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Noble Hopes Kid From Rec
Program Make Big Impact
PATE OPPONENT TIME
Nov. 22 Laney 7 p.m.
Nov. 29 at Hoggard 7 p.m.
Dec. 3 at Laney Tournament ....10 a.m.
Dec. 5 at Socastee, S.C 6 p.m.
Dec. 6 at Laney 7 p.m.
Dec. 12 South Brunswick 7 p.m.
Dec. 15 Socastee/Hoggard 6 p.m.
Dec. 19 New Hanover 5 p.m.
Dec. 27 Pender 4 p.m.
Dec. 29-30 at East Gaston TBA
Jan. 4 at North Brunswick 7 p.m.
Jan. 6 at South Brunswick 7 p.m.
Jan. 12 North Brunswick 7 p.m.
Jan. 13 at Dixon 6 p.m.
Jan. 18 at S. Wayne/Rosewood 6 p.m.
Jan. 21 at New Han. Tourn TBA
Jan. 23 Dixon .5 p.m.
Jan. 28 at Pamlico Tournament ....9 a.m.
Jan. 30 at White Oak 7 p.m.
Feb. 1 at Pender TBA
Feb. 7-11 Dual Team Playoffs TBA
Feb. 17-18 Reg. Tournament TBA
Feb. 23-25 State Tournament TBA
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turning guys I've got, plus James and Billy," Noble said.
"I think we've got a good shot at taking four or five guys
to the state tournament and this schedule will help pre
pare them for that."
West Brunswick's busiest wrestling schedule ever
could provide about 50 matches for each wrestler.
"I know that's a lot. I don't want to burn them out, but
it's a known fact that the more you wrestle the better
you get." Noble said.
Noble's son should have an immediate impact on the
Trojan squad. Billy Noble has won more than 170
matches in the last four years and captured numerous
state championships on the junior level.
"I've been looking forward to this for a long time,"
Coach Noble said of the opportunity to coach his son.
For the last two years Billy Noble has been wrestling
on the "cadet" level, which is comparable to high
school. He posted a record of 45-6 last year and four of
the losses were at national tournaments.
Noble and Wemyss are the first products of the
Brunswick County parks and recreation youth wrestling
program to reach West Brunswick High.
"I finally got two kids off my youth program. Next
year I'll get five or six and the year after that I'll get five
or six," Coach Noble said.
"So in two years or so we should be state contenders
because all of those kids have wrestled in state tourna
ments and done well. That's the exciting thing for me. I
know they're out there and they'll be here soon."
West Brunswick was scheduled to open the season at
home Tuesday night against Laney. The Trojans will
travel to Wilmington next Tuesday for a match at Hog
gard and again Dec. 3 for the Laney Booster Club Tour
Six West Players Selected
For All-County Defense
West junior Derek Frink and senior Ty Brown. Frink had
31 pass receptions for 447 yards and five touchdowns,
and Brown pulled in 19 passes for 323 yards and four
Offensive linemen picked for the all-county team in
clude senior Kelly Wooten and junior Brian McDowell
of West Bruns. Also selected were South seniors Kyle
Sellers and Charles Blue and North senior Mark Lowery.
West Brunswick junior Terrell Thomas was selected
to the all-county team at tight end. Thomas also started
at linebacker for the Trojans.
All-county defensive selections include West Bruns
wick senior linemen Jonathan Faulk and Sherrell Lance.
Faulk was among the team leaders in sacks and fumble
Also picked at defensive line were Kendrick Caine
and Bradley McLean of South Brunswick.
The all-county linebacking corps includes two Tro
jans, senior James Morgan and junior Kwabena Green,
and South Brunswick senior Will Rabon.
Morgan and Green were West's leading tacklers.
Green, considered one of the top juniors in the state, had
three interceptions, recovered four fumbles and scored
two defensive touchdowns.
Morgan also started at offensive fullback and rushed
93 times for 456 yards and seven touchdowns. Green
was an offensive starter at tackle.
Defensive backs named to the all-county squad in
cluded West Brunswick senior Timothy Daniels and
freshman Ahmed Green.
Green had an outstanding freshman year with four in
terceptions while also seeing action at wide receiver.
Daniels played offensive tailback, rushing 78 times for
490 yards and four touchdowns.
Other members of the all-county defensive backfield
are South Brunswick juniors Izesta Brown and Devin
Specialists named to the team are West Brunswick
placekicker Derek Frink and South punter Jamie Bruner.
The all-county team is selected by sports editors of
The Brunswick Beacon and State Port Pilot newspapers
based on the recommendations of coaches.
1994 ALL-BRUNSWICK COUNTY
HIGH SCHOOL FOOTBALL TEAM
PLAYER POSITION SCHOOL
Eric Johnson OB West
O.J. Morris RB South
Lamont Southerland RB North
Derek Frink WR West
Ty Brown WR West
Terrell Thomas TE West
Kelly Wooten OL West
Brian McDowell OL West
Kyle Sellers OL South
Charjes Blue.:...: OL South
Mark Lowery OL North
Jonathan Faulk DL West
Sherrell Lance DL West
Kendrick Caine DL South
Bradley McLean DL South
Kwabena Green LB West
James Morgan LB West
Will Rabon LB South
Timothy Daniels DB West
Ahmed Green DB West
Izesta Brown DB South
Devin Johnson DB South
Derek Frink K West
Jamie Bruner P South
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Eric Johnson QB/DB West
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Yogi Hickman West
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Heading To Hollywood
Keith McSwain , a member of the Hooters National Karate Team,
will compete at the Sport Karate Amateur Internationals in
Hollyn'ood, Calif., on Dec. I and 2. A third-grader at Supply
Elementary School, Keith is the son of Jimmy and Karen McSwain
of Holden Beach.
Whiteville overcame a 21 -point,
second-half deficit Friday night be
fore falling to visiting Bunn, 40-34
in double overtime, in the second
round of the state 2A high school
Bunn led 28-7 early in the third
quarter before the Wolfpack rallied
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touchdown run and a 73-yard scor
ing pass from Jablonski Moore to
Whiteville tied the game at 28-28
when Greg Slater recovered a
blocked punt and raced 35 yards for
Both teams scored in the first
overtime but failed to convert the
extra point. After Whiteville lost a
fumble in the second overtime,
Bunn ended the game with a S-yard
touchdown run Terencc Stokes.
Bunn (12-0) will travel to
Western Guilford (11-1) this Friday
for a third-round playoff game. The
winner advances to the eastern Fi
Whiteville ended the season with
a record of 8-4.
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Pender 1-5 1-9 100 296
E. Cotam. 0-6 1-9 83 247
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