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  • Allen named top player in AAC...

     

    Hed: Allen named top player in AAC tourney

     

    Staff Report

    Tournament Most Outstanding Player Hunter Allen went 3-for-5 with two runs scored and pitcher Nick Durazo worked five innings of one-hit shutout relief as No. 2-seeded East Carolina was a 9-1 winner against top-seeded Houston on Sunday, May 24, in winning the American Athletic Conference Baseball Championship at Bright House Field in Clearwater, Fla.

  • Flounder bite rebounds after...
  • Gulf Stream fishing in full swing

    By Capt. Derek Treffinger

    As I sat on the dock enduring what seemed to be a never-ending tropical storm, I thought of the familiar saying “this too shall pass.” Meaning, if I was patient enough, the storm will pass, the seas would become calm and the fish would begin to bite again.

    Well, thankfully, last weekend, the storm passed and the fish were definitely hungry.

  • The golfers among us: Ted Lide,...

    A few weeks ago, I began the series “The Golfers Among Us.” We have a fabulous, fantastic, fascinating mix of people here in Brunswick County and I wanted to feature some of our local citizen/golfers.

    This week, we honor one of our military heroes: Ted Lide. He is a gentle, humble man, yet he is also the most decorated Vietnam veteran hailing from South Carolina.

  • North coach appreciative after...

     GREENSBORO — Coach Garry Bishop may have been more excited than his athletes after they won the NCHSAA Class 2A state track title Saturday, May 16. This was the fourth straight title in two years for the Scorpions. They have won back-to-back indoor titles and back-to-back outdoor titles.

    Bishop knows what can go wrong at a state meet, and that is why state titles are so meaningful to him.

  • Washington earns Most Valuable...

      GREENSBORO — North Brunswick sophomore Jayhlen Washington won the Most Valuable Athlete award in the state track meet with an effort most appreciated by his coach.

    Washington scored 28 of the Scorpions’ 53 points in leading the Scorpions to their second straight NCHSAA Class 2A outdoor track state championship. He won the long jump and the triple jump. He was second in the 110-meter hurdles. And he was running the final lap in his final event, the four-by-200, until he pulled a hamstring, ending what already was a memorable day.

  • Cheers to play in all-star...

     West Brunswick senior Gray Cheers has been selected to play in the North Carolina Coaches Association East-West All-Star men’s basketball game.

    The game features some of the top graduated senior basketball players in the state.

    The basketball game will be played July 20 at the Greensboro Coliseum.

    Cheers is one of 10 players on the East roster, which includes Hoggard’s Trae Bryant and Whiteville’s Shaun Kirk. Cheers will continue his basketball career at Hampden-Sydney.

  • Scorpions advance to third round...

     North Brunswick advanced to the third round of the Class 2A state softball playoffs by beating No. 22 North Pitt 7-0 Saturday, May 16, in Leland.

    The No. 6 Scorpions (18-5) will play on Tuesday, May 19, at No. 3 Beddingfield (18-1).

    North Pitt finishes 16-8.

     

    Against North Pitt, Preston Ellenberg (7-2) was the winning pitcher. She gave up five hits and one walk in the seven-inning game. She hit two batters and struck out nine.

     

  • VIDEO: Scorpions win another...

     

    GREENSBORO — North Brunswick won the North Carolina High School Athletic Association Class 2A boys’ track-and-field state championship Saturday, May 16, at the Irwin Belk Track at North Carolina State A&T University.

    The victory was North’s second straight outdoor title. Including indoor titles, the Scorpions, coached by Garry Bishop, have won four straight track state championships.