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Today's Sports

  • Stable weather creates excellent...

     Have you seen the weather forecast? We are expected to have the most stable weather we have had all year: light northerly winds at night switching to light southerly winds during the day. That should create a calm and predictable ocean, allowing all sizes of boats to target Spanish mackerel, king mackerel and bull redfish along our beach.

  • Cooler weather brings leads to...
  • Ex-Trojan Russell Norton helps...

     Russell Norton, a West Brunswick graduate now a defensive line football coach at Bluefield College, is getting credit for finding proper equipment for a middle school football player.

    A 12-year-old player at Bluefield (Va.) Middle School who is 5-foot-10, 315 pounds, needed a size-17 shoe, a 2X size college helmet and other special equipment for play football. When Buster Large, the head football coach at Bluefield Middle School, told Norton about the situation, Norton was eager to help.

  • Yarbrough finishes second in...

     The 2014 auto racing season became memorable for car owner Chad McCumbee and driver Sam Yarbrough when they had a second-place finish in the NASCAR-sanctioned MDCU 300 Sunday, Oct. 5, at Martinsville, Va.

    The finish was the highlight of the year for the team, who a few weeks earlier had clinched a second straight Late Model season championship at Myrtle Beach (S.C.) Speedway.

  • New time for WBHS boys’...

    New time for WBHS boys’ basketball fundraiser

     A fundraiser for the West Brunswick boys’ basketball team will take place during dining hours 4-10 p.m. Oct. 8 at Inlet View restaurant. Some of the proceeds will go to the West Brunswick boys’ basketball program, West boys’ basketball coach Eric Davis said. All are invited to dine and support the Trojan boys’ basketball team. 

  • Cougars defeat Trojans in five...

     Staff Report

    South Brunswick beat West Brunswick 25-17, 25-22, 23-25, 16-25, 15-10 in a conference volleyball match Sept. 30.

    The victory completed a season sweep by the Cougars.

    For South, Rexi-Lee Harris had 25 assists. Kelsi Kazmierczak had 10 kills.

    Cali Watson had 13 kills and four aces. Georgianna Watson had 15 digs.

     

    North volleyball

    The Scorpions defeated Southwest Onslow 25-16, 27-25, 25-17 Tuesday, Sept. 30. 

  • Trojans persevere, beat Cougars...

     SHALLOTTE — West Brunswick beat South Brunswick 2-1 in overtime in a conference soccer game Tuesday, Sept. 30, at West.

    With West down a player because of a red-card penalty, freshman Lincoln Smith scored the winning goal with 2 minutes, 59 seconds left in overtime. The goal was the first of his career. Junior David Cardenas had the assist.

    The victory was the first of the season for the Trojans (1-8-2).

  • Greg Hensley: Interning at...

     Greg Hensley, charter member of The First Tee of Brunswick County and now a Professional Golf Management student at Campbell University, is living the dream. He is on a six–month internship at Bandon Dunes Resort in Oregon.

    How cool is that?

    If you’ve never heard of Bandon Dunes, you’re probably not a golfer. This is a golf course resort on the coast of Oregon that has grown into a world-class golf experience. Folks travel to Oregon from all parts of the world to play the five Bandon Dunes courses.

  • King mackerel rumble into area...

     The fall fishing has finally fired off. King mackerel, Spanish mackerel, redfish and large schools of false albacore have resided off our coast, providing near shore anglers with some of the best fishing they have had all year.

  • Bull redfish run begins