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Today's Sports

  • Tenth annual event raises $22,...

     SUNSET BEACH – Angela Nicholson simply nods her head, partly in disbelief and partly satisfaction, when she looks at the final numbers.

    As Sandpiper Bay Golf and Country Club finished hosting its 10th Annual Pretty in Pink Golf Tournament and Auction on Wednesday, Sept. 27, Nicholson tallied the final numbers and realized the events have raised more than $200,000 in the last 10 years.

  • Breaking down the Beacon Pigskin...

     If you turn to page 6B in this week’s sports section, you’ll see the Week 5 predictions. You’ll look down to the know-it-all sports editor’s picks and wonder how in the world he picked a Dallas Cowboys team that couldn’t beat the Rams at home to beat Green Bay next week.

    Your skepticism is most likely warranted as I have stumbled out of the gates this season to a 24-15 record through four weeks of the Beacon Pigskin Challenge.

    Not a terrible record, but not a great one, either.

  • Trojans use first-half explosion...

     LELAND – After a 7-0 victory Sept. 22 over Ashley High School, West Brunswick head football coach Kelly Williamson said he was still waiting for his offense to click as the Trojans get into the meat of their conference schedule.

    Williamson and his staff can wait no more.

    West Brunswick amassed 294 total yards on 34 plays in the first half alone of a 28-7 victory over county rival North Brunswick inside Garry Bishop Stadium in Leland on Friday, Sept. 29.

  • West Brunswick girls’ tennis...

     OCEAN ISLE BEACH – West Brunswick head women’s tennis coach Scott Mehalick has coached tennis for more than 30 years.

    He coached a pair of individual regional champions as the head coach of the men’s team at West and has led several squads to the state playoffs.

    Taking into account all of the teams he has coached in a highly successful career, Mehalick says this year’s team “is as good of a group as I’ve ever had.”

  • Southport plays host to national...
  • Beacon Pigskin Challenge

     District Court Judge Jason Disbrow leads the Beacon Pigskin Challenge through three weeks with a 20-9 record. State Farm's Kristin Dowdy and Beacon sports editor Sam Hickman are tied for second place with 18-11 ledgers. 

  • West Brunswick soccer plays to 2...

     The West Brunswick High School varsity soccer team dropped a conference game against New Hanover, 2-1, and tied Ashley, 2-2, last week. 

     

    The Trojans played Topsail on Tuesday, Sept. 26, at M.H. Rourk Stadium in Shallotte. Scroll through the slideshow to see photos of West Brunswick's game against Ashley. 

  • Notable scores, highlights from...

     Results of recent golf events submitted by area leagues.

     

    Beachcombers

  • Fishing trips yield great results

     Photos from recent fishing action with Capt. Buster Gillis of Buster's Outdoors Guide Service. 

  • Fall is the best time to go...

     Fall is a special time of year here in Brunswick County. Daytime temperatures decrease to a comfortable 75 degrees while a fall North breeze is just enough to cool spectators sampling food at the North Carolina Oyster Festival. Aside from the Oyster Festival out of Ocean Isle, some will often venture up to Wilmington for the Great Waiters Wine Race or live entertainment at Riverfest during the first weekend of October. However, fall is much more than just a festival-filled season for Brunswick County fishermen.