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Today's Sports

  • Three West Brunswick squads open...

     West Brunswick athletics director Jimmy Fletcher has set the times for the first round of the playoffs.

    They will begin Wednesday, May 13:

  • Preliminary 3A, 2A baseball...

     

    1. Sanford, Terry 22-0 vs. 32. Morehead 8-9.

    16. Southern Lee 15-7 vs. 17. Northwood 14-7.

    8. Corinth-Holders 12-6 vs. 25. Rockingham County 13-7.

    9. Orange 19-3 vs. 24. Triton 13-7.

    5. Western Alamance 18-4 vs. 28. Northern Vance 11-9.

    12. Lee County 11-7 vs. 21. Rocky Mount 10-7.

    13. Northern Guilford 13-9 vs. 20. Jacksonville 13-9.

    4. West Craven 19-3 vs. 29. Gray’ s Creek 11-10.

    3. Topsail 20-2 vs. 30. Cedar Ridge11-11.

  • Lady Trojans seeded No. 11 in...

     

    The West Brunswick softball team will open the Class 3A state playoffs at home against Union Pines.

    West is seeded No. 11 and is 16-5. Union Pines is seeded No. 22 and is 8-11.

    North Brunswick (16-5) is seeded No. 6 in Class 2A and will open at home against No. 27 Southern Vance (8-8).

    Times, dates of games not yet set.

  • Lady Trojans open soccer...

       The West Brunswick girls’ soccer team will open the NCHSAA 3A state playoffs at Raleigh Cardinal Gibbons.

    West, 8-9-3 and seeded No. 30, will play a team that is seeded No. 3 and is 21-1-0.

    The East bracket comprises 32 teams.

  • Scorpions win track regional

     North Brunswick won the NCHSAA Class 2A East Regional boys’ track and field meet Saturday, May 9, at Wilson Fike High School, scoring 164 points. North Pitt was second (86).

    The event was a qualifier for the state meet Saturday in Greensboro. The Scorpions are the defending champions.

    Sophomore Jayhlen Washington won the 110-meter hurdles in 14.55 seconds, the only competitor to break 15 seconds. He won the triple jump (44-7.5). He was second in the long jump (22-11). The top mark was 23-6.

  • Tourney site changed for Region...

     

    Because of water on the Grainger Stadium field in Kinston from Tropical Storm Ana, the Region 10/Southeast District Tournament has been moved to Hooker Field in Martinsville, VA.  Hooker Field is the home field for Patrick Henry Community College and is artificial turf.  All remaining games will be played there. The field is a three-hour trip for the teams from Kinston.

     

     

  • VIDEO: Lady Trojans defeat...

     HAMPSTEAD — West Brunswick beat Topsail 8-4 in nine innings and won the Mideastern 3A/4A championship softball tournament May 7.

    McKenzie Benton hit a two-run home run and Leilani Emile hit a home run — both in the first inning — but it was Haley Long’s three-run home run in the top of the ninth that clinched the victory.

  • Three Lady Trojans to play...

     SHALLOTTE — Three West Brunswick senior softball players made known their college intentions May 6 in a signing ceremony at the school.

    Second baseman Ashley Smith, pursuing a pharmacy degree, and first baseman Leilani Emile, majoring in business and marketing, will attend William Peace University in Raleigh.

    Outfielder Ariana Thomas, who will attend Columbia (S.C.) College, hasn’t decided whether to pursue a degree in biology or study to become a chiropractor.

  • North Brunswick wins ECC...

     LELAND — North Brunswick beat East Duplin 10-1 May 5 and won the East Central Conference championship.

    The Scorpions finished 9-1 and are 16-5 overall. This is their second straight ECC title. They were 8-2 last year.

    “It’s pretty exciting, obviously,” North coach Brittney Lehrschall said. “The girls have worked extremely hard, especially coming into a new conference. They have done a great job of adjusting and coming out ready to play, especially with the conference trips that we have to take.

  • VIDEO: North Brunswick Scorpions...