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Mutiny gives home crowd thrilling finish in 2-1 victory

Home sweet home was even sweeter for the Myrtle Beach Mutiny on Tuesday night, which celebrated its return from a five-game road trip with a 2-1 victory over the visiting Carolina RailHawks. Playing at Ashley Booth Stadium for the first time in nearly a month, the Mutiny gave the home crowd a dramatic finish. Tied at 1-all for the entire second half, Myrtle Beach got a game-winning goal from captain... 

Wave makes big splash at Palmetto Lacrosse Classic

The Grand Strand-based Wave Lacrosse Club traveled to Charleston over the weekend to compete in the Palmetto Lax Classic. All five of the Wave’s teams participated in the tourney, including the first high school girl team from the Grand Strand region. The Wave high school boys varsity team fell one goal short of achieving back-to-back championships at this Bitter Lacrosse tournament. The... 

Mutiny wrap up five-game road trip with shutout win

The Myrtle Beach Mutiny wrapped up a grueling five-game road trip in winning fashion Saturday night, shutting out the FC Discoveries 3-0 in Rock Hill. Myrtle Beach’s Lewis Osbourne put the Mutiny on the scoreboard first late in the first half, and Jon Ander quickly followed with a goal of his own to give Myrtle Beach a 2-0 halftime lead. Aksel Juul added a late goal to clinch the win. The... 

Mutiny’s four-game winning streak halted by Railhawks

The Myrtle Beach Mutiny had their four-game winning streak snapped Wednesday night in a 2-1 loss to the Carolina Railhawks. The Mutiny (4-2-1), playing their fourth consecutive away match in the midst of a five-game road swing, lost for the first time since their season opener on May 11. Myrtle Beach fell behind 2-0 in the first half but made a strong run in the second. Kervin Kenton scored a goal... 

Stay active on Strand this summer at sports camps

The summertime is prime time for kids to up their games, and there’s no better way to do it than through a summer sports camp. The Grand Strand features a wealth of opportunities for kids to try something different and learn a new sport, or improve their skills in the sports of their choice – from all the traditional stick-and-ball sports to recreational activities. Here’s a list... 

Mutiny continues to roll up wins on (Tobacco) Road

Forgive the Myrtle Beach Mutiny if they aren’t in a rush to get back home, but life on the road has been good to them lately. The Mutiny (4-1-1) scored their fourth consecutive win overall and their third straight on the road in a 3-0 shutout over Tobacco Road FC on Friday night in Raleigh, NC. Myrtle Beach’s Lewis Osbourne put the Mutiny on the scoreboard first, just eight minutes... 

Myrtle Beach Wave riding growing sport of lacrosse

Lacrosse is one of the fastest growing sports in the United States, and the Grand Strand area is riding the Wave. The Myrtle Beach Wave youth lacrosse program is in its third year, and this summer season is its biggest one yet. The club traveled to Irmo over the weekend to compete in the South Carolina Shootout. Two Wave high school teams competed against top travel teams from Atlanta, Charlotte,... 

Rain doesn’t wash away Sunday fun at Salt Games

Not even a little rain could wash away all the fun at the Fourth Annual Native Sons Salt Game on Sunday in Myrtle Beach’s downtown district. Afternoon showers cut short some of the activities and festivities, but the sun returned and so did the crowd to celebrate the end of the two-day beach games and extreme sports showcase. Surfing, skating, swimming and even hot dog eating were among the... 

Mutiny tackles Silverbacks, takes first place in division

The first leg of the Myrtle Beach Mutiny’s five-game road stretch couldn’t have gone any better as the Mutiny won their second away match in three nights and moved into sole possession of first place in the NPSL South Atlantic Division. On the heels of their 4-0 victory over the Georgia Revolution on Thursday, the Mutiny (3-1-1) continued their run through the Peach State by taking... 

Mutiny opens long road trip with shutout of Revolution

The Myrtle Beach Mutiny wasted little time in scoring a knockout blow Thursday night, posting a 4-0 shutout over the Georgia Revolution. The Mutiny (2-1-1) scored a pair of goals in the opening 10 minutes en route to the rout on the road, both courtesy of picture-perfect crosses from Lewis Osbourn. Osbourn found an open Askell Juel just 3 minutes into the match, and hooked up with Jon Ander a few... 
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