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Today's Sports

  • West Brunswick beats New Hanover...
  • Detectives search for missing...

    Brunswick County Sheriff's Office detectives are asking for the public's assistance in locating a missing local man. 

    Andy James Anderson, 34, was last seen in Bolivia on Wednesday, Oct. 5, BCSO spokeswoman Emily Flax said. He was last seen wearing a gray t-shirt, blue shorts and white tennis shoes. 

    Anderson has family in Conway, S.C., and may be visiting homeless shelters, Flax said. 

    Anyone with information about Anderson's whereabouts is asked to call 911 or Det. Kip Hester at 253-2777. 

  • Sloup helps Winthrop win golf...

    By Jack Frost

    Winthrop University

    Ashley Sloup finished third out of 61 golfers in leading  Winthrop to a first-place finish Oct. 11 in the Terrier Intercollegiate championship at Rock Hill, S.C.

    Winthrop rallied from a 13-stroke deficit in the second round and won the title by a stroke against Western Carolina.

  • Trojans defeat Cougars 46-7
  • West Brunswick beats South...

    BOILING SPRING LAKES — West Brunswick beat South Brunswick 1-0 in a conference soccer game Oct. 5.

    The victory completed a season sweep of the Cougars and kept the Trojans in contention for the Class 3A title in the Mideastern 3A/4A Conference.

    West is 2-1 and Topsail 2-0 in the 3A part of the conference. West has a rematch with Topsail on Oct. 25. West is 2-10-1 overall.

    South is 0-3 in the 3A part of the conference, 0-11 overall.

  • Sloup second in college tourney...

    Winthrop junior Ashley Sloup finished second in the Starmount Forest Fall Classic Oct. 4.

    Sloup, a South Brunswick graduate, finished at 9-over par in the three-day tournament in Greensboro. She shot a 76-71-75 — 222.

    Hollee Sadler of Tennessee Tech won the tourney by three strokes. She shot a 74-72-73 — 219 (6-over par).

    Sadler entered the final round a stroke ahead of Sloup. They played the final round together.

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  • Treffingers third in U.S. Open...

    Over the years, tournament king mackerel fishermen begin to realize that no matter how hard they try, some days are good, and some are bad. It typically isn’t the bait, boat or skirt you have tied to your leader. It’s usually about finding the right spot and hoping your number gets called. It’s a waiting game and all you can do is hope that patience pays off. On Saturday, Oct. 1,  it paid off for my wife, Kelly, and I, as well as the rest of team OIFC: Brant, Amy, Brayden, Caroline and Barrett McMullan.

  • Ocean Isle Beach race photos
  • Season ends in heartbreak for...

    Chad McCumbee, trying to win a second-straight International Motor Sports Association championship, drove with a broken wrist, but he and Stevan McAleer fell short.