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Mutiny, Mother Nature team up to defeat Upward Stars

The Myrtle Beach Mutiny recorded the first half of the shutout. Mother Nature did the rest as the Mutiny captured a 2-0 victory over the Upward Stars on Tuesday night in Spartanburg. The Mutiny improved their record to 2-0 on the season with the weather-aided win, but Myrtle Beach was in control of the game from the opening kick. Myrtle Beach’s Brett Lucia assisted on the first goal of the game... 

Runners enjoy Dirty Myrtle Mud Run, Brookgreen 5K

It’s not called¬† a mud run for nothing. Nearly 350 runners got down and dirty in the Fifth Annual Dirty Myrtle Mud Run, held Saturday at Waterbridge in Carolina Forest, where the obstacles on the 5K course were mud, mud and more mud. Youth was served as 16-year-old Mikaele Matthews of Coward edged 14-year-old Jack Hall of Charlotte, NC, by one second at the finish line for a winning time of... 

CAC, MB Riptides post top times at May Breakout meet

Coastal Aquatics Club (CAC) of Myrtle Beach visited Columbia for the May Breakout swim meet this past weekend (May 22-24) on the campus of the University of South Carolina. This is long-course season meaning the pool is configured for 50 meters, the same distance used for Olympic swimming. Sixteen swim clubs and 686 total swimmers competed. CAC had 33 swimmers in the water for the weekend. Top CAC... 

MB’s Shifflett-Holmes wins Run Sunset Beach 5K race

Myrtle Beach resident Tiffany Shifflett-Holmes went north of the border to bring home some serious hardware in Saturday’s Run Sunset Beach (NC) road races. Shifflett-Holmes covered the 5K oceanfront course in 29:34, good for eighth place overall and first place in the women’s division. The 31-year-old broke the tape more than 2 minutes before the next woman crossed the finish line. Surfside... 

BUFC Legends, Storm cap seasons with Seaside titles

The Beach United Football Club Legends swept their way to the Under-11 Boys Grey Division championship of the Seaside Soccer Classic over the weekend in Wilmington, NC. The Legends gave up one goal in their first game for a 5-1 win and didn’t allow another score en route to the championship. They won 8-0, 5-0, and then 7-0 over the CASL Hornets in the final. The BUFC Storm U-10 Boys won all three... 

Mutiny rallies past Discovery in NPSL season opener

The Myrtle Beach Mutiny opened the 2015 NPSL season in thrilling fashion Saturday night with a 4-3 comeback victory over the FC Carolina Discovery in Rock Hill. Trailing 2-1 at halftime, the Mutiny tied it up in the opening seconds of the second half. They later erased a 3-2 deficit with back-to-back goals to end the match. The Mutiny (1-0) returns to action Tuesday, May 26, with another road game... 

Coast FA, Beach United FC claim honors at State Cup

The Grand Strand’s youth soccer clubs were well represented at the Publix Academy Cup, Kohl’s American Cup, and State Open and Recreation Cup tournaments over the weekend in Sumter, Greenville and Lexington. Coast FA¬† captured six state titles and one finalist trophy. The Crush Too 00 Girls lived up to its No. 1 seed by capturing the final of the Under-14 division 2-0 over LCGSA. The state... 

SAVL tourney attracts more than 100 teams to Strand

The Southeast Alliance Volleyball League Power Championships will take place at the Myrtle Beach Sports Center on Saturday and Sunday. More than 100 teams from throughout the Southeast are coming to town bringing an estimated 3,500 people to the area. “This is our highest level teams in the 13-18U divisions. Many of these players will go on to play in College and we expect the college coaches... 

Coast Spring Classic hosts record numbers on Strand

The Seventh Annual McDonald’s Coast Spring Classic, the largest soccer tournament in South Carolina, was hosted by Coast FA Youth Soccer Club over the weekend at fields throughout Horry County. With competition held at Grand Park Athletic Complex, Michael Nash Fields, Doug Shaw Memorial Stadium and Ashley Booth Field in Myrtle Beach; the North Myrtle Beach Park & Sports Complex in North... 

MB’s Pepp, Diego lead local pack at Boston Marathon

Frank Pepp of Myrtle Beach led a strong local contingent to the finish line in Monday’s Boston Marathon. Pepp completed the famed 26.2-mile course through downtown Boston in 2:48:35, placing him 781st overall amid the field of more than 30,000. Diego Sosa of Myrtle Beach turned in a time of 3:04:45 to finish in 3,533rd place overall. Other Myrtle Beach finishers include James Carter (3:22:22),... 
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