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Local 6-year-old girl claims two state titles in wrestling

Don’t let her cute appearance or pink wrestling shoes fool you. Six-year-old Anna Morales is 45 pounds of mean when she steps in the ring, and she has the belt to prove it. Wrestling as a member of the Grand Strand Hurricanes, a local club of young grapplers that train year-round, Morales captured South Carolina state championships in the 45-pound weight class in both Freestyle and Grecco... 

MB Freedom close regular season with loss to Lions

The Myrtle Beach Freedom closed out their inaugural season in the American Indoor Football League with a .500 record by losing their season finale to the Columbus Lions 52-15 on Monday night at the Myrtle Beach Convention Center. The Freedom, who posted a 4-4 record in their first year, came into the contest on the heels of their biggest victory of the season – an 83-18 blowout win over the... 

Mutiny nets first win of year before long road voyage

The Myrtle Beach Mutiny captured their first win of the season Saturday night with a 3-1 victory over the visiting FC Carolina Discoveries at Ashley Booth Field. After suffering a tough 3-2 loss in their season opener and settling for a 2-2 tie in last week’s home debut against Tobacco Road FC, the Mutiny wasted little time in finally notching one in the win column. Myrtle Beach scored a... 

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... 

Riptides Racing rips it up at Junior Jaguar Invitational

The locally based Riptides Racing Team competed in the 47th Annual Junior Jaguar meet over the weekend in Augusta, GA.  Eleven members made the trip for the second long-course meters meet of the season. By meet’s end, Riptides Racing Team combined for over 70 percent personal best times, 14 new SC Swimming State Championship qualifying times, seven team records and added a new member to the... 

BUFC Mundial plays major role in MB’s state title bid

The Beach United Football Club’s Under-18 Boys Mundial have won their share of championships on the club level. Over the weekend, the vast majority of players came within one goal of capturing  a South Carolina  High School League soccer tittle as well. Thirteen members of the BUFC Mundial play for the Myrtle Beach High boys soccer team, which suffered a 3-2 loss to Chapin in the SCHSL... 

MB Mutiny rally for draw against Tobacco Road FC

The Myrtle Beach Mutiny picked the perfect time to play their 2016 home opener Friday night with the Grand Strand experience a banner year in soccer. On the eve of the Myrtle Beach High boys and Christian Academy of Myrtle Beach girls playing for state championships, the Mutiny attracted an enthusiastic crowd to see the Mutiny launch its big for a repeat NPSL division title. Coming off a run to... 

Coast FA takes five titles as Coast Spring Classic host

The second week of the Coast Spring Classic youth soccer tournament saw host club Coast FA capture five division championships and two runners-up, and local club Beach United had three runners-up in a field of hundreds of teams from five states. Competing at fields at Market Common’s Grand Park in Myrtle Beach and the North Myrtle Beach Sports & Recreation Complex, Coast FA earned five... 

Siblings power Riptides to strong showing in Savannah

The locally-based Riptides Racing Team kicked off their summer competition schedule with their first meet in Savannah, GA.  More than a dozen members of Riptides travelled to Savannah April 22-23 for the IM-Extreme Challenge and posted almost 75 percent personal best times, 12 new SC Swimming State Championship qualifying times and 3 new team records. Andi Churchill posted best times in the 400... 

Grand Strand runners make strides at Boston Marathon

Several members of the Grand Strand Running Club made the trip from a beach town to Bean Town to compete in Monday’s 120th running of the Boston Marathon. Ryan Dion (3:14:23) was the fastest local finisher, followed across the finish line of the 26.2-mile course by Frank Pepp (3:17:03), Diego Sosa (3:33:50), George Redman (3:36:11), Scott Leroux (4:20:43) and Robyn Showstack (5:40:47). Ethiopians... 
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