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Today's Sports

  • Ocean Ridge LGA plays member-...

    The Ocean Ridge Ladies Golf Association (ORLGA) played its annual fall member- member tournament Nov. 2 on Panther’s Run and Nov. 7 on Lion’s Paw. Twenty-one two-member teams competed over the two days in four different nine-hole formats.  
    On the first day, the formats were alternate shot on holes 1-9 and a scramble on holes 10-18. On Lion’s Paw, the formats were total net of partners on holes 1-9, and better ball of partners on holes 10-18.  

  • Aces highlight competition

    The Sandpiper Bay MGA completed its President’s Cup competition last week. Results in the gross division: Bob Nicoletti 77, Don Moore 78, Chris Christie 79, Bill Snyder and Don Capretta 87, Denny Sams 88. Net: Barney Evangelista 68, Hal Foley and Tom Iovan (with an ace) 70, Dick Eby 75, Tom Townsend 76, Tom Luckett 77.
    In the league event Nov. 7, the highlight was Tom Iovan’s ace on the eighth hole at Piper. He used a driver for the 160-yard hole.  Witnesses were Barney Evangelista, Tom Townsend, Dick Eby and Tom Lucket.  

  • Brick Landing plays Ace of Aces...

    The Brick Landing Plantation Ladies Golf Association finished its 2011 season with an Ace of Aces Tournament. All Ace of the Month winners competed for the title.
    The lowest net score was declared the winner and Ace of Aces for the year.
    The flights finished as follows:
    First flight winner Bonnie Giehl shot a net 76.  Irene Dowdy was second with a net 79 and Pat Christenbury placed third with an 81.
    The second flight winner and the Ace of Aces was Mary Tacea with a net 75. Mary Biesack placed second with an 80 and Sharon Deutsch was third at 85.

  • Scores, highlights of area golf...

    The Beachcombers played a two low nets tournament Friday at the Valley at Eastport. The winners with a score of 126 were Bill Cameron Hal Riebesehl and Tom Culverwell. In second at 127 were Jim Beairsto, Jim Fitzner and Gary Gutheil. Lowest gross was Jim Fitzner, 84, and Stu Cleveland, 87. Lowest nets were Bob Smith, 68, and Jim Beairsto and Stu Cleveland, 69. Bob Smith was voted golfer of the week.

  • Happy faces: Brick Landing is...

    The 25-year history of Brick Landing reads like a Greek tragedy, comic opera, vaudeville and a Stephen King horror novel all rolled up into one.
    Built in 1987, the course opened to rave reviews. Winding through salt marshes and pinewoods, Brick Landing had four holes on the Intracoastal Waterway and four holes on the Saucepan Creek Marsh. There were changes in elevation. Seventeen holes had water in play. The greens were slick and smooth.
    The water hazards at Brick Landing were not decorative, but operative (right next to fairways, all around the greens).  

  • Sea mullet make another good...

    Thanksgiving is almost here and that means the last gasp of pier fishing and most surf fishing and the start of the real inshore cold-water season.
    Everyone knows speckled trout and red drum are the two big targets everyone turns to about this time, but there are other inshore fish worth chasing as well.

  • Team OIFC wins 2011 Southern...

    In 2009, Team OIFC (Ocean Isle Fishing Center) consisting of Brant, Barrett and Rube McMullan, won the Southern Kingfish Association’s (SKA) National Championship title.
    The victory was a record-breaking feat, as the family team weighed a monster 74.1-pound king mackerel to anchor its winning 118-pound, two-fish aggregate. The 74.1-pound weight was a Mississippi state record, an all-time SKA record and it was the largest winning aggregate in SKA history.

  • Sports briefs

    Weekly scores for Planet Fun
    Planet Fun Classic: Jeffrey Evans 289-205-234-728, Randy Brown 231-200-603, Arnold Sanchez 211-200-590, Brian McCall 247, T J Thornton 237, Dennis Nicholl 233, Tom Kiggins 232, Charles Wilbur 225, Don Ruth 215-205, George Kleinmann 213-203, Avery Poteate 212, Frank Paolicelli 212, Bill Brothemarkle 212, George Jacobs 204, Mike Fulwood 201, Thurston Etheridge 201, Paula Micale 500.

  • Dorn has assist in playoff loss

    STAFF REPORT

    The No. 20 Columbus State University women’s soccer team scored twice in the second half to break a halftime deadlock and defeated Lees-McRae College in the first round of the NCAA Division II championship Friday evening.
    Columbus State (16-4-2) outshot Lees-McRae (13-5-3) 28-7, including 18-2 in the second half, while holding a 10-2 edge in corner kicks.

  • White named to all-conference

    STAFF REPORT

    Mount Olive College middle blocker Carly White, who is nationally ranked in three statistical categories, was named to the 2011 All-Conference Carolinas volleyball first team, as voted on by the conference member head women’s volleyball coaches. White was among five blockers/hitters in the conference to be named to the first team.