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Today's News

  • Former Wilmington assistant named Carolina Shores administrator

    Mike Hargett, a former assistant city administrator in Wilmington, has been named Carolina Shores’ new town administrator, according to a press release issued Monday.

    Hargett replaces former administrator Linda Herncane, who retired Feb. 1. His duties begin Feb. 14.

  • VIDEO County wrestling championships, Matt Craven

     At 119 pounds in the county wrestling championships, South Brunswick senior Matt Craven (35-4) won a first-round match by fall over North’s Steve Ercole. Craven won the championship by beating West senior Dillon Aubrey 5-0. Aubrey won a first-round match by fall over North’s Steve Ercole.

    Craven was one of five wrestlers to successfully defend their titles. He also was one of nine South wrestlers to win a title. See story on this website.

  • VIDEO County wrestling championships, Stephen Ikalowych

     South Brunswick senior Stephen Ikalowych, left, is the county wrestling champion at 171 pounds. Ikalowych (37-2) also was named one of the wrestlers of the year. 

  • VIDEO INCLUDED County wrestling championships

     South Brunswick wrestlers won nine titles and West Brunswick wrestlers won four titles in the annual county wrestling championships Saturday at West.

    West junior Ronnie Dellinger and South senior Stephen Ikalowych were named wrestlers of the year.

    At 103 pounds, Dellinger (31-1) defended his championship by fall in 45 seconds over South junior Steven Von Voight.

    Dellinger’s only loss this season was to a wrestler ranked No. 2 in Class 4A, West wrestling coach Jimmy Caraway said.

  • North’s girls defeat South Brunswick

     LELAND—Tyera Fisher scored 26 points as North Brunswick beat South Brunswick 63-41 in a conference basketball game Friday.

    Barbara Graham scored 13 points, Daja White 11 and Jolanda White 8 for North, 9-1 in the conference, 14-4 overall.

    The victory completed a sweep of the four regular-season games against West Brunswick and South Brunswick.

    For South, winless in the conference, 3-15 overall, Kacy O’Connor scored 16 points.

    North’s defense led the Scorpions to a first-quarter lead of 19-9.

  • South’s boys beat North Brunswick

     LELAND—South Brunswick outscored North Brunswick 10-0 at the start of the third quarter and went on to beat the Scorpions 55-40 in a conference boys’ basketball game Friday at North.

    The victory completed a regular-season sweep of four games against West Brunswick and North Brunswick.

    For the Cougars (6-4, 10-8), Edward Reid scored 18 points, Montez Loman 15 and Terrell Stanley 11.

    For the Scorpions (3-7, 8-10), Jeremy Young scored 9 points.

  • Countywide talent show Saturday

    "A Talent Spotlight," the countywide talent show featuring acts from four area high schools, will take the stage this weekend.

    The noncompetitive talent showcase will begin at 7 p.m. Saturday, Feb. 5, at Odell Williamson Auditorium on the Brunswick Community College Campus. Winning acts from recent talent shows at West Brunswick, South Brunswick, North Brunswick and Early College high schools will perform.

    Admission is $5 at the door. Children 6 and younger will be admitted free.

  • South Brunswick catcher Brendle signs with BCC

     South Brunswick High School senior baseball player Ryan Brendle signed a letter of intent Feb. 2 to play baseball for Brunswick Community College. He will be a catcher for the Dolphins.

    Present at the signing were his mom and dad. Also in attendance were BCC baseball coach Robbie Allen and Cougar baseball coach Lee Shelton.

    “The college is close to home,” Ryan Brendle said, “and Coach Allen is great. He is in need of a catcher because the catcher from last year (is going) to Coastal Carolina.”

  • VIDEO INCLUDED Jasmine Jackson scores 29 points in Trojan victory over West Bladen

      Jasmine Jackson made two free throws in the final 9.3 seconds and West Brunswick overcame injuries to two players in the final 2 minutes to beat West Bladen 61-59 Feb. 3 in a conference basketball game.

    Jackson scored a season-high 29 points and had 24 rebounds. She also had six steals, two assists and one blocked shot.

    Kayla Padgett scored 21 points and had 14 rebounds. She also had two steals and two blocked shots.

  • Three South Brunswick football players sign letters of intent

     BOILING SPRING LAKES—Three South Brunswick High School football players signed national letters of intent Feb. 2 in the school library.

    Terrell Stanley will be going to East Carolina University as a defensive tackle for the Pirates. Cam Scott will be heading across the country to Reedley College in California, located just outside of Fresno, and will be a wide receiver for the Tiger football program. Devante Stanley will travel up Interstate 40 and on over to Raleigh to play linebacker for the Saint Augustine’s Falcons.