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Today's News

  • Sloup wins conference golf championship

     South Brunswick sophomore Ashley Sloup shot a 44 and won the Waccamaw Conference golf championship Oct. 17 at Lockwood Folly.

  • Trojans beat East Bladen 4-1 in soccer

         West Brunswick stayed in at least a tie for first place in the Waccamaw Conference by beating East Bladen 4-1 on Monday night at M.H. Rourk Stadium.

    Scottie Melvin and Luis Espinoza scored in the first half. A long kick by Nick Carozza set up the second goal.

  • ELECTION 2011: Early voting begins Thursday

    One-stop voting for the upcoming municipal elections will begin at 8:30 a.m. Thursday, Oct. 20, at the Brunswick County Board of Elections office in Bolivia.

    The 2011 municipal election is Tuesday, Nov. 8. Polls will be open from 6:30 a.m.-7:30 p.m. on Election Day.

    One-stop voting will run from Oct. 20 until Nov. 5.

    Registered voters can cast their ballots at the board of elections office, 75 Stamp Act Drive NE, Building H, in the Brunswick County Complex off Old Ocean Highway in Bolivia.

  • Oyster Festival Road Race

     Oyster Festival Road Race photos

  • BCC host to Coastal Classic

     The Brunswick Community College volleyball team was host to some of the top community college teams in the country in the BCC Coastal Classic over the weekend.

    In its first match, BCC played conference rival Cape Fear and lost 21-25, 25-19, 22-25, 16-25.

    BCC began strongly in the first set, taking a 7-1 lead behind the serving of Danielle Ellis. She had an ace in a 4-0 run, and Samantha Montgomery and Holly Brisson had kills.

  • Trojans beat North 3-0 in soccer

     West Brunswick beat North Brunswick 3-0 in a conference soccer game Oct. 13 at West.

    West scored in the 30th minute on an own goal and Luis Espinoza scored twice in the second half. His first goal came in the 53rd minute and the second in the 60th minute. Melvin had the first assist and Connor Johnston had the second assist.

    Josh Upchurch had five saves and was the winning goalkeeper.

  • South sweeps conference titles in tennis

     

    Three games from a defeat in two sets, South Brunswick’s doubles team rallied for a three-set victory and won the Waccamaw Conference tennis championship Oct. 13 at the Ocean Isle Beach Park Tennis Center.

    Cali Hitt and Brooke Munroe beat Mary Britt Nelson and Penny Watts 3-6, 7-5, 6-4.

    The victory completed a sweep on the conference titles for the Cougars, as Summer Phillips beat Jordan Sanchez in straight sets to win the singles title.

  • South volleyball team wins conference

      The South Brunswick High School volleyball team won the Waccamaw Conference championship Oct. 13 by beating county rival West Brunswick before a full house on its home court 28-26, 25-20, 25-17.

    South gained the No. 1 seed from the conference for the North Carolina High School Athletic Association state playoffs, which begin Oct. 22. Pairings will be posted at the NCHSAA website.

    West finished 10-2 in the conference and will be the No. 2 seed. It will play a home game on Saturday in the first round of the playoffs (TBA).

  • A well-kept secret of beauty in Brunswick County

     WACCAMAW RIVER—Life on the Waccamaw River and in the swamp is one of solitude, peace, tranquility and an oneness with nature.

    It’s almost indescribable to those who have never been there. People who know it, say there is no place quite like it.

    It is a place where time does not matter. You rise by the glow of the sun and sleep by the shimmer of the moon.

  • N.C. Supreme Court justices to hear David v. Jolly matter Traffic court up and running despite legal battle

     The legal battle between District Attorney Jon David and Chief District Judge Jerry Jolly is scheduled to be heard in the North Carolina Supreme Court on Tuesday, Oct. 18.

    What began as a dispute over administrative traffic court has now become a battle over the legality of Jolly’s actions.

    Traffic court resumed last month.

    The disagreement goes back to April, when Jolly issued an administrative order halting traffic court.