One of the oldest and longest standing rugby clubs run by active duty Marines announced last week that they are moving off base and expanding out into the local community. The Camp Lejeune Misfits Rugby Football Club, as they were previously called, has now taken on the name of the Onslow Ru… Read more

The U.S. Army’s nearly two-decade long winning streak in the Greco-Roman Armed Forces Wrestling Championship is over. The championship match, which was held at Naval Base Kitsap in February, ended with the Army edging out the Marines by one point, 21-20. However, on July 30, USA Wrestling an… Read more

The MCCS Lejeune-New River Grand Prix Series announced on July 24 that the Marine Corps Half Marathon set for Sept. 12 on Marine Corps Base Camp Lejeune is now a virtual-only race, citing “health and safety” concerns in a Facebook post. Read more

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The 2020 Marine Corps Marathon (MCM) Weekend events scheduled for Friday, Oct. 23 through Sunday, Oct. 25 in Arlington, Virginia and the nation’s capital, will shift to virtual-only status due to ongoing public health concerns and the guidelines of local governments. Read more

The Duffers’ Retreat snack bar located at the Paradise Point Golf Course clubhouse has reopened with limited seating after closing due to COVID-19. Face coverings are required inside, social distancing is mandatory and additional seating is available outside. Duffers’ Retreat is open from 7:… Read more

It’s National Therapeutic Recreation Week, July 5-11. The U.S. Department of Defense Warrior Care’s Military Adaptive Sports Program (MASP) provides recovering service members and veterans with opportunities to participate in adaptive sports and activities. Warrior Care cites benefits of the… Read more

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U.S. Marine Corps veteran and WBO Junior Lightweight Champion Jamel Herring tested positive for COVID-19 in June, resulting in the postponement of his title defense bout set for July 2 against Jonathan Oquendo. Herring (21-2, 10 KOs) told ESPN’s Mark Kriegel on air June 23 that the “best cas… Read more

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The MCCS Lejeune-New River Sports branch is hosting a free Softball Points Derby for active duty military personnel on Marine Corps Base Camp Lejeune and Marine Corps Air Station New River, July 7-10. The derbies will be broken down into 15 minute time slots with 10 batters per slot in order… Read more

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ESPN held a SportsCenter Special titled “The Return of Sports” on June 15 to talk with league commissioners and pro athletes about the resumption of play as well as social change. Here’s a look at where the leagues stand on play resuming. Read more

The Jacksonville-Onslow Sports Commission has tentatively moved its fourth annual Freedom Fight, a USA Boxing sanctioned event originally slated for this summer, to the evening of Oct. 30 at Northside High School in Jacksonville amid concerns over COVID-19. JOSC Executive Director Scott Smit… Read more

Earlier this month, Swansboro High School coach and athletic director Kim Miller was given the Toby Webb Outstanding Coach Award from the North Carolina High School Athletic Association. Two coaches receive the award annually who have had noticeable impacts on both students and athletes at t… Read more

As the U.S. continues to navigate the challenges posed by the COVID-19 global pandemic, the U.S. Marine Corps and City of San Antonio leadership remain committed to the safety and health of our service members and local communities. Read more

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About every day between a dozen and two dozen Marines meet on Marine Corps Base Camp Lejeune to practice boxing, not knowing the next time they’ll step into the ring to face a real opponent due to COVID-19. They all show up for different reasons - to maintain physique, try something new, bec… Read more

The Workout of the Week is a full body workout consisting of six warm up sets followed by a trio of speed/agility activities, eight sets of muscle endurance work and a cooldown segment.   Read more

With no high school sports due to the pandemic, we have had time to ponder what they mean to us. We’ve been reminded that things we love can be gone seemingly overnight. So to promote some positive thinking about how high school athletes can be better when sports do return, I’ve concluded th… Read more