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Today's Sports

  • Former Trojan holds camp to...

     By her own admission, part of Alicia Johnson’s heart is in the Dominican Republic.

    She is in Santo Domingo through the first week of August with a group from First Baptist Church of Shallotte.

    In an effort to raise money for her fifth trip to the Dominican with First Baptist, the former West Brunswick High School cheerleader held the inaugural “2017 Mini Cheer Camp” for girls ages 3-13.

  • Hot Corner with Supply resident...

    Editor’s Note: Hot Corner will be published weekly. It’s a conversation revolving around sports between Beacon sports editor Sam Hickman and a Brunswick County resident. If you are interested in chatting on the Hot Corner, email shickman@brunswickbeacon.com. This week’s guest is Supply resident and Chicago Cubs junkie Seth Gearhart.  

     

  • Golf roundup - Aug. 3, 2017...

     Results of recent golf events submitted by area golf leagues.

     

    Beachcombers

  • Kuchar falls short with family...
  • BCC student works on grounds...

     Most college students spend their summers working odd jobs and taking their free time with their toes in the sand.

    Chase Bell, a student in Brunswick Community College’s horticulture and turfgrass management program, spent at least part of his summer shagging fly balls from major leaguers and hamming it up with the likes of New York Yankees slugger Aaron Judge.

    Bell, a 25-year-old from Georgia who’s been in the BCC turfgrass program for one year, applied for an internship during the 2017 spring semester to work in Jupiter, Fla., for the summer.

  • County senior softball league...

     SHALLOTTE – For a softball league that began with five members, six players shy of fielding an actual team, the Brunswick County Senior Softball League is in a good place in 2017.

    The league has been in existence since 1996 and gives the county’s senior citizens another outlet in which they can remain active.

  • McCray and Vereen compete in...

     Two of the best players in West Brunswick High School football history competed in an all-star game featuring the top high school players in North Carolina.

    Running back Anthony “Bubba” McCray and lineman Taye Vereen, who graduated in June, represented the Trojans on July 19 at the 2017 North Carolina Coaches Association East-West All-Star Game at Jamieson Stadium on the campus of Grimsley High School in Greensboro.

    McCray totaled 43 yards on six carries, including a 37-yard scamper on the team’s longest carry of the game.

  • Exploring live bait Spanish...

     Brunswick County fishing has officially set in to a pure summer pattern. The weather and water temperatures are hot and the tourist activity amongst the Brunswick County islands has reached its peak. Fortunately for the fishermen of our county, the fishing has been very good.

  • Sports calendar (July 27, 2017...

    Pickleball clinic offered

  • Southport-Oak Island falls in...

     Two years ago, a Southport-Oak Island all-star team had to beat SouthPark twice to capture the 2015 Dixie Youth State Tournament crown and advance to the World Series.

    Southport-Oak Island did just that and advanced to a Dixie Youth World Series for the second time in three seasons.

    Fast forward to 2017 and this same group of kids found themselves in the same predicament in the Majors state tournament last week in Leland.

    The squad entered the tournament finals having to knock off SouthPark twice to secure the championship.