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5th Quarter Season Preview: Brunswick County

The battle of Brunswick County went the way of the West Brunswick Trojans in 2018 as they finished with a 5-6 record, but just missed out on a playoff spot finishing 4th in the Mideastern Conference.
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Artificial turf project coming along at Brunswick County high schools

Brunswick County officials voted back in February to approve a $2.29 million dollar project to install Astro Turf surfaces at their three county high schools. The turf is currently being laid at North Brunswick High School, while South Brunswick and West Brunswick have started the preparation process. 

North Brunswick HS band marches in National Independence Day Parade

The Marching Scorpions will join a procession of marching bands, giant balloons, elaborate floats, military units, drill teams and more in the National Independence Day Parade.

North Brunswick High School band heading to Washington, DC

Band students at North Brunswick High School are on their way to the nation's capital to take part in a major 4th of July celebration.

NBHS band reaches fundraising goal, heads to DC for 4th

Band members at North Brunswick High School braved the heat to squeeze in one last practice today before heading to our nation's capital.
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North Brunswick Band prepares for Independence Day Parade in DC

A Brunswick County marching band will be representing North Carolina on the national stage in Washington, DC this Fourth of July.
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North Brunswick’s Jieem Bullock adds two more All-American honors

North Brunswick Track & Field standout Jieem Bullock can now add two more All-American honors to his name. The junior placed 3rd in the high jump and 4th in the long jump last weekend at the New Balance Outdoor National Championship in Greensboro. 
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Former North Brunswick standout taking his baseball career to the next level

North Brunswick graduate Shelton Perkins saw a dream become a reality this week. The now James Madison University pitcher was drafted by the Baltimore Orioles in the 16th round.

First cousins graduate at the top of their class

Veronda Turquoise Blue and Angel Jaliah Johnson are not twins, but they grew up sharing each other’s parents and shadowing each other’s life. From the moment they were born, they have been playing together, working together, and studying together for the same cause.

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