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Today's Sports

  • Sloup and Gore provide role...

    By Connie Hensley and Greg Hensley
    Public Relations of TFTBC

    Last month, the Longleaf Golf and Country Club in Southern Pines hosted the NCHSAA state 1A/2A/3A women’s golf championship. The tournament was Nov. 1-2 and fielded 12 teams. 

    West Henderson High School from Hendersonville won the state title with a team score of 486.

  • Scores, highlights from area...

    BRUNSWICK PLANTATION

    Results of the Ladies’ Golf League Nov. 22: the format was hate ’em holes. First: Susan Chopard, net 49. Second: Camille Cantello, net 52. Third: Denise Kantner, net 55.

    Chip-ins: Evelyn Haley at Dogwood No. 4 and Magnolia No. 3. Birdie: Camille Cantello, Dogwood No. 8

    CALABASH VFW

  • Analyzing your ‘Wildly Important...

    Each November, I have the pleasure of attending the Carolinas Golf Course Superintendents Conference and Trade Show in Myrtle Beach, S.C. Each February I attend the Carolinas Section of the PGA Trade Show. Both take place at the Myrtle Beach Convention Center. 

    I started doing this many years ago when I first began writing this column. It seemed appropriate for me to learn as much as I could about the CGCSA and the PGA if I wanted to write about golf. 

  • Get ready for winter fishing...

    Though the weather has stayed relatively warm for us, the wintertime fishing season is almost here. The transition to cold weather species has already begun in the water as redfish and speckled trout become the predominate species sought after by anglers with the sea mullet making a nice showing before they disappear.

    One important note before I get to the fishing report: new speckled trout size and creel limits are now in effect for all North Carolina anglers. Commercial fishermen are now prohibited from possession or sale of speckled trout on the weekend.

  • Sauls Bonecrusher dominates...

    This past weekend the Ocean Isle Fishing hosted Capt. Kyle’s Thanksgiving Trout Classic. The speckled trout tournament is an annual event that typically draws 20 or so boats to compete for the tournament’s cash payout but most importantly the opportunity to carry bragging rights through the end of the year. 

  • South Brunswick swim team has...

    The South Brunswick swim team had its first swim meet Nov. 23 at UNC Pembroke against Lumberton High, Union Pines High and Pinecrest High School. Meg Fletcher of WBHS also attended this meet.

  • West, South open wrestling season

     The West Brunswick and South Brunswick wrestling teams opened their seasons in duals Nov. 23 at West with Hoggard, Lumberton and South View.

    West lost to South View 48-22. West winners were Ronnie Dellinger 6-2, James Hall 13-5, Antaun Miller by fall, Mike McCrimmon 13-11 and Bryan Lewis by fall.

    West beat Lumberton 54-28. West winners were Shane Bell by forfeit, Ronnie Dellinger by fall, Dillon Aubrey by fall, James Hall by fall, Mason Underwood by fall, Jason Huff by fall, Antaun Miller by fall, David Gibson by fall and Markell Stanley by fall.

  • Victorious Secret wins Ocean...

    BY LORRAINE CROSBY
    SPECIAL TO THE BEACON

    The Ocean Ridge Ladies Golf Association played its fourth annual Carolina Cup tournament (formerly called the Ryder Cup) Nov. 8, Nov. 10 and Nov. 15.

    As in traditional Ryder Cup matches, there were three formats: alternate shot, better ball and individual match play. In each format, the winners of the match gained one point for her team. 

  • Thistle has first club...

    Thistle Golf Club recently played its inaugural men’s and ladies’ club championships.  The men’s club championship was played Aug. 7-8 with Charlie Moore winning the gross division and Jim Helm the net division. 

    The ladies’ club championship was played Oct. 23-24 with Diane Peoples winning the gross division and Debbie Vankoski winning the net Division.  

  • The Life Skills Experience...

    BY ALAN HENSLEY
    PUBLIC RELATIONS OF TFTBC

    Last month, The First Tee Box finished a nine-part series on The First Tee Nine Core Values. The volunteer parents on the chapter’s public relations team helped write several of the heart-warming articles.

    For 2011, volunteer coaches will write about The First Tee Life Skills Experience. These articles will cover many of the core lessons that are unique to the Par, Birdie, Eagle and Ace levels.