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Two Coast FA teams make finals at Charleston tourney

Two Coast FA girls soccer teams advanced to the finals in their respective age divisions at the Charleston Shootout over the weekend. Coach Mark Sanchez’s Coast 98 Flames needed a perfect weekend to win the championship but came up just short. The Flames reeled off three consecutive wins but dropped a 4-1 decision in the championship match to claim runner-up honors in the U-19 top division. The... 

Dion, Nunn go the distance in BFF Double Bling events

Ryan Dion of Myrtle Beach and Molly Nunn of Winston-Salem ran a combined 15K (9.3 miles) to win their respective gender divisions at Saturday’s BFF Pink Ribbon Double Bling Challenge at Barefoot Resort in North Myrtle Beach. Offering both 5K and 10K races, Dion and Nunn went the distance in both events to claim the “double bling” men’s and women’s titles. The event... 

Beach United, Coast FA roll to titles at Rock Hill Classic

The Grand Strand-based Beach United Football Club and Coast FA brought home some hardware from the Upstate over the weekend at the Discoveries Rock Hill Classic. BUFC’s 02 PridePuma won a three-way tiebreaker over a pair of host teams to capture the championship of the Rock Hill Classic over the weekend. Playing in the Gold Division of the Under-15 Girls bracket, the PridePuma went 3-1-0,... 

Coast FA, Beach United kick off fall soccer season

Coast FA brought home five championships and one finalist showing over the weekend at the Triangle United Fall Classic in Chapel Hill, N.C. “Our teams battled both intense heat and terrific competition in the first event of the fall slate. This tournament is a great way to prepare our kids for the coming season. Bringing home five championships from a tournament this size is a nice accomplishment,”... 

Morgan, McWhorter make Select Camp for Riptides

In between winning events for their respective high school teams, a pair of local swimmers have also been making some waves for their club team, the Myrtle Beach-based Riptides Racing Team. Ian Morgan, who swims for Myrtle Beach High, and Peyton McWhorter, a standout at Carolina Forest High, recently qualified for the 2016 South Carolina Age Group Select Camp in Rock Hill on Sept. 16-17. Morgan... 

Athletes of the Week: Boys of summer make memories

Mammy’s Kitchen Athletes of the Week Will Jackson, Kellan McDowell and their Myrtle Beach All-Star teammates didn’t get much free time over the summer break. But after representing the state of South Carolina in the Dixie Youth Majors World Series, they definitely had the best “What I did during my summer vacation” essays when they returned to school last week. The Myrtle... 

Strand youth running club ready for cross country

The Grand Strand Area Youth Track and Running Club’s cross country season begins Monday, Sept. 12, at Doug Shaw Memorial Stadium in Myrtle Beach. The club is open to boys and girls in three age divisions: 8 and under, 9-12, and 13-18 after the end of the high school cross country season). All interest athletes living in the coastal areas from Georgetown to Little River, SC, as well as the... 

MB team’s historic run ends at Dixie Youth World Series

The Myrtle Beach All-Stars’ miracle season finally came to an end Tuesday night in the Dixie Youth Majors World Series in Laurel, MS, but only after making some local history. After winning the Dixie Youth district and state titles, the team became the first squad from Myrtle Beach to represent South Carolina in the Dixie Youth World Series in more than 60 years. The run ended Monday in a... 

MB All-Stars suffer first loss at Dixie Youth World Series

The Myrtle Beach All-Stars suffered their first loss in more than three weeks Sunday at the Dixie Youth Majors World Series in Laurel, MS. After sweeping their way to the Dixie Youth state tournament to represent South Carolina in the double-elimination tournament, Myrtle Beach ran into a red-hot Alabama team in the second round. Alabama exploded for seven runs in the bottom of the fifth inning... 

MB All-Stars win debut at Dixie Youth World Series

Representing the state of South Carolina, the Myrtle Beach All-Stars picked up where they left off by winning their opening game of the Dixie Youth Majors World Series in Laurel, MS. Led by Will Jackson’s stellar performance on the mound, great defense in the field, and timely hitting at the plate, the South Carolina Majors opened with a 3-1 victory over Tennessee on Saturday. Joey Rybicki... 
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