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Today's News

  • New Hanover County Sheriff’s Office squad wins charity roundball game

     Teams from the Brunswick County Sheriff's Office and New Hanover County Sheriff's Office competed in a charity basketball game last week at North Brunswick High School to support Relay for Life of Brunswick County. 

  • West Brunswick hosts news conference for new football coach

    Brett Hickman, the new head football coach at West Brunswick High School, spoke at a press conference and meet-and-greet event on Thursday, March 29, inside the school’s cafeteria. Hickman outlined his vision for the West Brunswick football squad in front of about 50 people, including family, current players and supporters of the program. 

  • PHOTOS: West Brunswick women's soccer

     Sports editor Sam Hickman's photos from West Brunswick's women's soccer game against New Hanover at M.H. Rourk Stadium in Shallotte. 

  • PHOTOS: North, South and West athletes compete at county track and field event

     Scroll through the slideshow to see photos from a March 30 track and field event at North Brunswick High School. 

  • PHOTOS: West Brunswick vs. North Brunswick baseball

     Scroll through the slideshow to see photos from West Brunswick's 4-0 victory over county rival North Brunswick on Thursday, March 29. 

  • Trojan baseball, softball squads poised for strong finishes

     There were high hopes for the baseball and softball teams at West Brunswick High School heading into the 2018 campaign.

    The baseball team was fresh off a 2017 season in which it advanced to the fourth round of the state playoffs before dropping an extra-inning thriller in Hampstead at conference foe Topsail.

    The softball squad reached the 3A East Regional finals before falling in a best-of-three series against powerhouse Orange.

    Needless to say, the expectations were through the roof as the teams opened their respective seasons this year.

  • Beeler shatters personal strikeout mark, whiffs 17 Scorpions

     SHALLOTTE - West Brunswick softball assistant coach Amanda Fields set several individual pitching records during her time pitching for the Trojans.

    If she hangs around much longer, she might have to watch as Morgan Beeler shatters those marks.

    Beeler set yet another personal best ledger with 17 strikeouts against North Brunswick in a 5-0 win on Thursday, March 29, in Shallotte.

    The junior right-hander yielded just three hits and one walk in seven innings as the Trojans seized an early lead and never looked back in the shutout victory.

  • Babson, McDowell carry Trojans to two conference wins

     West Brunswick entered the week before spring break with a 4-6 record and searching for a couple of victories over rivalry teams.

    The Trojans earned a pair of emphatic victories with an 11-1 win over South Brunswick in a six-inning game in Boiling Spring Lakes on March 27 before earning a 4-0 decision over North Brunswick at Mike Alderson Field in Shallotte on Thursday, March 29.

    Sophomore Tanner Babson and senior Owen McDowell combined for seven hits and three RBI in last week’s win over the Scorpions of North Brunswick.

  • Dolphins improve to 19-10 with road series win

     Brunswick Community College’s varsity baseball team continued its hot stretch with a road series win at Lenoir Community College last weekend.

    The Dolphins opened a Friday, March 30, doubleheader with a 10-7 victory in a slugfest.

    Chris Graham and Scottie McKeon led the way offensively for the Dolphins in the series opener. Graham finished 3-for-6 with a home run, RBI and two runs, while McKeon collected three base hits, an RBI and two runs scored.

  • Club Profile - Art League of Leland

    Contact: Candace Whitlock, candace@chuckwhitlock.com

    Information: artleagueofleland.org

    Meetings: First meeting 4 to 6 p.m. April 12 at Leland Cultural Arts Center, 1224 Magnolia Village Way, Leland. Meetings follow on the second Thursday of each month except July, August and December.

    Brunswick County artists will have a new opportunity to share ideas, learn from and encourage one another as part of the new Art League of Leland, a club that will be based at Leland Cultural Arts Center.