BOLVIA — On Nov. 11, the inaugural Dolphin Pickleball Tournament kicked off at the Brunswick Community College (BCC) Dinah E. Gore Fitness and Aquatics Center. The tournament, which was a three-day event, hosted several pickleball players from various Brunswick County Communities. The most important part of the tournament was that they were raising money for the BCC Women’s Basketball team.
On Nov. 29, Richard Holloman of BF Pickelball Paddles presented a check for $1,176 to Joe Gaughan, Head Women’s Basketball Coach at BCC. The proceeds will go towards the team’s $5,000 goal.
“We need to raise $5,000 to make ends meet for the women’s team this season,” says Coach Gaughan.
Alongside Coach Gaughan at the check presentation were players Bri Jones, Am Houston, Lauren Jenkins, Dellasia Freeman and Sydney Harrison. Overall, the tournament was a huge success and many hope that it becomes an annual event.
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