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Coast FA returns from NC with handful of hardware

Five Coast FA select teams returned to the Grand Strand with trophies in hand from the fall season’s initial tournament weekend. Six Coast teams enjoyed the cool mountain temperatures in Asheville (NC) with two teams receiving awards. Ten Coast teams spent the weekend in Chapel Hill (NC) with three walking the podium. Coach Joel Banta led both the Coast 99 Red and Coast 02 Red to the championship... 

State soccer trio selected for roles on national team

Three local youth soccer players recently capped their summers with a trip to Kansas to showcase their soccer skills at the U.S. Youth National Futsal ID trials. Ten Oaks sixth-grader JJ Chaddick and Lowcountry products Tommy Jenkins, and Deshaun Mitchell traveled to Kansas this summer after attending the combined North and South Carolina Regional ID trials at the Elite Futsal of Charleston facility... 

Most colorful race in town strikes shade of patriotism

TicketReturn.Com Field at Pelicans Ballpark will host the second annual ColorBurst 5K, producers of colorful running events across America, on Saturday at 9 a.m. The family-friendly 5K fun run, presented by Tidelands Health, will take place prior to the Pelicans’ home game against the Carolina Mudcats. Runners are encouraged to wear white for this year’s patriotic red, white and blue... 

Riptides Racing sends five swimmers to state meet

The SC State Long Course Championship was held July 20-23, in Columbia. The four day meet was cut short due to inclement weather on Sunday night, so final results for Sunday were based on preliminary swims that morning. Riptides Racing qualified five swimmers Connor Churchill, Jake Flaherty, Mason Kinmartin, Hannah McDonough and Peyton McWhorter to the state competition. Coach Mary Churchill stated... 

O’Dell leads way for 7 CAC swimmers to state podium

South Carolina Swimming welcomed swimmers from 27 Swim Clubs to its annual Long Course Championship meet this weekend at the Carolina Natatorium on the campus of the University of South Carolina. Coastal Aquatic Club (CAC) had 27 qualifiers, and 19 swimmers competed in the meet. Swimmers age 10-and-under used the timed-finals format during the afternoon session. Older swimmers (ages 11 and up)... 

Mutiny’s magical year ends with first-round playoff loss

The Myrtle Beach Mutiny picked a bad time to snap their 10-game undefeated streak, falling 2-0 to the Long Island (NY) Rough Riders in the first round of the PDL’s Eastern Conference semifinals on Saturday in Statesboro, GA. The Mutiny, who won the South Atlantic division championship in their inaugural year in the league, were shut out for the first time all season to finish with a 10-2-3... 

Athlete of the Week: Uzo finds second home in MB

Myrtle Beach Mutiny striker Toby Uzo came to the Grand Strand from his hometown of Houston in 2015 hoping to find a path to the next level of soccer. It turns out he also found a second home and a second family to help him pursue his dream. “I came here my last year of college because Coastal Carolina is a very good program,” said Uzo, who was voted the Mammy’s Kitchen Athlete... 

Mutiny set for PDL Eastern Conference Championship

The Myrtle Beach Mutiny will carry a 10-game undefeated streak into the 2017 PDL Eastern Conference Championship this weekend in Statesboro, GA. The Mutiny (10-1-3), whose only loss this season came back on June 3, will join the Eastern Conference’s Final Four at Erik Russell Park on the campus of Georgia Southern University, with only one team advancing from the two-day tournament. The Mutiny... 

Athlete of Week: Clinton makes big splash in pool

Like many kids his age, Harrison Clinton has spent a lot of time in the pool this summer. But unlike many of those teenagers who have been enjoying their leisure time, Clinton has been putting in hard work, and it’s starting to pay off. The 14-year-old swimmer has been raking in the awards as a member of the Coastal Aquatic Club, including first-place finishes in six of eight events at last... 

Mutiny put finishing touch on near-perfect campaign

The Myrtle Beach Mutiny turned in a perfect ending to a near-perfect season on Tuesday night, shutting out North Carolina FC 3-0 on the road to extend their undefeated streak to 10 games in a row. Myrtle Beach goaltender Erich Marscheider posted the shutout and Toby Uzo scored his PDL-leading 13th goal of the season to help the Mutiny close the regular season with a 10-1-3 record. The Mutiny used... 
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