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  • BCC splits weekend doubleheader with Surry

     On Saturday in Dobson, the Brunswick Community College baseball team beat Surry Community College 5-1 in nine innings and lost 6-5 in seven innings.

    In the first game, Bryson Benton was 3-for-5 with two RBIs. He hit a two-run home run in the fourth inning in giving BCC a 3-0 lead. Tyler Ruffin was 2-for-4 with two RBIs. Jonathan Corbett was 2-for-5 with one RBI. He and Ruffin drove in runs in the seventh inning as BCC took a 5-1 lead.

    Winning pitcher Michael Green gave up six hits and one run in 8.2 innings. He walked two and struck out seven.

  • BCC sweeps Rockingham

    Aaron Champion threw a seven-inning four-hitter as the Brunswick Community College baseball team swept a doubleheader Saturday against Rockingham Community College, winning the first game 14-6 in seven innings and the second game 8-0 behind Champion’s four-hitter.
    Champion, a left-hander, struck out two and walked one.
    Alex Sasser was 2-for-3 with two RBIs. Ryan Hill was 1-for-2 with two RBIs.
    In the first game, the Dolphins scored five runs in the fifth inning in taking a 7-4 lead. BCC scored three in the sixth and four in the seventh to end the game.

  • BCC sweeps doubleheader from Rockingham

     Aaron Champion threw a seven-inning four-hitter as the Brunswick Community College baseball team swept a doubleheader Saturday against Rockingham Community College, winning the first game 14-6 in seven innings and the second game 8-0 behind Champion’s four-hitter.

    Champion, a left-hander, struck out two and walked one.

    Alex Sasser was 2-for-3 with two RBIs. Ryan Hill was 1-for-2 with two RBIs.

  • Tyler Zeller to play in local all-star game at BCC

    Staff Report

    ACC Men’s Basketball Player of the Year Tyler Zeller and the ACC All-Stars will play a team of local basketball all-stars 7:30 p.m. April 5 at the Dinah E. Gore Fitness & Aquatics Center gym on the Brunswick Community College campus.
    The ACC All-Stars include Duke’s Miles Plumlee, N.C. State’s C.J. Williams and UNC seniors. The ACC All-Stars will face a Brunswick County All-Star team (roster below).

  • BCC coach nominated for YMCA award

    Staff Report

    Ashlyn Burke, head women’s basketball coach and assistant athletics director for Brunswick Community College, has been nominated for a YWCA Women of Achievement Award.

  • BCC sweeps three-game series with Wake Tech

     The Brunswick Community College baseball team opened a weekend series with Wake Tech by winning 6-2 in nine innings on Saturday afternoon.

    Winning pitcher Michael Green (5-1) gave up six hits and two runs in seven innings. He walked six and struck out four. Conor Schassler pitched a perfect final two innings.

  • BCC coach Burke nominated for YMCA Achievement Award

      Ashlyn Burke, head women’s basketball coach and assistant athletics director for Brunswick Community College, has been nominated for a YWCA Women of Achievement Award.

  • North Brunswick’s Reed, Zacek sign with BCC baseball

     LELAND—North Brunswick High School seniors Dylan Reed and David Zacek signed letters of intent March 20 to attend Brunswick Community College and play baseball.

    Reed, the son of David and Janet Reed, is a pitcher and third baseman. Zacek, the son of David and Shelley Zacek, is a left-handed pitcher and outfielder. They were members of the Scorpion team last year that reached the Eastern Regional in the North Carolina High School Athletic Association Class 2A state playoffs.

  • BCC, Lakeland split baseball games with dramatic endings

     The Brunswick Community College and Lakeland Community College (Kirtland, Ohio) baseball teams played a doubleheader March 14 with dramatic endings.

    In the first game, Laker freshman first baseman Drew Kissinger used all of his 6-foot-2, 215-pound frame in lofting a three-run home run to deep center field—the final three runs in a 10-run seventh-inning rally and a 14-12 victory.

  • BCC’s Michael Green throws second straight no-hitter

     Michael Green’s bid for a second straight perfect game ended when he hit the first Patrick Henry Community College batter he faced Saturday, but by the end of the eighth inning he had completed a second straight no-hitter. Until his last two starts, Green had never thrown a no-hitter.

    BCC (9-5) beat the Patriots 9-1 in eight innings, and Green struck out seven batters.

    Green, a sophomore who has signed with Winthrop University, threw a five-inning perfect game on March 4. Against Patrick Henry, Green walked three and hit two.