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Golson postpones decision pending more school visits

Is Myrtle Beach product Everett Golson calling an audible, or is it a simple case of delay of game? One day after the former Notre Dame quarterback graduated Sunday, he postponed announcing Monday where he would transfer. Because he has earned his undergraduate degree, he will be eligible to play his final season this fall as a graduate transfer. Multiple media outlets expected Golson to announce he... 

Alston lifts Sharks to banner day in state track and field

St. James sophomore Alexus Alston earned all-state honors in four different events to lead the local pack at the Class 3A state track and field championships at Spring Valley High. Alston captured fourth place in the Triple Jump (34-11.5), set a personal best in the 400 meter hurdles for fifth place (1:08.59), and took seventh place in both the 100 meter dash and hurdles. After a quick mix up on the... 

St. James falls victim to late flurry by AC Flora in 3A final

One minute, the St. James High boys soccer team seemed ready to capture its first-ever Class 3A state championship. Thirty-five minutes later, the Sharks had to settle for their inaugural state title game appearance. AC Flora scored five unanswered goals in the second half to claim a 5-1 victory over St. James on Saturday at River Bluff High. In a turn of fate, it was a win by that same score over... 

Mutiny rallies past Discovery in NPSL season opener

The Myrtle Beach Mutiny opened the 2015 NPSL season in thrilling fashion Saturday night with a 4-3 comeback victory over the FC Carolina Discovery in Rock Hill. Trailing 2-1 at halftime, the Mutiny tied it up in the opening seconds of the second half. They later erased a 3-2 deficit with back-to-back goals to end the match. The Mutiny (1-0) returns to action Tuesday, May 26, with another road game... 

Chants finally get over hump vs. Camels to net No. 2 seed

Michael Paez drove in four runs to lead #25 Coastal Carolina to an 11-3 victory at Campbell in the teams’ 2015 regular-season finale. The Chanticleers (35-18, 17-7) will be the second seed at next week’s Big South Championship, played at Gardner-Webb, and face eighth seed Charleston Southern (23-28, 10-14) on Tuesday (May 19) at 9:30 am. The Camels (31-23, 12-12) are the sixth seed. Also,... 

Carolina Forest runs out of magic in Lower State final

The Carolina Forest High baseball team’s impressive run in the Class 4A playoffs came to an end Friday night with a 2-0 loss at Wando in the final game of the Lower State tournament. The Panthers (21-11) got another outstanding pitching performance to give themselves a chance. Andrew Brong pitched a complete-game three-hitter but couldn’t get enough offensive support to earn the win. Wando’s... 

Report: Golson to graduate Sunday, pick FSU Monday

Myrtle Beach native Everett Golson has a busy but exciting weekend ahead, including a 24-hour period in which he will close one chapter of his college career and open the book on another. Golson will graduate from Notre Dame on Sunday and is expected to announce his decision on a new school on Monday, according to a report in the Palm Beach Post. Golson has one season of eligibility left to play as... 

Chants fall to Camels again, try to avoid sweep in finale

Nick Thayer did  not allow a hit through five innings and three Camel pitchers combined to surrender four hits on the day as Campbell claimed a 5-2 victory over #25 Coastal Carolina Friday at Jim Perry Stadium. The Camels (31-22, 12-11) and Chanticleers (34-18, 16-7) will conclude the regular season on Saturday with first pitch set for 4:30 pm. The game will be televised on American Sports Network. Thayer... 

CCU’s Dorn, Wheeler slide but still alive for NCAA bid

Coastal Carolina seniors Andrew Dorn and Ben Wheeler completed their second round at the 2015 NCAA Chapel Hill Golf Regional played at UNC’s Finley Golf Course (par 72, 7,242 yards). Dorn is tied for 39th and Wheeler is tied for 54th. The NCAA Regional will conclude with 18 final holes on Saturday. The top 13 teams plus the top 10 individuals not attached to one of thoe teams advance to the NCAA... 

MB’s Arnold makes verbal commitment to Monarchs

Myrtle Beach High quarterback Drayton Arnold has verbally committed to play at Old Dominion University, the rising senior announced Thursday. Following a recent visit, the dual-threat quarterback selected the Monarchs, who are transitioning to the Football Bowl Division in 2015. Old Dominion will be eligible for a bowl game this season and is joining Conference USA. Arnold, a 6-foot, 182-pound rising... 
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