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    Free softball clinics at West
    West Brunswick High School softball coach Joe Noble and his staff will conduct free softball clinics for girls 13 and younger. The clinics will take place 5:30-6:30 p.m. Mondays and Thursdays at the West softball field. Contact Noble at 443-1138 if you plan to attend.

  • Cougars lose in two OTS to East...


    East Bladen beat South Brunswick 27-26 in two overtimes Friday night.
    The Eagles are 4-1 in the conference and tied for first with South Columbus. South is 3-2, 6-3 overall.

    South scored first on a 40-yard pass from Nejuann Watts to James Burton-White.
    East Bladen scored on its next possession, taking a 7-6 lead late in the quarter.
    The Eagles scored on a 55-yard run in the second quarter for a 14-6 lead at halftime.

  • McCumbee fourth in Pro Cup 200


    Chad McCumbee finished fourth out of 18 drivers in the CARS Pro Cup 200 Saturday at Myrtle Beach Speedway.
    He was one of seven drives to complete all 200 laps. Jeff Agnew, of Floyd, Va., won the race with an average speed of nearly 65 mph. The race had eight cautions for 46 laps.
    McCumbee’s No. 11 McLamb Fences Ford had touches of pink in recognition of Breast Cancer Awareness Month. In particular, he honored West Brunswick High School guidance counselor Gloria Childress.

  • West JV beats North, will play...


    The West junior varsity football team was slated play West Bladen on Thursday, but it canceled so West played North Brunswick for the second time this season and won 35-24.
    This was the Trojans’ fifth straight victory and gave it a 4-1 record in the conference. West will play on Thursday against South Columbus for the conference championship.
    Against the Scorpions, West led 19-0 at halftime. Erick Hill scored on a pass thrown by Dylan Darguzas on the first play.

  • Phillips wins regional title in...


    South Brunswick High School senior Summer Phillips won the North Carolina High School Athletic Association Class 3A East Tennis Regional Saturday at the Barton College Tennis Complex in Wilson.
    Phillips, seeded No. 2, beat Savannah Sutton, the No. 1 seed from Eastern Wayne, 6-4, 6-2.
    Phillips reached the final by beating another Eastern Wayne player, Grace Delbridge, 6-1, 6-3 in a semifinal on Saturday. Delbridge was the No. 3 seed.

  • Community sports

    Weekly scores for Planet Fun
    Planet Fun Classic: Terry Decker 248-247-227-722, Jeffrey Evans 277-223-220-720, Gary Marion 258-226-202-686, Zachary Bailey 246-202-636, Rick LaChance 268-635, Dennis Nicholl 222-214-631, Brian McCall 203-203-605, Samuel Champion 246, Dawn Clardy 237-214-205-656, Anne Decker 218-575, Joyce Freeman 481, Collin Vanderburg 244, T. J. Thornton 239, Tom Kiggins 235, Tommy Guiterrez 228, Jeff Kelly 220, Michael Oxendine 214, Arnold Sanchez 213, Avery Poteate 204, Keith Jones 202, Frank Paolicelli 201.

  • Brunswick County brings home...


    Brunswick County athletes brought home 25 gold, 14 silver and 31 bronze medals in the 2011 Senior Games state finals Sept. 26–Oct. 2 in Raleigh, Cary, Clayton and Winston-Salem.
    Of the 68 participants representing Brunswick County, 45 athletes and artists brought home 70 medals.
    Peggy Owens brought home Brunswick County’s first bocce gold medal. Athletes had to be at least 55 to participate in Senior Games. Hank Lock, gold medalist in golf, was the county’s oldest male representative, at age 85.

  • West Brunswick wins conference...

     On an emotional night for coach Tripp Smith, the West Brunswick High School boys’ soccer team beat South Brunswick 4-2 Monday at M.H. Rourk Stadium and won the Waccamaw Conference championship.

    West finished the season 10-1-1 in the conference. For South, the loss was just the second this season in the conference. It had two more conference games to play this week.

  • Teens finish second in Fall...


    Ryan Bright, Scott Smith and Keith Logan aboard Team Instigator won the Fall Brawl King Classic, landing a 35.50-pound king mackerel Sunday, the second day of the two-day tourney.

    The team used a Pink Pirate Plug from South Chatham Tackle with a cigar minnow and fished in 102 feet of water out of Little River, S.C. The team earned $15,000.

    The Ocean Isle Fishing Center ran the annual tournament.

    The second- and third-place team also caught their king mackerels on Sunday.

  • In pink-adorned car, McCumbee...

      Chad McCumbee finished fourth in the CARS Pro Cup 200 Saturday at Myrtle Beach Speedway.

    McCumbee’s No. 11 car had touches of pink in recognition of Breast Cancer Awareness Month. In particular, he honored West Brunswick High School guidance counselor Gloria Childress. Her name was written in pink script on a rear quarter panel. She is being treated for cancer, and McCumbee hoped to bring recognition to her battle and all those who face cancer during Breast Cancer Awareness Month.