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  • Trojans defeat Cougars in girls...

    West Brunswick outscored South Brunswick 16-8 in the second half and beat the Cougars 42-37 in a Mideastern 3A/4A Conference basketball game Friday, Feb. 5, at South.

    The victory improved West’s record to 8-12, its most victories since 2009-10, when the Trojans finished 15-8. West is 2-8 in the conference with two games left.

    Freshman Breanna Mercer scored 12 points, sophomore Natyra Gore 10 and sophomore Logan Locklear eight. Other West scorers: Jaida Allen five, Emily Long two, Bria Bond two, Gwenna Gentle two and Dyna Jeffries one.

  • West boys basketball photos in...

    By Samone Bland

    BOILING SPRING LAKES — The last time the West Brunswick Trojans met up with the South Brunswick Cougars in boys basketball, the Trojans needed a strong second half to come away with an impressive 19-point victory over their county rivals.

    In the time between the two rivals’ second and final meeting of the regular season, the Trojans had a brute of a schedule. The Trojans faced the top two teams in the conference with a chance to either take partial ownership of the No. 1 spot or full possession of the No. 2.

  • BCC women lose to Louisburg in...

    BOLIVIA — Louisburg College beat Brunswick Community College 76-71 in overtime in an NJCAA Division II Region 10 women’s basketball game Saturday, Feb. 6, at the Dinah E. Gore Fitness & Aquatics Center gym.

    Louisburg, which beat BCC 65-54 Jan. 30, improved to 4-2 in the region, according to the NJCAA website, and 15-4 overall. BCC is 4-4, 11-10.

    Brianna Baham scored 23 points for BCC and teammate Lauren Jenkins 11. A.J. Mays, Daisha Jordan and Jasmine Dixon each scored eight points. Shalexia Pack scored seven points and Myanna Cutherbertson six.

  • Taylor Perkins scores 29 points...

    North Brunswick junior Taylor Perkins scored 29 points in the Scorpions’ 48-27 East Central Conference basketball victory Feb. 2 at Southwest Onslow.

    North led 17-4 after the first quarter and 25-12 at the half. It outscored SW Onslow 23-15 in the second half.

    Perkins also had seven steals, four rebounds and three assists, according to statistics at MaxPreps.com. Just two of her 29 points were free throws.

  • Three North Brunswick athletes...

    LELAND — Three North Brunswick High School athletes signed letters of intent Feb. 3.

    Latrell Hill signed with Louisburg College and Jordan Howard signed with UNC Pembroke. Both will play football. Mitch Layton signed with North Carolina Wesleyan to play basketball.

     

    Latrell Hill

    Hill, North’s Lineman of the Year, is recovering from microfracture surgery on his left knee. The surgery was in December.

  • Gray Cheers scores 16 points in...

    Lynchburg College held off a late rally from Hampden-Sydney for a 79-72 men’s basketball victory Feb. 3.

    Hampden-Sydney freshman Gray Cheers, a West Brunswick graduate, came off the bench for a career-high 16 points in 19 minutes. He added five rebounds and blocked two shots.

    With the Tigers trailing by 10 points with 1 minute, 21 seconds left in the first half, Cheers ended the half on a 5-0 spurt, cutting the lead to 40-35. He blocked an Austen Arnold 3-pointer just before the buzzer.

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  • VIDEO: Anna Zeng, brain cancer...

    Anna Zeng, right, spoke during Pink Night Friday, Jan. 29, at West Brunswick High School about being a brain cancer survivor. Student body president Hayden Huffman, left, introduced Zeng.