Today's Sports

  • Upcoming events: This week in...

     The following games are scheduled from Wednesday, March 7, through Wednesday, March 14.


    March 7

    West Brunswick baseball vs. Norfolk Christian Academy (Va.)

    West Brunswick softball at North Myrtle Beach (S.C.)

    North Brunswick track and field at Trask


    March 8

    West Brunswick men’s tennis at South Brunswick

    West Brunswick track and field at Laney

    North Brunswick softball at Trask

    North Brunswick track and field at home

  • BCC women’s team finished tied...

     Catawba Valley Community College handed Brunswick Community College an 81-71 defeat in the final regular-season game of the 2017-18 campaign on Saturday, March 3, in Leland.

    Katisha Hyman scored 24 points, grabbed seven rebounds and dished out four assists for the Lady Dolphins, but it wasn’t enough to overcome a 25-point Catawba Valley effort in the fourth quarter.

    Jayda Malone scored 15 points, including a trio of 3-pointers, in the losing effort.

  • Notable scores, highlights from...

     Results of recent events submitted by area golf leagues.



  • Notable scores, winners in...

     Church League

    Results from Feb. 26. Michael St. George posted to highest scratch game total with 226, while Leonard Kennedy bowled a 201. Noah Hewett also posted a 201 score, while Donald Bollinger (198) and Ricky Joyner (189) also had strong showings. Other top finishers were Justin Shepard (186), Kenny Holden (184), Chris Benton (183, twice), James Broyhill (180), Ed Davis (180) and Terrence Galloway (179).

  • Calabash VFW Post 7288 Dart...

     Calabash VFW Post 7288 Dart League members competed in league play to round out February.

    The team of Leslie Paulson, Dennis Major and Tom Kelleher earned first-place honors for the week of Feb. 20, while the squad of Eileen Lenz, Bob MacDougall and Mike Walton captured a second-place standing. Shirley Kelleher, Rich Leylo and Don Paulson finished in third place.

  • Sports Briefs - March 8 edition

     Safe Boating class offered March 10

    The U.S. Coast Guard Auxiliary is offering a one-day boating course that satisfies all state requirements March 10 in Brunswick County.

    The course is scheduled from 8 a.m. to 4 p.m. Saturday, March 10, at the Brunswick County EMS headquarters on 40 Naber Drive in Shallotte. The course fee is $30 or $25 with two or more attendees. You can pay by cash or check at the door or though PayPal on the Flotilla’s website.

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  • Lady Trojans fall in first round...

     West Brunswick’s varsity girls’ basketball team completed its most successful season since the 2005-06 campaign when it dropped its first-round state playoff game to Harnett Central last week.

    Harnett Central overcame a halftime deficit and stymied West Brunswick’s offense down the stretch to earn a 54-47 win to advance to the second round of the NCHSAA 3A state basketball playoffs.

    Trojan senior Natyra Gore led all West Brunswick scorers with 19 points, while junior center Breanna “B.B.” Mercer netted 18.

  • Dolphins win finale of four-game...

    After a three-game sweep of East Carolina’s club team on opening weekend, the Brunswick Community College (BCC) baseball team dropped five of its next six games before last weekend’s victory in the finale of a four-game stretch over three days.

    BCC competed in a three-day, four-game event that featured the Dolphins, Walters State Community College, Cecil Community College and Florence Darling Technical College in Florence, S.C.

  • Superstar Hyman guides Lady...

     Katisha Hyman has given her opponents fits in women’s basketball on the junior college basketball level this season.

    The sophomore guard continued to do so during Brunswick Community College’s women’s basketball team’s recent three-game winning streak.

    Following a two-game losing streak, the Lady Dolphins reeled off a trio of consecutive wins by double figures behind their remarkable second-year guard.