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Mammy’s Kitchen Athlete of the Week Voting

Voting for this contest ends at 11:59pm Saturday, August 27th Visit Mammy’s Kitchen online at Mammyskitchen.com Peyton Derrick Conway Football The senior quarterback threw five touchdown passes in leading the Tigers to a 41-19 season-opening victory over Georgetown.           Taylor Steele Carolina Forest Swimming Steele won the 200 individual medley and posted... 

Mammy’s Kitchen Athlete of the Week Voting

Voting for this contest ends at 11:59pm Saturday, August 20th Visit Mammy’s Kitchen online at Mammyskitchen.com Jordyn O’Dell Coastal Aquatic Club Swimming O’Dell won the state title in the 100 backstroke at the South Carolina Long Course Championships in Columbia and set a pair of club records.           Luke Gordon Guy Daniels Memorial Surf-off Surfing Gordon,... 

Mammy’s Kitchen Athlete of the Week Voting

Voting for this contest ends at 11:59pm Saturday, August 6th Visit Mammy’s Kitchen online at Mammyskitchen.com Tyler Eldred Coastal Aquatic Club Swimming Eldred took to the medal stand fur times at the Last-Chance Invitational, including first place in the 50 Freestyle and second in the 100 Breaststroke.           Amber Campbell US Olympic Team Track & Field Campbell... 

2016 SEC preseason media poll? Here’s mine

Today’s the day every college football fan has waited for this summer. The first of the 2016 preseason media polls will be released starting in Hoover with the final day of SEC Media Days on tap. It’s “talking season” and the July preseason polls give us all something to yak about or in the case of Sturg and his Crimson Tide, something to crow about. However, we all know... 

Area kayak tours offer nice escape from traffic, crowds

The Grand Strand has long been known as a travel destination for families looking for a relaxing day on the beach, followed by a fun filled night at an amusement park. But, the area is beginning to attract a new crowd of adventurers, kayakers. While the center of Myrtle Beach has few offerings, the south end around Murrells Inlet, and the Cherry Grove section of North Myrtle Beach offer an incredible... 

The ART of choosing your Physical Therapist

Physical Therapists are specialty Healthcare Professionals educated in the evaluation and treatment of the human body including movement dysfunctions of the musculoskeletal and nervous system. They are skilled in a variety of treatments for the human body ranging from everyday common joint sprains and muscle pulls, chronic pain syndromes, arthritic conditions and even advanced neurological diseases.... 

Pelicans hit the rocks in road series opening loss

Erick Leal allowed just one run in six innings Friday, but the Myrtle Beach Pelicans left nine men on in a 1-0 series-opening loss to the Wilmington Blue Rocks at Frawley Stadium. Leal’s (10-4) lone mistake was a solo home run by Chad Johnson in the third inning. The right-hander yielded just three hits and fanned six without walking a batter in his six innings. However, Myrtle Beach (43-43,... 

Mutiny’s season ends with PK in final minutes of play

The Myrtle Beach Mutiny saw their season come to an end tonight in the first round of the South Atlantic Conference playoffs, losing to Tobacco Road FC in the 92nd minute of play on a penalty kick. Tobacco Road traveled to Ashley Booth stadium in Myrtle Beach as the number four seed, sitting at 3-4-3 on the year. With the win, the first year team picked up their fifth victory and will advance... 

CCU’s Morrison heads to Kannapolis for pro debut

The Kannapolis Intimidators, Class A Affiliate of the Chicago White Sox, have received national champion and Coastal Carolina standout Mike Morrison. The right-handed pitcher was selected by the White Sox in the 27th round of this June’s First-Year Player Draft two weeks before leading the Chanticleers to their first NCAA Championship in school history. In a corresponding move, the Intimidators... 

Campbell qualifies for third straight Olympics with toss

Amber Campbell qualified today at the US Olympic Trials in Eugene, Oregon for her third straight Olympic Games. She will represent America in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil next month. The Grand Strand resident broke the Trials record for distance in Women’s Hammer Throw with a distance of 74.03 meters on her final throw of the day, beating her previous Trials record for her toss in 2012. She also set... 
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