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CCU’s Nelson, relay team take fourth at Penn Relays

The Coastal Carolina track and field program capped off the three-day weekend at the Penn Relays with a pair of top-five finishes as well as an appearance in the men’s 4×200 Championship of America Invitational. Senior jumper Reggie Nelson earned the Chanticleers’ first medal of the day and fourth of the weekend with a mark of 2.12 meters (6’11.5”), good for a fourth-place finish. At last... 

Lady Chants make history with doubleheader sweep

Morgan Noad hit two home runs to break the Coastal Carolina single-season home run record and spark the Chanticleers to an epic 9-8 comeback victory in eight innings Saturday evening that finished off a doubleheader sweep of Presbyterian. After taking the first game 4-0, the Chanticleers trailed 8-0 in the nightcap before Noad capped a six-run fifth inning with a grand slam and tied it up with a solo... 

Baseball: MB clinches first region crown in six years

For the first time in six years, the Myrtle Beach High baseball team can celebrate a region championship. Facing a wild tiebreaker scenario with a loss, the Seahawks (13-9 overall, 8-2 Region 7-3A) instead took care of business at home by beating the rival Chiefs 10-2 and wrapping up the Region 7-3A regular-season championship. It wasn’t pretty as the two teams combined for as many errors as... 

Softball: Chiefs, Sharks win; Panthers rally past Tigers

The North Myrtle Beach High girls softball team wrapped up the regular season with a convincing victory over rival Myrtle Beach on Friday. With both team playoff-bound, the Lady Chiefs used the road game as a strong tune-up for the postseason by scoring a 17-0 mercy-rule win. North Myrtle Beach’s Alexis McCormick led the Lady Chiefs’ 18-hit explosion by going 4-for-4 with five RBIs. Julia... 

Seahawks beat NMB, set up key showdown with Sharks

The Myrtle Beach High boys soccer team set up a key region showdown next week against first-place St. James by defeating visiting North Myrtle Beach 4-1 on Friday. The Seahawks (14-4-1 overall, 7-1 Region 7-3A) stayed one game back of the Sharks, who are undefeated in league play and won the first region matchup with Myrtle Beach in double overtime. The two teams will meet Monday at Doug Shaw Memorial... 

No. 24 Coastal blasts past Blue Hose in series opener

Casey Schroeder, a three-run shot in the seventh inning, and David Parrett, a two-run blast in the ninth, each hit their 10th home runs of the season to lead #24 Coastal Carolina to an 8-6 victory at Presbyterian College Friday afternoon. The Chanticleers (28-13, 12-4 Big South) overcame three errors that led to four unearned runs to rally past the Blue Hose (23-19, 4-12). Schroeder and Parrett each... 

Pine Lakes among 12 golf clubs sold to Chinese group

A Chinese investment group more than doubled the number of Grand Strand golf courses it owns in a deal announced Thursday with National Golf Management. Founders Group International has acquired a majority interest in locally-based NGM’s assets, giving FGI a vested interest in 22 courses in Myrtle Beach area. Among the most recognizable names of courses involved in the transaction is Pine Lakes... 

Girls soccer: Seahawks net fourth consecutive shutout

The Myrtle Beach High girls soccer team recorded its fourth consecutive shutout Thursday night with a 3-0 victory over visiting rival North Myrtle Beach. The Lady Seahawks (14-4-3 overall, 9-0 Region 7-3A) took another step closer to running the table in the region. They have already clinched the regular season title and can go a perfect 10-0 with a win at North Myrtle Beach next Thursday. Myrtle Beach... 

Baseball: Chiefs end playoff skid; Braves lose to Wave

For the first time in North Myrtle Beach senior pitcher Kyle Cooper’s varsity career, the Chiefs are going to the playoffs. Cooper had a big hand and a strong arm in the milestone moment, pitching the Chiefs to a 7-3 victory over visiting Georgetown on Thursday. Cooper struck out 10 Bulldogs batters and scattered eight hits over seven innings to put the Chiefs in the playoffs for the first time... 

Softball: NMB loses title tilt; St. James blasts Socastee

The North Myrtle Beach High girls softball team’s hopes of winning the Region 7-3A title were knocked out Thursday by a 1-2 punch from Georgetown in the fifth inning of an otherwise scoreless ballgame. Georgetown defeated the Lady Chiefs 3-0 behind a pair of home runs by Taylor Graham and Kirsten Causey. With the game still scoreless through four innings, the Lady Bulldogs used a pair of blasts... 
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