Croatan tennis coach Jim Sheehan got the surprise of a career Tuesday, Aug. 20, just before the start of his girls’ team’s season-opening match.

The Swansboro boys’ soccer team will look a little different this fall after a changing of the guard in the offseason.

The Swansboro football team cleaned house through graduation in the spring to make way for a massive, incoming senior class low on experience but high on character.

Swansboro High School student-athletes are back in the throes of a N.C. High School Athletic Association dead period this week.

A little rain couldn’t damper the spirit of the 11th annual “The Boro” Soccer camp at Swansboro High School on Monday.

The Swansboro girls’ soccer team boldly fielded two starting keepers this season, and both were rewarded for their efforts by the N.C. Soccer Coaches Association.

The 39th annual Swansboro Rotary Bluewater Memorial Day Fishing Tournament wrapped up Sunday with 35 boats taking to the Crystal Coast waters for day three of the billfish competition.

Croatan tennis coach Jim Sheehan is getting his just due as an Onslow County sports pioneer this week when he will be inducted into the Coastal Bank & Trust Sports Hall of Fame.

The Swansboro baseball team has upped its overall record to .500 after winning its third straight game last week.

The Swansboro High School girls soccer team had its three-game win streak halted on Wednesday, March 27 with a tight 2-1 loss at Jacksonville. But the Pirates  bounced back for a 2-0 triumph at home against Northside-Jacksonville on Friday, March 29.

The Swansboro lacrosse team made its debut at Croatan on Thursday, March 7, losing 14-3.

Swansboro baseball fans have plenty reasons to be excited this spring as the Pirates bring back a full boat of starters off a successful 2018 campaign.

Swansboro sophomore grappler River Carroll brought home a team-best, fifth-place finish from his first visit to the 3A wrestling state tournament.

The Swansboro girls’ basketball team fell to West Carteret 54-53 in overtime on Tuesday, Feb. 5.