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Wins Net Title
Rim's leant defeated regular-sea
son champion Richard Jones Con
struction to win the Brunswick
County Parks and Recreation Coed
Volleyball Ixague tournament last
Rita's Team beat the Jones squad
15-12, 15-12, in the championship
match to close the season w ith a 12
Richard Jones Construction,
which won the regular season with a
13-2 mark, ended the year at 15-4.
Rita's Team beat Kari's Team,
Gene's Body Shop and Richard
Jones Construction twice to win the
tournament, which concluded last
Coed Volleyball League
Richard Jones Const.
Gene's Bixly Shop
Br. Comm. College
South Brunswick's Cougars gave
up 13 hits and committed six errors
in their baseball season opener last
Wednesday at Laney High in New
The result was an 1 8-6 loss to the
4-A Buccaneers. David McCallum
had three hits and four RBI to lead
the Laney attack.
South Brunswick's home opener
w ith Laney was rained out Monday
and was rescheduled for Tuesday af
ternoon. Results weren't available at
The Cougars open Waccamaw 2
A Conference play Thursday at East
Bladen and will host Hoke County
in a non-conference doubleheader
Saturday starting at noon.
South Brunswick's Softball sea
son oncncr was mined out Monday
and was to have been made up as
part of a doublchcader on Wednes
The Lady Cougars were to play a
pair of non -conference games at
i.aney High School in New Hanover
County Wednesday afternoon.
South Brunswick plays its first
two Waccamaw 2-A Conference
games at home, hosting East Bladen
on Friday and North Brunswick next
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North Brunswick High School's new bleachers at the football field were rt caring completion last week.
Dewayne (ireen (left) and Jeff Caudill of Oates/Stallings Inc. of Raleigh were adding the finishing
touches. North Brunswick's Booster Club will sponsor a pro wrestling match Saturday, March 28, in
the school gym to raise money for a new press box. The Coastal Carolina Wrestling Alliance match
starts at 7:30 p.m.
New Hanover Sweeps Scorps
New Hanover swept a double
header from North Brunswiek Mon
day, dropping the Scorpions to 0-4
for the season.
The 4-A Wildcats belted 14 hits
in the opener en route to a 21-1
thrashing of North Brunswick.
Mike Malcy pitched a complete
game two-hitter for New Hanover,
which scored in every inning.
In the sccond game. New Han
over's Ed Lewis hit three doubles
and knocked in four runs to lead the
Wildcats to a 9-2 victory. Chris
Moore was the winning pitcher.
North Brunswick, which was held
to just five hits in the two games,
opens Waccamaw 2-A Conference
play Friday at home against West
Columbus. The Scorps host South
Brunswick next Tuesday.
The Scorpions lost an 11-7 deci
sion at Hoggard last Tuesday, com
mitting six errors in the game.
Nick Studebakcr picked up the
win for the Vikings, who had shut
out the Scorpions 7-0 the day before
North Brunswick look a 1-0 lead
in the top of the first inning, but
gave up two runs in the bottom half
of the inning.
Hoggard rallied for five runs in
the fourth inning to take a 7-1 lead
and held on for the win.
Adrain Black had three of North
Brunswick's eight hits, including a
three-run double in the sixth inning.
Bryan Housand came off the bench
to pick up two hits for the Scorps.
Banquet To Honor
Trojan Grid Team
A banquet honoring the 1991
West Brunswick football team will
be held Saturday, March 28, at 7
p.m. at the Joncs/Byrd Clubhouse at
Sea Trail Plantation at Sunset
The Trojans, under the direction
of Head Coach Marshall Seay, went
13-2 and won the N.C. 2- A Eastern
Dinner will cost S10 per person.
The evening will feature a guest
speaker and presentation of team
awards, individual awards and
The banquet is being sponsored
by the West Brunswick Athletic
Trojan Softball Team Takes
Two Openers From Pender
West Brunswick's soflball team
has won its first two games of the
season, posting a pair of non-confcr
ence victories over PenHer !he
The Lady Trojans beat Pender 1 1
4 on Monday. In its season-opener
last Wednesday, West Brunswick
topped the visiting Lady Patriots 12
Jenny Juilah was the winning
pitcher in both games, while Emily
Gore and Meg Small led the offen
"We're very pleased with the of
fense," Coach Traccy James said
following Monday's win. "We're
hitting the ball and scoring runs. We
still have some improvement to do
The Lady Trojans committed six
errors in the two games, which re
sulted in nine unearned runs. Juduh
has given up only three earned runs
in two games.
On Monday, West Brunswick
belted out 22 hits in the 11-4 rout at
Pender. The Lady Trojans plated
five runs in the sixth inning to pull
Hope Varnam went four-for-four
at the plate to lead the West Bruns
wick offense. Meg Small, Emily
Gore, Chrissy Aikman and Chasity
Hinesly each had three hits.
West Brunswick had to come
back to win its season-opener last
Wednesday over visiting Fender,
"Overall wc played extremely
well 'jl ftrsl piinic," Couch Jurncs
said. "Wc had some defensive jitters
early on but came back and settled
Pender, which had 12 hits in the
game, scored seven unearned runs in
the first two innings to lake a 7-2
The Lady Trojans scored two runs
in the third inning and live more in
the fourth to take the lead for good
West Brunswick scored three more
runs in the sixth to add to its lead.
Besides picking up the win on the
mound, Judah went three-for-thrce
w ith a double and triple and scored a
Emily Gore also collected three
hits, including two triples, and scor
ed three runs for the Lady Trojans.
Meg Small and Lena Jancda each
went two- for- four and scored two
runs for West Brunsw ick, which had
19 hits in the game.
West Brunswick's game against
New Hanover was rained out last
Thursday. West will play at New
Hanover today (Thursday) in the fi
nal non-conference game of the sea
The Lady Trojans open the Wac
camaw 2-A Conference season
Friday at home against Whiteville.
West hosts Fairmont next Tuesday.
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