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Today's Sports

  • Get fit for better golf longer...

    Spring has come once more and we can finally play golf without four layers of clothing, winter gloves, hand warmers, earmuffs, wool socks and a flask. 

    It’s time to tune up our game, time to take lessons and hit balls at the range, time to begin a walking, stretching or fitness program on our own, at the gym or perhaps with a personal trainer. 

  • Bowling news

    BRUNSWICK BOWLING CENTER

  • Molly Gore speaks to First Tee...

    BY ELSA BONSTEIN

    PUBLIC RELATIONS OF TFTBC

    Molly Gore has been a member of The First Tee of Brunswick County since the organization began five years ago. 

    She was one of the original 10 kids chosen to be part of the yearlong Nick Bradley Clinic at Barefoot Landing. She is an Eagle level participant in The First Tee and a member of the South Brunswick High School conference championship girls’ golf team. 

  • Winter anglers have success...

    It has been a winter of spectacular redfish action and not much else in Brunswick County. The red drum action has been amazingly consistent for those few fishing for them. Boaters have been plying the shallowest parts of the back creeks on low tide and catching redfish all winter.

  • Registration open for county...

    This year is the 23rd anniversary of Brunswick County Senior Games and SilverArts. These events are open to all Brunswick County residents age 55 and over. The event has a dual focus and provides both athletic and SilverArts competition.

    The games begin April 6 with opening ceremonies at Town Creek Park and are completed on May 19 with a medals ceremony at the Brunswick County Cooperative Center. Deadline to register is March 11.

  • 12 county wrestlers qualify for...

     

     

     

    Three county wrestlers won regional championships in the state-qualifier matches Friday and Saturday.

    West Brunswick junior Ronnie Dellinger, South Brunswick junior Luwolf Sanderson and South Brunswick junior Jon Wiley won championships. They wrestled in the Class 3A Regional at South Central High School.

    In all, 12 county wrestlers qualified for the NCHSAA state meet this weekend in Greensboro. To qualify, wrestlers had to finish in the top four in their weight class.

  • BCC basketball teams win

     Lattrell Royster made two free throws with 13.7 seconds left as the Brunswick Community College men’s basketball team beat Denmark Tech 78-75 Saturday.

    After Royster’s free throws, the Panthers missed a 3-pointer and a rebound in the last home game of the season to be played on Walter Shaw Court at the Dinah E. Gore Fitness & Aquatics Center.

  • VIDEO INCLUDED North’s Tylan...

     LELAND—North Brunswick High School senior baseball player Tylan Kelly signed a letter of intent Feb. 18 with Southeastern Community College.

  • North’s girls finish second in...

     The North Brunswick High School girls’ basketball team fell behind 17-0 and never recovered in a 61-41 loss to East Bladen on Feb. 18 in the championship game of the Waccamaw 2A/3A Conference basketball tournament.

    For North (18-6), Tyera Fisher finished as the high scorer (24 points) in the game on Walter Shaw Court at the Dinah E. Gore Fitness & Aquatics Center.

  • VIDEO INCLUDED State shot put...

     BOILING SPRING LAKES—South Brunswick High School senior Ryan Minor, a three-time state champion in the shot put, signed a letter of intent Feb. 16 to attend Appalachian State University.

    “As soon as I stepped on the campus,” Minor said, “I said, ‘This is the place where I want to go to college.’”

    Minor was already familiar with ASU. He had attended a throwers camp in which one of the ASU coaches, April Smith, was an instructor.