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Beach United Mundial win Open Cup championship

The Beach United Football Club’s Mundial captured a state championship at the Dec. 3-4 Publix Open Cup in Columbia, going 3-1 over the weekend to take the U-19 Boys title. The BUFC Mundial won their matches by scores of 4-0, 1-0, 4-1 and lost their lone match 1-0. They earned the points-differential tiebreaker to finish atop the five-team pool. Two other BUFC squads were involved in State... 

Young, old show the way at RiverTown Reindeer Run 5K

Only a little over a minute separated the men’s and women’s winners of Saturday’s RiverTown Reindeer 5K in downtown Conway, but the age difference was 38 years. Conway resident and 53-year-old Dwayne Carter won the overall event with a time of 18:39, while 15-year-old Wilson Jenerette of North Myrtle Beach was first among the female runners with a time of 20 minutes flat. In a... 

Athlete of the Week: Tario earns East Coast surf title

The East Coast Adaptive Surfing Championship trophy was so heavy that when our Athlete of the Week hoisted it above her head in classic celebration style, she flipped her wheelchair backwards, landing in the sand, laughing. Veronica Tario, known as “Roni” to her friends, was crowned the very first East Coast champion, of the adaptive surfing division, at the Atlantic Surfing Federation’s... 

MB Mutiny elevates status by joining PDL expansion

The Myrtle Beach Mutiny become the third expansion club based in the Carolinas to join the Premier Development League ahead of the 2017 season. Founded in 2011 and owned by Coastal Futbol Alliance, the Mutiny join the league alongside Tobacco Road FC and Wilmington Hammerheads FC, who have both been announced as expansion franchises. “The PDL strives to add the highest performers both on and... 

Strand runners represent at Surfside Beach Turkey Trot

Local runners more than held their own against a field of nearly 1,000 runners from all over the country in the Seventh Annual Surfside Rotary Turkey Trot 5K/10K on Thursday. Myrtle Beach residents swept the top three spots in the Turkey Trot 10K, with Jonathan Kinsey breaking the tape in a time of 36 minutes, 30 seconds. Gage Hicks (37:20) and Ryan Caputo (37:53) followed him home to complete... 

CAC swimmers enjoy feast at Thanksgiving Invite Meet

Palmetto Aquatics (PALM) hosted the 2016 Thanksgiving Invite Meet on the campus of the University of South Carolina this past weekend.   Over 800 swimmers from 25 swim clubs from North Carolina, South Carolina, and Georgia participated, including 17 swimmers from the Coastal Aquatic Club (CAC). Harrison Clinton had a break-out meet for CAC, winning both the 100 and 200-yard Breaststroke competitions. ... 

BUFC’s Lions, Crush claim titles at James Island Cup

Beach United Football Club claimed a pair of championships at the James Island Cup over the weekend and several other squad made runner-up showings at the soccer tournament. The BUFC Lions went undefeated to claim the championship of the U-9 Boys White Division, sweeping their three matches in pool play and shutting out the Cainhoy Havoc 1-0 in the final. The BUFC Crush also went undefeated on... 

Riptides post personal-best times at competitive meet

Riptides Racing sent a squad of 17 swimmers to Hillsborough, N.C. over the weekend to compete in the 2016 WAVE Quad Splash. This is one of the toughest meets of the Short Course season, but Riptides swimmers stepped up to exceed expectations. Leading the squad with eight out of 10 personal-best times were Ian Morgan and Ireland Rose. Morgan added an Age Group Sectional cut in the 100 fly and broke... 

BUFC’s Pride Puma, Flash win out-of-state tourneys

Despite playing up one age division, the Beach United Football Club’s Pride Puma came up big to capture the championship of the Under Armour Cup’s Under 15/16 Silver Division in Charlotte over the weekend. The U-15 Pride Puma avenged a 1-0 loss in Saturday’s pool play to the U-16 CMSC Green, winning their way into the final and knocking off the CMSC Green 3-1 in the championship... 

Coast FA takes four crowns at Greensboro tournament

Four Coast FA teams returned home after capturing top honors over the weekend at the Adidas Clash in Greensboro, N.C., and a fifth team lost a heartbreaker in penalty kicks to finish as finalists. Nearly 250 teams from the Southeast battled freezing temperatures and bitter winds at Bryan Park. The Coast 01g Girls, coached by R.J. Bass, put on an absolute clinic all weekend, posting four consecutive... 
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