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Today's Sports

  • PHOTOS: West Brunswick vs. North...

     Scroll through the slideshow to see photos from West Brunswick's 4-0 victory over county rival North Brunswick on Thursday, March 29. 

  • PHOTOS: North, South and West...

     Scroll through the slideshow to see photos from a March 30 track and field event at North Brunswick High School. 

  • PHOTOS: West Brunswick women...

     Sports editor Sam Hickman's photos from West Brunswick's women's soccer game against New Hanover at M.H. Rourk Stadium in Shallotte. 

  • West Brunswick hosts news...

    Brett Hickman, the new head football coach at West Brunswick High School, spoke at a press conference and meet-and-greet event on Thursday, March 29, inside the school’s cafeteria. Hickman outlined his vision for the West Brunswick football squad in front of about 50 people, including family, current players and supporters of the program. 

  • New Hanover County Sheriff’s...

     Teams from the Brunswick County Sheriff's Office and New Hanover County Sheriff's Office competed in a charity basketball game last week at North Brunswick High School to support Relay for Life of Brunswick County. 

  • PHOTOS: County high schools...

     North Brunswick, South Brunswick and West Brunswick golfers competed in the Lockwood Folly Invitational on Monday, March 26. 

  • A trainer, fan, friend and...

     SHALLOTTE - When games have finished, parents of players and supporters of the program speak about the players and their accomplishments on that particular night or a coach’s wise decision to make the right move at the right time that led to a thrilling victory.

    It’s not often those same folks will mention, much less praise, the work of that team’s athletic trainer, who spent hours prior to the game preparing for the event and time following the game cleaning up and getting ready for the next contest.

  • Wilson’s grand blast highlights...

    WILMINGTON - After dropping its first conference game of the season, West Brunswick’s varsity softball team is now the winner of three straight games overall following a 19-0 bludgeoning of New Hanover on Thursday, March 22, in Wilmington.

    Sophomore Hailey Wilson belted a grand slam in a six-run third inning for the Trojans, who improved to 4-1 with the lopsided victory.

    Junior right-hander Morgan Beeler earned the win, tossing two innings of no-hit ball with one walk and five strikeouts.

  • "It’s home:" Hickman...

     SHALLOTTE – West Brunswick High School has pegged a former Trojan its next head coach of the football program.

    Brett Hickman, who played for West from 2000-03, has accepted the head coaching position at his alma mater, athletic director Jimmy Fletcher confirmed this week.

    The position became available following the Jan. 22 resignation of Kelly Williamson, who had been head coach of the Trojans since 2015.

  • Abbott’s two goals not enough as...

     West Brunswick’s men’s lacrosse team has improved dramatically in the last few seasons, but the young program is still experiencing growing pains competing in one of the toughest lacrosse leagues in the Tar Heel State in the Mideastern Conference.

    The Trojans got another taste of the stiff competition in an 18-3 loss at the hands of New Hanover on Friday, March 23, at Legion Stadium in Wilmington.

    Senior Chris Abbott scored two goals, while sophomore William Pickard registered a season-high 25 saves for the Trojans.