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CCU hammers four homers to blow out UNC Asheville

Coastal Carolina scored in each of the first five innings, tacked on four runs in the seventh inning and cruised to a 13-3 victory at UNC Asheville Saturday afternoon at Greenwood Field. The Chanticleers (16-6, 2-0 Big South) go for the series sweep against the Bulldogs (10-12, 1-4) on Sunday with first pitch set for 1 pm. David Parrett, one of four Chanticleers to hit a home run, was 5-for-5 with... 

Carolina Forest girls deliver St. James loss in lacrosse

The Carolina Forest girls lacrosse team handed St. James its first loss in program history on Friday with a 20-12 victory. Carolina Forest’s Aly Estes led all scorers with 10 goals and three assists, accounting for half of the Lady Panthers’ scoring. Teammates Lee Adi had two goals and two assists, Samantha Custer scored two goals and one assist, and Kaitlin Howell and Shannon Wilt tallied... 

Baseball: Braves, Sharks win to set up showdown

Socastee High standout and Coastal Carolina commitment Dylan Thompson got it done on the mound and at the plate to lead the Braves to a 3-1 victory over visiting West Florence on Friday. Thompson pitched a complete-game four-hitter that was a shutout until the Knights scored a meaningless run in the seventh inning. Thompson struck out 11 batters and also had a hand in the Braves’ three runs in... 

Lady Sharks break out bats to knock out Lady Panthers

The St. James High softball team made quick work of visiting Lake City on Friday, winning 10-0 in five innings via the mercy rule. The Lady Sharks got five hitless and scoreless innings and four strikeouts from pitcher Morgan Marlow, and she got plenty of run support as St. James tallied 12 hits. St. James’ Remi Hargrove went 3-for-3 with two RBIs and a run scored to lead the Lady Sharks’... 

Athlete of Winter Season: Tigers’ Hennigan tops list

Conway High basketball standout Jalen Hennigan’s senior season didn’t end the way he had hoped, but the Tigers’ shooting guard did receive a nice consolation prize. Hennigan was the overwhelming choice for the Mammy’s Kitchen Athlete of the Winter Sports Season, receiving 8,701 votes. His play helped Conway to a banner year before being knocked off in the first round of the... 

No. 2 Sharks notch another shutout in win over Saints

The No. 2-ranked St. James High boys soccer team had less than 24 hours to recover from its thrilling comeback victory over Myrtle Beach before its next contest. The short break didn’t seem to bother the Sharks (9-0-1), who scored a 5-0 win over host Christian Academy of Myrtle Beach on Wednesday night. St. James’ Keaton Zimmer tallied four of the Sharks’ five goal and assisted John... 

Panthers bounce back with big victory over St. James

The Carolina Forest boys lacrosse team had to wait four long days to get the bad taste out of its mouth from last Saturday’s loss to Academic Magnet. So when Wednesday’s match with St. James rolled around, the Panthers were more than ready. After blowing a big lead in last weekend’s loss, the Panthers made sure to get on top early and keep it that way against the Sharks, who are in... 

Evans claims ASF opener; Surf/Skate Expo on Sunday

Murrells Inlet’s Shane Evans picked up the first win of the Atlantic Surfing Federation’s 2015 year. Officially, contest number three of the season; Evans won the Open division this past Saturday in rainy, windy conditions at Yucca Avenue in Garden City Beach. Pawleys Island’s Triston Finley picked up second riding a borrowed board after breaking his own board in round one of the division. ... 

Lady Sharks use last-inning rally to nip Lady Seahawks

The St. James softball team rallied for five runs in the final inning to defeat Myrtle Beach in walk-off fashion on Tuesday. Trailing 9-5 entering the final frame, the Lady Sharks batted around the order in the seventh to hand the Lady Seahawks their first loss of the season. What began as a pitchers’ duel between Myrtle Beach’s Carly Grace Bodge and St. James’ Shelby Spaziani turned... 

Baseball: Braves top Tigers; Seahawks hold off Sharks

Socastee High’s Taylor Karnap broke open a scoreless tie in the sixth inning against region rival Conway to spark a 3-0 victory over the host Tigers. Karnap’s RBI single, followed by Ryan Beale’s two-RBI shot, proved to be the game-winning 1-2 punch to spoil an otherwise stellar performance by Conway starter Frankie Edwards, who suffered the hard-luck loss against Socastee starter... 
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