.....Advertisement.....
.....Advertisement.....

Today's Sports

  • West Brunswick dance team...
  • Sloup wins Tilghman Championship...

     In a three-hole playoff, Ashley Sloup won the 24th Charles Tilghman Junior Championship, played Dec. 14 and Dec. 15 at the Surf Golf and Beach Club in North Myrtle Beach, S.C. The Carolinas PGA Section of the Professional Golfers’ Association of America sanctioned the tournament, which was open to girls ages 13-18.

  • Trojans avenge loss to Scorpions

     After three games of “close but no cigar,” West Brunswick finally got a stogie.

    The Trojans’ boys basketball team came from behind in the last four minutes to edge North Brunswick 58-53 last Friday night.

    It was a non-conference game but more important for bragging rights as West evened the score with a county rival. North had nipped West by one point in their first meeting 10 days earlier.

  • Trojans avenge loss to Scorpions

     After three games of “close but no cigar,” West Brunswick finally got a stogie.

    The Trojans’ boys basketball team came from behind in the last four minutes to edge North Brunswick 58-53 last Friday night.

    It was a non-conference game but more important for bragging rights as West evened the score with a county rival. North had nipped West by one point in their first meeting 10 days earlier.

  • Trojans avenge loss to Scorpions

     After three games of “close but no cigar,” West Brunswick finally got a stogie.

    The Trojans’ boys basketball team came from behind in the last four minutes to edge North Brunswick 58-53 last Friday night.

    It was a non-conference game but more important for bragging rights as West evened the score with a county rival. North had nipped West by one point in their first meeting 10 days earlier.

  • Cam Jones leads BCC to victory

     The Brunswick Community College men’s basketball team beat Port City Sports Authority 98-84 Saturday, Dec. 14, in the Dinah E. Gore Fitness & Aquatics Center gym.

    BCC improved to 8-4. PCSA is a two-year preparatory school in North Charleston, S.C., and student-athletes compete in a sport while taking college credit courses.

  • Trout and redfish are still...
  • The 211 Ryder Cup

    Golf on the Carolina coast, particularly in Brunswick County, is all about having fun in the true spirit of the game: Playing matches and tournaments, knowing the Rules of Golf, competing in various formats, playing serious golf, yet still having a great time.
    That’s exactly what the 211 Ryder Cup is all about.
    To learn more about this wonderful event that is held annually between St. James and Carolina National, I met with the co-chairmen last week at Carolina National.

  • Lady Dolphins rally, defeat...

     BOLIVIA — The Brunswick Community College women’s basketball team outscored Tidewater Community College 14-2 late in the fourth quarter en route to a 70-60 victory Sunday, Dec. 8, at the Dinah E. Gore Fitness & Aquatics Center gym.

    Crystal Hicks hit five 3-pointers and scored 19 points. Tyesha McLean scored 13 of her 16 points in the second half. Katrina Brown scored nine points as the Dolphins improved to 5-3. TCC fell to 1-9.

  • Trojans win Caleb Hawkins...

     Four West Brunswick wrestlers won championships Saturday, Dec. 7, in leading the Trojans to a first-place finish in the annual Caleb Hawkins Memorial Wrestling Tournament at West Brunswick High School.

    North Brunswick had two champions and finished third in the seven-team tournament.

    The Trojans’ winners were sophomore Jordan Hernandez at 106 pounds, junior Jyquan Green at 113 pounds, sophomore Michael Nelson at 145 pounds and junior Joe Gore at heavyweight.