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  • 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.

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  • 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.”

  • Ocean Isle Beach team second in...

    It seems as if fall left just as quickly as it arrived. The week following Halloween, offshore fishing was absolutely incredible, yet one could believe winter is approaching as nighttime temperatures dipped into the low 50s. This caused many to break out their winter jackets and also sent the fish into a winter pattern, as well. Some may think this winter pattern is bad but it really all depends on what you are targeting and how far you are willing to run to catch fish.

  • Tournament of Champions photos,...

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

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

  • Trojans, Scorpions begin...

    The West Brunswick football team is seeded No. 1 in the East in the North Carolina High School Athletic Association Class 3AA state playoffs.

    The Trojans (8-3) will play Northern Guilford (4-7) on Friday, Nov. 18, at West (time to be set). Northern Guildford is the No. 8 seed in the Mideast.

    If West wins, it will play either Jacksonville, No. 5 in the East, or Westover, No. 4 in the Mideast, in a second-round game Nov. 25 at West.

    North Brunswick (7-4) is seeded No. 7 in the East in the Class 2AA playoffs.

  • Tournament of Champions photos,...

    Brunswick Beacon Tournament of Champions photos from the first round Saturday at Meadowlands Golf Club.

  • Fishing for trout in beautiful...
  • Scorpions lose in first round of...

    East Bladen beat North Brunswick 2-0 in a first-round game Saturday of the North Carolina High School Athletic Association Class 2A state soccer playoffs.

    The victorious Eagles (15-5-1) were the No. 8 seed in the East. North (11-8-3) was the No. 9 seed.

    This was the third shutout in 21 games for the Eagles. The two other shutouts were against West Columbus, a team that finished 0-19.

  • Scorpions lose ECC title game to...

    BEULAVILLE — East Duplin beat North Brunswick 24-14 Friday, Nov. 4, and won the East Central Conference football championship.

    The Panthers finished 5-0 in the ECC, 10-1 overall. North Brunswick is 4-1, 7-4.

    “We’re 7-4, and that is a good year,” North coach Larry Brock said. “Heading into this year, I don’t know if we could have done this.”

    East Duplin finished the regular season having given up 62 points (5.7 points a game). The Panthers shut out five teams.