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Today's Sports

  • ‘Cold, wet, windy’ can’t stop...

    When it rained, it poured cold, windy and tortuous at this year’s Boston Marathon.

    But even in harsh weather conditions Cari Van Winkle was unstoppable.

    The 36-year-old Ocean Isle Beach resident finished her fourth marathon last Monday, April 16, in three hours, 39 minutes and 10 seconds, according to results posted on the 122nd Boston Marathon website.

  • First Tee to host 8th Annual...

     The 8th Annual Future Generations Tournament to benefit The First Tee of Coastal Carolinas will be held Saturday, June 16, at Sea Trail Golf Resort in Sunset Beach. This prestigious tournament is one of The First Tee of Coastal Carolinas’ major fundraisers to support its core programs of golf skills and character development for young people. 

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  • Barbour’s walkoff homer in ninth...

     Brunswick Community College’s Will Barbour stepped to the plate in a 6-6 game in the bottom of the ninth inning against Bryant & Stratton hoping to ignite a game-winning rally.

    It only took one pitch to end the contest.

    Barbour smashed the first pitch he saw over the fence for a walkoff win as BCC earned a 7-6 victory over Bryant & Stratton in the opening game of a Saturday, April 7, doubleheader.

  • Notable scores, highlights from...

     Results of recent events submitted by area golf leagues.

     

    Beachcombers

  • Beeler shatters personal...

    SHALLOTTE - West Brunswick softball assistant coach Amanda Fields set several individual pitching records during her time pitching for the Trojans.

    If she hangs around much longer, she might have to watch as Morgan Beeler shatters those marks.

    Beeler set yet another personal best ledger with 17 strikeouts against North Brunswick in a 5-0 win on Thursday, March 29, in Shallotte.

    The junior right-hander yielded just three hits and one walk in seven innings as the Trojans seized an early lead and never looked back in the shutout victory.

  • Babson, McDowell carry Trojans...

     West Brunswick entered the week before spring break with a 4-6 record and searching for a couple of victories over rivalry teams.

    The Trojans earned a pair of emphatic victories with an 11-1 win over South Brunswick in a six-inning game in Boiling Spring Lakes on March 27 before earning a 4-0 decision over North Brunswick at Mike Alderson Field in Shallotte on Thursday, March 29.

    Sophomore Tanner Babson and senior Owen McDowell combined for seven hits and three RBI in last week’s win over the Scorpions of North Brunswick.

  • PHOTOS: County high schools...

     North Brunswick, South Brunswick and West Brunswick golfers competed in the Lockwood Folly Invitational on Monday, March 26. 

  • New Hanover County Sheriff’s...

     Teams from the Brunswick County Sheriff's Office and New Hanover County Sheriff's Office competed in a charity basketball game last week at North Brunswick High School to support Relay for Life of Brunswick County. 

  • West Brunswick hosts news...

    Brett Hickman, the new head football coach at West Brunswick High School, spoke at a press conference and meet-and-greet event on Thursday, March 29, inside the school’s cafeteria. Hickman outlined his vision for the West Brunswick football squad in front of about 50 people, including family, current players and supporters of the program.