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Horse Show Winners
Riders from Cotton Patch Farms in Shallotte competed in the "Turkey Circuit " Eastern Quarter Horse/North Carolina 1994 Futurity and AQHA Show Nov. 25-27 in
Raleigh, l.insey hulwood (far left), riding Light Smoke, placed third and seventh in Walk Trot for ages 10 and under. Crystal Tindall (second from left) competed with horse
Direct Reflection. Becky Mann (center) and Majestic Contender placed fourth in Walk Trot. Stephanie Gore (second from right) and horse Poco Byrne placed seventh in Walk
Trot and eighth in Youth (ages 13 and under). Tracy Scott (far right) placed eighth and fourth in Walk Trot for ages 10 and under on her horse, Easter Watson Flower. All rid
ers are under the instruction of Judy Hilburn.
In Brunswick Sports
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?South Brunswick at Hoggard in basketball, 4:30 p.m.
?West Brunswick hosts Hoggard in wrestling, 7 p.m.
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?South Brunswick at Laney in basketball, 4:30 p.m.
?West Brunswick hosts North Brunswick in basketball, 5
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Lady Cougars Sweep
After opening the season with
home losses (o Laney and Hoggard,
the South Brunswick High School
girl* basketball team got on the win
ning track last week with road wins
over North Brunswick and Tar Heel.
A three-pointer by Michelle
Sellers with 25 seconds remaining
lifted the Lady Cougars to a 32-31
win over Tar Heel last Wednesday.
South Brunswick started slow and
trailed 7-4 after the first quarter The
Lady Cougars led 16-14 at halftime,
but Tar Heel regained the lead in the
third quarter and led 25-21 heading
into the final period.
Shcba Fullwood led South Bruns
wick with 16 points, eight rebounds
and eight steals. Natalie Smith fin
ished with seven points.
"Shcba was our offense tonight,"
South Brunswick coach Mike
Isenberg said. "Of course, most of
her points resulted from good de
fense which led to easy baskets "
"LaTonya Lee also did a good job
of running the team in the second
half. Right now our defense is way
ahead of our offense, although it
could also stand improvement,"
South Brunswick notched its first
win of the season last Tuesday, beat
ing North Brunswick 46-16 in
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Lee scored nine points, and Smith
and Fullwood had eight apiece to
lead the Lady Cougars.
South led 15-2 after one quarter
and 26-6 at halftime. Candace
McKoy and Petra Ludd had four
points each for North Brunswick.
South Brunswick (2-2) was
scheduled to host North Brunswick
Tuesday night. The Lady Cougars
play at Hoggard Thursday and at
South-Tkr Heel Summary
S.Brunswick 4 12 5 11 ? 32
Tar Heel 7 7 11 6?31
South Brunswick scoring:
Fullwood, 16; N. Smith, 7; Sellers,
5; Lee, 2; Shrewsberry, 2.
Tar Heel scoring: Murphy, 21;
Lucas, 3; C. Allen, 3; K. Allen, 2;
S.Brunswick 15 11 7 13 ? 46
N. Brunswick 2 4 8 2 ? 16
South Brunswick scoring: Lee, 9;
Fullwood, 8; N. Smith, 8; Davis, 4;
S. Smith, 4; D. Smith, 4;
Shrewsberry, 4; Sellers, 4; Karriker,
North Brunswick scoring: Mc
Koy, 4; Ludd, 4; Jones, 3; Crowder,
2; Ballard, 2; Bennett, 1 .
South Wins Two Matches
At New Hanover Tourney
South Brunswick, led by Brian
Bracey and Mike Bethel, won two
out of four matches at the New
Hanover Invitational high school
wrestling tournament last Saturday
Coach Ross Little's Cougars de
feated North Brunswick 42-38 and
Smithfield-Selma 52-0. South
Brunswick lost matches to South
View 55-18 and Havelock 51-15.
Bracey won all four of his tourna
ment matches at 160 pounds, while
Bethel went undefeated at 171
pounds. Finishing 3-1 were Dale
Linkous at 112 pounds and Derek
Cordle at 119.
In dual team action last week, the
Cougars suffered a 40-38 loss at
North Brunswick on Thursday and a
48-21 loss at Hoggard on Tuesday.
In the North Brunswick match, a
two-point penalty for misconduct
gave the Scorpions their first win of
South Brunswick (3-8) was
scheduled to wrestle Tuesday at
West Brunswick and Wednesday at
New Hanover. The Cougars will
compete in a tournament at West
Carteret on Dec. 20.
103 pounds: double forfeit; 112:
Alston (NB) def. Linkous, 12-4;
119: Burchalter (NB) won by for
feit; 125: Sedelmeyer (SB) pinned
Davis, 5:05; 130: Cordle (SB) won
by forfeit; 135: Bullock (NB)
pinned Holbrooks, 3:20; 140:
Thompson (SB) def. Shambley, 18
7; 145: Gove (NB) pinned White,
:33; 152: Davis (SB) won by forfeit;
160: Bracey (SB) won by forfeit;
171: May (SB) pinned Osburn, :30;
189: Tucker (NB) pinned Bethel,
1:35; Heavyweight: King (NB)
pinned McLean, 1:45.
103 pounds: Fasano (H) won by
forfeit; 112: Linkous (SB) pinned
Giimore, 4:51; 119: Rood (H) won
by forfeit; 125: Deloreto (H) def.
Sedelmeyer, 7-2; 130: Criswell (H)
won by forfeit; 140: Cascardi (H)
pinned Sellers, 1:13; 145: Groch
owski (H) pinned Davis, 3:40; 152:
Roberts (H) def. Jones, 14-9; 160:
Bracey (SB) def. Broadway, 14-6;
171: May (SB) pinned Cross, 2:35;
189: Bethel (SB) pinned Crafforda,
1:49; Heavyweight: Morgan (H)
pinned Brock, :40.
Cougars End Skid At Lejeune
The South Brunswick High
School boys basketball team ended a
four-game losing streak Friday night
with a 65-56 win at Lejeune.
Senior guard Johnny Scott
pumped in 18 points and Devin
Johnson added 10 to lead the
Cougars, who recorded their first
win since Nov. 30.
"I think defensively Friday was
our best game," said South Bruns
wick coach Ed McKinnon. "I saw
some light at the end of the tunnel. I
think we're getting a liule better."
Jeff Shew scored nine points, and
Paul Pelham and Izesta Brown chip
ped in eight apiece for the Cougars.
South Brunswick led 35-32 after
three quarters and made 16 of 18
free throws in the final period.
Collis Arrick scored 19 points and
Derrick Williams added 18 to lead
the Lejcune Devilpups.
The Cougars were coming off a
63-44 loss at Tar Heel on Wed
nesday. Terrence Rogers led the
Panthers with 20 points, while Scott
paced the Cougars with 19 points.
South Brunswick (2-4) had a
home game scheduled Tuesday night
against North Brunswick. The
Cougars travel to Wilmington Thurs
day and Friday for games against
Hoggard and Laney, respectively.
After the Laney game. South
Brunswick will not play again until
S. Brunswick 10 13 12 30 ? 65
Lejeune 7 13 13 24 ? 56
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South Brunswick scoring: Scott,
18; Johnson, 10; Shew, 9; P. Pelham,
8; Brown, 8; Caine, 6; Champion, 4;
Lejeune scoring: Arrick, 19;
Williams, 18; Baniaga, 6; Tomas, 5;
Manson, 3; Holmes, 2; Goodrich, 2.
South-Tar Heel Summary
S.Brunswick 10 11 9 14 ? 44
Tar Heel 13 19 11 20?63
South Brunswick scoring: Scott,
19; Champion, 6; Shew, 5; Batson,
5; Caine, 5; M. Pelham, 2; P.
Pelham, 1; Johnson, 1.
Tar Heel scoring: Rogers, 20;
Mitchell, 14; Baxter, 8; Nance, 8;
Lasane, 8; Lloyd, 3; Melvin, 2.
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