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  • VIDEO: Finish of UNOH Battle at...

    The finish of the UNOH Battle at the Beach on Saturday, Nov. 21, at Myrtle Beach Speedway.

    Myatt Snider was first in the 200-lap race and earned $15,000.

    Valley Star Credit Union 300 winner Tommy Lemons Jr. was second and earned $5,000.

    Lee Pulliam finished third and earned $4,000.

    Myrtle Beach Speedway track champion Sam Yarbrough, No. 20, who started eighth, finished fourth and earned $3,500.

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  • West, South swimmers reach...

    BOLIVIA — Thirteen South Brunswick swimmers and four West Brunswick swimmers automatically qualified for regional events in a meet Nov. 18 at the Dinah E. Gore Fitness & Aquatics Center.

    The regional is in February and is a qualifier for the North Carolina High School Athletic Association state meet. This meet was the first of the season in which swimmers could qualify for the regional.

    These are the qualifiers:

  • Trojans lose lead, game in opener

    SHALLOTTE — The West Brunswick girls’ basketball team lost its season opener 41-35 to Wilmington Christian in a non-conference game Nov. 17.

    For West, sophomore Logan Locklear scored 10 points. Sophomore Jaida Allen scored 10 points and had eight steals. Sophomore Natyra Gore scored seven points and had seven rebounds. Junior Kaitlyn Bellamy had six rebounds. Senior Myyah Brown and freshman Breanna Mercer each scored four points.

  • BCC’s Yarbrough signs with...

    Brunswick Community College sophomore Nick Yarbrough signed a letter of intent Nov. 18 to attend Campbell University and play baseball.

    In 41 games last season, Yarbrough batted .340, according to NJCAA statistics. He walked 10 times and his OBP was .384. He had 28 RBIs and scored 29 runs. He hit 13 doubles and one home run. He walked 10 times and scored 29 runs.

    A third baseman, Yarbrough had 105 chances and made nine errors, a fielding average of .914.

  • Scorpions’ White signs with UNC...

    By Michael Paul

    Sports Editor

    LELAND — North Brunswick senior Summer White has signed a letter of intent to attend UNC Pembroke and play softball.

    White was an infielder/outfielder last season for the Scorpions, who finished 9-1 in the East Central Conference, 18-6 overall. In 15 games, White batted .227 (with an OBP of .346). She stole six bases and scored 17 runs. Her fielding average was .944.

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  • Trojans lose to No. 1 Sanford in...

    FAYETTEVILLE — Terry Sanford High School beat West Brunswick 41-20 in a first-round game of the North Carolina High School class 3AA football state playoffs Friday, Nov. 13.

    Sanford, which finished 6-0 in the Cape Fear Valley Conference, improved to 11-1 and advanced to a second-round game against Wilson Hunt (9-3).

    West finishes the season 5-7.

  • Thrilling golf: Rogers, Pacula...

    On a crisp, clear November weekend, club champions from around the county faced off in the annual Brunswick Beacon Tournament of Champions on Saturday, Nov. 14, and Sunday, Nov. 15, at Lockwood Folly Golf Course.

    Jayla Rogers of Magnolia Greens won the women’s division by one stroke over defending champion Billie Ellwanger when Rogers holed a 25-foot putt on the last hole.

    Tucker Pacula of Oak Island Golf Club won the men’s division in a playoff against Dave Lucas (Brierwood).

    Women’s division: