Today's Sports

  • Trojans beat South Columbus,...

     The West Brunswick High School boys’ soccer swept South Columbus and East Bladen, setting up a game for first place Sept. 28 at South Brunswick.

    The Trojans, 5-0 in the conference, beat South Columbus 4-0 on Monday at West. West played most of the game on the Stallions’ defensive end and scored 15 minutes into the game on a shot by sophomore midfielder Luis Espinoza. Passes by Jacob Ferguson and Scottie Melvin set up the goal.

  • Cougars rout West Bladen on...

     BOILING SPRING LAKES—The South Brunswick defense kept the West Bladen Knights at bay all night, giving the Cougar offense great field position as the Cougars easily defeated West Bladen 48-21 Friday night in a conference football game.

    Greg Burton-White led the offensive assault for the Cougars with 138 yards on 11 carries and three touchdowns, but the offense sputtered in the beginning. The Knights intercepted a halfback option on the second play of the game and that led to a touchdown a few plays later.

  • Trojans defeat Scorpions 41-28

      Photos from West Brunswick’s 41-28 victory over North Brunswick.

  • National Hunting, Fishing Day is...

    National Hunting and Fishing Day in North Carolina is Sept. 24 and everyone is invited to learn more about outdoor recreation and conservation by attending one of seven family-oriented events across the state supported by the N.C. Wildlife Resources Commission.
    National Hunting and Fishing Day, formalized by Congress in 1971, was created by the National Shooting Sports Foundation to celebrate conservation successes of hunters and anglers. Hunting, fishing and related activities directly support 29,000 jobs and $818 million in income in North Carolina.

  • Champion’s Challenge Oct. 27 at...

    On Oct. 27, The First Tee of Brunswick County will be host of The First Tee National School Program Champion’s Challenge at The First Tee of Brunswick County’s Campus at Cinghiale Creek.

  • Crow Creek plays inaugural Krug...

    Jerry Dickson is the champion of the Crow Creek Men’s Golf Association inaugural John F. Krug Memorial Club Championship, played Sept. 13 -14.
    Other winners in the championship event: white tees, championship flight, second, John Pennell. White tees, A flight, Jim Atchley. Gold tees, A flight, Rich Kimsal. Gold tees, B flight, Artie Stoecker.
    “John Krug was one of the early settlers here in Crow Creek and was one of the founding fathers of CCMGA,” Ray Schatz said.

  • Ocean Ridge LGA has cancer rally

    The Ocean Ridge Ladies’ Golf Association played its annual Cancer Rally on Sept. 12.  The rally included a golf tournament played on Panther’s Run Golf Links and a Walkathon. Proceeds for the event, including tournament and entry fees, mulligan sales, a Share the Wealth raffle and the sale of flags in memory and in honor of those lost to or battling cancer, totaled $7,400, which will be donated to the North Carolina Breast and Cervical Cancer Control Program.

  • Golf tournaments

    The fourth annual Shallotte Elks Lodge charity golf tourney is set for 9 a.m. Oct. 8 at Brierwood. The fee is $65 per player, $260 per team of four. Fee covers continental breakfast, lunch and beverage cart. Call Bob Janovic at (910) 755-5898 for more information.

  • Sea Trail Ladies play member-...

    The Sea Trail LGA member-member tournament was played Sept. 14 and 15 at the Byrd and Maples courses.
    Overall winners at 157.25 were Mary Alice Jerome and Jo Ann Barton. Second at 159.25 were Nancy Hanania and Pat Lupi. Captain’s choice: First at 23.25, Diane Scheck and Carrie Wiles. Second at 24.75, Cheryl Campbell and Denise Reiner. Third at 26.25, Diane Carcich and Donna Morris.

  • Karr gets respect, wins coveted...

    Lockwood Folly’s Golden Boys played their sixth annual Sy Schaffler Tournament Sept. 8-12. The three-day, 54 hole event in perfect Brunswick County weather tested the skills and stamina of 24 players in an increasingly difficult format, which ended in a fourth-day 12-hole playoff among the top-three finishers to determine the champion.