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South Carolina joins LLWS for first time in 65 years

For the first time in 65 years, the state of South Carolina will have a home team to root for in the Little League World Series, which gets under way today in Williamsport, PA. The team from Taylors will represent the Palmetto State in the tournament following an impressive run through the regionals. South Carolina went 4-0 to advance to the World Series, outscoring opponents 35-10 in the process.... 

MBTFC sends five to Junior Olympics; Dent takes silver

The Myrtle Beach Track & Field Club had five athletes compete in the USATF National Junior Olympic National Championships in Jacksonville, FL, which wrapped up Aug. 2. Julian Dent placed second in the Boys 11-12 Javelin, earning the silver medal after taking the bronze in the same event at the 9-10 age group in 2013. His throw of 140 feet, 8 inches was just inches shy of winning the national... 

Beach Pumas win Coerver Cup state championship

The Beach Pumas, a team of girls representing the Beach United Football Club, capped their summer of Coerver Cup competition with a new title to their resume – state champs. The Pumas captured the Coerver Cup 5 v 5 U-12 Co-ed state championship on Saturday in Columbia, winning all five of their games and allowing only one goal all day. After winning their opener 5-2, giving up a meaningless... 

Grand Strand’s Richards to semifinals in Jr. US Open

Garden City Beach’s Cam Richards finds himself in two battles this week. He’s currently in Huntington Beach, California surfing in the Van’s US Open of Surfing, Junior Men’s Division, and has advanced to the semifinal match-up. He’ll surf tomorrow around 1pm, California time and face Seth Moniz & Kalani David from Hawaii,  and Japan’s Hiroto Arai. Finals are set for Saturday... 

Athlete of the Week: Luccia fills big-time role for Mutiny

It wasn’t difficult for fans of the Myrtle Beach Mutiny to spot midfielder Brett Luccia. Not only did he make plays all over the place, but he was also the shortest player on the pitch. “I’m 5-(foot)-5 on a good day, when I’ve got my cleats on, but I’ve never felt like it was something I had to overcome,” Luccia joked. “I’ve always been short for... 

CAC, Riptides net top times at S.C. Long Course meet

South Carolina Swimming held its annual Long Course Championship meet this past weekend at the Carolina Natatorium on the campus of the University of South Carolina. This year, 662 swimmers from 24 swim clubs participated in the state championship meet.  Swimmers were restricted to competing in 8 individual events over the four-day meet (even if they had qualified to swim in more races).  Coastal... 

Mutiny’s late rally comes up short to end record season

The Myrtle Beach Mutiny’s record-setting season finally came to an end Saturday night, but the NPSL South Division finalists didn’t go down without a fight. The Mutiny rallied from a three-goal deficit to come within one score of visiting Chattanooga FC, but they couldn’t get the equalizer to go down in the final minutes and suffered a 3-2 loss in the second round of the NPSL... 

Murrells Inlet Post 178 falls short in AL state title quest

Murrells Inlet Post 178 suffered a heartbreaking loss in the first round of the American Legion Seniors state baseball tournament at Riley Park in Sumter on Saturday, followed by a 6-1 loss to Gaffney in the consolation game Sunday. After rallying to take their first lead of the game in the eighth inning, Murrells Inlet saw Union Post 22 score the tying and game-winning runs in the ninth for a... 

CAC, Riptides send total of 40 swimmers to state meet

The Grand Strand will be well represented at the 2015 South Carolina Swimming Long-Course Championships over the weekend. The Myrtle Beach Riptides Swim Team will send 10 members to the state meet, held at the University of South Carolina.  Over 600 athletes from around the state will participate in the four-day meet. Representing the Riptides are Chad Bateson, Eddie Bateson, Hurley Cribb, Danielle... 

Mutiny’s founder, No. 1 fan Hogner returns for playoffs

The Myrtle Beach Mutiny have developed a strong local following during their amazing run to the final eight of the NPSL playoffs, but their biggest fan lives an ocean away. Norwegian native Trum Hogner, who co-founded the Myrtle Beach Football Club back in 2011 and put the first squad on the pitch in 2012, was forced to turn the team over to Coast FA when he returned to Norway for business reasons... 
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