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  • Trojans reach fourth round in...

    West Brunswick won its third-round baseball playoff game against Rockingham County 14-4 in six innings May 17.

    If West wins the game scheduled for Friday at West, it will play in the East Regional next week. Winner of the three-game series plays for the state title June 3-4 (site to be determined).

    Against Rockingham, the Trojans had 10 hits and nine walks. Two batters were hit by pitches. West stole five bases.

  • Mo Spada: Golfing every day and...

    Early this year, Mo Spada of Sea Trail was recognized by the Carolinas Golf Association as having played the most rounds of any woman golfer in North and South Carolina for 2015. She posted 275 rounds of golf.

    Figure it out, folks. That’s an average of 5.3 times a week, year-round. Think of rainy days and Nor’easters, ice storms and summer heat waves, Mo Spada is either out on the course or sitting in her house, just waiting to grab her clubs. I love it.

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  • BCC wins district, advances to...

    BURLINGTON — The Brunswick Community College baseball team crushed Patrick Henry Community College 22-9 in the championship game of the NJCAA Division II Southeast District tournament May 16, a victory that qualified the Dolphins for the World Series.

    The World Series is May 28 to June 4 at David Allen Memorial Ballpark in Enid, Okla.

    This will be the Dolphins’ second appearance in the World Series. The first appearance was in 2013, a season that eventually led to BCC being put on probation because of an ineligible player.

  • VIDEO: BCC wins regional, goes...

    The Brunswick Community College baseball team beat Patrick Henry Community College 22-9 Monday in the championship game of the NJCAA Division II Region 10 tournament in Burlington and qualified for the World Series.

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  • North’s girls, boys win regional...

    North Brunswick girls’ and boys’ track teams won North Carolina High School Athletic Association Class 2A East Regional championships Saturday.

    North’s girls scored 117 points, the only girls’ team to score more than 100 points.

    Currituck County was second (81). The Scorpions broke school records in the 400, 800 and 1,600 relays.

    Brother and sister Keandre Yeoman, a senior, and Keyana Yeoman, a freshman, won

    the 300-meter hurdles races.

  • West Brunswick reaches third...

    SHALLOTTE — The West Brunswick baseball team has reached the third round of the North Carolina High School Athletic Association Class 3A state playoffs.

    The Trojans beat Chapel Hill 10-0 Saturday in six innings on Mike Alderson Field.

  • BCC reaches final in World...

    BURLINGTON — The Brunswick Community College baseball team beat Wake Tech 11-3 in seven innings Sunday in a semifinal of the NJCAA Division II Region 10 championship baseball tournament.

    BCC was scheduled to play for the title Monday evening. If the Dolphins win, they advance to the World Series May 28 to June 4 at David Allen Memorial Ballpark in Enid, Okla.

    Against Wake Tech, winning pitcher Nolan Clenney gave up seven hits. He walked four and struck out nine.