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Carolina Forest returns to South View to hire new AD

South View (NC) High is becoming a pipeline for the Carolina Forest High athletics department. Carolina Forest named Tripp Satterwhite its new athletics director on Monday to become the second major hire from the Hope Mills, NC, school in as many years. Last year the Panthers named South View head football coach Marc Morris to the same position. Satterwhite and Morris weren’t at South View together... 

CF, Clemson grad Glodack signs with NASL’s Rowdies

Former Carolina Forest High and Clemson University goalkeeper Chris Glodack has signed a professional contract to play for the Tampa Bay Rowdies. Glodack, who played locally for the Panthers and Coast FA, recently completed a successful college career that saw the Tigers advance to the Sweet 16 of the NCAA Tournment last season. Clemson beat Coastal Carolina in the second round before losing to North... 

Chants grab first-round bye with road win over Lancers

Coastal Carolina scored 10 of the game’s final 16 points at the free-throw line to secure a 72-59 victory at Longwood in Big South men’s basketball action Monday evening at the Lancers’ Willett Hall. The victory secured Coastal a bye in the first round of next week’s VisitMyrtleBeach.com Big South Basketball Championship, hosted on the Chanticleers’ home floor. Coastal (21-8, 12-5 Big South)... 

St. James’ Hurston named CBCA’s Player of the Year

Following a surprising run to the Class 3A Lower State semifinals, St. James junior Jackson Hurston was named the Coastal Basketball Coaches Association Player of the Year, and two Shark teammates made the list to give St. James the most All-CBCA players. Hurston was joined on the First Team by Christian Jeffords of Conway, Duane Moss of Carolina Forest, Arkel Williams of Carvers Bay and Rob Ferraro... 

Chiefs, Sharks qualify six for state wrestling tourney

Fourteen Grand Strand-area wrestlers are headed for next weekend’s individual state championships after placing top-four finishes in the Lower State tournament, including champions from three different schools. Socastee’s Justin Knipper (120) captured the championship at the Class 4A Lower State meet, while St. James’ Michael MeWhorter (145) and North Myrtle Beach’s Raesean... 

Christian Academy storms into SCISA 2A quarterfinals

Look out, SCISA Class 2A boys basketball. There’s a new team in the division and it has its eyes on the state championship prize. Christian Academy of Myrtle Beach, winners of five of the past seven SCISA Class 1A state titles, played its first state tournament game Saturday since moving up up a level this season. The top-seeded Saints (21-4) had no trouble in their ascent to Class 2A, blowing... 

Johnson back on track with close call at Northern Trust

Following a six-month self-imposed hiatus from the PGA Tour, former Coastal Carolina All-American Dustin Johnson nearly won the Northern Trust Open on Sunday. James Hahn sank a 25-foot birdie putt on the third sudden-death playoff hole to defeat Johnson, whose 18-foot attempt to tie was off the mark. The playoff initially included Paul Casey in the playoff. But on the second extra hole, Hahn and Johnson... 

Coast FA 04 Red claim title at Charleston Battery Cup

The Coast FA 04 Red squad won the championship in the Under-10 boys division over the weekend at the Charleston Battery Challenge Cup. The 04 Red posted two dominant results in Saturday’s matches with a 5-2 win over the Savannah (GA) Storm and a 6-2 victory over the host Daniel Island Celtic. The semifinal match ended in a 1-1 draw against SCUMP Impact but was enough to allow the Coast boys to... 

St. James rallies past O-W into Lower State semifinals

The St. James High boys basketball team is in unfamiliar territory – the Class 3A Lower State semifinals – but the Sharks like the water just fine. Second-seeded St. James rallied from a 15-point halftime deficit on the road to upset top-seeded Orangeburg-Wilkinson 52-51 on Friday night in the second round of the playoffs to advance to the Lower State semifinals for the first time in school... 

Jeffords on 4A all-state list; Adderton, Hurston make 3A

Conway High’s Christian Jeffords’ senior season might be over, but the shooting guard hasn’t played the final game of his high school career. Jeffords was one of three Grand Strand area athletes to make the South Carolina Basketball Coaches Association’s All-State squads, which were announced on Friday. Jeffords made the Class 4A all-state team, while St. James guard Jackson... 
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