Home » Featured

Softball Playoffs: Conway survives; Socastee ousted

The Conway High softball team staved off elimination in thrilling fashion with a 9-8 victory over Cane Bay on Saturday in the Class 4A playoffs. Neci Hemingway allowed only five hits and struck out six batters, but the Lady Tigers (10-10) uncharacteristically committed 10 errors to aid the Lady Cobras. The Lady Tigers made up for it on offense, led by Ashley Rowell’s 3-for-3 performance (double,... 

MB’s Gordon named girls region player of the year

Myrtle Beach High sophomore Tristan Gordon was named the Player of the Year and Blair Mueller was named Coach of the Year in the All-Region 7-3A Girls Soccer awards. The Lady Seahawks, who earned the region championship and are currently ranked No. 4 in the state, claimed seven spots on the first team, while runner-up North Myrtle Beach took four first-team positions. St. James’ Haley Brandon... 

NMB product Hemingway selected in NFL Draft

With the second pick of the sixth round of the NFL Draft, the Los Angeles Rams chose North Myrtle Beach High School product Temarrick Hemingway today. A 2011 graduate of NMBHS, Hemingway spent the past four years playing tight end for South Carolina State in Orangeburg. He was at home in Orangeburg earlier today when he received the call from the Rams, “They called me and told me, and I started... 

Coastal’s Ross, Blanks get invites to NFL minicamps

Alex Ross, the most productive player in both Coastal Carolina and Big South Conference history, has latched on with the Atlanta Falcons and will be participating in the team’s minicamp. Ross, who graduated cum laude from Coastal Carolina in 2014 with a degree in management, was one of 25 players named to the 2015 American Football Coaches Association All-American team, was named 2015 second... 

Baseball Playoffs: Sharks, Chiefs win district debuts

The top-seeded St. James High baseball team took the first step toward winning the Class 3A District 7 tournament on Friday by defeating visiting Lakewood 3-1. The Sharks (18-7) broke open a scoreless tie in the third on an RBI by Liam Bloom, and Jordan Fields drove in the eventual game-winners in the fourth for a 3-0 lead. St. James starter Anthony Beck did the rest, scattering six hits over seven... 

Softball Playoffs: NMB rolls; St. James falls in openers

The second-seeded North Myrtle Beach High softball team showed some serious firepower in winning Friday’s Class 3A District 8 tournament opener over visiting Manning, 11-1. Sisters Serrah and Emmalee Ballard got the Lady Chiefs’ offense rolling by driving in their first two runs, and Serrah Ballard made sure it was enough as she shut down Lady Monarchs. The Lady Chiefs erupted for nine... 

Coastal’s Lewis III charged with criminal sexual assault

Coastal Carolina University sophomore football player Ray Lewis III, the son of former Baltimore Ravens great Ray Lewis Jr.,  has been charged with third degree criminal sexual conduct for an incident that occurred at an apartment near campus is January. According to Conway Police Department reports, two females claim they were sexually assaulted by Lewis III in January. After an investigation... 

Georgia Tech’s grand slam wrecks Coastal in opener

Brandt Stallings blew open a tight game with a grand slam in the fifth to lead #25 Georgia Tech to a 9-1 victory over #13 Coastal Carolina Friday night at Russ Chandler Stadium. The Yellow Jackets improve to 28-14 while the Chanticleers fall to 31-12. The teams will play game two of the three-game series on Saturday with first pitch set for 4 pm on ESPN3. Georgia Tech broke the stalemate with three... 

No. 1 Seahawks cap region sweep by downing Sharks

The No. 1-ranked Myrtle Beach High boys soccer team competed a clean sweep of Region 7-3A and won its ninth consecutive game with an 8-2 victory over host St. James on Thursday night. Myrtle Beach senior Adolfo Aguilar scored four goals and dished out an assist in his final regular season game for the Seahawks (19-2-1 overall, 10-0 region), and junior Lenin Molina tallied two goals to lead the... 

No. 2 Lady Saints continue bid for undefeated season

The Christian Academy of Myrtle Beach girls soccer team won its 13th consecutive game and posted its third straight shutout with an 8-0 victory over visiting Freedom Christian Academy on Thursday. The Lady Saints (13-0), ranked No. 2 in the latest SCISA Class A-2A poll, hosted the out-of-state foe from Fayetteville, NC, but the result ended like all the other matches this season – with a... 
© 2016 Grand Strand Sports Report · RSS
Myrtle Beach Web Design
Myrtle Beach Kayak Tours