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Coastal stays alive, forces deciding game with Frogs

The never-say-die Coastal Carolina baseball team did it again Friday night, knocking off TCU bu a 4-1 score to force a deciding game for a berth in the College World Series championship round. Getting a second straight complete-game performance from starting pitcher Andrew Beckwith, the Chanticleers (52-17) avenged an early loss to the Horned Frogs to stave off elimination for the second consecutive... 

Burks delivers hit in clutch to rally Pelicans past ‘Cats

Charcer Burks delivered a go-ahead double in the eighth inning to earn the Myrtle Beach Pelicans their first win of the second half, defeating the Carolina Mudcats 4-3 Friday at TicketReturn.com Field at Pelicans Ballpark. Tied at three in the bottom of the eighth, David Bote pinch-hit with one out and came through with a single up the middle. Burks followed by crushing a double to the wall in... 

Chants battle to Final Four, earn second shot at Frogs

Facing elimination and the end of the 2016 season, Coastal Carolina claimed a 7-5 victory over #5 national seed Texas Tech Thursday night at TD Ameritrade Park Omaha to advance and be among the final four teams at the NCAA College World Series. Coastal will now have a rematch with TCU Friday (TCU beat CCU in the second round on Tuesday) and will have to beat the Horned Frogs twice in order to advance... 

Athlete of the Week: Cantor shredding national comps

Traveling the world and surfing is a dream most teenage surfers have at one point, but for Murrells Inlet’s Micha Cantor, that dream is simply a reality. The Mammy’s Kitchen Athlete of the Week officially received his nomination for winning the pro division of the surfing portion of the Salt Games in Myrtle Beach. With the Salt Games win, the 15 year old added to his resume and his bank account. It’s... 

Mutiny gives home crowd thrilling finish in 2-1 victory

Home sweet home was even sweeter for the Myrtle Beach Mutiny on Tuesday night, which celebrated its return from a five-game road trip with a 2-1 victory over the visiting Carolina RailHawks. Playing at Ashley Booth Stadium for the first time in nearly a month, the Mutiny gave the home crowd a dramatic finish. Tied at 1-all for the entire second half, Myrtle Beach got a game-winning goal from captain... 

Wave makes big splash at Palmetto Lacrosse Classic

The Grand Strand-based Wave Lacrosse Club traveled to Charleston over the weekend to compete in the Palmetto Lax Classic. All five of the Wave’s teams participated in the tourney, including the first high school girl team from the Grand Strand region. The Wave high school boys varsity team fell one goal short of achieving back-to-back championships at this Bitter Lacrosse tournament. The... 

Chants follow historic win with special hospital visit

The Coastal Carolina baseball team, fresh off its win over #1 Florida Sunday night, took time Monday morning to visit the Nebraska Medical Center and its pediatric patients. “This was a great experience today,” said senior Anthony Marks. “This opportunity really means a lot to everybody on this team. I’m pretty sure they enjoyed it, but I think we may have enjoyed it a little more. To see... 

Johnson completes major breakthrough at US Open

It took more than a decade and several painfully close calls, but the long wait is finally over for “major winner” Dustin Johnson. The Coastal Carolina product and former Myrtle Beach resident fired a round of 69 in Sunday’s final round of the 116th US Open at Oakmont (PA) Country Club to finish at 4-under par for the tournament – good for a three-stroke win over a trio... 

Chants, Beckwith take bite out of Gators in CWS debut

Andrew Beckwith’s first career complete game came on the college baseballs biggest stage as he led Coastal Carolina to a 2-1 victory over #1 Florida (52-15) in the Chanticleers’ first ever game at the College World Series Sunday night at TD Ameritrade Park Omaha. The Chanticleers (50-16) will now play TCU, who defeated Texas Tech (5-3) in the early game Sunday. CCU and the Horn Frogs are set... 

Mutiny wrap up five-game road trip with shutout win

The Myrtle Beach Mutiny wrapped up a grueling five-game road trip in winning fashion Saturday night, shutting out the FC Discoveries 3-0 in Rock Hill. Myrtle Beach’s Lewis Osbourne put the Mutiny on the scoreboard first late in the first half, and Jon Ander quickly followed with a goal of his own to give Myrtle Beach a 2-0 halftime lead. Aksel Juul added a late goal to clinch the win. The... 
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