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Today's Sports

  • Trey Brown nearly throws no-...

      The West Brunswick High School baseball team lost 3-2 in eight innings to Ashley in the season opener March 1.

    West senior pitcher Trey Brown had a no-hitter through six and one-third innings before the Screaming Eagles’ Shepard homered on an 0-2 pitch. Ashley scored twice in the top of the eighth in taking a 3-1 lead. West cut the lead to 3-2 in the bottom of the inning and had two runners on base with no outs, but Ashley’s Trevor Kelly ended the game with three straight strikeouts.

  • Ocean Isle Beach Crime Report

    The Ocean Isle Beach Police Department investigated the following incidents last week. All information is taken directly from police reports.

    •Larceny, breaking and entering and property damage on East First Street; suspect gained entry into residence and removed five TVs, four DVD players and one Xbox.

    •Khoury Wesley Robertson, 25, of Shallotte; was charged with having an outstanding warrant.

  • VIDEO INCLUDED South’s Matt...

     GREENSBORO—South Brunswick High School senior Matt Craven finished third in the 119-pound class Saturday in the N.C. High School Athletic Association Class 3A state wrestling championships.

    Craven had the highest finish of the seven Cougars at the tournament.

  • West’s Dellinger fourth in state...

     GREENSBORO—West Brunswick High School junior Ronnie Dellinger had the best finish of the four Trojans at the N.C. High School Athletic Association Class 3A state wrestling championships. Dellinger finished fourth and ended the season 39-3.

    At 103 pounds Dellinger opened the state championship by beating Morehead’s Daniel Trent 15-0 in 4 minutes, 20 seconds. Dellinger then faced North Iredell sophomore Matthew Tutterrow, and he beat Dellinger 6-4 in overtime. Tutterrow went on to finish second in the championship.

  • South’s Levi Prince signs with...

     Levi Prince, the starting fullback for the South Brunswick Cougar football team, has signed a letter of intent to play football at Livingstone College in Salisbury.

    “I looked at Pembroke and Catawba colleges,” Prince said, “but chose Livingstone because they offered me a full scholarship. I’m thrilled to be going to Livingstone and plan on looking at sports therapy in the long run. But as long as I can play football for the next four years, I will be happy.”

  • Scores, highlights of area golf...

    The Beachcombers played on Friday at Eagles Nest. Lowest gross: Reese Evans 74, Charlie Shore 83, Randy Cogdill 84 and Jack Goin 85. Lowest net: Goin 63, Evans 65, Shore 67 and Dick Conley 69. Team two low nets each hole: Tying at 22 under par were Dick Cecil, Shore, Paul Michal and Bob Byrne; Dan O’Connell, Reggie Auten, Jim Beairsto and Cogdill. Golfer of the week is Evans.

    BRIERWOOD MIXED SCRAMBLE

  • 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.