Today's Sports

  • Trojans second in Alderson’s...

    SHALLOTTE — Around 10 p.m. Wednesday, April 23, on a mild spring night at the West Brunswick baseball field, Trojan coach Mike Alderson handed the Touchstone Energy Beach Diamond Invitational championship trophy to the Richmond Raiders. In the next few weeks, baseball fans in this area will be giving Alderson a different kind of championship sendoff, whether formal or informal, whether in public or in private. The thanks may be as simple as a handshake or a wave, as sincere as a pat on the shoulder or a whisper or a hug.

  • Hunter Allen drives in winning...

     Hunter Allen drove in what proved to be the winning run in the bottom of the eighth inning as East Carolina University beat the University of North Carolina 3-2 Tuesday, April 22.

    With one out and runners on third and second, Allen singled to left center field, driving a run that put ECU ahead 3-1.

    Allen, a junior shortstop, finished 2-for-4 with one RBI. He also had two putouts and three assists.

    Allen is a West Brunswick graduate who played two years at Brunswick Community College.

  • West’s Zio scores 100th career...

     LELAND — When someone reaches a sports milestone, the player usually asks her coaches and teammates to sign the game ball.

    Instead of autographs, Carla Zio just got a nose print on hers.

    The star scorer became the first player in West Brunswick High School history to score 100 goals last Thursday after she recorded six in a 9-0 win over North Brunswick.

    After the victory and with her Trojan teammates all around, coach Brian Quinn ceremoniously gave Zio the game ball.

  • Trojans beat South in softball

     BOILING SPRING LAKES — West Brunswick beat South Brunswick 16-1 in a conference softball game Friday, April 18, at South.

    Leilani Emile and Caroline Gore each hit two-run home runs as West finished with 15 hits. The Trojans improved to 8-2 in the conference.

    Maddi Emmons was the winning pitcher, giving up one hit in the seven-inning game. She walked three, hit one and struck out 11.

  • BCC loses twice to Rockingham

     Rockingham Community College beat Brunswick Community College 2-1 in nine innings and 9-2 in seven innings in region baseball games Friday, April 18, at Founders Field.

    In the 2-1 loss, BCC starter Jimmy Boyd gave up four hits and one run seven innings in a no-decision. He walked one and struck out five.

    Rockingham scored the winning run on a two-out error in the top of the ninth when two BCC outfielders bumped into each fielding a flyball and the ball dropped out of the glove of one of the outfielders.

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  • Scorpions’ Terrance Brown signs...

     LELAND — North Brunswick High School senior Terrance Brown signed a letter of intent Thursday, April 17, to attend Brunswick Community College and play basketball.

    Brown had many proud moments in evening games at North, but the highlight of his career was Thursday morning in the library at North.

    “Really, it’s just this signing,” he said. “That’s the best thing that’s happened to me all  year. I’m really looking forward to (BCC).”

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  • Trojans beat Cougars in baseball

      BOILING SPRING LAKES — West Brunswick beat South Brunswick 6-3 in a Mideastern Conference baseball game Friday, April 11, a South.

    West, which finished with 11 hits, improved to 5-4 in the conference, 9-7 overall.

    South, held to three hits by three Trojan pitchers, dropped to 0-8 in the conference, 1-12 overall.

  • South sweeps conference tennis...

     South Brunswick swept the singles and doubles championships in the Mideastern 3A Conference tennis championships Thursday, April 10, at the Ocean Isle Beach Park Tennis Center.

    Caleb Stanley beat teammate Joey Kronenwetter 6-2, 6-1 in winning the singles title.

    Stanley reached the final by beating West Brunswick’s Cameron Huffman 6-0, 6-0.

    Kronenwetter reached the final by beating Topsail’s Patrick Hayes 3-6, 6-3, 6-3.