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Today's Sports

  • God’s Pit Crew reveals new home...

     ASH — Irvin Milliken saw his new home for the first time March 16 when he was joined by a crowd of 50 family, friends and volunteers from God’s Pit Crew, the volunteer builders who replaced his Hurricane Florence flood-damaged house.

    The God’s Pit Crew team put Milliken up in a camper down the road from his property on Ash Little River Road until the new home was complete and they could host a reveal Saturday.

  • Dolphins drop series opener,...

     The Brunswick Community College baseball team has repeated a mantra as long as Robbie Allen has been the head coach.

    When approaching a three-game series on the road, the team has a saying, “Two’s a must, three’s a plus,” meaning the goal is to win twice, but a third win to secure a sweep is icing on the cake.

    When the Dolphins traveled to Pitt Community College, one of the top teams in Region 10, last weekend, BCC didn’t get to enjoy the icing on the cake, but it did get the job done.

  • Scorpion Winter Sting scheduled...

     The North Brunswick High School Booster Club is sponsoring a Scorpion Winter Sting, a 4-person scramble at Cape Fear National Golf Club on Saturday, Feb. 16. Registration begins at 8 a.m. with a shotgun start at 9 a.m. Awards will be presented at 2 p.m. There is room for 30 teams.

    Registration cost is $400 per team; platinum sponsor (includes team entry) is $500; and hole sponsor is $100. There will be prizes for prizes for flight winners, closest to the pin, longest drive and raffles.

  • Notable scores, highlights from...

     Results of recent events submitted by area golf leagues.

     

    Beachcombers

  • COLUMN: Standing in the (WBHS)...

     Julie Benton Phillips.

    Woodrow Stevenson.

    Cedric Simmons.

    Arvella Marlowe.

    Eric Johnson.

    Scotty Evans.

    Ricky Daniels.

    Chris Bland.

    Kwabena Green.

    Billy Noble.

    Kayla Padgett.

    Dr. M. Henderson Rourk.

    There you have it.

    That’s the inaugural class of the ATMC West Brunswick High School Hall of Fame.

  • West Brunswick relay team...

     The West Brunswick 200-yard freestyle relay team of Haley Reed, Caroline Ruck, Eryn Ruppart and Bree Keller qualified for the state championship meet this weekend with a seventh-place finish in the 3A East Regional meet Saturday, Feb. 2, at Triangle Aquatic Center in Cary.

    The foursome finished the 200-yard freestyle relay event with a time of 1:52.16 to punch its ticket to this weekend’s final meet of the 2018-19 campaign.

  • Surigao, Clarida propel Trojans...

     West Brunswick used a 22-3 spurt in the third quarter to build a 54-36 advantage over Topsail in a critical Mideastern Conference matchup on Friday, Feb. 1, in Shallotte.

    The Trojans desperately needed a win to stay alive in the race for the league’s No. 1 seed for 3A state playoffs and appeared well on their way to a comfortable victory with eight minutes left.

    Then Topsail exploded with a run of its own, outscoring West Brunswick 29-11 in the final period to force overtime.

  • Trojan greats inducted into ATMC...

     SHALLOTTE – For 10 former student-athletes and two persons of influence in the West Brunswick athletics community, they can now add “Hall of Fame inductee” to their already-impressive list of accomplishments.

    West Brunswick officials, including a hall of fame committee consisting of eight current and former school employees and community members, inducted the first class into the ATMC West Brunswick Hall of Fame on Friday, Feb. 1, inside the school’s cafeteria.

  • Ocean Isle Beach Bridge Run For...

     It was all about people supporting others. The 15th annual Ocean Isle Beach Bridge Run For Food event took place on Saturday, Jan. 19, with 376 participants. Walkers and runners also brought carloads of food when they picked up their packets. Participants also donated more than $2,800 to the South Brunswick Interchurch Council Food Pantry.

  • BRIEF: For the Kids

     Last year, McLeod Loris Seacoast treated more than 700 children in its hospitals and at McLeod Seacoast Pediatric Rehabilitation. From the tiniest of newborn babies to those on the brink of adulthood, McLeod Loris Seacoast is here to make sure your children get quality care when they need it most.

    Join us for our annual Sporting Clays Classic on Saturday, March 23, at the Low Country Preserve at 466 Indigo Flats East in Tabor City from noon to 4 p.m. Dinner and awards will immediately follow.