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Today's Sports

  • BCC beats Lakeland in...

    BOLIVIA — Brunswick Community College beat Lakeland (Kirtland, Ohio) Community College 8-4 in the first game of a baseball doubleheader Saturday, March 12, at Founders Field.

    Starting pitcher Jonathan Carpenter gave up two hits in seven scoreless innings. He walked one, hit one and struck out five. He had a no-hitter through five and one-third innings.

    BCC finished with 12 hits, five of them doubles.

  • West beats North 5-1 in soccer
  • Scorpions beat West Brunswick 6-...

    LELAND — North Brunswick beat West Brunswick 6-5 in nine innings in a non-conference softball game Friday, March 11.

    Sophomore catcher Alleigh Himes drove in the game-ending run. She singled up the middle with one out and the bases loaded.

    Sophomore Jessica Williams was the winning pitcher. She gave up 10 hits, walked four and hit one batter. She struck out 12.

  • Powers pitches West to victory...

    TABOR CITY — West Brunswick beat South Columbus 6-1 in a non-conference baseball game March 10.

    West pitcher Kevin Powers pitched all seven innings, giving up four hits. He struck out three, hit one batter and walked none. The one run was unearned and scored in the first inning. West made three errors.

  • Baseball, softball schedules for...

    Touchstone Energy Beach Diamond Invitational Baseball Tournament

    At Mike Alderson Field at West Brunswick High School

    (Times, dates subject to change pending weather.)

    March 28

    10 a.m.: South Columbus vs. East Forsyth.

    1 p.m.: East Columbus vs. Pincrest.

    4 p.m.: West Columbus vs. Harrells Christian.

    7 p.m.: North Brunswick vs. West Brunswick.

    March 29

    10 a.m. Losers of first two games March 28.

    1 p.m. Losers of last two games March 28.

  • Trojan boys lose 13-2 to St....

    SHALLOTTE — West Brunswick lost 13-2 March 9 to St. James (Murrells Inlet, S.C.) High School in the Trojans’ most competitive boys’ lacrosse game since the program began last year.

    West senior attackman Michael Nelson scored the first goal of the game. West trailed 3-1 after the first quarter. Senior midfielder Austin Mokma’s goal in the second quarter cut the lead to 4-2, and the quarter ended with St. James ahead 6-2.

  • 2016 BB&T Football Jamboree...

    The 2016 BB&T Football Jamboree will be Aug. 12 at Legion Stadium, according to South Brunswick athletics director Chris Roehner, who attended a jamboree meeting March 9.

    This is the schedule:

    4:45 pm: Cheer showcase

    5:30 pm: Football jamboree

    Game 1: North Brunswick vs. South Columbus

    Game 2: New Hanover vs. Wallace Rose Hill

    Game 3: Laney vs. Whiteville

    Game 4: Ashley vs. South Brunswick

    Game 5: Hoggard vs. West Brunswick

  • Softball schedule for Easter...

    This is the schedule as of March 9 for the annual Easter holiday softball tournament at West Brunswick High School, provided by coach Joe Noble.

    (Times, dates subject to change pending weather.)

    March 28: 10 a.m. South Columbus vs. Richmond County; 1 p.m. West Brunswick vs. Davie County; 4 p.m. East Columbus vs. Richmond; 7 p.m. West Brunswick vs. East Forsyth. 

    March 29: 10 a.m. East Columbus vs. Davie County; 1 p.m. South Columbus vs. Davie County; 4 p.m. South Columbus vs. East Forsyth; 7 West Brunswick vs. Richmond County.

  • West Brunswick’s Tristan Murphy...

    SHALLOTTE — West Brunswick senior Tristan Murphy has signed a letter of intent to play soccer at Mars Hill University.

    A few years ago, it was unlikely Murphy would be playing college soccer.

    “My freshman year, me and four other players all had the chance to play college, but I was probably the least (likely) to go,” he said. “I was the last one on the list that would have gone. But I actually made it. I’m pretty excited.”

  • West Brunswick lacrosse teams’...

    SHALLOTTE — The West Brunswick girls’ lacrosse team began the second season in the program’s history March 8, losing 20-3 to Class 4A New Hanover.

    West senior Sarah Poulin scored two goals and sophomore Aubrey Mokma one. Senior Farris Carter assisted on Poulin’s second goal.

    West had several attacks near the New Hanover goal but was unable to finish all but three.

    West trailed 2-1, 6-2 and 13-2 in the first half and never had a chance to rally in the second half.