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Today's Sports

  • Lady Trojans beat South...

     SHALLOTTE — Two West Brunswick softball pitchers combined for a no-hitter as the Trojans shut out South Brunswick 9-0 Thursday night in a conference game.

    Junior Caroline Gore recorded six strikeouts in three innings and freshman Maddie Emmons had nine strikeouts in four innings.

    “I’m definitely proud of our pitchers,” West coach Joe Noble said.

    While keeping their opponents hitless, the Trojans ripped off 13 hits. Bre Small (2-for-2 with a double) and Randaisa Daniels (1-for-1) both were perfect at the plate.

  • West Brunswick is host of track...

     SHALLOTTE — The West Brunswick track and field teams were host of a four-team meet Thursday, March 20.

    In the boys’ meet for West, Khalid Matthews was first (11.5 seconds) and Anthony McCray fourth (11.97) in the 100-meter run. In the 200, Matthews was third (23.78).

    Xavier Gause was first in the long jump (19 feet, 6.5 inches) and second in the high jump (5-10). Matthews was third (19-0). In the triple jump, Gause was second (41-9).

    In the 400, Chris Golden was third at 55.86.

  • CVGA golf

     The Calabash Veterans' Golf Association played a Stableford event March 24 at

    Ocean Ridge Plantation’s Tiger’s Eye. First were Hal Riebesehl, Jim

    Maurer, Bill Murray and Joe Dagenais, +19. Second were John Casey, Denny

    Miller, Jerry Wiles and Tom Leach, +15. Third were Ken Locatelli, John Yencik,

    Bill Tornabene and Ray O’Donnell, +14.5. Gross: Art Williams, 74. Closest to pin: at 2, Ron Medaglia 12 feet, 10 inches; at 6, Frank Masi, 2-5; at 11, Pete Hummer, 11-11; at 17, Art Williams, 13-1.

  • Eckley scores ace on...

     On Wednesday, March 19, Ralph Eckley scored a hole-in-one on the 13th hole at Crow Creek. The hole measured 134 yards from the white tees and Eckley used a 7-iron. This was Eckley’s second hole-in-one. It took him almost 50 years to get his first one, on March, 10, 2012, and two years and nine days to get his second one, which occurred on his youngest granddaughter Emma’s second birthday.

  • West Brunswick golfer...

     SOUTHPORT — West Brunswick High School senior golfer Zack Flaccavento scored a hole-in-one Monday, March 24, during a Mideastern 4A/3A Conference tournament.

    In sunny but chilly weather, Flaccavento aced the 173-yard fifth hole of the Founders Club at St. James Plantation. He used a 5-iron.

    “I hit a nice, little fade,” he said. “We didn’t see it go into the hole but I heard it hit the stick. I was really hoping it didn’t hit the stick and ricochet off. I walked up there, and it was in the bottom of the cup.”

  • It is good sign speckled trout...

     

  • Scores, highlights of area golf...

     Beachcombers

  • Golfing couple: Mark and Marilyn...

     Over the years, Golf Gab has featured various pros, golf course superintendents, instructors, club managers and golf course designers.

    Each fall, we run several articles about our men’s and women’s club champions in conjunction with the annual Brunswick Beacon Tournament of Champions.

    Last week I had a brainstorm: Wouldn’t it be fun to write about some of our local golfers, our amateurs, who live and play the game in Brunswick County?

  • Trojans defeat South in baseball

     SHALLOTTE — West Brunswick beat South Brunswick 10-2 in a conference baseball game Thursday, March 20, at West.

    West (1-1, 5-3) finished with 10 hits and took advantage of four wild pitches, three hit batters and three errors to beat the Cougars.

    Winning pitcher Cameron Lewis gave up five hits and two runs in five innings. He walked one, hit one and struck out three. Brett Babson pitched two scoreless innings in relief.

    “Cameron did a good job tonight,” West coach Mike Alderson said.

  • South wins South Coast tennis...

     South Brunswick High School boys’ tennis team won the South Coast Classic Tennis Invitational tournament, beating Ashley 8-1 Saturday afternoon, March 15, at South.

    "We definitely came into this tournament with chips on our shoulders,” South coach John Walls said. “Losing in the finals last year to Ashley left a pretty bad taste in our mouths. I am so proud of the way all of our guys played throughout the tournament.