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Today's Sports

  • Laney defeats Trojans in softball

     By Samone Bland

    Sports Correspondent

    SHALLOTTE — Laney scored two runs in the top of the seventh inning to beat West Brunswick 3-2 in a conference softball game Tuesday, March 10, at West. Two walks, a single and a double in the top of the seventh inning helped Laney seal the win.

  • McCumbee McAleer Racing...

     

    By Luis Soto

    Special to the Beacon

    Newly formed North Carolina based motorsports team McCumbee McAleer Racing has announced rookie Aurora Straus and Nick Igdalsky as its two full-time drivers for the first season of contention in the 2015 SCCA Pro Racing Battery Tender Mazda MX-5 Cup Presented by BF Goodrich Tires.

    Aurora Straus, 16, of Tarrytown, N.Y., will pilot the No. 28 ModSpace Motorsports

    Mazda MX-5 Cup car. Although this will be her first season in the Mazda MX-5 Cup,

  • Trojans defeat Scorpions 5-3 in...

     

    LELAND — West Brunswick beat North Brunswick 5-3 in a non-conference girls’ soccer game March 10 at North.

    A different player scored each of the Trojans’ five goals as they improved to 3-0-1. For North, sophomore Marissa Speary scored all its goals.

    West arrived later than expected and had a 5-minute warm-up before the game began. Speary then stunned the Trojans when she scored within the first 5 minutes.

    West slowly regrouped and scored four straight goals in the final 13 minutes of the half.

  • South defeats West in tennis

     BOILING SPRING LAKES — South Brunswick beat West Brunswick 8-1 in a conference tennis match March 11 at South.

    The Cougars are 2-1 in the conference, 3-1 overall.

  • BCC sweeps Lakeland

     BOLIVIA — Dillon Stewart singled home the winning run in the bottom of the ninth inning as BCC beat Lakeland 3-2 in the second game of a doubleheader Saturday, March 7, at Founders Field

    With one out in the inning, Willie McRae singled and advanced to second on a passed ball. After Chase Gehringer walked — he had homered in the third — Stewart hit the game-winning single. Stewart finished two singles, a double and one RBI. McCrae had two hits. Kyle Mehl also doubled.

  • Trojans win doubleheader

    West 8

    NMB 6

    SHALLOTTE — West Brunswick beat North Myrtle Beach 8-6 Saturday on Mike Alderson Field.

    West took advantage of four errors and a passed ball in the first inning on the way to a 3-0 lead.

    The Trojans scored in the fourth and scored four in the fifth in taking an 8-2 lead.

    In the fifth, Lewis led off and singled. Davis singled. The runners advanced on an error. A sacrifice fly by Johnson scored a run. After Carlyle walked, Charlie Carcich singled home a run. Ashburn singled home the final two runs.

  • McDuffie, Trojans slam Loris 12-3

    WBHS 12

    Loris 3

    SHALLOTTE — West Brunswick beat Loris (S.C.) 12-3 in five innings in a non-conference baseball game Thursday, March 5, on Mike Alderson Field.

    Sophomore Tyler McDuffie hit a grand slam in West’s nine-run second inning. He finished with five RBIs. Because of rain, the game ended after five innings.

  • Scorpions score five in 7th,...

    LELAND — North Brunswick scored five runs in the bottom of the seventh inning and beat West Brunswick 15-14 in a non-conference softball game Wednesday, March 4, at North.

  • McCumbee, McAleer venture into...

    Chad McCumbee will join with 2012 Playboy MX-5 Cup Champion Stevan McAleer to create a new racing team set to take on the 2015 MX-5 Cup. 

    The new team will be named McCumbee McAleer Racing (MMR). Representing their partner, they will compete in the Mazda MX-5 Cup Championship as ModSpace Motorsports.

  • Future Generations Tournament at...

     The biggest, best charity event of the year is coming. The Future Generations Tournament benefiting The First Tee of Brunswick County is May 30 at St. James Plantation. 

    This is the 10th anniversary of The First Tee of Brunswick County and, baby, we’ve come a long, long way. From a handful of kids that met at Brierwood and The Lakes in 2005, our chapter now reaches 7,000 young participants each year.