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  • BCC Dolphins defeat Cape Fear in overtime

    By Shannon Leslie
    Beacon Correspondent
    The Brunswick Community College Dolphins’ men’s basketball team beat rival Cape Fear Community College 90-76 in overtime on Saturday.
    The Dolphins started strong at the Dinah E. Gore Fitness and Aquatics Center gym and led by as many as nine points in the first half.
    Cape Fear stormed back and tied the score at the half. The second half was a back-and-forth nail biter to the end of regulation. In overtime, the Dolphins scored quickly and took control, never letting Cape Fear gain any momentum.

  • BCC beats Johnston Jaguars 73-61

     The Brunswick Community College men’s basketball team beat Johnston Community College 73-61 Jan. 16 at the Dinah E. Gore Fitness & Aquatics Center gym.

    For BCC (12-6), Quinton Morrow scored 27 points, Cam Jones 10 and Montez Loman nine.

    Other BCC scorers: MaKenzi Kurvits-Statum 3, Tre’ Francisco 2, D.J. Rowell 2, Darrion Eastmon 5, Khari Faison 6, Demarkus Forbes 3, Kenny Jackson 6.

  • BCC sweeps Cape Fear in two thrillers

     

    By Shannon Leslie

    Beacon Correspondent

    The Brunswick Community College Dolphins’ men’s basketball team beat rival Cape Fear Community College 90-76 in overtime on Saturday.

  • Lady Dolphins give gifts, take victory

    Generosity was short-lived for Brunswick Community College’s women’s basketball team during its venture into international basketball on Jan. 3.
    The Lady Dolphins gave the Australian Traveling Team gifts and then took the ball away 26 times on their way to a 73-47 win.
    BCC’s players gave the visiting Aussies each a 6-inch long stuffed-animal dolphin, some blue and some gray, as a souvenir. The guests were also welcomed with the playing of the Australian national anthem before “The Star Spangled Banner.”

  • BCC battles team to final minute

    By Sarah Sue Ingram
    Beacon Correspondent
    Brunswick Community College’s men’s basketball team took undefeated and nationally sixth-ranked Palm Beach State down to the wire before falling 78-72 in the M&M Mini Storage Holiday Basketball Classic on Dec. 18.
    After getting manhandled in the first half, the Dolphins came out of the locker room with a vengeance—and a full-court press that stymied the Panthers.

  • Lenoir beats Lady Dolphins on last-second layup

     Dominique Graham made a steal and a layup in the final seconds to give Lenoir Community College a stunning 63-62 victory over Brunswick Community College in an NJCAA Division II Region 10 basketball opener Dec. 3.

    BCC had taken a 62-61 lead on a running jump shot by Tyesha McLean with about 18 seconds left in the game at the Dinah E. Gore Fitness & Aquatics Center gym. BCC was inbounding the ball in the final seconds of an apparent victory when Graham made the steal and scored.

  • BCC beats Wilkes in volleyball

    The Brunswick Community College volleyball team beat Wilkes 25-8, 25-9, 25-23 on Oct. 8. Crystal Hicks had seven kills and four blocks. Miriah Milliken had seven assists. Kristen Love and Breana Gause had five aces. Griffin Hewett had three kills, three aces and three digs. Jennette Taylor had four aces.
    The same day, BCC lost to Catawba Valley 9-25, 18-25, 10-25. Brittany Spivey had three kills. Crystal Hicks had three kills and four blocks. Shanita Hampton had three kills.

  • Exhausted Dolphins lose in title game

         The Brunswick Community College baseball team reached the title game of the NJCAA Division II Region 10 championship tournament by beating Lenoir 4-3 Monday morning but the Dolphins’ season ended in a 10-1 loss that afternoon to Catawba Valley Community College.

    BCC (33-22) had to beat Catawba twice to advance to the NJCAA World Series. But Catawba scored three runs in the first inning in taking a 3-1 lead and Catawba’s Plyler hit a three-run home run in the third in extending the lead to 7-1.

  • BCC splits doubleheader, will open region tourney Friday

    Staff Report

    The Brunswick Community College baseball team split a region doubleheader Saturday at Danville, Va., winning the first game 6-4 in nine innings and losing the second 4-1 in seven innings.
    In the first game, each team made four errors. BCC finished with 12 hits. Alex Sasser was 2-for-4 with two RBIs. Josh Hardwick, Jonathan Corbett, Tyler Ruffin and Matthew Archer each had two hits. Hardwick hit a triple and scored in BCC’s two-run eighth inning, which gave it a 6-3 lead.

  • BCC splits with Salkehatchie, Pitt

     Michael Green threw a nine-inning three-hitter but the Brunswick Community College baseball team lost 1-0 to USC Salkehatchie in the first game of a nonconference doubleheader Saturday.

    Green struck out five, hit one and walked one (the first batter he faced).

    USC scored its run in the top of the ninth on a single, a stolen base, a sacrifice bunt and a sacrifice fly.

    The Dolphins loaded the bases in the eighth with two outs and in the ninth with one out but were unable to score.

    In the eighth, the inning ended on a line out.