Today's Sports

  • BCC volleyball team wins three...

    The Brunswick Community College volleyball team beat Lenoir Community College 25-13, 17-25, 25-18, 25-13 in first match of a three-team match Saturday at the Dinah E. Gore Fitness and Aquatics Center gym.

    The victory completed a season sweep by the Dolphins over the LCC. The Dolphins, the defending regular-season region champion and regional tournament champion, swept LCC 22-20-21 Sept. 23.

    The Dolphins then routed Rockingham Community College 25-9, 25-16, 25-16.

  • Cougars' defense stars in...

    TABOR CITY—The South Brunswick defense forced seven turnovers—the last one an interception by Rashen Bellamy on a game-tying two-point conversion—as the Cougars stunned perennial power South Columbus 21-19 in a Waccamaw Conference football game Friday night.

    “This is my 13th year here,” South Brunswick athletics director Chris Roehner said, “and this is the first time we defeated South Columbus.”

    Cougar right guard Corey Travis praised the defense.

  • Lady Trojans beat Whiteville,...

    The West Brunswick volleyball team swept Whiteville 25-15, 25-8, 25-16 in a Waccamaw Conference match Oct. 8 at West.

    The victory improved West to 9-1 in the conference, 17-1 overall.

  • Roberts wins $10,000 in Rumble...

    The seventh annual Rumble In the Jungle king mackerel fishing tournament took place Saturday at the Harborgate Marina in North Myrtle Beach, S.C. The tournament is put on by the Little River Inlet Saltwater Fishing Club and attracted 151 boats this year.

    The winner, taking the $10,000 first prize, was James H. Roberts II, of Shallotte. He caught a 35.60-pound king mackerel taken from the rough and choppy waters that plagued the fishermen all day.

  • Tips on catching pompano and...

    Off-and-on spot fishing has been a staple of the last few weeks, and local area piers have had some good spot runs. It’s mainly been a matter of being at the exact right place and the exact right time. Meanwhile, two other fish are taking up some of the slack when the spot aren’t cooperating. They are pompano on the ocean side and speckled trout inshore.

  • Fall kingfish continue biting at...

    Fall arrived in September like a lion, but since that time, it has stumbled along like a drunken sailor.

    For the most part, it’s been unseasonably warm over the past few weeks and the result has been that water temperatures have continued in the mid-70s, which is not a bad thing at all as king and Spanish mackerel prefer this range. The result has been continuing action within sight of land for both kings and Spanish, along with bountiful supplies of baitfish running the surf.

  • Golf action


    The Beachcombers played a four-man, two low nets tournament Friday at Beachwood. The winners with a score of 120 (–24) were Paul Michal, Roger Dunham, Gary Gutheil and Stu Cleveland. In second were Bob Smith, Dan O’Connor, Ed Hennessey and Harry Haggerty with a 123. Low scores for the day were Paul Michal, 77; Harry Haggerty, 80; and Stu Cleveland and Gary Gutheil, 82. Paul Michal was voted golfer of the week.


  • West Brunswick falls to East...

    East Bladen recovered a punt West Brunswick had blocked and that sparked five straight touchdowns by the Eagles as they beat the Trojans 47-14 on homecoming night at M.H. Rourk Stadium.

    “At the time it was big,” East coach Lenon Fisher said, “but I think the game was really (won) in the second half. We did a heck of a job. ”

    In the second half the Eagles scored twice in 19 seconds in taking a 28-7 lead.

  • West beats North 6-1 in Waccamaw...



    West Brunswick scored five goals in the second half to beat North Brunswick 6-1 in a Waccamaw Conference boys’ soccer game Oct. 7 at West.

    The victory put West at 4-1-1 in the conference, 6-7-2 overall.