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Today's Sports

  • BCC basketball teams lose in...

    BY TIM HICKS

    The Brunswick Community College men’s basketball season ended Friday in a 67-66 loss to Clinton in a semifinal of the Region 10 championship tournament at Voorhees College.

    BCC had beaten Clinton 79-72 on Feb. 5 and 86-79 on Feb. 13.

    Clinton, seeded last and with an 8-18 record entering the tourney, built a lead against BCC with an energetic running game and more shooting attempts from the paint instead of under the basket.

  • West Brunswick football coaches...

     The West Brunswick High School football team celebrated its top players during a banquet March 2 at Planet Fun.

    Below is the list of the awards presented:

     

    ALL-CONFERENCE

    Conference coaches voted these West players to the all-conference teams: Cameron Smith, Markel Jones, Bradley Bell, Bruce Clewis, Darius Williams and Cleveland Nolan, Van Cobb, Taylor Buffkin, Darius James and Quan Bates.

     

    ACADEMICS

  • West softball team beats Hoggard...

     The West Brunswick girls’ softball used hitting, pitching and defense to rout the Hoggard Vikings 12-2 March 1 for its opening day victory.

    “We are young, and this year for the first time in many years do not have a dominating pitcher,” West coach Joe Noble said before the game. “There is no Carly White to fall back on. We only have one senior, Paige Ward, and all of the rest are sophomores or juniors—and only five are juniors.

  • Community sports briefs

    CALABASH VFW DART LEAGUE

    The Calabash VFW steel tip dart league results for Feb. 8. First: Jerry Morano, Darleen Riley and Lee Harrison. Second: Larry Clark, Bob Gallagher and Mike Walton. Third: Tom McCormack, Jack Goin and Ken Anderson.  

    On Feb. 15, Ray Ketcham, Jack Goin and Pat Perryman were first. Second: Pete McGerr, Hank Olson and Richie Thomas. Third: Barbara Goin, Marge Gallagher and Jim Day.

    TEE OFF FOR Technology MARCH 24

  • Attaining goals: How to set them...

    BY MIKE REEVES

    TFTBC COACH

    Getting what you want at school, and in life, seems impossible.

    Prescription: Set goals and overcome obstacles to achieve your dreams.

    Have you ever noticed how some people are able to go after what they want and get it? They seem to be unstoppable.

    Many people overcome seemingly insurmountable odds. Yet, others get stuck from their own inertia. They get distracted, they get discouraged and they give up. Many never even start.

  • Bowling news

    Brunswick County Bowling Center Scores

    McDonald’s Amusement Classic, Feb. 21: Keith Croom 213, 245, 210, 668; Marvin Hedgspeth 233, 203, 222, 659; Demaris Lance 226, 210, 203, 639; Craig Croom 235; Dar Anuszewski 181, 183, 524; Dawn Clardy 172; Karen Moshoures 206.

    Tony Russo Sr., Feb. 22: Tom Haley 195, 200, 188, 583; Felix Remer 163, 224, 192, 579; Howard Boyd 210, 503; Ron Fuller 181, 181, 503; Frank Sisler 201; Helen Gatts 192, 181, 518; Bernice Thergesen 156, 185, 490; Bobbie Henry 151, 199, 477; Marilyn Laurie 201.

  • Some baits to consider using

    Anglers have come to love Berkley Gulp scented soft baits and since their introduction to the inshore saltwater fishing market, they have quickly become the top lure for catching speckled trout, redfish and flounder. Contrary to some rumors, however, these revolutionary synthetic baits don’t actually fish themselves—you do have to do a little work. Since the tackle store shelves are full of these lures, the first bit of work is figuring out which ones to use.

  • Scores, highlights from area...

    The Brierwood Men’s Golf Association game for Feb. 21 was one best ball on par 3s and par 5s and two best balls on par 4s. The winning team at -23 was Mike Prokop, Chuck Hornfeck, Bernie Gruzlewski and Les Craft. In second at -19 was the team of Harvey Hundley, Dave Harper, Jim Pope and Tom Kronyak.

    The game Feb. 24, was one best ball on the par 5s, two best balls on the par 4s and three best balls on par 3s. The winners at -15 were Harvey Hundley, Chuck Hornfeck and George Edwards. In second at -10 was the team of Paul Salerno, Marty Brkal and Dave Harper.

  • Marlene Floyd: Famous, friendly...

    One of the things I like best about writing this column for the Brunswick Beacon is the people I meet along the way: golf professionals, superintendents, golf course architects, managers and owners. Many of the people I write about are ordinary people with extraordinary stories, like disabled golfers who keep going in the face of adversity, cancer survivors, club champions, junior golfers and, of course, The First Tee of Brunswick County. 

  • Trey Brown nearly throws no-...

      The West Brunswick High School baseball team lost 3-2 in eight innings to Ashley in the season opener March 1.

    West senior pitcher Trey Brown had a no-hitter through six and one-third innings before the Screaming Eagles’ Shepard homered on an 0-2 pitch. Ashley scored twice in the top of the eighth in taking a 3-1 lead. West cut the lead to 3-2 in the bottom of the inning and had two runners on base with no outs, but Ashley’s Trevor Kelly ended the game with three straight strikeouts.