Two local athletes with close connections to Marine Corps Base Camp Lejeune competed at the 2020 Arnold Sports Festival, the world’s largest multi-sport festival, in Columbus, Ohio, March 5-8. Read more

The North Carolina Basketball Coaches Association (NCBCA) announced its All-District Awards for the 2019-2020 season earlier this month. Here is a look at the awards for District 2 consisting of 30 schools in nine counties ranging from Brunswick County to Craven County. Read more

East Carteret’s Bennie Brooks scored 32 points and grabbed 16 rebounds to lead the Mariners past Lejeune in the first round of the North Carolina High School Athletic Association’s 1A state playoffs by a score of 83-56, Feb. 25. Read more

A turning of the tides – that is what U.S. Marine Corps Sgt. Raymond Bunker believes this weekend’s Armed Forces Wrestling Championship could signify if the Marines can win, ending the Army’s 18-year winning streak in the process. Read more

Lejeune High School senior Kyle Baldwin cleared 13 and a half feet to win silver in the pole vault at the NCHSAA’s 1A/2A indoor state championship meet in Winston-Salem, Feb. 15. Baldwin’s second-place finish gave the Lejeune boys eight of their 18 points, a total good enough for ninth in th… Read more

It hasn’t been an easy season for the Lejeune High School girls’ basketball team. With few numbers and a dearth of experience, the Lady Pups had their back against the wall all season. Read more

The Naval Medical Center Camp Lejeune intramural basketball team had a chance at the buzzer to send the game into overtime, but Headquarters and Support Battalion held on for the victory 68-65, Feb. 13. Read more

Lejeune High School senior Dean Fecteau finished 12th in the 200-yard freestyle with a time of 1:52.17 at last Thursday’s 1A/2A NCHSAA State Swimming Championships in Cary. Fecteau earned five team points to put LHS ahead of eight other 1A/2A schools that had men earn points at the state meet. Read more