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Socastee storms St. James in Battle of Highway 707

Socastee got a big night on the ground from running back Edward Tucker and two defensive touchdowns to knock off St. James in the Battle of Highway 707 on Friday night at the Shark Tank. Clinging to a 21-14 lead in the fourth quarter, the Braves (2-3) got a 30-yard touchdown run from Tucker and a long pick-6 from Aeneas Green to put the finishing touches on the win over their closest geographic... 

Panthers turn in complete team victory against Loris

Carolina Forest had to wait more than one month before playing its home opener at the Black Hole, but the Panthers made an impressive debut Friday night with an overall team effort in a 21-0 victory over Loris. How complete was the Panthers’ win? Their three touchdowns came via offense, defense and special teams as Carolina Forest improved to 4-1 on the season. The shutout was the Panthers’... 

NMB tops Camden to set up showdown with Seahawks

North Myrtle Beach survived a long road trip and an early deficit to knock off Camden 34-13 and remain undefeated on the season, but now the big challenge comes next week against also-unbeaten Myrtle Beach. The Chiefs (6-0) set up a showdown with rival Myrtle Beach (6-0) next week in a region opener that could also decide the 7-4A title. But before North Myrtle Beach could put itself in that position,... 

Athlete of the Week: Davis gives MB added dimension

Forget about 3D. The best way to describe this week’s multi-dimensional Mammy’s Kitchen Athlete of the Week Gracie Davis is 4D – as in dedication, driven, determination and developing her game. Her dedication to her teammates – both Myrtle Beach High and the Grand Strand Juniors pushed her teams to multiple wins and titles over the last few seasons. As an eight-grader in... 

Friday Night Lights: There’s no place like the Black Hole

(Editor’s Note: Matt Beale plays quarterback for the Carolina Forest High football team. He shares his experiences in the first of a series of essays about high school football.) There‚Äôs nothing better than a high school football Friday. Every Friday night is a great time – the anticipation of the game, those pre-game butterflies, seeing the large crowds and students you know fill... 

Carolina Forest overcomes Conway, North Myrtle Beach

The Carolina Forest girls golf team overcame soggy conditions and two local teams on Thursday, easily winning a tri-meet over Conway and North Myrtle Beach at Eagles Nest Golf Course. Carolina Forest’s Sami Spencer and Jacki Brown tied for medalist honors today with a pair of 41s, and teammates Niki Roberson (42) and Jade Prince (47) had solid rounds for a balanced score of 171 for the Lady... 

Carolina Forest knocks off Chiefs, Tigers by 6-1 scores

The Carolina Forest High girls tennis team bounced back from a loss the previous day to score a 6-1 victory over visiting North Myrtle Beach on Wednesday. After being swept by region foe Socastee on Tuesday, the Lady Panthers responded by beating another intra-county opponent in a non-region contest with the Lady Chiefs. North Myrtle Beach was coming off a win over visiting Wilson. Carolina Forest... 

MB tunes up for tourney by sweeping Marlboro County

The Myrtle Beach High volleyball team turned in an impressive tuneup before playing in a major tournament this weekend by shutting out visiting Marlboro County 3-0. The Lady Seahawks improved to 15-1-1 overall and 3-0 in Region 7-4A play by sweeping the Lady Bulldogs 25-6, 25-7, and 25-16. Myrtle Beach’s Sammy Shavitz led the Lady Seahawks with eight aces and Shirrie Shamah added six kills. The... 

Week 5 Previews & Picks: Rivalry time for local teams

The Battle for the Victory Bell has been a close rivalry in recent years, and that appears to be the case again Friday night when No. 2-ranked Myrtle Beach travels to The Backyard to take on Conway. The Class 5A Tigers (2-2) had a bye week to prepare for the Seahawks (5-0), who pulled out a 24-21 win over Carolina Forest last week. If recent history holds up in this year’s installment, expect... 

Panthers top Tigers to stay perfect in Region 6-5A play

The Carolina Forest High volleyball team ran their perfect region record to 5-0 with a 3-1 road victory over rival Conway on Wednesday. Coming off a 3-0 sweep over their other intra-county region foe Socastee on Tuesday, the Lady Panthers (11-1 overall, 5-0 Region 6-5A) cruised to a 25-12 win in the opening set before the Lady Tigers rallied to take the second set 25-23. Carolina Forest mashed... 
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