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Today's Sports

  • South Brunswick swimmers win...

    BOLIVIA — South Brunswick swimmers won seven events in a tri-meet with West Brunswick and Hoggard on Nov. 30 at the Dinah E. Gore Aquatics Center.

    Senior Tyler Bowersox won the 200 freestyle in 1:49.37. No one else swam faster than 2 minutes. He won the 100 breaststroke in 1:01.65.

    Senior Chris Anselmo won the 100 butterfly in 1:01.28 and the 500 freestyle in 5:43.31.

    South’s boys won the 200-yard medley in 1:46.49, beating Hoggard by 0.08 seconds. The winning team was senior Ryan Dalton, sophomore Owen Bell, Bowersox and Anselmo.

  • Trojans lose in second round of...

    By Ed Hullings

    Beacon Correspondent

    SHALLOTTE — The Jacksonville Cardinals defeated the West Brunswick Trojans 28-12 in the second round of the 3AA football playoffs Friday, Nov 25.

    Jacksonville proved to be a formidable foe for the Trojans, the No. 1 seed in the East who finished 9-4. The Cardinals, the No. 5 seed, improved to 9-4 and will face No. 2 seed Lee County (12-1) in the third round.

    The Cardinals featured two speedy running backs and the team was averaging 35 points a game coming into this contest.

  • West Brunswick wrestlers split...

    SHALLOTTE — The West Brunswick wrestling team split two matches against Purnell Swett and South View Nov. 22 at West.

    These were the first wrestling matches this season at West. The Trojans beat South View 47-36 and lost 41-39 to Purnell Swett.

    Against South View, the Trojan lost the opening match at 120 pounds but senior Harrison Campbell won by fall in 1 minute, 24 seconds at 126 pounds and junior Brandon Reisen won by fall in 1:13 at 132 pounds against South View, giving West a 12-6 lead.

  • New coach, familiar name, for...

    SHALLOTTE — He sounded like his dad.

    “I’m not afraid to play anybody,” West Brunswick girls’ basketball coach Dylan Johnson said after a 68-49 season-opening loss Nov. 21 to Clinton.

    The non-conference game was added to the schedule Nov. 18.

    “Coach called me on Friday and said, “Coach, can you play?’”

    Johnson, eager for a game, agreed.

    Clinton was 23-6 last year.

  • 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.”