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Today's Sports

  • Teaching pro Nancy Tawney:...

    Now that the nice weather is here and I’m back out on the course, my game is shaky, especially around the greens. I’m seeing an inordinate number of chunks, skulls, line drives, three putts and other horrible shots. And it’s not just me. Many of us are losing tournaments and matches because of our short game.   

  • First Tee prepares youth for...

    By Sharon Gore

    TFTBC Public Relations

  • Southport Trinity sponsors Kids...

    Christian fellowship, nature and fun come together in a ministry for children called Kids Fishing for Christ. Presented by Southport Trinity United Methodist Church, the event will span 9 a.m.- 3 p.m. June 11 and June 18 and is open to area youth ages 8-12. 

  • Fishing action steady on local...

    I  just returned from two days of fishing on the Ocean Crest Pier in Oak Island, and the action was very steady.

  • Sports calendar

    WATER FITNESS CLASS FOCUSES ON ARTHRITIS

  • Willie Fulford wins Mini-Stock...

    Results of the Myrtle Beach Speedway Memorial Day Veterans 100 Saturday.

  • Young Panas brothers succeeding...

    Lincoln Elementary School students and brothers, Joey and Sean Panas, have a lot to be proud of this year. The brothers are also part of a small group of athletes who participate in folk style wrestling. 

  • West loses to Laney; sweeps West...

     The West Brunswick Junior American Legion baseball team lost 7-1 May 31 to Laney, West’s first loss in four games the season.

    West coaches used the game to give many pitchers some work. In all, six West pitchers were used.

    Jacob Hill started and gave up one unearned run and two hits. He walked one.

    Jordan Caison pitched a scoreless second inning, giving up one hit and one walk.

  • Randleman ends North Brunswick’s...

     RANDLEMAN—Standing on the prominent pitcher’s mound in the third inning at Randleman’s unique Brookshire Field—which features a sloping outfield—David Zacek was symbolic of North Brunswick’s baseball team in the final game of the NCHSAA Class 2A Eastern Regional: depleted of pitching but full of competitive spirit.

    Before a large crowd on a warm night, Randleman (26-3) beat North 13-7 Saturday in a game that came down to which team had the deepest pitching staff. On Saturday, neither starter got past the second inning.

  • Kelly, North Brunswick stun...

     LELAND—Tylan Kelly’s two-run hit off the outfield fence with one out in the seventh inning rallied North Brunswick to a 6-5 victory over Randleman on Friday night in the NCHSAA Class 2A Eastern Regional baseball tournament.

    Randleman lost for the just the third time in 28 games. The victory tied the best-of-three series 1-1. North (17-10) and Randleman (25-3) play at 7 p.m. Saturday in Randleman for the regional title and the bid to the state tournament.