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Today's Sports

  • McCumbee pleased with Daytona...

    Chad McCumbee finished eighth in the season-opening ARCA Series race Saturday at Daytona International Speedway, and he said he was pleased with the finish.

    “We had a good, solid weekend down there with the Andy Belmont Racing group and the ModSpace Ford,” McCumbee said.

  • South’s Minor wins state winter...

    For the second straight year, South Brunswick senior Ryan Minor won the shot put in the N.C. High School Athletic Association Class 3A/2A/1A state winter track and field meet. Minor put the shot 54 feet, a distance nearly 8 feet farther than any of the other 11 competitors.

    By comparison, the winning distance in the 4A meet was 53-9.

    The meet took place at Daskal Stadium on the Reid Ross Classical School campus Saturday in Fayetteville.

    Minor said the cold weather affected how he put the shot.

  • Waccamaw Conference championship...

     Waccamaw Conference championship basketball tournament

    Girls’ brackets

    Feb. 14

    No. 1 East Bladen (23-1,12-0), bye

    No. 5 West Bladen (5-16, 3-9) at No. 4 South Columbus (12-8, 6-6), 6 p.m.

    No. 6 West Brunswick (4-18, 3-9) at No. 3 Whiteville (12-9, 8-4), 6 p.m.

    No. 7 South Brunswick (3-17, 0-12) at No. 2 North Brunswick (16-5, 10-2), 6 p.m.

    Feb. 16

    No. 1 East Bladen vs. winner (West Bladen at South Columbus), 6 p.m., at Brunswick Community College

    Feb. 17

  • BCC wins season-opening...

     The Brunswick Community College baseball team opened its 2011 season by beating Harford Community College 9-1 and 2-1 Saturday.

    In the first game, starter Brock Holmes gave up no hits and one unearned run in three innings. He walked four and struck out one.

    Reliever Tory Schroff gave up two hits in four innings. He walked none and struck out four.

  • VIDEO West Brunswick High School...

    The West Brunswick High School cheerleaders perform on Pink Night. See attached video of the Lady Trojans’ dance team performing.

  • Depleted Lady Trojans lose...

     An injury-depleted West Brunswick girls’ basketball team lost 39-28 to South Columbus on Friday in the final conference game of the season.

    West played without senior Kayla Padgett, who scored the ceremonial first 2 points of the game, and Cassidy Ring. The Trojans finished 3-9 in the conference, 4-18 overall.

  • West’s boys end conference by...

     The West Brunswick High School boys’ basketball team ended its conference season by beating South Columbus 71-60 Friday night.

    On Senior Night, senior Quan Bates scored a season-high 26 points for the Trojans, who finished 4-8 in the conference, 6-16 overall.

    “It’s hard when you lose 16 games to keep a group of teenagers together,” West coach Eric Davis said. “But this group of kids has stayed together and kept working and kept believing in what we’re doing.

  • Bowling news

    Planet Fun Classic: Avery Brewer 259-257-223-739, Terry Decker 248-232-223-703, Michael Ward 247-222-218-687, Chris Arcaro 247-233-203-683, Rick LaChance 267-212-657, Sam Harris 264-203-643, Brian McCall 236-201-634, George Jacobs 275-203-634, Don Ruth 242-229-626, Mike Workman 246-625, Jonathan Lowery 252-622, Jeffrey Evans 218-603, T. J. Thornton 222-214, Gary Armistead 222, Len Mishue 211, Dick Lehrer 208-204, Lee Olson 207, Samuel Champion 205, Ron Decker 205, Dennis Nichols 204-200, Jeff Harrelson 201.

  • New fishing book is guide to...

    North Carolina fishing enthusiasts are about to get a great tool to help them in their angling endeavors. Veteran outdoors writer Mike Marsh is publishing “Fishing North Carolina,” which is going to be a must-read for any angler who loves fishing this state.

  • Golf, kids: A successful program...

    The First Tee of Brunswick County opened its youth organization five years ago this month. In her column “Golf, kids: A winning program,” Elsa Bonstein wrote about the more than 100 youngsters who showed up for the initial week of classes to the delight of founders Rusty and Carol Petrea.