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Today's Sports

  • New and old threats to our...

    According to the Farmer’s Almanac, this fun roller coaster ride may not be over just yet. Last week dished out rain, freezing rain, sleet, snow and even a little earthquake. The Farmer’s Almanac has been right so far this year, as it predicted last week’s winter weather nearly perfectly.

  • Family feel made Robinson a...

    LELAND – North Brunswick High School’s Jabril Robinson officially became a Clemson Tiger Wednesday, signing his letter of intent in front of about 100 students, teachers and family.

    Robinson gave his verbal commitment to Clemson University during a July visit to the South Carolina school, but agreements aren’t binding until recruits sign their letter of intent and send it to the school on Feb. 5, known as National Signing Day.

    Before signing his commitment letter, Robinson thanked everyone for attending the event.

  • BCC men clinch Region 10...

     BOLIVIA — Brunswick Community College scored the last eight points of the first half and opened the second half like gangbusters to take a 91-75 win over Clinton Junior College Saturday afternoon, Feb. 15.

    The victory at the Dinah E. Gore Fitness & Aquatics Center gym clinched at least a tie for the Region 10 regular-season title, the fifth time in eighth years BCC either has won the regular-season title or has won the conference tournament title.

  • Trojans open Farm Bureau...

      BOLIVIA — The West Brunswick High School boys’ basketball team beat South Brunswick 60-39 Monday, Feb. 17, in a first-round game of the Mideastern 3A/4A Conference championship tournament, sponsored by Farm Bureau Insurance.

    The Trojans (16-6) will play a second-round game at 7:45 p.m. Wednesday, Feb. 19, at the Dinah E. Gore Fitness & Aquatics Center gym. The championship game is 8 p.m. Friday, Feb. 21.

  • ChampionsGate a great golf venue

    As we travel around the country, it’s fun to try new places, new golf courses and new accommodations. We were in Florida for three weeks this winter, visiting old friends and playing golf in several guest days.

    That is the best part of golf, because it’s not just a sport. Golf is also a social event and can morph into several days of fun, food and camaraderie.

  • Trojans sweep 3A foes, clinch...

    BOILING SPRING LAKES — The packed gym went silent as Gray Cheers lay on his back on the floor for a few minutes.

    West Brunswick’s leading scorer had been undercut while driving the baseline and landed hard on his head and elbow, and blood trickled from a knuckle on his shooting hand.

    Teammates helped Cheers to his feet, the blood was cleaned off his hand, and he went on a tear scoring 21 points to lead West past South Brunswick 62-45 Wednesday night. Feb. 5.

  • Robinson says family feel factor...

    LELAND — North Brunswick High School’s Jabril Robinson officially became a Clemson Tiger last week, signing his letter of intent in front of about 100 students, teachers and family.

    Robinson gave his verbal commitment to Clemson University during a July visit to the South Carolina school but agreements aren’t binding until recruits sign their letter of intent and send it to the school on Feb. 5, known as National Signing Day.

    Before signing his commitment letter, Robinson spoke to those attending the signing.

  • Terrell Stanley listed in good...

     

  • BCC wins, stays in first place

     

    BOLIVIA—This wasn’t a parade to the foul line. This was an Olympic procession.

    While team USA was winning the first gold medal in the Sochi Winter Olympics, Brunswick Community College was walking to the foul line 58 times on its way to a 99-90 victory over USC Salkehatchie Saturday.

    The win keeps the Dolphins in first place in the conference with a 6-1 league record.

    BCC scored more than a third of its points from the charity stripe — 39 — while the Indians sank 19 of their 39 free throws in the game.

  • BCC opens home baseball season...

     

    The Brunswick Community College baseball team opened its 2014 home season by beating the East Carolina University club team 12-2 in nine innings Sunday, Feb. 9, at Founders Field.

    Alex Ministeri was the winning pitcher in the first game, giving up five hits and two runs in 4.2 innings. He walked two and struck out seven. Ben Turner pitched 3.1 innings, giving up a walk and striking out three. Dylan Reed pitched the last inning, striking out one.