Community Sports

  • Sports briefs
    Weekly Scores for Planet Fun Planet Fun Classic: Tommy Gutierrez 258-254-247-759, Terry Decker 269-236-221-726, Jeffrey Evans 259-237-206-702, Rick LaChance 232-212-205-649, Brian McCall 238-204-624, Kelly Mintz 233-203-611, John King 222-215-605, Garry Marion 234-603, Dennis Nicholl 229-202-603, Bryan Warner 213-212-602, Anne Decker 201-573, Joyce Freeman 192-541, Darlene Anuszewski 485, Tim Clendenin 246, Charles Wilbur 225-205, George Jacobs 214-205, Dennis Horne 212-208, Mike Fulwood 210, Gary Armistead 209, Thurston Etheridge 205, Zachary Bailey 204.
  • Roger Bacon Academy cheer squad wins national title
    BY BRAD BARTH SPECIAL TO THE BEACON ORLANDO, Fla.—Precise movements, school spirit, contagious enthusiasm, vocal articulation, spiraling jumps, unbelievable stunts, team pyramids, individual safety and crowd appeal are all part of what are intensely scrutinized by five national Pop Warner cheerleading judges. The cheerleading teams only get one shot to show their stuff.
  • Chamber of Commerce wins Corporate Challenge
    The Corporate Challenge Bowling League, organized by Planet Fun and the Brunswick County Chamber of Commerce, concluded its 2011 season with a bowl off Dec. 6 at Planet Fun among the first-and second-place finishers from each session this season. The three finalists were The Brunswick County Chamber of Commerce, Shallotte Rotary and Home & Garden Pest Solutions.
  • Brunswick bowlers win gold in Special Olympics
    STAFF REPORT Brunswick County bowlers won three gold medals and a silver medal in the Special Olympics North Carolina Bowling Tournament Dec. 4. The event for the eastern part of the state took place in Durham, the central part of the state in Greensboro and the western part of the state in Newton. In Durham, nearly 300 Special Olympics North Carolina athletes competed and many coaches and volunteers supported the event, according to Keith L. Fishburne, Special Olympics North Carolina president/CEO.
  • Sports calendar
    West Varsity sports calendar Dec. 16: West Bladen basketball at West. 6:30 p.m. Dec 17: West wrestling at St. James tournament Dec. 19: West basketball at North Myrtle Beach. Dec. 28-30: West boys basketball at Cox Mill tournament
  • Hunters need to practice boating safety
    The Home from the Hunt campaign of the N.C. Wildlife Resources Commission is reminding waterfowl hunters who hunt from a boat to practice boating safety and hunting safety. “Statistics show more hunters die from hypothermia and drowning than gunshot wounds,” said Maj. Chris Huebner, the state boating safety coordinator. “Hypothermia is the loss of body heat and, left untreated, can prove fatal. Exposure to extreme cold, such as being in cold water or wearing wet clothes in cold conditions, can increase the chance of hypothermia.”
  • West JV boys win 2 of 3
    STAFF REPORT The West Brunswick junior varsity boys’ basketball team won two of three games last week. The Trojans (3-1) beat North Myrtle Beach 33-27 on Nov. 29. Demaria Evans scored nine points, Saadiq Johnson six and Shermonde Fulwood five. “I thought we played pretty well,” coach Jason Younts said. “It was a pretty evenly matched game. We did a good job in the third quarter extending our lead, which allowed us to maintain control of the game.
  • Sports briefs
    West Varsity sports calendar Times approximate for basketball Dec. 9: Basketball vs. Whiteville, 6:30 p.m. Dec. 10: Caleb Hawkins Memorial Wrestling Tournament, all day at West. Dec. 13: West basketball at North, 6 p.m. West wrestling vs. North, 7 p.m. Weekly Scores for Planet Fun
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  • Cedar Grove finishes unbeaten in boys’ soccer
    Using the motto of “one team,” the Cedar Grove Middle School soccer team finished the season 8-0. “In my 22-year coaching career in Brunswick County, this is my first 8-0 championship team,” coach Marty Mentzer said. She has won at least 10 championships and one team finished 7-0. “‘One team’ exemplified the way this team played together,” she said. “We scored 31 goals by eight different players and only allowed three goals scored against us all season.”