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THURSDAY, JANUARY 20
JBrunswick County Men's Basketball League at Shallotte
Middle School: Games postponed due to middle school
FRIDAY JANUARY 21
jWest Brunswick hosts East Columbus in basketball, 5 p.m.
JNorth Brunswick hosts Bladenboro in basketball, 5 p.m.
jSouth Brunswick hosts Whiteville in basketball, 5 p.m.
jNorth Brunswick hosts Pamlico in wrestling, 7 p.m.
JBrunswick County Men's Church Basketball Ix^ague at
Waccamaw Elementary School: Shallotte First vs. Ocean
View, 6:30 p.m.; Friendship Baptist vs. Camp Methodist,
7:30 p.m.; Zion Baptist vs. Supply Baptist. 8:30 p.m.;
Dixon Chapel vs. Mount Olive, 9:30 p.m.
SATURDAY JANUARY 22
JSouth Brunswick hosts West Brunswick, North Brunswick
and Socastee (S.C.) in a four-team wrestling tournament,
MONDAY JANUARY 24
JBrunswick County Men's Basketball League at Shallotte
Middle School: Nets vs. Young Guns, 7 p.m.; Turntables
vs. IJC3, S: 15 p.m.
TUESDAY JANUARY 25
JWest Brunswick hosts West Columbus in basketball, 5 p.m.
JNorth Brunswick at Red Springs in basketball, 5 p.m.
JSouth Brunswick at Pender in basketball, 5 p.m.
JSouth Brunswick hosts Myrtle Beach (S.C.) in wrestling, 7
JBrunswick County Coed Volleyball League at Supply
Elementary School: Kari's Bar vs. Gene's Auto Body, 7
p.m.: Sherri's Grill vs. Richard Jones Construction, 7:45
p.m.; Sub Jammers vs. Roberto's Pizza, 8:30 p.m.; J.M.
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jBrunswick County Men's Church Basketball League at
Waccamaw Elementary School: Shallotte First vs. Letties
Grove, 7 p.m.; Friendship Baptist vs. Calvary Baptist, 8
p.m.; Camp Methodist vs. Dixon Chapel. 9 p.m.
WEDNESDAY JANUARY 26
_|West Brunswick hosts Hoggard in wrestling, 7 p.m.
?North Brunswick at Lcjeune in wrestling, 7 p.m.
jBrunswick County Men's Basketball League at Shallotte
Middle School: Rockets vs. Lakers, 7 p.m.; Great Whites
vs. Panthers, 8:15 p.m.
This week's listings include events reported to the Beacon. To list a
sporting activity call 754-6890 or write to Doug Rutter. The Brunswick
Beacon. P.O. Box 2558. Shallotte, N.C. 28459.
Nets Upset Panthers 80-52
Jell Register scored 21 points to
lead the Nets to an 80-52 upset win
o I the Panthers last Thursday in
Brunswick County Men's
Basketball League play at Shallotte
The Nets improved to 2-4. while
the Panthers fell to 2-3. Raymond
Green scored 17 points in a losing
cause for the Panthers.
In other league action last Thurs
day. the Turntables remained unde
feated with an 86-71 victory over
the Lakers. Trampus Gause led the
6-0Turntables with 21 points, while
Leo Smith and Dennis Smith had 16
each for the Lakers.
In men's basketball play last
Wednesday. U("3 took over sole
possession of second place with an
8I-71) win over the Young Guns.
Brandon Lancaster scored 25 points
ftir UC3, and LaPerry Hill led the
Guns with 15.
The Rockets soared to a 7(1-64
?in over the Great Whitt-s in Wed
nesday's other game. Joe Clemmons
led the winners with 24 points, and
Greg White scored 20 for the Great
There will be no games today
(Thursday) due to a Shallotte Mid
dle School basketball game. The
games vv ill be made up at the end of
Men's Basketball League
Standings As Of Jan. IS
Team Wins Losses
Turntables (> ((
UC3 5 1
Young Guns 4 2
Rockets 2 3
Panthers 2 3
Nets 2 4
Lakers I 4
Cireat Whiles I) 5
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Jim Bryunt. Dillon Taylor. Rose
Reiter and Janet Twomey shot 31 to
win the nine-hole mixed scramble
last Wednesday at Brierwood.
Finishing second with 34 was the
team of Joe Reiter. Ned Dye. Betty
Maerker and Dolores Pratt.
Brick Landing Women
Peg Campana posted the low
gross and Alice Grossman had low
net in the Brick Landing Plantation
Women's Golf Association tourna
ment last Thursday.
Runners-up in the low gross divi
sion were Martha Cullen and Edna
Hollowed. Sue Houston had the sec
ond low net, followed by Terry
Rose Gorney had a chip-in for
birdie at the second hole. Also chip
ping in was Campana at the llth
John Martocci. Jim Guffee, Rick
Rickbeil and Ted Narazinski shot
121 to win the Brierwood Men's
Golf Association tournament last
Finishing second in the two best
ball event was the foursome of Jim
Roach. Neal McCall. Hal Schuler
and Ned Dye with a score of 125.
Don Redding. Jack Causer and
Dick Anzelone shot 126 to tie for
third with the team of Dave Harper,
Odie Johnson. Bob Wareheim and
On Jan. 10. the team of Frank
Steeves, Joe Reiter, Gene Cordisco
and Bob Allwcin shot 135 to win a
two best ball tournament at
Brierwood. They finished at nine
Maples Course Reopens
The Dan Maples course at Sea
Trail Plantation has reopened for
play after undergoing a renovation
Right greens were resurfaced with
Penneross hentgrass to allow for
more consistent play. First opened in
I 985 the Maples course is Sea
Trail's original golf course.
Rose Reiter shot gross 86 and
Mary Schaack had net 69 to lead the
first flight in the Brierwood Ladies
Golf Association tournament last
Marie Brown had the top flight's
second low net with 71. Schaack
had low putts with 2H.
In the second flight, top finishers
were Claire Aston with gross 92 and
Chick Weingarten with net 72. Betty
Maerker shot net 74. and Marie
Dolan had low putts with 30.
Leading the third flight was Dot
Crean with gross 98 and 30 putts.
Low net winners were Pierrette
Tompkins with 73 and Sally Dye
Margaret Pingo and Emily
Laughlin tied for low gross in the
fourth flight with rounds of 112.
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Winners Shoot 31 In Brierwood Scramble
Dodie Niland had the low net of 81.
followed by Wyarian Taylor with
84. Dot Frey had low putts with 35.
Reitcr chipped in lor birdie at the
first and 13th holes. Weingarten had
a birdie at the 11th. Making chip-ins
were Shirley Grolf and Crean at the
fourth hole. Dolan at the sixth and
Pat Wolff at the eignth.
Members of the Carolina Shores
Nifty Niners played for low gross
and low net honors last Thursday at
Ocean Isle Beach and Brierwood
Low gross winners were Char
lotte Martin with 5C) and Nancy
Bradbury w ith 65. Bradbury had the
low net of 33. followed by Ellen
Ericksen with 36.
Sea Trail Men
The learn of Ron Schadle. Stan Pointer. Jim b.vc. Hill
Risch and Rick Redeker shot 114 to Kimhall and Hymn Wauters plated
win the Sea Trail Men's (iolt third with 119. Taking fourth with
Association tournament last xvas '',c 'L"am Doug Mehne.
Tuesdav on the Jones course. Ihey Acton. Bill Hurkart and Ken
used a Mind draw for their fourth Harris.
score. Closest-to-the-pin winners were
Using two blind draws, the team Clarence Brown at the second hole,
of Dick Worley and Dave Llewellyn Joe Hasson at the tilth. Kimhall at
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