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Marine Aircraft Group 26 (MAG 26) utilized a balanced scoring attack to defeat Combat Logistics Battalion 8 (CLB 8) in the MCCS Lejeune-New River intramural soccer league at the intramural soccer fields on Marine Corps Base Camp Lejeune, Aug. 12. Read more

The Lejeune High School Devil Pups football team will begin a new chapter in the program’s history this fall as retired U.S. Marine Chief Warrant Officer Jonathan Delle takes over as head coach. Delle, the son of a high school coach, plans to bring some of his Marine ethos with him to the fi… Read more

Naval Medical Center Camp Lejeune (NMCCL) and Headquarters and Support Battalion’s MCCS Lejeune-New River outdoor intramural soccer game ended in a 1-1 draw after both teams traded second-half goals at Liversedge Field on Marine Corps Base Camp Lejeune, Aug. 5. Read more

The All-Marine Wrestling team hosted its second free tournament of the year at Goettge Memorial Field House, Aug. 3. The Lejeune Open, a tournament for active duty Marines and Sailors, served as a way to scout potential future All-Marine wrestlers and to give former wrestlers an opportunity … Read more

August 1 marked the official start to the fall sports season for high schools in North Carolina. Tryouts and practices across the state have begun as young athletes have their sights set on making a team’s roster, winning games and claiming championships. Read more

Golfers teamed up at Paradise Point Golf Course on Marine Corps Base Camp Lejeune for the seventh-annual Red & White Tournament, July 13-14. The White Team took a four-point lead into Sunday, but the Red Team came from behind in the final round of individual matches to run away with the … Read more

The Lejeunatics got their first victory of the MCCS Lejeune-New River Sports’ women’s softball league season by putting up double-figure runs in each of the first two innings on their way to beating the H&S Angels with a score of 21-5 in a Scarlet Division matchup at the Harry Agganis So… Read more

The H&S Angels softball team, made up of Marines, civilians and Marine spouses from within the Headquarters & Support Battalion on Marine Corps Base Camp Lejeune, lost to Gym Class Heroes 17-8 on June 27 to drop to 0-2 in the MCCS Lejeune-New River Sports’ women’s softball league. Read more

It has been seven years since the Marine Corps had an All-Marine boxing team, but the spirit of the storied program was still very much alive at the third Freedom Fight at Northside High School in Jacksonville on June 21 which was hosted by All-Marine boxing team alumni in conjunction with t… Read more

Retired and active-duty Marines, along with civilians, participated in the 9th Annual Carolina Museum of the Marine Golf Classic on June 14 at the Jacksonville Country Club. The four-man captain’s choice best ball tournament benefited the Carolina Museum of the Marine, a Jacksonville-based n… Read more

The All-Marine wrestling team has another wrestler on the World Team following Final X: Lincoln which was held at the University of Nebraska on June 15. Sgt. Raymond Bunker defeated the Air Force’s Alex Mossing in two straight rounds to win the 72 kg./158.7 lbs. Greco-Roman division title an… Read more

An All-Marine wrestler is headed to the World Championships after winning a best-of-three series at Final X, one of United States wrestling’s most prestigious events. U.S. Marine Corps Sgt. John Stefanowicz defeated U.S. Open champion Kendrick Sanders in two straight rounds at Final X: Rutge… Read more

Dharyus Thomas is days from graduation, but for some he is already a legend at Southwest Onslow High School (SWOHS). The Stallion basketball team’s returning players were trying to dunk recently before an offseason workout began as one of them said, “I’m Dharyus” and tried to dunk like Thoma… Read more

Sami Szydzik is a certified personal trainer, a certified fitness nutrition specialist and a group exercise instructor who teaches primarily at Wallace Creek Fitness Center on Marine Corps Base Camp Lejeune. Some of the group exercise classes she teaches include indo row, tabata, cycle circu… Read more

On Saturday, June 1, over 140 people kayaked and paddleboarded in the 12th annual Kayak for the Warriors race which moved through Bogue Sound and the Pine Knoll Shores canals. Ray Moore earned the winning-time by completing the 3.2-mile course in 31 minutes, 51 seconds. The winning team was … Read more

The Inline Hockey Rink at Marine Corps Air Station New River reopened on May 20 following a two-week closure for floor resurfacing. The new surface replaced a similar type of tile that had been the rink’s floor for nine years. New River Sports Coordinator Chris Miller says the new floor will… Read more

Six student-athletes from Lejeune High School were given All Coastal 8 1A/2A Conference (C8C) honors this month. Boys’ golf was the only team to have more than one team member selected to the all-conference list. Sophomore, Austin Barkhimer, who qualified for the 1A state championship, and f… Read more