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THURSDAY,. JANUARY 6
FRIDAY, JANUARY 7
_)South Brunswick hosts West Brunswick in wrestling, 7
jNorth Brunswick hosts Fairmont in basketball, 5 p.m.
J We st Brunswick at North Myrtle Beach in basketball (no
JV game), 6:30 p.m.
jNorth Brunswick hosts West Brunswick in wrestling at
Lincoln Primary School, 7 p.m.
jBrunswick County Men's Church Basketball League at
Waccamaw Elementary School: Zion Baptist vs. Letties
Grove, 6:30 p.m.; Seaside Methodist vs. Calvary Baptist,
7:30 p.m.; Shallotte First vs. Dixon Chapel, 8:30 p.m.;
Friendship Baptist vs. Supply Baptist, 9:30 p.m.
TUESDAY, JANUARY U
jWest Brunswick hosts South Columbus in basketball, 5
jNorth Brunswick at East Bladen in basketball. 5 p.m.
jWest Brunswick at West Carteret in wrestling, 7 p.m.
jSouth Brunswick hosts North Brunswick and New
Hanover in wrestling, 7 p.m.
jBrunswick County Coed Volleyball League at Supply
Elementary School: Sherri's Grill vs. Gene's Auto Body.
7 p.m.; Roberto's Pizza vs. Brunswick Community
College, 7:45 p.m.; Richard Jones Construction vs. J.M.
Parkers, 8:30 p.m.; Sub Jammers vs. Kari's Bar, 9:15 p.m.
jBrunswick County Men's Church Basketball League at
Waccamaw Elementary School: Shallotte Presbyterian vs.
Shallotte First, 7 p.m.; Mount Oiive vs. Seaside
Methodist, 8 p.m.; Supply Baptist vs. Letties Grove, V
WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 12
jWest Brunswick hosts Hoggard in basketball, 4:30 p.m.
i\W PnincvirU of Hiv^n in \i;ractlinn "7 n m
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jNorth Brunswick hosts Lejeune in wrestling, 7 p.m.
j Brunswick County Men's Basketball League at Shallotte
Middle School: UC3 vs. Young Guns, 7 p.m.: Great
Whites vs. Rockets, 8:15 p.m.
I his week's listings include events reported to the Beacon. To list a
spirting activity call 754-6890 or write to Doug Rutter. The Brunswick
Bi ticon. P.O. Box 255S. Shallotte, N.C. 28459.
Basketball Teams Ready
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Ready or not, conference play kicks off this week and next week for
irea high school basketball teams.
West Brunswick's Trojans, still adjusting to life after football, will open
jilav in the Waccamaw Conference
next Tuesday with a home game
Most of West Brunswick's play
rs?including starters Eric Johnson,
I imothy Daniels and Derek h'rink?
missed several weeks of pre-season
practice due to the extended football
They're still trying to get in bas
'Ctoaii shape while adjusting to the
new system installed by first-year
>.ich Charlie Stevens. The Trojans lost four of their first five games, but
iiey have faced solid competition.
South Columbus has looked pretty strong in its non-conference games,
he Stallions are led by 6-foot-10 center Carl Wright and b-foot-3 guard
Brandon Simmons, won the slam dunk contest at last week's Pepsi Carolina
lassie high school tournament in Florence, S.C.
South Brunswick's Cougars will not open Waccamaw Conference play
111,1 next Friday when they travel to Cerro Gordo to face the West
I'he Cougars can use the time to prepare. Going into Tuesday night's
uitest against Topsail, Coach Gene Doane's club had lost four straight
imes and six of its first eight.
North Brunswick's Scorpions, off to a fine 5-2 start, open play in the
"v Three Rivers Conference this Friday night against visiting Fairmont.
It should be a tough test for the Coach Garry's Bishop's Scorpions. The
?olden Tornadoes posted a combined record of 52-3 during the 1(>(>I-1>2 and
I W2-93 seasons.
North Brunswick, always loaded with good athletes, seems to have that
'Mtive, winning attitude this season that has been missing in recent years.
' he Scorps could be a force in the Three Rivers.
Six Bow/ Winners
It wasn't a great start to the new year, but it could have been worse. I
"rrectly predicted the winners of six of the nine New Year's Day college
"wl games. I left plenty of room for improvement for the rest of 1994.
An.>?,s rr.y correct picks were two huge losses by Atlantic Coast
'inference schools. Michigan's Wolverines thumped N.C. State, 42-7.
?hile Boston College whipped Virginia, 31-13.
I also picked Wisconsin s win in the Rose Bowl. Notre Dame's struggle
victory in the Cotton Bowl. Arizona's upset of Miami in the Fiesta Bowl
Southern's win over South Carolina State in the Heritage Bowl.
1 missed Penn State's win over Tennessee in the Citrus Bowl, Florida s
'f ishing of West Virginia in the Sugar, and of course, Florida State's win
ver Nebraska in the national championship game.
! took a chance by predicting a Cornhusker upset in the Orange and it
? >rly paid off.
NFL Playoff Picks
I he National Football l-eague playoffs start this weekend and continue
trough Jan. 30 when the NFC and AFC champions will meet in Atlanta's
>rgia Dome for the Super Bowl.
Conspicuous in their absence from this year s playoffs are my beloved
i'hiladelphia Hagles. It was a tougn year for the Birds, but I'm proud of the
ay they played and overcame injuries to several key players.
It wasn't a great season for the Eagles, but at least they finished with a
l"er record than the Washington Redskins.
As tar as this week's wildcard playoll games are concerned, it s time to
'lake some predictions.
In the National Football Conference. I see the New York Giants advanc
'K with a win over Minnesota and the Green Bay Packers moving to the
?econd round with a upset victory in Detroit.
In the AFC Kansas City will defeat the punchless Pittsburgh Steelers
?"HI the Denver Broncos will advance to the second round with a win over
11 I.os Angeles Raiders. , . ...
By the way, please disregard any and all of my predictions it you plan
1 place a bet. You'll thank me later.
West Wrestlers Fourth In Sundrop Event
West Brunswick finished fourth
and South Brunswick eighth in the
Coke/Sundrop Invitational Wrest
ling Tournament last Thursday at
l.aney High School in Wilmington.
West Brunswick placed five
wrestlers in the top three in their re
spective weight classes in the nine
Finishing second were Chris
Jackson at 125 pounds, Eric Andreis
at 145, Ja Mitchell at 152 and Steve
Brooks at heavyweight West's
Barry Johnson placed third at 130
"I was real pleased with the way
everybody wrestled." West Bruns
wick Coach Joe Noble said. "I only
took eight kids over thire and five
placed in the top three. If I had taken
all of my starters we probably could
have finished third."
Laney won the team title with 180
points. The Buccaneers were fol
lowed by West Carteret wish 175.5,
Fayetteville 71st with 148, West
Brunswick with 80, North Lenoir
wilh 73, Goldsboro with 60, Smith
field-Selma with 37, South Bruns
wick with 2?. and Kinston with 18.
Top performers for South
Brunswick included Adam Frazier
with a third-place finish at 160
pounds and Justin Rohde, who
placed fourth at 145 pounds.
In dual competition last Wed
nesday. West Carteret defeated West
Brunswick 45-21 in Shallotte. Win
ners for the Trojans included Jeremy
Livingston at 119 pounds, Jackson
at 125. Mitchell at 145 and Kwa
bena Green at heavyweight.
West Brunswick (2-3) was sched
uled to host White Oak and Dixon
Tuesday night in a tri-meet. The
Trojans will wrestle at South Bruns
wick Thursday night and battle
North Brunswick Friday night at
I incoln Primarv School.
West Brunswick-West Carteret
103 pounds: Watson (WC) pinned
Doughty, :5S; 112: Campbell (VVC)
won by forfeit; 119- I ivin?>ston
(WR) pinned Dihella, 1:32; 125
Jackson (WB) pinned Mitchell.
4:49; 130: Schultz (WC) pinned B.
Johnson, 5:10; 135: Patton (WC)
pinned Brooks. !:4!; 140 Ward
(WC) dec. A. Johnson. 14-5; 145 J.
Mitchell (WB) dec T. Mitchell, 15
9; 152: Katz (WC)dec. Andreis. 10
9; 160: Ymgling (WC) won hy for
feit; 171: Newkirk (WC") won by
forfeit; 189: Everingham (WC) dec.
Gore, 9-5; Hwt: Green (WB) pinned
Sea Trail Shoots 65 To Win Men's Tournament
Jim Jones, Ray Dillon, George
Gallop and Charles Rose shol 65 to
win the Sea Trail Men's Golf
Association captain's choice tourna
ment last Tuesday on the Jones
Finishing two shots hack in sec
ond place was the team of Vince
Rick. Ed Stepanovich, John
Lawrenson and Ken Harris.
Tile team of Ray Washam, Tom
Coniglio, Bud Tunt and Boh Bach
placed third with a score of 67.
Closest-to-the-pin winners were
Jim Jones at the second hole and
Frank Seaholdt at the fifth.
Marje Roach shot gross 86 and
Lois Beato had net 65 to lead the
tirst llight in the Brierwood Ladies
Golf Association tournament last
Tuesday. Roach had low putts in the
The Calabash Volunteer Emer
gency Medicai Services answered
58 calls during November, Chief
Lina Angstadt reported at the
squad's December meeting.
Volunteers worked 168 manhours
and traveled 2,017 miles. Twenty
seven calls were in Calabash, six to
Sunset Beach and 25 elsewhere.
Sixteen were mutual aid?11 for
Shallotte and five for Waccamaw.
Jack Biady was welcomed as a
member of the board and will serve
Emergency medical technician
(EMT) classes were to begin in
Calabash on Jan. 3.
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Third flight winners were
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Barbara Baxter with net 71. Baxter
and Wyarian Taylor tied for low
putts w ith 34 apiece.
Roach chipped in for birdie at the
fourth hole. Mary Schaack had a
chip-in for birdie at the third hole
and another chip-in at the 12th.
Also making chip-ins were Ann
Causer at the fourth hole, Martha
Wareheim at the seventh and Beato
at the 12th.
West Golfers Third
Jeremy firaineer and Todd Wil
son, members of the West Bruns
wick High School golf team, placed
third in their respective age groups
at the 14th Annual Christmas Clas
sic last week in Vass.
Grainger, competing in the 17-IS
age division, fired a 76 at Wood lake
Country Club to tie for second
place. Grainger was awarded third
place after another golfer sank a 40
foot birdie putt on the first playoff
Wilson shot 80 and finished third
in the 15-16 age group. Wilson chip
ped in from three feet off the green
on the first playoff hole to win a
three-way playoff fot third place.
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