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Today's Sports

  • Norris boys snag trout and...

     Hunter Norris and his father Lee, both of the Piedmont area, show off the keeper trout they caught while fishing with Capt. Buster Gillis of Buster’s Outdoors Guide Service. The Norrises and Gillis reeled in 12 trout and nine flounder while using artificial bait in the Intracoastal Waterway. 

  • Notable scores, highlights from...

     Results of recent golf events submitted by area golf leagues.

     

    Brunswick Plantation Ladies

  • Developing an offseason golf...

    As the holidays approach, all of us are frantically trying to find time to accomplish some of the little things. Golf is, essentially, put on the back burner. However, with the New Year close ahead, it’s an opportunity to evaluate our golf games and setup a plan with goals for the upcoming season. 

  • PHOTOS: West Brunswick hosts...

    West Brunswick hosted the Caleb Hawkins Round Robin memorial event last weekend in Shallotte. Three Trojan wrestlers earned individual titles and West secured the team championship. 

  • Trojan girls defeat CFA, fall to...

     NORTH MYRTLE BEACH – Second-year head coach Dylan Johnson was proud of his team’s effort in six of his West Brunswick team’s first eight quarters of play to begin the 2017-18 varsity girls’ basketball season.

    He’d soon like to forget about the opening two quarters of a 60-34 loss Wednesday, Nov. 29, at the hands of the North Myrtle Beach (S.C.) Chiefs.

    Johnson said he took “full responsibility” for the loss and cited the need for a defensive adjustment before the game got out of reach in the second quarter.

  • North rallies, but falls short...

     LELAND – The infamous boxer Mike Tyson once coined a line, “Everyone has a plan until you get punched in the mouth.”

    North Brunswick’s varsity boys’ basketball team is no different, but it didn’t let an opening haymaker from James Kenan keep it down.

    James Kenan surged ahead to a 19-4 lead in a non-conference game between the two schools Friday, Dec. 1, in Leland, but the Scorpions punched back.

  • Trojans overcome fourth-quarter...

     NORTH MYRTLE BEACH (S.C.) – West Brunswick’s varsity boys’ basketball team features one of the youngest groups of players in the region.

    However, with a road game against the Chiefs of North Myrtle Beach (S.C.) hanging in the balance, a pair of Trojan seniors showed the type of resolve that has become synonymous with West Brunswick basketball.

  • Visconti and daughter Autumn...

     In the past year, I’ve developed a friendship with a man I hold in high regard.

    I met Chief Warrant Officer (CW-2, to be exact) Jesse Visconti, an officer in the U.S. and North Carolina National Guard for more than 15 years, through a mutual friend and family member.

    Jesse and his wife, April, moved into the area fairly recently. Their children, Carter and April, are actively involved in Brunswick County athletics, dance and other groups.

  • Holy Bluefin!
  • PHOTOS: West Brunswick boys...