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Today's Sports

  • Inspirations Dance Centre wins...

     Inspirations Dance Centre participated in Marvonna Talent Competition in Myrtle Beach, S.C. Inspirations Dance Centre dancers were awarded “Mega Xtreme” and “The Max” ratings for one group dance, one duet and seven solos. 

  • West Brunswick splits...

     The West Brunswick Junior American Legion baseball team split a home doubleheader Friday with South Columbus, winning the first five-inning game 3-1 but losing the second 6-5.

    In the first game, West scored all its runs in the first inning. Markel Jones led off with a single and advanced to second on a wild pitch and stole third. Timmy Powell singled him home. He stole second and Ryan Sykes followed with a single. With one out. Bruce Clewis singled to right field, driving in a run. With two outs, Andrew Pait singled to right field, driving in a run for a 3-0 lead.

  • West Brunswick senior athletes...

     West Brunswick High School athletics director John Floyd used one word to describe the accomplishments of Trojan athletes this season: “Outstanding.”

    He was referring specifically to the offers colleges made to Trojan athletes.

  • West Brunswick wins season...

     The West Brunswick Junior American Legion baseball team opened its season by beating the Hoggard-Wilmington Vikings 11-2 Thursday.

    Starter Landon Tilley pitched three shutout innings, giving up one hit. He walked none and struck out two.

    Ryan Sykes pitched two innings, giving up a two-run home run.

    Bruce Clewis pitched the final two innings, striking out five.

  • South golfer Gore signs with...

     BOILING SPRING LAKES—Dalton Gore signed a letter of intent May 27 to attend Mount Olive College, where he intends to continue his golf career.

    “He is the greatest golfer I have ever coached,” said South Brunswick golf coach Gene Doane. “But more than that, he is the best person that I have coached. You don’t get one like this very often.”

    Doane said Gore had about 20 offers from colleges, but Mount Olive “was the one college where he basically has a full ride. It’s all taken care of.”

  • Scores, highlights of area golf...

     The Beachcombers played at Lion’s Paw and Charlie Shore had the low gross, 84, and the low net, 67. Team (one low net on par-5s, two low nets on par-4s and three low nets on par-3s): Reggie Auten, Ed Kinney, Stu Cleveland and Bob Smith at 18-under. Golfer of the week was Charlie Shore.

    BRICK LANDING LGA

  • To play your best game, learn...

     Golf is a game of both honor and intrigue. The golfer does not actually play against other golfers. The player plays against the course. 

    Yes, there are group and team competitions, but the essential game of golf is played by one person and the competition is not the other golfers but the course. 

    Golf is simple. The lowest score played against the course wins.  

  • Inshore fishing remains strong;...

     Inshore fishing has remained strong, although the fish are moving around a lot now with the water temperatures rising toward summer, so some spots will be vacant on one tide and provide good fishing on the next. 

    The biggest news is strong inshore redfish and flounder fishing along with good catches of Spanish mackerel and occasional king mackerel for folks plugging the piers.

  • Padgett second at state in...

    Kayla Padgett completed perhaps one of the most remarkable individual athletic seasons in recent West Brunswick sports by finishing second in the discus throw.

    Padgett, a junior, threw the discus a personal best 129-6. The winning distance was a Class 3A record 137 feet. South Brunswick sophomore Lexus Hankins was third at 117-8.

  • Dr. June Atkinson visits School...

    On May 19, Dr. June Atkinson, state superintendent of schools for North Carolina, visited The First Tee of Brunswick County. She came to observe School Day Programming in action and to meet with representatives of TFTBC.

    In School Day Programming, fourth-grade students from six elementary schools are bused to Cinghiale Creek, home of The First Tee of Brunswick County, every other week for a 90-minute lesson in golf skills and life skills and core values.