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In Brunswick Sports
THURSDAY, MAR?H 26
?Brunswick Community College golf team plays ai Si.
James Plantation, 1 p.m.
?South Brunswick at Hoggard in golf, 2 p.m.
?West Brunswick at New Hanover in softball, 4:30 p.m.
?West Brunswick hosts Whiteville in junior varsity baseball,
?South Brunswick hosts East Bladen in junior varsity
baseball, 5 p.m.
?South Brunswick at East Bladen in varsity baseball, 7 p.m.
FRIDAY, MARCH 27
?North Brunswick hosts West Columbus in varsity baseball,
?West Brunswick hosts Whiteville in softball, 4:30 p.m.
?South Brunswick hosts East Bladen in softball, 4:30 p.m.
?West Brunswick at Whiteville in varsity baseball, 7 p.m.
SATURDAY, MARCH 28
?South Brunswick competes in an invitational track meet at
UNC- Wilmington, 9 a.m.
?South Brunswick hosts Hoke County in varsity baseball
doubleheader, 1 2 noon.
MONDAY, MARCH 30
?Waccamaw Conference golf tournament at South
Brunswick, 1:30 p.m.
?West Brunswick hosts South Robeson in boys' tennis. 4
?South Brunswick hosts West Columbus in boys' tennis, 4
?West Brunswick hosts Fairmont in junior varsity baseball. 5
?South Brunswick hosts North Brunswick in junior varsitv
baseball, 5 p.m.
TUESDAY, MARCH 31
?South Brunswick at Hoggard in boys' track, 3:30 p.m.
?West Brunswick hosts Fairmont in softball, 4:30 p.m.
?South Brunswick hosts North Brunswick in softball, 4:30
?West Brunswick at Fairmont in varsity baseball, 7 p.m.
?North Brunswick hosts South Brunswick in varsity
baseball, 7 p.m.
WEDNESDAY, APRIL 1
?South Rrunswick hosts West Brunswick and Worthington,
Ohio, in track, 3:30 p.m.
?West Brunswick at West Columbus in boys' tennis, 4 p.m.
?South Brunswick at South Robeson in boys' tennis, 4 p.m.
This week's listings include events reported to the Deacon. To list a
sporting activity call 754-6890, FAX 754-5407, or write to Doug Rutter,
The Brunswick Beacon, P.O. Box 2558, Shallotlc, N.C. 28459.
IN MEN'S LEAGUE
Lakers Upset Young Guns
The Lakers edged the Young
Guns 91-89 in the Brunswick
County Parks and Recreation Men's
Basketball League last week, giving
the regular-season championship to
Charles Webb scored 29 points to
lead the Lakers to the two-point win
last Thursday night at Shallotte
Chris Johnson scorcd 28 points
for the Young Guns, who fell to 11
3 on the season and out of a tie for
The Turntables, who were idle
last week, captured the regular-sea
son title with a 12-2 record. The
Lakers finished third at 10-4.
The last two regular-season
games were played Monday night,
but neither involved any of the top
three teams in the league.
In other games last week, Don
Stevenson scored 25 points to lead
the Warriors to an 89-73 win over
the Sonics, who were led by Mike
Johnson with 18.
Stevenson scored 27 points in the
Warriors' other game last week, but
it wasn't enough. The Rockets got 20
points from Edgar Jackson and post
ed a 75-68 victory over the Warriors.
In the only other game, Chris
Hoover scored 17 points as Igioo
Freeze chilled off the Sonics 78-75.
Mike Johnson scored 30 for the
Tournament play was slated to
open Wednesday and Thursday and
conclude next week at Shallotte
Men's Basketball League
Standings As Of March 22
TEAM WINS LOSSES
Turntables 12 2
Young Guns 1 1 3
Lakers 10 4
Warriors 8 5
Rockets 6 7
Igloo Freeze 4 9
Sonics 3 10
Brew Crew 0 14
" Striving for
an open ,
?COUNTY GOVERNMENT OPERATIONS:
Review county's strengths and weaknesses and to take
?HEALTH: Health insurance, septic tanks, county
water system, county wide sewer system.
?CRIME: How to control it, improvement in law
?COUNTYWIDE LIBRARY ? WASTE DISPOSAL
?ENVIRONMENT 'FIRE DEPARTMENTS:
Volunteer vs. County System, safety inspections
?ADVISORY BOARDS: Review & terminate
BRUNSWICK COUNTY COMMISSIONER
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Paid lex by the candidate
Wolfpack Nips West Netters
Whitcville posted a 6-3 win over
visiting West Brunswick in the
boys' tennis season opener Monday.
The defending Waccamaw 2-A
Conference champs won five of six
singles' matches and one of the
three doubles' matches.
Bcnji Mankin led West Bruns
wick with a 2-6, 6-2, 6-2, singles
win over Eric Amngton.
Mankin also teamed up with La
mar Hardy to beat the Whiteville's
Matt Young and Dave Eichman K-6
in doubles play.
Michael Sellers and Kelly Wool
en picked up West's only other win.
They defeated the Wolfpack doubles
team of Chuck Hudson and Kevin
"Probably one of the biggest de
ciding factors was inexperience,"
West Brunswick Coach Marti Gillis
"I'm playing only two, Lamar and
Michael, who had experience in the
lop six last year," she said. "So to
open with the defending champions
and hold our own was a big step."
West Brunswick was to continue
league play Wednesday at Fairmont
before hosting South Robeson in the
Trojans' home opener next Monday.
Singles: Shelboumc (W) dcf.
Hardy, 6-1, 6-4; Young (W) dcf.
Ballou. 3-6, 6-1, 7-5; Eichman (W)
def. Carr. 6-3, 6-4; Mankin (WB)
dcf. Arrington, 2-6, 6-2, 6-2; Nich
olson (W) def. Sellars, 6-2, 6-3;
Dimiiris (W) def. Carter, 64, 6-4.
(W) dcf. Ballou-CarT, 8-3; Hardy
Day Date A.M. P.M. A.M. P.M.
Thursday 26 1:41 1:57 7:52 8:03
Friday 27 2:38 2:54 8:4$ 9:04
Saturday 28 3:34 3:52 9:44 10:00
Sunday 29 4:25 4:43 10:35 10:53
Monday 30 5:14 5:30 11:20 11:41
Tuesday 31 5:57 6:13 12:03
Wednesday 1 6:39 6:52 12:26 12:42
ADjijSTMEN i S
SHALIjOTTE INLET? add 17 min.
high ude, add 32 min. tow tide.
LOCKWOOD TOLLY? subtract 22
min high tide, subtract 8 mm. low tide.
BALD HEAD ISLAND? subtract 10
mm. high tide, subtract 7 min. low tide.
SOUTH POMV-add 7 min. high tide,
add 15 min. low tide.
LITTLE RIVER? add 7 min high
tide, add 7 min tow tide.
STAhF PHOTO BY DOUG RUTTS*
WEST KR UNSWICK 'S J A -
SON CARR practices last week
for Monday's match at White
ville. The Wolfpack wort 6-3.
Mankin (WB) dcf. Young-Eichman,
8-6; Sellars-Wooten (WB) dcf.
Most Brunswick County waters
were opened to shellfishing Satur
day after being closed since Marc h
The one exception is Lockwood
Folly River, which remains closed to
shellfishermen upstream of Gcnocs
The waters were opened follow
ing sampling for bacteria, according
to a proclamation from the N.C.
Division of Marine Fisheries.
All coastal waters in the county
had been temporarily closed to
shellfishing following a heavy rain
Inshore Black Bass
Fishing Was Good
BY JAMIK MILLIKEN
Unstable weather played havoc on offshore fishing last week. In a period
of 12 iiuui^ I was nght in the middle of two severe ihun
dcrstomis and one major snowstorm. Wow! Try to CAPTAIN
make some sense out of that. The temperature remained JAMIE'S
in the low 60s and I believe that will slow the fast OFFSHORE
warming trend that we were experiencing with the ticuiwr
ocean water. We really need a week of 70- 80-dcgrcc rl5HING
weather to get hack on track. REPORT
? ? ? ?
Tom Tucker did report that die inshore black bass fishing was good. Me
made a trip (between weather systems) out to the three-mile artificial reef
and boa led a cooler lull of black bass.
? ? ? ?
The fishing north of us hits ically cranked up in the past several weeks.
Big wahoos in particular. One report of a 100- pounder and many in the 40
to 50-pound class. These, fish, along with some nice ycllowfin tuna, were
caught in 600 feet of water off the North Carolina Outer Banks. 1 have had
the opportunity to see a 90-pound wahoo before, and let me tell you friends,
it is an awesome sight. He looked just like a MX missile. I guarantee that he
would be something on the end of your string!
? ? ? ?
The long range forecast calls for light winds and seas for the weekend ol
the 28th. I never put much laith in long range forecasts, but it does give us
something to hope for. And if it comes to pass, you can look for me to be
about 60 mdes southeast of the Shallotte sea buoy.
Until next time, good fishin' and good luck "Jolly Mon" wherever you
Richard C. Glenn
PO Box 2865
Shallotte, NC 28459
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