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Today's Sports

  • Vereen and Ellwanger capture...

     BOILING SPRING LAKES – On one of the longest courses Brunswick County has to offer, competitors in the 2017 Tournament of Champions had yet another variable with which to contend during a cold, windy weekend.

    The annual Tournament of Champions pits the men’s and women’s club champions of the 18 Brunswick County golf clubs against each other in a two-day, stroke-play event, essentially pitting the best golfers in the area in tournament play.

  • Brunswick Community College...

     The men’s basketball team at Brunswick Community College got off to a blistering start in the opening weeks of National Junior College Athletic Association (NJCAA) play.

    Brunswick sports a 4-1 record after splitting a pair of contests in the Louisburg College Classic on Nov. 10-11 at Louisburg College.

  • Lady Scorps improve to 2-1...

     LELAND – The North Brunswick High School varsity girls’ basketball team reeled off an 11-1 run at the start of the third quarter and fended off James Kenan for a 48-38 victory in a non-conference game Friday, Dec. 1.

    Sophomore guard Lydia Bradshaw led the Scorpions with 17 points, which included a pair of 3-pointers.

    Caelin Goodman added 11 points and junior point guard Keyana Yeoman had nine.

    The Scorpions (2-1) led 25-18 at halftime and scored seven quick points in the third frame to extend their lead to 32-19.

  • PHOTOS: Tournament of Champions

     Scroll through the slideshow to see photos from the golf action at the Beacon's Tournament of Champions last weekend at The Lakes in Boiling Spring Lakes. 

  • Gatton and Hightower snag keeper...

     Ed Gatton and Felda Hightower, both of Greensboro, show off four keeper flounder out of the eight they caught with Capt. Buster Gillis of Buster’s Outdoors Guide Service. Gatton and Hightower landed one flounder that weighed more than five pounds. The Greensboro residents caught the flounder in the Intracoastal Waterway off Ocean Isle Beach using artificial bait. 

  • Black Pearl Fishing Team wins...
  • Before it gets too cold,...

     The fishing off the Brunswick County Coast has been flat out incredible this fall. From Spanish mackerel, big king mackerel and sharks nearshore to grouper and wahoo offshore, the fishing has not been good, it’s been great.

  • Brunswick Football League bowl...

     Scroll through the slideshow to see photos from the Brunswick Football League's final week of the season last week at Town Creek Park. 

  • Monty Stanley named Farm Bureau...
  • West Brunswick drops thriller...

     After Laney reeled off 26 consecutive points to take a 12-point lead, it appeared as if the West Brunswick varsity football team had no hope for a comeback.

    The Trojans hadn’t scored a touchdown since the midway point of the first quarter and found themselves with a two-touchdown deficit with just six minutes remaining in the fourth quarter.

    That’s when things got awfully interesting.

    Senior quarterback Owen McDowell rifled a touchdown pass to wide receiver Noah Johnson to pull the Trojans within a score, 26-21.