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Today's News

  • PGA concludes club championship

    Results Sept. 15 at Meadowlands of the second round of the PGA club championship. Net, championship flight: Bill Russell 65, Tim Biser 66, John Calabrese, Rocco Gangemi, Bob Davis 69. A flight: Rich Reinecke 66, Wil Garvin 69, Bill Kasper 70, Don Clark 72, Steve Jones 73. Closest to pin at 3, Hal Moore; at 6 and 17, Rocco Gangemi, at 12, Bob Davis; at 15, Rich Michaels. Gross: Bill Russell, 78.

  • Sandpiper Bay plays club championship

    The annual Sandpiper Bay Golf and Country Club Championship was played Sept. 14 and Sept. 16.
    Both women’s and men’s champions were determined as well as flight champions. The following are the results of these contests.

  • Golf action

    The Beachcombers played a two-man team, one low net tournament Friday at The Pearl. The winners with a score of 60 were Larry Cecil and Gary Gutheil. Second went to Russ Russo and Jim Beairsto with a 61. Tied for third at 64 were Stu Cleveland and Dick Cecil; Bob Byrne and Bob Brownley. Lowest gross were Reese Evans 78, Jim Beairsto 88 and Hal Riebesehl 89. Lowest nets were Larry Cecil 64, Jim Beairsto 65, Bob Brownley and Hal Riebesehl 66, Reese Evans and Russ Russo 69. Larry Cecil was voted golfer of the week.

  • Tournament of Champions—stronger each year

    It all began back in 2002 when I first started writing this column. I’d been playing golf for years and writing for magazines and newspapers for years. That year, my two favorite things merged and suddenly I was a golf columnist for the Brunswick Beacon.  

  • It’s time to go: ‘Gentlemen, start your catfish’

    Those are the time-appropriate words spoken by my Grandpa Mac. He grew up in the Mississippi woods, and I’m quite sure there was some form of sanctioned catfish racing.  And you may well imagine, you had better be ready when standing in the starting blocks of a catfish race.

  • After absence, speckled trout are hitting

    Fall fishing is here, and that means for Brunswick County anglers it is time to gather bait and head to the water. The change in the weather became apparent last weekend when the first real cold front moved through and fall officially arrives tomorrow.
    Reports are good for redfish and flounder, and there have been some spot runs on our local piers. Most encouraging, some nice speckled trout have been caught after a long summer when they were mostly absent.

  • McCumbee wins Bill France Four Crown Award

    BY COURTNEY McGARRY
    SPECIAL TO THE BEACON
    Chad McCumbee didn’t get what he wanted Saturday at the Salem Speedway, but he got what his ModSpace team needed.
    A ninth-place finish in the Kentuckiana Ford Dealers Fall Classic by Federated Car Care was enough to clinch the Bill France Four Crown title for McCumbee and Andy Belmont Racing.

  • Community briefs

    Arts council seeks applications
    Brunswick Arts Council is accepting applications through Oct. 1 for its 11th annual fall exhibition Oct. 17-29 at Franklin Square Gallery.
    A reception is open to the public from 2-4 p.m. Sunday, Oct. 23.
    All Brunswick County residents 18 years and older submitting two-dimensional, three-dimensional and photography or members of Brunswick Arts Council, Oak Island Art Guild, Associated Artists of Southport, Waterway Art Association and Coastal Camera Club, are eligible to enter.

  • Education briefs

    Help Bolivia school win contest
    Bolivia Elementary School has been in heated competition with schools nationwide since July 15. The Paper Mate Company, through Facebook, is offering three schools throughout the country an opportunity to win $10,000.00 in Paper Mate supplies.

  • CIS gala provides scholarships

    Each year, Communities in Schools of Brunswick County Inc. (CIS) awards $1,000 scholarships to graduating seniors at each of the county’s five high schools. Last year, 22 students received help with their tuition and nine were the first in their families to attend college. The total amount of scholarships awarded by CIS was more than $83,000.