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Today's Sports

  • VIDEO INCLUDED Cobia leads...

     BOILING SPRING LAKES—The South Brunswick Cougars had no answer for Reggie Cobia Monday night, as the senior scored 24 points to lead his North Brunswick Scorpions team to a 46-42 victory in a Waccamaw Conference basketball game and kept North perfect in the conference (4-0).

    The 6-foot-6, 225-pound center, who will play college basketball for UNC Pembroke, had nothing but praise for his teammates, calling the victory a team effort.

  • West Brunswick girls rout West...

    West Brunswick built a 15-point lead in the first half and went on to beat West Bladen 48-30 in a Waccamaw Conference girls’ basketball game Friday night at West Brunswick.

     

    Sheena Suttlemyre hit two 3-pointers and scored 12 points for the Lady Trojans, 3-2 in the conference, 8-4 overall.

     

    Kayla Padgett scored eight points. Jasmine Daniels, Jasmine Jackson and Breana Gause each scored six points. Rebecca Sidelinger scored five points. Nicole Turner scored four points and Taylor Ambrose scored a point.

     

  • Four Brunswick skiers win events...

     Four Brunswick County skiers won their divisions in Alpine skiing in the 2010 Special Olympics North Carolina Winter Games Jan. 10-11.

    Derrick Green, Chris Robinson, Dion Smith and Juan Velez finished first in their events.

    Joseph Allen and Adrianne Tribble were second in their divisions. Cameron Cline Harlee was third in his division.

  • Hill, Stanley showcase their...

     With National Signing Day a few weeks away, two county football players recently tested their skills with other outstanding high school players.

    West Brunswick senior Alfy Hill and South Brunswick junior Terrell Stanley participated in all-star events.

  • VIDEO INCLUDED County wrestlers...

     

  • Lady Scorpions beat South, stay...

    BOILING SPRING LAKES—The North Brunswick girls’ basketball team remained unbeaten in the Waccamaw Conference by beating South Brunswick 57-41 Monday night.

    Barbara Graham scored 13 points and Tyera Fisher and Asheley Robbins 12 each for the Scorpions, 4-0 in the conference. Torkwase Mitchell and LaDonna Sloan each scored seven points; Jolanda White four points and Daja White two points.

  • West's boys lose to...

    WHITEVILLE—Whiteville’s press was too much to overcome as the Wolfpack beat West Brunswick 61-50 in a Waccamaw Conference game Friday night.

    West had rallied to tie the score 32-32 early in third quarter, but Whiteville forced turnovers that enabled it to take a 54-34 lead en route to the victory.

    For West, winless in the conference and 1-10 overall, Eric Hewett scored 13 points, Brian Gore nine (all three-pointers), Chaz Earp eight.

  • BCC men lose conference opener

    The Brunswick Community College men’s basketball team could not overcome a tall and physical USC Salkehatchie squad in a conference matchup Saturday afternoon at the Dinah E. Gore Fitness & Aquatics Center, losing 80-74.

  • Time to stock up on lures and...

    Not many people are wetting a line right now, since it’s just too darn cold for most folks to get out after the fish. There might be a few trout or drum around, but if there are, they’re pretty safe. Instead, local anglers are preparing for warmer weather and the inevitable burst of the spring fishing season.

  • Golf action

    In a CFAG match Friday at Meadowlands, Ron Doeblin and Joe Gallo placed first with a 75. The two-man teams scored one net per hole. Placing second were John Ducey and Steve Maiorca.

    GRAND STRAND SMGA