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Today's Sports

  • Golf action

    BEACHCOMBERS

    The Beachcombers played at Palmetto Greens. Low gross: 81, Hal Riebesehl; 82, Stu Cleveland; 85, Paul Michal; 87, Randy Cogdill; 88, Ed Kinney.

    Low nets: 58, Riebesehl; 62, Bob Smith and Kinney; 63, Reggie Auten; 64, Cleveland, Ed Hennessey and Bill Cameron; 67, Michal.

    Teams scored two low nets on each hole. Winning at 44-under par were Michal, Riebesehl, Auten and Cameron.

    RIEBESEHL EAGLES

    Hal Riebesehl had an eagle-2 on the par-4, 261-yard seventh hole at Palmetto Greens.

  • Meadowlands Missfits: Women...

    There are many, many golf leagues in Brunswick County. Each course has its men’s, women’s and mixed groups. If you add in the Elks, the VFW, the Fadeaways, the Calabashers, the Beachcombers, the Rebels, the Renegades, the Seniors, Ladybirds and Club 25, you can see there are literally dozens of tournaments being played each week.

    Despite dire warnings to the contrary, the game of golf is alive and well in Brunswick County.

  • Photos of the Brunswick County...
  • West's Evans, Frink county...

    West Brunswick’s Mariah Evans and Shanae Frink won championships in the county high school track meet April 21 at West.

    Evans won the 200-meter run and Frink the triple jump.

    Evans and Frink also ran on the winning 4x100 relay in a regional-qualifying time of 54.32, beating South by 0.08 seconds. Courtney Turner and Breana Gause also ran on the relay.

    South Brunswick’s girls won 13 of the 18 events and won the team title.

    Six of South’s victories met regional-qualifying standards.

  • West golfers win MEC 3-A title

    Led by all-conference golfers Harrison Taylor and Greg Hensley, the West Brunswick High School golf team Monday won the Class 3-A title of the Mideastern Conference.

    The championship qualifies West for the Class 3-A East Regional, to be played May 4 at Maccripine Country Club in Pinetops. The top three teams and the top three players not on those teams qualify for Class 3-A state championships May 11-12 at Keith Hills Country Club in Buies Creek.

  • West completes sweep of county...

    The West Brunswick girls’ soccer team completed a sweep of county teams by beating North Brunswick 4-0 Monday at West.

    Two West goals were disallowed because of offsides. The Lady Trojans improved to 8-8 for the year.

    West scored twice in the first half, the first goal eight minutes into the game on a pass from junior forward Taylor Ambrose to senior forward Mariah Evans. Her kick in the box went through the legs of the North goalkeeper.

  • Memory, Gause homer as West...

    JACKSONVILLE—Two-run home runs by Alex Memory and Jay Gause scored all of West Brunswick’s runs in a 4-0 victory Friday over White Oak in a Mideastern Conference baseball game.

    The low-scoring game was surprising, considering the Trojans had beaten the Vikings 17-0 last month.

    The victory improved West’s record to 7-1 in the conference, 16-3 overall, and keeps it in the running for the MEC title. West’s one MEC loss is to Laney, and the two teams have a rematch on Senior Night April 30 at West.

  • North Brunswick defeats...
  • Gause, Memory homer as West...

    JACKSONVILLE—Two-run home runs by Alex Memory and Jay Gause scored all of West Brunswick’s runs in a 4-0 victory Friday over White Oak in a Mideastern Conference baseball game.

    The low-scoring game was surprising, considering the Trojans had beaten the Vikings 17-0 last month.

    The victory improved West’s record to 7-1 in the conference, 16-3 overall.

    Randy Daniels was the winning pitcher, giving up three hits in five innings. He struck out six and walked no one.

  • South Brunswick beats Pender 6-0...

    BOILING SPRING LAKES—The South Brunswick girls’ soccer team remained unbeaten in the Waccamaw Conference by beating Pender 6-0 April 22.

    The Cougars beat the Patriots 8-0 April 8, but in the first half of the rematch Pender put more pressure on the South defense and goalkeeper Elizabeth Butler, who made several saves.

    South finally scored 11 minutes into the game on a 20-yard shot by junior Kayla Carmichael. Just before the half ended, junior Ashley Briggs scored. Junior Ann Burton had the assist.