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Today's Sports

  • Taylor to attend Life Skills and...

    Chandler Taylor, a participant of The First Tee of Brunswick County, has been selected to attend The First Tee Life Skills and Leadership Academy in Manhattan, Kan. The academy takes place July 13-20 at Kansas State University. Taylor was among 100 Chapter participants, ages 13-17, selected to participate in the academy experience. The First Tee has 204 chapters.  

    Taylor lives in Shallotte and will be a freshman in the fall at West Brunswick High School. 

  • Laney sweeps West in doubleheader

    The West Brunswick Junior American Legion baseball team made seven errors over two games in 6-3 and 7-0 losses to Laney on Monday evening at West.

    Each team entered the game with one conference loss, and the two losses virtually end West’s hopes for a conference title. Only one team from the conference will advance to the playoffs, which begin next week. West is 10-6 overall.

  • Colin Minor and Ryan Minor win...

     Ryan Minor won the hammer throw, the discus throw and the shot put at the North Carolina USATF Junior Olympics state meet June 25-27 at N.C. A&T University.

    Competing in the young men division, Minor’s hammer throw was 189 feet, 9 inches. His discus throw was 151-8, 17 feet farther than the second-place mark. He put the 12-pound shot 56-2.5, more than 7 feet farther than the second-place mark.

    Minor is the current NCHSAA Class 3A state champion in the shot put. He was second in the discus at the 2010 state meet.

  • West Brunswick beats Post 68

     West Brunswick kept itself in the running for a division title by beating Leland Post 68 10-0 Thursday in a Junior American Legion Baseball game.

    West scored two unearned runs in the first inning and scored eight in the fifth to end the game. The victory avenged a 5-1 loss June 4 at North.

    Landon Tilley was the winning pitcher, giving up two hits. He walked two and struck out one.

  • The First Tee and school...

    For the five fourth-grade classes at Virginia Williamson Elementary School, every other Tuesday is The First Tee day. Students are bused to Cinghiale Creek, where they participate in a program that combines the fundamentals of golf with character education through the Nine Core Values of The First Tee Organization. This partnership of schools and The First Tee of Brunswick County is patterned after a chapter in California and is the first of its kind on the east coast.

  • Golf action

     Beachcombers

    The Beachcombers played at Crow Creek. Low gross: Hal Riebesehl 83, Charlie Shore 84, Stu Cleveland 87, Fred Ortiz 89. Low nets: Riebesehl 60, Ortiz 61, Bob Smith 69.

    Team (one low net on par 5s, two on par 4s and three on par 3s): Cleveland, Riebesehl, Dan O’Connell and Ed Hennessey won at 24-under par.

    Golfer of the week was 85-year-old Hal Riebesehl, who shot an 83.

    BRICK LANDING LGA

  • PGA profiles: John Brown at the...

     John Brown is one of the supermen of PGA golf professionals.

    He is one of 300 master pros listed by the PGA out of its 28,000 members and the general manager of St. James Plantation. 

  • Trout, flounder, redfish active...

     Summer fishing has really kicked into high gear as what was a lackluster season has suddenly come alive with the hotter temperatures. Speckled trout, flounder and redfish have all been extremely active on the moving tides, especially in the morning.

  • Do Work does it all in the Jolly...

  • Sam Hickman wins BCTA spring...

     Sam Hickman completed a sweep of the regular season and the playoffs in the Brunswick County Tennis Association spring session at St. James.

    The top eight players in order of finish on the ladder were Sam Hickman, Richard Pearce, Phil Edwards, Ron Watts, Ed McKinnon, Dana Leavitt, Cal Evans and Americus Crawford.

    Lamarr Hardy, Rick Sanders, Dave Gongora and Jack Randolph had other commitments and could not play, allowing Evans and Crawford to enter the playoffs.