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Boys Hoops: Green breaks CA record; Braves beat CF

Christian Academy of Myrtle Beach junior Michael Green reached another milestone Tuesday night, eclipsing the 1,500-point mark for his career and becoming the program’s all-time leading scorer in a 111-33 home win over Marlboro Academy. Green scored 27 points to climb to 1,508 for his career. He still has a season and a half left to add to his total. Teammate Sam Woods added a double-double... 

Lady Panthers’ second-half surge knocks off Socastee

The Carolina Forest High girls basketball team broke up a close game at halftime to pull away from visiting Socastee 61-41 on Tuesday night. After a sluggish first half that left the Lady Panthers clinging to a 26-23 lead, they turned up the intensity in the third quarter to gain a comfortable 43-30 lead entering the fourth. They pulled away in the final frame for the 20-point win. Carolina Forest’s... 

Coastal adds Michigan OL transfer to recruiting class

Coastal Carolina head football coach Joe Moglia announced Sean Fitzgerald, a transfer from the University of Michigan, has joined the Chanticleer football program and will be immediately eligible. Fitzgerald (Mt. Pleasant, Mich./Mt. Pleasant Senior HS) is a 6-3, 310-pound offensive lineman and will have four years eligibility remaining. He redshirted as a true freshman this past fall with the Wolverines... 

Earnhardt clears air about interest in buying Panthers

Retired NASCAR driver Dale Earnhardt Jr. says he is interested in being a minority owner of the Carolina Panthers, but he is not involved in the NASCAR group that is working to get in the driver’s seat of purchasing the NFL franchise. Earnhardt, who raced at Myrtle Beach Speedway in the mid-1990s,  told The Associated Press that he recently called Marcus Smith, the president and chief operating... 

CCU’s Ruiz picked to play in Latin America Amateur

Coastal Carolina junior golfer Luis Ruiz has been selected to play in the 2018 Latin America Amateur Championship, which will be contested at the Prince of Wales Country Club in Santiago, Chile, Jan. 20-23. The winner will be invited to the 2018 Masters and receive exemptions into the final stages of qualifying for The Open and U.S. Open in 2018. Ruiz is one of eight golfers from his native Mexico... 

CAC swimmers clean up on medals at Tiger Invitational

The Coastal Aquatic Club (CAC) sent 37 swimmers to compete in the Tiger Invitational, hosted by the Clemson Aquatic Team (CAT), over the weekend at Clemson University with approximately 400 swimmers from 12 swim clubs from South Carolina and Georgia. CAC’s Harrison Clinton, Ian Morgan and Yuri Costa led the way with multiple first-place finishes along with individual wins by Ryan Boudreau,... 

MB grad Sessions waived during 11th NBA season

For the first time since his high school days at Myrtle Beach, Ramon Sessions is out of basketball – at least for the time being. The New York Knicks requested waivers on the veteran point guard Saturday, sidelining Sessions’ NBA career in the middle of his 11th season. He is currently awaiting word from an other NBA team that might be interested in his services. Sessions agreed to... 

Horry/Georgetown Invite: CF, NMB, MB finish 1-2-3

The Carolina Forest High wrestling team captured the bi-county championship for the second consecutive season at Saturday’s Horry/Georgetown Invitational. The tournament consisted of 10 wrestling teams in the two counties, including runner-up North Myrtle Beach, Myrtle Beach, Socastee, St. James and Conway. North Myrtle Beach also had four champions – Tanner Collins, Brennan Michael,... 

Battle at the Beach: MB makes it rain 3s; CA falls

On Friday night, a leaky roof forced the Myrtle Beach High boys basketball team to relocate its Battle at the Beach Invitational to another gym. On Saturday, the Seahawks made it rain on their home floor in another way. Myrtle Beach caught fire in Saturday’s  showdown with Cheraw for a 93-60 victory. The Seahawks connected on 11 3-pointers for the game, including seven treys in the first... 

Hoops: Chiefs, Tigers use last-second shots for wins

North Myrtle Beach High’s Cooper Chandler picked the right time to find the hot hand in the Chiefs’ 53-50 victory over region foe Marlboro County on Friday. Coming off a team-high 18 point performance in Wednesday’s Region 7-4A opening win over St. James, Chandler was limited to only 2 points until the final seconds against the Bulldogs. Chandler made a steal and hit the game-winning... 
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