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Today's Sports

  • Golf action

    BRICK LANDING

    MEN’S SPORTS CLUB

    The weekly tournament was Oct. 13. The format was individual flighted scores. First place in the first flight was a tie between Butch Cunningham and Bob Koegel at a net score of 68. Second flight net: 1. Bill Shanley, 65; 2. Larry Agrimonti, 69; 3. Alan Morrissey, 70.

  • VIDEO INCLUDED: West beats...

    The West Brunswick volleyball team swept Whiteville 25-15, 25-8, 25-16 in a Waccamaw Conference match Oct. 8 at West.

    The victory improved West to 9-1 in the conference, 17-1 overall.

  • For Surigao brothers, football...

    If you’ve been to a West Brunswick Trojan football game this year, you’ve probably seen five children playing a little football game in front of the fence of the home bleachers. Those are the Surigao children, and when they aren’t busy conducting their version of “Friday Night Lights,” they are watching their fathers help orchestrate the best start to a season for West Brunswick in nearly a decade.

    The Trojan coaching staff is composed of several veteran coaches as well as fresh new faces, including brothers Chris and John Surigao.

  • South clinches third-straight...

    The South Brunswick girls’ tennis team beat South Columbus 8-1 Oct. 6 to clinch their third straight Waccamaw Conference championship.

    The victory improved South’s conference record to 8-0.

    The Cougars then beat Pender 7-2 and Ashley 8-1 in nonconference duals to remain unbeaten this season (13-0).

    South Columbus had given the Cougars tough competition earlier this year, losing at No. 2 and No. 3 singles.

  • Trojans' JV fall to East...

    ELIZABETHTOWN—The West Brunswick junior varsity football team scored a season-high 42 points against East Bladen, returned a kickoff for touchdown and got a career-high 275 rushing yards on 23 carries from sophomore running back Justin Bland. But all of that was insufficient to overcome 455 yards of total offense from East Bladen in a 60-42 loss Oct. 8.

  • Scorpions beat West Bladen for...

    Jirese Thomas’ 90-yard touchdown run in the fourth quarter helped clinch a 27-21 victory by North Brunswick over West Bladen in a Waccamaw Conference football game Friday night.

    The victory was the first in the conference for the Scorpions (1-2, 3-5 overall).

  • BCC volleyball team wins three...

    The Brunswick Community College volleyball team beat Lenoir Community College 25-13, 17-25, 25-18, 25-13 in first match of a three-team match Saturday at the Dinah E. Gore Fitness and Aquatics Center gym.

    The victory completed a season sweep by the Dolphins over the LCC. The Dolphins, the defending regular-season region champion and regional tournament champion, swept LCC 22-20-21 Sept. 23.

    The Dolphins then routed Rockingham Community College 25-9, 25-16, 25-16.

  • Cougars' defense stars in...

    TABOR CITY—The South Brunswick defense forced seven turnovers—the last one an interception by Rashen Bellamy on a game-tying two-point conversion—as the Cougars stunned perennial power South Columbus 21-19 in a Waccamaw Conference football game Friday night.

    “This is my 13th year here,” South Brunswick athletics director Chris Roehner said, “and this is the first time we defeated South Columbus.”

    Cougar right guard Corey Travis praised the defense.

  • Lady Trojans beat Whiteville,...

    The West Brunswick volleyball team swept Whiteville 25-15, 25-8, 25-16 in a Waccamaw Conference match Oct. 8 at West.

    The victory improved West to 9-1 in the conference, 17-1 overall.

  • Roberts wins $10,000 in Rumble...

    The seventh annual Rumble In the Jungle king mackerel fishing tournament took place Saturday at the Harborgate Marina in North Myrtle Beach, S.C. The tournament is put on by the Little River Inlet Saltwater Fishing Club and attracted 151 boats this year.

    The winner, taking the $10,000 first prize, was James H. Roberts II, of Shallotte. He caught a 35.60-pound king mackerel taken from the rough and choppy waters that plagued the fishermen all day.