Today's Sports

  • Trojans win 15th straight; now...


    Staff Report

    West Brunswick beat North Myrtle Beach (S.C.) 13-3 in five innings April 13, avenging its only loss this season and improving to 16-1.

    The victory was West’s 15th straight.

    West scored six runs in the top of the second inning in taking a 6-1 lead. The Trojans scored two runs in the third on a home run by Austin Turner in extending the lead to 8-1.

    West finished with nine hits. It also took advantage of six walks, two hit batters, six stolen bases and four errors.

  • BCC scores nine in 8th, beats...

    Staff Report

    The Brunswick Community College baseball team rallied from deficits of 10-1 and 12-4 to beat 17-12 Louisburg in a non-region baseball game April 13 at Founders Field.

    BCC scored nine runs in the bottom of the eighth inning in taking the 17-12 lead.

    A three-run double to right field by Nolan Clenney cut the lead to 12-11.

  • BCC beats Catawba in doubleheader


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    BOLIVIA — Brunswick Community College beat Catawba Valley Community College 12-2 in six innings in the first game of a doubleheader Saturday at  Founders Field.

    The Dolphins finished with five walks and 13 hits, one of them the game-ending home run by Ryan Clinch.

    Markel Jones was 4-for-4 with one RBI. In the fifth inning he scored from first base after an errant throw to first on an attempted pickoff.

  • Winner of 2016 Masters: John Rae

    By Thomas Ryan Paul

  • Three West lacrosse players make...

    SHALLOTTE — Three West Brunswick seniors have signed letters of intent to play college lacrosse.

    The signings are significant because they are the first seniors to sign since West began varsity lacrosse competition last year.

    Alexis Cohan signed with Methodist University, Savannah Midgley with St. Andrews University and Austin Mokma with St. Andrews University.


    Alexis Cohan

  • Trojans improve to 14-1

    SHALLOTTE — West Brunswick beat Ashley High School 6-4 in a Mideastern 3A/4A Conference baseball game April 5 on Mike Alderson Field.

    Winning pitcher Kevin Powers gave up four hits and four unearned runs in five innings. West made three errors. The Eagles also made three errors.

    Powers struck out three, hit one and walked one.

    Johnathan Carlyle got the save, pitching two scoreless innings. He walked one, gave up one hit and struck out three.

  • Trojans lose three soccer games

    The West Brunswick girls’ soccer team lost three games last week.

    The Trojans lost 7-1 at Ashley on April 5 and lost 5-0 to New Hanover on April 7. West lost 4-2 to Whiteville in a non-conference game April 8 in Shallotte.

    West is 2-4 in the conference, 7-6 overall. Whiteville, a Class A team, is 9-4 overall.

    “This is what happens when we play three games in a week,” assistant Steve Nagy said. Head coach Brian Quinn was serving a red card suspension.

  • Trojans win two conference games

    SHALLOTTE — West Brunswick beat Ashley 7-6 in eight innings in a Mideastern 3A/4A Conference softball game April 5.

    Reliever Emily Clemmons was the winning pitcher. In four innings, she gave up five hits and one run. She struck out one and walked one. Starter Morgan Beeler gave up seven hits and five runs (three earned) in four innings. She walked two, hit one and struck out three.

  • BCC beats SCC in first game of...

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    BOLIVIA — Brunswick Community College beat Southeastern Community College 10-0 in five innings in the first game of a baseball doubleheader Saturday, April 2, at Founders Field.

    Trey Schneider hit a two-run home run and Nolan Clenney hit a two-run home run. Clenney also singled and finished with three RBIs.

    Anthony Lombardo singled, doubled, walked and drove in a run. Ryan Clinch, Robby Kidwell, Markel Jones and Joe McDaniel each had one RBI. Nick Yarbrough had one of BCC’s nine hits.

  • Trojans beat East Forsyth, win...

    SHALLOTTE —  West Brunswick beat East Forsyth 2-0 and won the Touchstone Energy Beach Diamond Invitational baseball tournament March 30 on Mike Alderson Field.

    “Very proud of these young men,” West coach T.J. Spivey said. “Three days and working the tournament is a grind. To come focused, I’m very proud of them.”

    Winning pitcher and all-tournament selection Johnathan Carlyle gave up four hits and walked three. He struck out nine in six innings.