern Durham 55, Orange County 41

Southern Nash 42, Nash Central 21

Southern Pines Pinecrest 49, Hoke County 28

Southwest Onslow 38, Dixon 0

St. Pauls 45, Red Springs 43

Statesville 23, South Iredell 19

Swain County 36, Murphy 27

Swansboro 44, Richlands 13

Sylva Smoky Mountain 42, North Henderson 21

Tarboro 47, North Edgecombe 0

Thomas Jefferson 52, Gastonia Highland Tech 14

Thomasville 21, Lexington 7

Thomasville Ledford 29, North Forsyth 28

Wake Forest 39, Raleigh Enloe 0

Wake Forest Heritage 56, Raleigh Broughton 33

Walkertown 49, Winston-Salem Atkins 14

Wallace-Rose Hill 20, Clinton 3

Washington 40, North Johnston 0

Watauga County 22, South Caldwell 21

Weddington 52, Marvin Ridge 0

West Brunswick 34, Wilmington Ashley 26

West Forsyth 17, North Davidson 14

West Henderson 28, East Henderson 21

West Johnston 41, Harnett Central 20

West Mecklenburg 47, Charlotte Harding 6

West Montgomery 34, East Montgomery 0

West Rowan 45, Hickory Ridge 24

West Stokes 44, Surry Central 7

West Wilkes 49, East Wilkes 19

Western Alamance 31, Mayodan McMichael 0

Western Guilford 49, Southwestern Randolph 14

Wilmington Hoggard 38, South Brunswick 0

Wilmington New Hanover 49, Topsail 0

Wilson Beddingfield 31, SouthWest Edgecombe 20

Wilson Hunt 41, Wilson Fike 34, 2OT

Winston-Salem Carver 47, South Stokes 8

Winston-Salem Mt. Tabor 42, Davie County 21

(Copyright 2013 The Associated Press. All rights reserved. This material may not be published, broadcast, rewritten or redistributed.)


IOWA CITY, IA (UNCW) — Iowa used its decided size advantage and deep bench to race out to an early margin and cruise to an 82-39 victory over UNCW in the 2013-14 men’s basketball season opener for Buzz Peterson’s club.

The Seahawks, making a season-opening swing to America’s heartland, visit Iowa State Sunday for a 1 p.m., EST, pairing with the Cyclones of the Big 12 Conference at Hilton Coliseum in Ames.

In the first meeting between the two clubs late Friday, the Hawkeyes jumped out to a big lead and poured it on to delight a crowd of 15,293 at black and gold Carver-Hawkeye Arena.
“We just could not make a basket,” said fourth-year UNCW Head Coach Buzz Peterson. “They took us out of our offense in the first half and we tried to attack it with dribble drives. When that starts to happen, everything snowballs. “When the ball’s not falling, everything dominos on the other end. We’re a better ball club that we showed tonight. Iowa is a good basketball team, though, and they’re going to make some noise in the Big Ten.”

Sophomore transfer Jarrod Uthoff came off the bench to lead three Hawkeyes in double figures with 14 points on 5-of-8 shooting, Freshman guard Peter Jok and senior forward Aaron White added 11 and 10 points for Iowa, which bolted out to a 48-12 cushion at intermission.
Junior forward Cedrick Williams led all scorers with 15 points and added nine rebounds in a solid opening game for UNCW. Junior transfer Addison Spruill added 10 points in a reserve role for the Seahawks.

The Hawkeyes, ranked in the preseason top-25 in some polls, jumped on the cold shooting Seahawks quickly and capitalized on 13 first-half turnovers for a comfortable 26-point advantage at intermission. UNCW shot just 19.2 percent in the first 20 minutes and finished at 22.2 percent on 16-of-72 field goals on the night.

Fran McCaffery’s team scored the first nine points of the contest before Williams got the Seahawks on the board with a jumper at the 15:41 mark of the first period. But the Seahawks made just three of their first 16 field goal attempts to trail, 25-7, at the first media time out and the lead ballooned to 34-7 after the Hawkeyes completed a 24-3 run.

Iowa led, 35-12, with just over three minutes left in the first half and closed out the frame by scoring the final 13 points, including a triple by Roy Devyn Marble in the front of the Seahawk bench as time expired in the first half for a commanding 48-12 lead.

The Hawkeyes stretched the lead to as many as 47 points before the final verdict. A jump shot by Jok with 6:30 on the clock gave Iowa a 73-26 bulge before the Seahawks whittled away at the large lead in the final six minutes.

Williams, a third-year player from Murfreesboro, Tenn., was a bright spot for the Seahawks. He scored on a variety of shots, despite being in foul trouble most of the night. The 6-9 forward even drained his first career 3-pointer at the 8:20 mark of the first half with a laser from the right wing.

GAME NOTES: Iowa scored 42 of its 82 points in the paint…The Hawkeye bench contributed 49 points…UNCW had 13 turnovers in the first half, but committed just one miscue after the break…Cedrick Williams went 6-of-8 from the floor and the rest of the team connected on only 10-of-64 field goals…The Seahawks were a frosty 2-of-23 behind the arc…Iowa was whistled for just 10 personal fouls…All 11 players that dressed saw action and seven scored…UNCW’s three starting guards went a combined 3-for-24….The Seahawks dropped to 20-18 in season openers since turnover Division I in 1976-77…Coach Buzz Peterson now stands 1-3 in season openers during his four seasons at UNCW….Iowa had 12 blocks and seven dunks in the rout.


WILMINGTON, NC (UNCW) -– Kelly Bacon held game-high honors with 24 kills for Northeastern and UNCW’s Christi Laite had 22 as the Huskies edged the Seahawks, 3-2, Colonial Athletic Association volleyball match on Friday at Hanover Hall.

The Huskies improved to 16-9 overall and 8-3 in the league. The Seahawks, who dropped just their second home match of the season, fell to 16-9 and 5-6.

The match featured 31 tied scores, including 10 in the fifth and decisive set, and 13 lead changes. In the fifth set, NU held off the Seahawks, 22-20, to win the match.

UNCW closes out its home schedule on Nov. 10 with a 1 p.m. start against visiting Hofstra.
More detailed story will appear on UNCWsports.com later this evening.


WILMINGTON, NC (CFCC) -– Cape Fear Community College’s men’s basketball team lost to Richard Bland, 90-81, here Friday night in the first game of a two-day tournament.
It was the third loss in as many games for coach Ryan Mantlo’s squad.
Mantlo noted that the Sea Devils didn’t box out under the boards. “We didn’t do a good job tonight on the glass,” he said. “We have to do a better job of limiting opponents to one shot.”
Anthony Williams led Cape Fear with 25 points, followed by Demetres Abrams with 11.


Note: Elijah Wilson is a graduate of Laney High School.

AKRON, OH (CCU) — The Chanticleers of Coastal Carolina fell behind by 20-plus points in both the first and second halves on the road at the University of Akron but the team fought back on both occasions to cut the lead to under-10 but was unable to slow down the Zips. Freshman Elijah Wilson made his college debut with a game-high 15-point performance while hitting four-of-five from the free throw line.

The Zips used a tenacious full court press the entire game that cause a number of issues for CCU’s inexperienced back court. The Chants combined for 20 turnovers that led to 21 Akron points. The Chants defense stood strong forcing 17 Akron turnovers which turned into 15 points for the Chants.

The Zips edged the Chants on the boards 38-37 and used 14 offensive rebounds to convert 17 second-chance points.

Junior Warren Gills scored 11 points while graduate-transfer Eric Smith and junior college-transfer each added nine. Smith led the Chants with three assists and a pair of steals. Senior El Hadji Ndieguene picked up a team-high seven rebounds while scoring three points, Sophomore Tristian Curtis came off the bench to secure five rebounds and four points.

The Chants played 11 players in the game and all but two scored for CCU. The Chants had 10 players play at least 11 minutes in the game with Wilson leading the team with 33 minutes played.

The Zips were led by a quartet of scorers as Quincy Diggs, Jake Kretzer, Demetrius Treadwell and Nick Harney all scored in double-figures. Treadwell led all players with eight rebounds.

CCU shot 39.0 percent (23-59) from the field including 42.9 percent from three-point range (6-14). The Zips hit 42.4 percent (25-59) of their shots including 31.8 percent (7-22) from three-point range. Both teams struggled from the free throw line as the Chants hit 61.1 percent (11-18) and the Zips hit 57.7 percent (15-26).

The Zips opened the game with an 11-4 run that was capped by a Reggie McAdams three-pointer. Akron continued to push and eventually opened up a 36-15 lead with 5:37 left in the first half. The Chants responded with a 15-5 run that was capped by a three from Smith that was taken five feet beyond the three-point line. The Chants entered the break down 41-30.

A layup by Smith to open the scoring in the second half cut the Zips lead to nine but Akron would once again go on a run. A 14-0 run midway through the second pushed Akron’s lead to 23 points. With 8:18 to play the Chants used an 11-1 run to cut the Zips’ lead to 10 with 4:29 left. Cameron contributed five points to the run while Wilson had four. A layup by sophomore Michel Enanga cut the lead to eight with 2:15 to play but that would be as close as the Chants would get as free throws down the stretch kept the Zips in control.

Coastal will return to action this Monday at 7 p.m. for their home opener against Guilford College.


WILMINGTON, NC (CFCC)-– Coach Lori Drake’s Cape Fear Community College women’s basketball team won its second game of the young season in as many outings here Friday night with a 60-54 triumph over Hagerstown.
“I am proud of my team finding a way to hold on and win today,” Drake commented. “When things got tough, they battled even harder.”
Shakerya Morrison led the winners with 16 points and 13 rebounds plus three steals.
Kristina Rumplasch also collected 16 points and 8 boards.


WILMINGTON, NC (UNCW)-– Kelly Bacon held game-high honors with 24 kills for Northeastern and UNCW’s Christi Laite had 22 as the Huskies edged the Seahawks, 3-2, Colonial Athletic Association volleyball match on Friday at Hanover Hall.

The Huskies improved to 16-9 overall and 8-3 in the league. The Seahawks, who dropped just their second home match of the season, fell to 16-9 and 5-6.

The match featured 31 tied scores, including 10 in the fifth and decisive set, and 13 lead changes. In the fifth set, NU held off the Seahawks, 22-20, to win the match.

UNCW closes out its home schedule on Nov. 10 with a 1 p.m. start against visiting Hofstra.
More detailed story will appear on UNCWsports.com later this evening.


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