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Seahawks roll past Chiefs to win battle of unbeatens

Both teams came in with perfect 6-0 records, but one team was far from perfect in the showdown between No. 7 North Myrtle Beach and No. 2 Myrtle Beach on Friday night at a sold-out Doug Shaw Memorial Stadium. The Chiefs (6-1 overall, 0-1 region) lost four fumbles and the Seahawks (7-0, 1-0) took full advantage to score a 43-23 victory over their visiting Region 7-4A rival. Myrtle Beach used several... 

Carolina Forest runs over Socastee in region opener

The Carolina Forest High football team has finally found a way to replace injured star running back Dyverse Simmons – by committee. The Panthers had four different running back score rushing touchdowns Friday night to defeat host Socastee 35-14 in the Region 6-5A opener for both teams. After struggling offensively since losing Simmons in Week 2, Carolina Forest (5-1 overall, 1-0 region) wasted... 

Football: Tigers rip Knights; Bulldogs rally past Sharks

The Conway High football team got its offense back in gear after being stuck in the mud in back-to-back defeats, snapping the skid with an impressive 48-14 victory over host West Florence. In the Region 6-5A opener for both teams, the Tigers (3-3 overall, 1-0 region) got three touchdown passes in the first half, three rushing touchdowns by Deandre Huggins in the second half, and a pair of field... 

Athlete of Week: Mendoza piles up miles for Socastee

There’s a scene from the movie “Forrest Gump” that perfectly describes this week’s Mammy’s Kitchen Athlete of the Week. After Gump takes off across the country, someone asks him why? His answer: “I just felt like running.” Socastee senior Keahi Mendoza not only feels like running to help lead the Braves cross country team, but to set a high standard for himself and his teammates.... 

Volleyball: Lady Chiefs dig deep, fend off Lady Sharks

After allowing Myrtle Beach to rally for a win in a first-place showdown on Tuesday, the North Myrtle Beach volleyball team almost fell victim to a strong comeback bid by host St. James on Thursday. After winning the first two sets, the Lady Chiefs appeared to be in their way to an easy sweep. But the Lady Sharks picked up their defense and dug themselves out of the hole to win the next two sets... 

Socastee wins back-to-back road matches vs. MB, NMB

The Socastee High girls golf team scored back-to-back road victories over region rivals Myrtle Beach and North Myrtle Beach this week to improve to 9-3 overall on the season. On Wednesday, the Lady Braves edged Myrtle Beach by two strokes, 193-195, at the Dunes Golf & Beach Club. Lawson Devers earned medalist honors with a 44, followed by Alis Berindea (45), Mia (50) and Joey Kirkman (54). Onm... 

Lady Seahawks claim 10th victory over five-day span

The Myrtle Beach High girls volleyball team won its 10th match over a span of five days by defeating Oceanside Academy 3-0 on Wednesday. Coming off a tournament title at Saturday’s Lady Wildcat Invitational and a pair of region wins to start the week, the Lady Seahawks (25-1-1) put in even more overtime by hosting the Lady Landsharks out of Mt. Pleasant. Myrtle Beach won by scores of 25-15,... 

Sharks tune up for tourney with win over Waccamaw

The St. James girls golf team turned in a nice tune-up for this weekend’s Fort Dorchester tournament with a solid road win over Waccamaw on Wednesday. The Lady Sharks shot a team total of 177 to down the Lady Warriors (232) on their home course at the challenging Pawleys Plantation layout in Pawleys Island. The Lady Sharks were once again led by sophomore Smith Knaffle, who earned medalist... 

Chanticleers score shutout over College of Charleston

Coastal Carolina got an early goal from Frantzdy Pierrot and a second-half goal by Martin Melchor to lead the Chanticleers to a 2-0 victory at College of Charleston Wednesday evening at Patriots Point. Braulio Linares-Ortiz, the reigning Sun Belt Defensive Player of the Week, recorded three saves on seven Cougar shots to record his third shutout of the season. The first half was a back-and-forth,... 

NMB alumnus Quigley inks deal with Arizona Cardinals

Former North Myrtle Beach High standout Ryan Quigley is back in the NFL after signing with the Arizona Cardinals on Wednesday. The Cardinals brought in Quigley to replace regular punter Drew Butler, who is recovering from an ankle and Achilles injury. Quigley punted the past three seasons with the New York Jets and appeared in 45 games, averaging 45.1 yards, with 71 punts landing inside the 20-yard... 
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