In Brunswick Sports
THURSDAY^ 'APRIL 25
?West Brunswick at Whitcville, baseball, 7 p.m.
?Whiteville at West Brunswick, softball, 4 p.m.
?North Brunswick at West Columbus, JV baseball, 5 p.m.
I Kll) AY, APRIL 26
?West Columbus at North Brunswick, baseball, 7 p.m.
?North Brunswick at West Columbus, softball, 4 p.m.
SATURDAY, APRIL 27
?North Brunswick boys' and girls' track teams at TAC (The
Athletics Congress) Youth Championship Meet, Chapel
Hill, 9 a.m.
MONDAY, APRIL 29
?West Brunswick at South Brunswick, baseball, 7 p.m.
?West Brunswick at West Columbus, boys' tennis, 4 p.m.
?Fairmont at West Brunswick, JV baseball, 5 p.m.
?North Brunswick at South Brunswick, JV baseball, 5 p.m.
TUESDAY, APRIL 30
?West Brunswick at Fairmont, baseball, 7 p.m.
?Fairmont at West Brunswick, softball, 4 p.m.
?South Brunswick at North Brunswick, baseball, 7 p.m.
?North Brunswick at South Brunswick, softball, 4 p.m.
. WEDNESDAY, Ml AY I
?Waccamaw 2- A Conference boys and girls track champi
onship meet at Whiteville, 1 p.m.
This week's listings include events reported to the Beacon. To list your
sporting contest call or write the Beacon with schedules and details.
Scorpion Boys, Girls Third
In Whiteville Track Meet
The host Whiteville boys' and
girls' track teams dominated a prep
meet last Tuesday with a pair of de
Whiteville won the boys' meet
with 122 points to far outdistance
second-place West Columbus with
67. North Brunswick was third with
49 points followed by Midway with
The Lady Wolfpack was also a
winner garnering 90 points ahead of
West Columbus (57) and North
Shot Put: Moore (WC), 43-3;
Discus: Shirden (W), 130-1; Long
Jump: P.Williams (M), 21-3; High
Jump: Frink (WC), 64; Pole Vault
Johnson (NB), 10-0, 3200-Meter
Relay: West Columbus, 9:11; 110
Meter High Hurdles: Ward (WC),
15.09; 100 Meters: Jones (W),
10.84; 800-Meter Relay: White
ville; 1,600 Meters: Parr (W), 4:48;
400-Meter Relay: North Brunswick,
45.40; 400 Meters: Wilson (W),
50.3; 300-Mcter Intermediate Hurd
les: Williams (M), 41.88; 800 Met
ers: Parr (W), 2:18; 200 Meters:
Jones (W), 22.9; 3,200-Meter
Relay: Whitcvillc. 2:21; 3,200
Meters: Holden (NB), 10:50; 1.600
Meter Relay: Whitcvillc, 3:41.
Shot Put: Everctte (WC), 34-0;
Discus: Smith (WC), 92-4; Long
Jump: Ward (WC), 14-11; High
Jump: Sutton (W), 4-6; Triple
Jump: McMillan (W), 29-10; 100
Meter High Hurdles: Blackwell
(W), 18.52; 100 Meters: Ward
(WC), 12.9; 800-Meter Relay:
Whiteville, 2:08; 1,600 Meters:
McKellar (WC), 6:25; 400 Meters:
Sutton (W), 1:12; 400-Metfr Relay:
Whiteville, 57.18; 300-Mcter Inter
mediate Hurdles: Everette (WC),
55.4; 800 Meters: Thomas (WC),
2:50; 200 Meters: Ward (WC).
27.09; 3,200 Meters: Gardner (W),
13:58; 1, 600-Meter Relay: West
Columbus; 3,200-Mctcr Relay:
North Boys Win Track Meet,
Lady Scorps Take Second
The host North Brunswick boys
won a three-school Waccamaw 2-A
Conference track meet last Thurs
day over West Columbus and Fair
The Scorpions collected 91 points
to get the win, followed by West
Columbus (85) and Fairmont (17).
The North girls totaled 46 points
for second while being edged out by
West Columbus with 49. Fairmont
was third with 29 points.
Both North Brunswick boys' and
girls' teams will participate in Sat
urday's Athletics Congress Youth
Championships being held in Chap
el Hill on the campus of the Uni
versity of North Carolina beginning
at 9 a.m.
Triple Jump: Flamer (NB), 41-9;
Long Jump: McNair (F), 19-7;
Discus: Smith (WC), 123-7; Slot
Put: Moore (WC), 41-4; Pole Vault:
Johnson (NB), 9-6; High Jump:
Vaught (F), 6-4; 3,200-Meter Relay:
West Columbus, 9:25; 110-Meter
High Hurdles: Ward (WC), 15.6;
100 Meters: Flamer (NB), 11.2;
1,600 Meiers: Holden (NB), 5:01;
800-Meter Relay: West Columbus,
1:35; 400-Meter Relay: North
Brunswick, 46.9; 400 Meters:
Toomer (NB), 51.8; 300-Meter
Intermediate Hurdles: Ward (WC),
42.9; 800 Meters: Frink (WC), 2:18;
200 Meters: Flamer (NB), 23.2;
3,200 Meters: Holden (NB), 11:16;
1,600-Meter Relay: North Bruns
Discus: Smith (WC), 98-4; High
Jump: Robbins (NB), 4-0; Long
Jump: Ward (WC), 14-3; Triple
Jump: Hill (NB), 27-7; Shot Put:
Osborne (WC), 34-1; 110-Meter
High Hurdles: Robbins (NB), 17.9;
100 Meters: Ward (WC), 13.06;
800-Meter Relay: North Brunswick,
2:13; 400- Meter Relay: North
Brunswick, 1:03; 400 Meters: Pow
ell (F), 1:16; 800 Meters: Mueller
(WC), 2:52; 300-Meter Intermed
iate Hurdles: Osborne (WC), 54.8;
200 Meters: Ward (WC), 27.8;
3,200 Meters: Jones (F), 13:14;
1, 600-Meter Relay: West Colum
W. Columbus Tracksters
Defeat County Preps
West Columbus edged host North
Brunswick along with West and
South Brunswick in a four-team
Waccamaw 2-A Conference boys'
track meet Monday.
The Vikings collected 98 points
to down sccond-place North Bruns
wick (78), South Brunswick (63)
and West Brunswick (30).
North Brunswick's Jimmy Flam
er had one of his best overall perfor
mances of the season winning three
events including the triple jump and
both 100 and 200-meter runs.
Shot Put: Horton (SB), 44-10;
Discus: Smith (WB), 128-9; Long
Jump: Walker (NB), 20-1; Triple
Jump: Flamer (NB), 41-0; High
Jump: Hyde (WC), 5-10; 3,200
Meier Relay: West Columbus, 9:20;
110-Meter High Hurdles: Jones
(WC), 15.5; 100 Meters: Flamer
(NB), 11.4; 800 Meters: Crane
(WC), 2:18; 1,600 Meters: Holden
(NB), 5:04; 400-Meter Relay: North
Brunswick, 46.3; 400 Meters:
McCoy (WC). 55.3; 300-Meter
Intermediate Hurdles: Hyde (WC),
41.4; 200 Meters: Flamer (NB),
23.16; 1,600-Metcr Relay: West
Columbus, 3:52; 800-Meter Relay:
West Columbus, 1:37; 3,200
Meters: Meares (NB), 10:56.
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UNIVERSITY OF TENNESSEE head football coach Johnny
Majors (center) talks with West Brunswick's David Arrowood
(left) and Marshall Seay (right) during a recent coaching clinic in
Trojan Grid Staff Members
Attend Tennessee Spring Clinic
West Brunswick head football
coach Marshall Scay and assistant
David Arrowood visited Knoxville,
Tcnn., April 11-13 for the annual
University of Tennessee Spring
The Trojan pair were among over
400 high school grid coaches
throughout the southeastern United
States who attended the event
Scay and Arrowood took pan in
an intensive lecture series that
opened the clinic on Friday at 10
a.m. and ended at 1 1 p.m.
Among the lecturers were Dele
ware coach Tubby Wells who devel
oped the Wing T offensive forma
tion and a number of Tennessee as
sistant coaches speaking on tech
niques and philosophies of the
Lectures continued till noon
Saturday when those attending were
treated to a pig picking and Ten
nessee intersquad scrimmage at the
95,000-seat Nealand Stadium.
"This was an awfully good learn
ing experience. The lectures were
good and to help with the demon
stration clinic, several Tennessee
players were dressed out to help
point out techniques," said Seay.
"When you look at the rich tradi
tion of Tennessee it is no wonder
coaches flock there for a few new
ideas," mentioned Seay. 'Tennessee
has won the Southeastern Confer
ence championship the last two
years and won the 1991 Sugar Bowl
"This was my third visit to the
school," added Seay. "I attended
clinics there in the early 1980s and
this time around I was amazed to
see the improvements in their facili
"In addition to the seminars. I al
so had the opportunity to visit with
Georgia Tech head coach Bobby
"David and myself had a lot of
new ideas for Trojan football and
we are looking forward to getting
Among other area coaching staffs
attending the clinic were those from
Fairmont, Wallacc-Rose Hill, Park
ton and West Florence, S.C.
Whiteville Nips Cougars
By 1 Point In 1 1 Innings
Whitcvillc remained unbeaten
and atop the Waccamaw 2-A Con
ference baseball standings last
Tuesday with an 11-inning, 5-4 win
over visiting South Brunswick.
The Wolfpack, now 5-0 in the
WC and 10-0 overall, scored the
winning runs on Mike Sellers' RBI
single and a passed ball by South
catcher urcg Clewis.
South Brunswick led 2-1 after six
innings, scoring single runs in the
second and third frames.
Jeron Monroe scored the first
South run when he walked, went to
third on a Whiteville error and came
home on Terry Tolley's squeeze
Scott Phillips scored the second
Cougar run after walking, going to
second on another Wolfpack error
and coming home on Todd Vice's
single to center field.
Whiteville scored its first run in
the third inning despite being held
hitless until the sixth when the
Wolfpack rallied to tie the game at
The Cougars took a brief 3-1 lead
in the top of the sixth when Bobby
Farrar singled and scored on Tol
ley's double down the leftfield line.
Two South Bninswick errors and
a pair of walks keyed Whiteville 's
two-run rally that enabled the
Wolfpack to pull even for the first
Whiteville loaded the bases with
no outs in the bottom of the ninth
but a double play and a grounder
back to pitcher Scott Coring ended
Chris Smith, the fourth White
ville pitcher seeing action in the
contest, picked up the win after
throwing the final two frames.
Coring took the loss after reliev
ing starter Shawn Swain in the
sixth. Swain held the Wolfpack hit
less but walked six and hit one bat
Clay Boykin started on the
mound for Whiteville but was re
lieved by Brian Rozelle in the fifth
Richie Blackwell, perhaps the top
pitcher this season in the Wacca
maw Conference, came on to re
lieve Rozelle and struck out 11 of
13 batters faced in four scoreless in
nings. Blackwell has now hurled 30
consecutive scoreless innings.
With the loss. South Brunswick
dropped to 3-3 in the WC and 8-5
The Cougars host West Bruns
wick on Monday at 7 p.m. in con
tinued league action.
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East Bladen Outlasts
West Trojans 6-5
West Brunswick's late-inning ral
ly fell just short last Tuesday as vis
iting East Bladen took a 6-5
Waccamaw 2-A Conference base
ball win over the Trojans.
West Brunswick fought back
from a 6-1 deficit with four runs in
the sixth inning and had runners on
first and second base in the seventh
when Cleon Butler struck out to end
"We made five errors and contin
ued to make the same mental mis
takes we have all season," said West
Brunswick baseball coach Mike
Alderson. "We made a great come
back but we came up just a little
East Bladen battered losing pitch
er Brian Alderson for 12 hits in five
innings before George Daniels en
tered for the final two frames and
yielded only one hit.
The loss dropped the Trojans to
1-3 in the WC and 4-7-1 overall.
West Brunswick continues league
play tonight visiting Whiteville in a
7 p.m. contest. The Trojans will al
so make up last Friday's rained out
contest at South Brunswick on
Monday at 7 p.m.
Brunswick's Newest Legion
Entry Sets Tryouts For May 4
BY JOHNNY CRAIG
A second Brunswick County
American Legion baseball team
drawing players from the western
and southern areas will open play
later this spring in the local Area II
The new team, Brunswick
Shores, will select players from
both West and South Brunswick
while the Post 68 squad from Le
land will continue to operate with
players from North Brunswick and
Acme-Delco in Columbus County.
Tryouts for the Brunswick Shores
team will be Saturday, May 4, at
West Brunswick High School and
will also feature a cookout for
prospective players, according to
Trojan baseball coach Mike Ald
Danny Gore of Shallottc, a for
mer West Brunswick baseball vol
unteer assistant coach, will serve as
athletic director for the new team.
Brunswick Shores will be spon
sored by American Legion Post 445
(Town Creek), Post 247 (Shallotte)
and Post 213 (Southport).
The team will alternate home
games between the fields at West
and South Brunswick. The school's
head baseball coaches, Mike Ald
erson (West) and Jack Brown
(South), will manage and coach the
"The high school coach with the
best record the previous season will
earn the right to manage the team,"
said Tebo Rogers of Southport.
"The other will serve as a coach but
the two will be working together."
Post 68 plays its home games at
North Brunswick High School and
will continue to be led by manager
Ed Lewis and assistant Keith Moore
(Scorpion head baseball coach).
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