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Today's Sports

  • West routs Lumberton in soccer

    West Brunswick beat Lumberton 8-2 Aug. 26 in a non-conference soccer game.

    Tristan Murphy scored four goals.

    Lincoln Smith, San Zeng, John McNeil and David Cardenas also scored.

    Smith, Murphy, John McNeil, Noah Faircloth had assists.

  • Trojans open boys’ soccer season

    SHALLOTTE — The West Brunswick boys’ soccer team lost 3-1 to White Oak in a non-conference game Monday, the first game of the season.

  • North Brunswick 2-0 in volleyball

    Staff Report

    North Brunswick opened its volleyball season with a 25-19, 25-22, 25-17 victory against Union.

    “Senior Claire Longshore did a good job moving from the libero roll into the setter role, helping the team with 11 assists,” North coach Morgan Farroll said.

    Longshore also tallied four aces, two kills and five digs.

    In the second set, Longshore went on a serving streak, scoring five straight points.

  • Alfy Hill on Eagles’ roster

    Alfy Hill is on the football roster for the Philadelphia Eagles.

    Hill, a West Brunswick graduate, is so new to the team that Eagles’ website lists him as 6-foot-5 but lists no weight. His jersey number is 77.

    A brief biography states that Hill is a “a 6-foot-3, 283 pound defensive end, Hill began his collegiate career at the University of Alabama but played his final two seasons at Winston-Salem State. In his senior year, he accumulated 29 tackles and 7.5 sacks. Hill practiced with the Arizona Cardinals this spring prior to joining the Eagles.”

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  • Better luck soon to come

    In a few of my recent columns, I have stated that fishing in Brunswick County can be world class one day and absolutely unbearable the next. Months such as May and October, for example, will often test this theory because of the great the fish bite. However, August is a month that always holds true to this theory.

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  • Rivers Edge is back with new...

    It takes a lot of guts to close a golf course in the middle of the summer, but that’s exactly what East Coast Golf Management did.

    Rivers Edge, a beautiful Arnold Palmer Design on the bluffs overlooking the Shallotte River, installed Paspallum Greens in 2009. They were supposed to be the best greens for a course in this location, a salt-tolerant warm-season grass.

  • Marine Fisheries Commission...

    Patricia Smith
    N.C. Department of Environment and Natural Resources

    > MOREHEAD CITY – The N.C. Marine Fisheries Commission postponed action on proposals
    for Southern Flounder management that had been scheduled for last week’s meeting.
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    > During last week’s meeting, the board received a letter from N.C. Department of