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Today's Sports

  • Video of Harrison Campbell...

    Wests Brunswick senior Harrison Campbell wins by fall in 1 minute, 24 seconds at 126 pounds Nov. 22 against South View.

  • Video of Matthew Smith wrestling

    At 106 pounds, West Brunswick freshman Matthew Smith wins by fall in 32 seconds Nov. 22 against South View.

  • Mistakes lead to first-round...

    HIGH POINT — T. Wingate Andrews beat North Brunswick 27-7 Friday, Nov. 18, in a first-round game of the North Carolina High School Athletic Association Class 2AA state football playoffs.

    The Red Raiders, a No. 2 seed, improved to 8-4 and advanced to a post-Thanksgiving second-round game against No. 3 seed Hertford County.

    “We are happy to get a win against a really good team,” Red Raider coach John Patterson said.

    North, a No. 7 seed, finished the season 7-5.

  • Trojans open playoffs with...

    By Ed Hullings

    Beacon Correspondent

    SHALLOTTE — The West Brunswick Trojans defeated the Northern Guilford Nighthawks of Greensboro 35-21 Friday, Nov. 18, and advanced to the second round of the 3AA football playoffs.

    The Trojans’ next game will be Friday, Nov. 25, at home against No. 5 seed Jacksonville (8-4). The Cardinals advanced against No. 4 Westover by scoring a touchdown in the final seconds and winning 35-34.

  • Swim season begins

    BOLIVIA — Six South Brunswick swimmers and two West Brunswick swimmers attained individual regional qualifying time standards in a swim meet Nov. 15 at the Brunswick Community College Dinah E. Gore Aquatics Center.

    The North Carolina High School Athletic Association Class 3A regional is Feb. 3 in Cary. It is the qualifier for the state meet Feb. 11, also in Cary.

  • West Brunswick’s Hannah Pugh...

    For the second straight year, Mideastern 3A/4A volleyball coaches have selected West Brunswick’s Hannah Pugh as the MEC Player of the Year.

    The Trojans finished 3-9 and last in the seven-team conference (5-18 for the season), but coaches recognized Pugh’s talent.

    “She is the best all-around player in the league, hands down,” West coach Sue Karrs said. “Others were good in their specific position, but all-around, Hannah is the most talented volleyball player in the conference.”

  • Trenton Cade wins National...

    Trenton Cade, a Shallotte Middle School sixth-grader, finished tied for first in a National Junior Golf Tour event Nov. 6. Cade shot a 46-41 — 87 at the Stonebridge Golf Club in Monroe. He had seven pars in his round and finished at 15-over par on the 5,145-yard course.

    Cade tied for first with Jason Zawtocki of Charlotte in the four-player event for those 10 and 11.

  • North Brunswick’s Kelsey Ray to...

    LELAND — North Brunswick senior softball player Kelsey Ray has signed a letter of intent to attend N.C. Central University.

    Ray was a utility player last season for the Scorpions. In 18 games, Ray batted .319 (15 for 47). She had four RBIs, two doubles and a triple. Her OBP was .421.

    “Probably one of the most coachable kids that I’ve had come through the program,” said Brittney Child, who coached her for three seasons. “If I had 20 more like her, it’d be great.

  • Pickleball at BCC
  • Tournament of Champions photos,...

    Brunswick Beacon Tournament of Champions photos from the second round Sunday at Farmstead Golf Links.

    2016Tournament of Champions Results

    Men

     

    Keith Lash (Carolina National)                       155 (80-75)