.....Advertisement.....
.....Advertisement.....

Today's Sports

  • In cold weather, anglers can...

    The weather has been harsh on area fishermen, but that hasn’t stopped some anglers from getting out and catching a few winter redfish anyway.

    Capt. Mark Dickson of Shallow Minded Charters reports redfish have been biting well in the shallows despite bad conditions.

    “I fished (last week) and it was absolutely brutal, cold and windy,” Dickson said. “We only were out there about an hour but caught four small redfish 16-18 inches.”

  • Golf action

    Sharon DeBona, of Myrtle Beach, S.C., scored a hole-in-one on the 117-yard, par-3 18th hole Jan. 27 at Charleston National in Mount Pleasant, S.C. She used a 5-iron. Less than two weeks later, her husband, John DeBona, scored a hole-in-one on the 126 yard, par-3 fifth hole at Meadowlands Golf Club in Calabash. He used an 8-iron while playing in a Grand Strand Senior Men’s Golf Association event Feb. 8.

    BEACHCOMBERS

  • New owners spell new hope for...

    In the last few years, unhappy changes have occurred in golf courses in Brunswick County and the upper Grand Strand. Some courses have closed; others are in obvious financial straights with weed-filled courses and empty parking lots.

    To add to the angst, several restaurants at golf facilities have closed or operate with limited hours.

  • Waccamaw Conference basketball...

    The West Brunswick girls’ basketball team will open the Waccamaw Conference championship tournament at 6 p.m. Monday at home against Whiteville.

  • McCumbee 33rd in truck opener at...

     Chad McCumbee finished 33rd out of 36 racers in the NextEra Energy Resources 250 Saturday night at Daytona International Speedway.

    McCumbee started 26th in the first race of the season for the NASCAR Camping World Truck Series. But nine laps into the race, his ignition failed.

    McCumbee, racing a Chevrolet and sponsored by FT-11 Degreaser and Rockingham Speedway, won $9,675.

  • Lady Trojans’ defense...

     TABOR CITY—The West Brunswick girls’ basketball team won its second road game in two nights by beating South Columbus 55-23 Feb. 10.

  • South relay seventh in state...

     

     

    The South Brunswick 200-yard freestyle relay of senior Cody Spencer, junior Brian Teemsma, Stephen Seeber and sophomore Myles Williams finished seventh in the N.C. High School Athletic Association Class 3A swim meet Friday at the Triangle Aquatic Center in Cary.

    The Cougar team swam the race in 1 minute, 37.02 seconds. The winning time was 1:31.30.

  • Brinsfield is Brunswick County...

     

    Michael Brinsfield is the Brunswick County Bassmasters’ 2009 Angler of the Year.

    Brinsfield, the club president, scored the most points during the 12-tournament season.

    The award states he was recognized “for outstanding performance in the field of bass fishing as the club’s number one fisherman.”

    The club also recognized Ed Nelson with the Lunker of the Year award. Nelson caught a 5.55-pound bass March 28 at Cooper River in South Carolina.

  • VIDEO INCLUDED South Brunswick...

      

     

    LELAND— Montez Loman scored on a rebound with 35 seconds left in overtime to break a tie and Edward McNeil hit two free throws with 10.7 seconds left to clinch South Brunswick’s 45-41 victory Friday night in a Waccamaw Conference basketball game.

  • West girls rout West Bladen

      

    Sheena Suttlemyre’s scoring and the Lady Trojans’ rebounding enabled West Brunswick to win Feb. 9 at West Bladen 52-29.

    Suttlemyre scored 18 points. She had four rebounds and three assists.