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Community Sports

  • Registration open for county Senior Games
    This year is the 23rd anniversary of Brunswick County Senior Games and SilverArts. These events are open to all Brunswick County residents age 55 and over. The event has a dual focus and provides both athletic and SilverArts competition. The games begin April 6 with opening ceremonies at Town Creek Park and are completed on May 19 with a medals ceremony at the Brunswick County Cooperative Center. Deadline to register is March 11.
  • Bowling news
    Planet Fun Planet Fun Classic: Lee Olson 269-268-247-784, Chris Arcaro 246-241-234-721, Avery Brewer 258-227-225-710, Jonathan Lowery 239-234-671, Rick LaChance 278-667, Gary Armistead 227-223-204-654, Terry Decker 258-213-652, Samuel Champion 235-214-648, Mike Workman 247-210-644, Michael Ward 246-637, Jeffrey Evans 238-233-636, Sam Harris 246-609, Kelly Mintz 233, Dennis Nichols 219, Don Ruth 216-201, George Jacobs 213, Dick Lehrer 211, Frank Paolicelli 203, Joseph Johnson 202, Jeff Harrelson 202, Len Mishue 200.
  • Bowling news
    Planet Fun Classic: Avery Brewer 259-257-223-739, Terry Decker 248-232-223-703, Michael Ward 247-222-218-687, Chris Arcaro 247-233-203-683, Rick LaChance 267-212-657, Sam Harris 264-203-643, Brian McCall 236-201-634, George Jacobs 275-203-634, Don Ruth 242-229-626, Mike Workman 246-625, Jonathan Lowery 252-622, Jeffrey Evans 218-603, T. J. Thornton 222-214, Gary Armistead 222, Len Mishue 211, Dick Lehrer 208-204, Lee Olson 207, Samuel Champion 205, Ron Decker 205, Dennis Nichols 204-200, Jeff Harrelson 201.
  • Sports calendar
    BCTA YOUTH TENNIS TOURNEY FEB. 19 Brunswick County Tennis Association is sponsoring a youth tennis tournament Feb. 19 at Ocean Isle Beach Tennis Center. The format will include youth singles and doubles competition for ages 5 through 18 and a doubles division for adult/youth. The rain date is Feb. 26. You can register by clicking on tournaments at bcta.net. The registration deadline is Feb. 12. The cost is $10 for single events and an extra $5 for multiple events. 
  • Bowling news
    BRUNSWICK COUNTY BOWLING CENTER McDonald’s Amusement Classic, Jan. 24: Chris Mcfee 226, 236, 262, 742; Demaris Lance 216, 234, 226, 676; Craig Croom 198, 276, 197, 671; Milton Williams 279; Dawn Clardy 215, 215, 596; Dar Anuszewski 222, 185, 553. Tony Russo Sr., Jan. 25: Theron Johnson 213, 237, 607; Jerry Owen 166, 192, 215, 573; Huey Hughes 194, 162, 201, 557; Tom Haley 204; Bernice Thergesen 182, 442; Lois Ramsey 154, 430; Bobbie Henry 176; Marilyn Laurie 162; Lee North 162.
  • Bowling news
    BRUNSWICK COUNTY BOWLING CENTER SCORES McDonalds’ Amusement Classic, Jan. 17: Keith Croom 222, 246, 258, 726 series; Wayne Branch 252, 195, 244, 691 series; Marvin Hedgspeth 203, 221, 257, 681 series; Steve Keifer 256; Dawn Clardy 189, 222, 577 series; Karen Moshoures 186, 192, 554 Series; Dar Anuszewski 175.
  • Calabash VFW dart league
    The Calabash VFW steel tip dart league results for Jan. 11. First: Barbara Ketcham and Lee Harrison. Second: Joe Lenz and Hank Olson. Third: Mike Walton and Joan Elmire. On Jan. 18, Ken Yusko, Ken Anderson and Pete McGerr were first. Second: Dianne Larrowe, Hank Olson and Tom McCormack. Third: Darleen Riley, Joan Elmire and Pat Perryman.
  • Simmons is tied for lead in blocks
     Cedric Simmons scored 11 points and had 11 rebounds (eight defensive) as Kavla lost 76-59 Jan. 22 in Greece professional basketball league game. He played a team-leading 36 minutes. Simmons is second in the 14-team league in rebounds per game (9.4) and tied for the lead in blocks per game (1.9). Kavala is 7-7 and tied for fourth.
  • Bowling news
    BRUNSWICK COUNTY BOWLING CENTER McDonald’s Amusement Classic, Dec. 20: Bob Prevatt 234, 209, 255, 698 series; Dennis Harpster 202, 277, 658 series; Eric Jenrette 248, 226, 653 series; Karen Moshoures 183, 205, 214, 602 series; Dar Anuszewski 210.
  • Bobcats honored with NSCAA Team Ethics Award
    The Lees-McRae College women’s soccer team has been honored by the National Soccer Coaches Association of America (NSCAA) for its sportsmanship and ethical play during the 2010 season, coach Cally Morrill said Friday. Two former West Brunswick High School soccer players are on the team: junior Mary Dorn and sophomore Monica Young.