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Today's News

  • Shallotte Dixie Youth Opening Day
  • BCC sweeps three-game series with Wake Tech

     The Brunswick Community College baseball team opened a weekend series with Wake Tech by winning 6-2 in nine innings on Saturday afternoon.

    Winning pitcher Michael Green (5-1) gave up six hits and two runs in seven innings. He walked six and struck out four. Conor Schassler pitched a perfect final two innings.

  • North Brunswick’s Zacek throws ‘strange’ no-hitter against South Columbus

     LELAND—David Zacek threw a six-inning no-hitter as North Brunswick beat South Columbus 11-1 March 29.

     “It was kind of a strange performance,” North coach Randy Fennell said. Zacek “cruised through the first,” Fennell said, but in the second inning, “his demeanor looked liked he was a totally different person.”

    Zacek walked four batters, giving South Columbus its only run. Zack eventually ended the inning with no more runs, but not before Fennell had talked to him.

  • Shallotte Police look for missing woman

    The Shallotte Police Department is searching for 19-year-old Courtney Lutria Landrum. She often goes by the name Lutria and is from Ash.

    She was last heard from on March 30 at 3 a.m. by cell phone. She is described as a bi-racial female weighing about 200 pounds and standing five feet five inches tall. She has brown hair and brown eyes.

  • Youth volleyball club celebrates season

     The Brunswick Juniors Volleyball Club had an end-of-season celebration March 25 at Cape Fear Academy.

    “The club was established to offer volleyball opportunities for girls ages 12-18 from all areas and walks of life,” said Melissa Everitt, the club founder. “Even though we were named Brunswick Juniors, we pulled girls into the club from all over this area, including North Myrtle Beach, Pender County, Topsail and many from Wilmington. We practiced and held tournaments at the BCC Fitness Center. It was a great setup.”

  • BCC coach Burke nominated for YMCA Achievement Award

      Ashlyn Burke, head women’s basketball coach and assistant athletics director for Brunswick Community College, has been nominated for a YWCA Women of Achievement Award.

  • Tyler Zeller to play in all-star game at BCC

     

    ACC Men’s Basketball Player of the Year Tyler Zeller and the ACC All-Stars will play a team of local basketball all-stars 7:30 p.m. April 5 at the Dinah E. Gore Fitness & Aquatics Center gym on the Brunswick Community College campus.

    The ACC All-Stars include Duke’s Miles Plumlee, N.C. State’s C.J. Williams and UNC seniors. The ACC All-Stars will face a Brunswick County All-Star team (roster below).

  • Detention officer fired, arrested for drug possession

    BOLIVIA—A detention officer at the Brunswick County Detention Center was arrested for drug possession Wednesday and fired immediately following his arrest.

    Brunswick County Sheriff’s Office spokesman Sgt. Del Routh said Bryan Marshburn, 56, of 55 Burton Road, Southport, was arrested and charged by agents with the sheriff’s office vice narcotics unit Wednesday, March 28.

  • Sweet six for West Brunswick’s Carla Zio in 7-1 victory over South Brunswick

    BOILING SPRING LAKES—West Brunswick sophomore Carla Zio scored six straight goals as the Trojans beat South Brunswick 7-1 in a conference game March 28.

    “It was a major accomplishment for our girls (to beat South),” coach Laura Hickman said, “especially the seniors—they have been waiting four years for this moment.”

    West coaches said they know of no other county soccer player who has scored six straight goals in a game.

  • Pre-K registration is still open for 2012-2013

    If you missed Brunswick County’s N.C. Pre-K countywide registration, you can still apply for the 2012-2013 school year.
    N.C. Pre-Kindergarten applications are available at Smart Start of Brunswick County, 5140 Sellers St. in Shallotte, or at the following NCPK sites: Brunswick Community College Early Childhood Education Center, Earth Angels Educational Center, For Kids Only, Kids Connection, Kids World Learning Center, Kids World Academy, Little Sandpipers Learning Center I, Long Beach Academy, Longwood Head Start, Piney Grove Head Start, Specnine and Tiny Tots.