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Boys soccer: Fifth-ranked Seahawks soar past Vikings

The No. 5-ranked Myrtle Beach High boys soccer team scored a 5-0 victory over visiting Wexford Collegiate (Ontario, Canada) on Wednesday night at Doug Shaw Stadium. Jarvin Ramirez, Foster Russell, Abdul Mashritov, Nico Sandoz and Brandon Harrington scored goals for the Seahawks, while Ramirez, Franc Lamjca and Adolpho Aguilar made assists. The Seahawks (13-4-1), who earned their second consecutive... 

No. 20 Cougars win season series over No. 24 Chants

The #20 College of Charleston Cougars (29-9) converted three straight walks in the third inning into four runs and held on to defeat #24 Coastal Carolina (27-13), 8-5, Wednesday evening at Patriots Point. The third of the three walks in the third inning forced in a run. The then Cougars hit a two-run single and an RBI single to take a 4-1 lead. Alex Pastorius added a two-run home run in the fourth,... 

Softball: SJ win helps NMB; CF rallies to beat Socastee

The St. James and North Myrtle Beach softball teams have become bitter rivals, but the Lady Chiefs may be sending a thank-you note to the Lady Sharks after Wednesday’s action. St. James handed Georgetown its first region loss of the season with a 4-3 victory on Wednesday night at Finway Park, opening the door for North Myrtle Beach to claim first place in the race for the league title with a... 

Baseball: Panthers, Tigers knock off non-region rivals

The Carolina Forest and St. James baseball teams stepped out of tight region races to play Wednesday night, but the non-region rivalry was just as intense. The Panthers lost the lead in the top of the seventh and regained it in the bottom half on a game-winning single by Jakob Frishmuth for a walk-off 7-6 victory over the visiting Sharks. Tied at 5-all through six innings, St. James pushed across the... 

SCHSL votes to change to five-class system in 2016

The South Carolina High School League voted to move to a five-classification system in the 2016-17 academic year, replacing a four-class format that has been in place for nearly a half-century. The addition of another tier will have a big impact on prep sports across the state, but how the new reclassification system will affect local schools remains uncertain. The SCHSL will hold future meetings to... 

Baseball: Sharks stay alive for region crown with win

The St. James High baseball team kept its region title hopes alive with a 9-5 victory over visiting Wilson on Tuesday. Trailing 3-2 entering the bottom of the third, the Sharks exploded for seven runs over the next three innings to pull away from the Tigers. Jacob Ziegler pitched five five innings and supported his own cause by going 2-for-4 at the plate. Drake Martin had a pair of doubles with two... 

Softball: SJ nets playoff bid; NMB stays in chase for first

The North Myrtle Beach High softball team stayed in the hunt for the Region 7-3A title with a 14-0 mercy-rule victory over visiting Lake City on Tuesday. Taylor Hansis and Sissy Doolittle combined for a one-hitter over five innings, and Emma Lee Ballard provided plenty of offense by going 3-for-3 with three RBIs. Taylor Hansis, Myatt Hardwick and Regan Urbaniak had two hits apiece and Julia Cole hit... 

Boys soccer: Chiefs, Sharks top region foes via shutout

The St. James boys soccer team took one step closer to clinching the Region 7-3A title on Tuesday night with a 7-0 victory over visiting Wilson. Luke Williams and Keaton Zimmer tallied two goals apiece and teammates Charles Ouverson, Tristan Fields, and Quadarius Grate added goals. Grate, who was selected to participate in the Clash of the Carolinas in Charleston this summer, also made three assists.... 

Athlete of Week: Borriello boosts lacrosse on Strand

Nick Borriello’s passion for lacrosse began well before the Grand Strand got into the game. Nine years later, both have come a long way in the sport, and the Socastee senior has had a hand in helping to grow lacrosse’s popularity to the area. “I grew up in Long Island (NY) and lacrosse was huge there,” recalled Borriello, who was named the Mammy’s Kitchen Athlete of the... 

Lady Seahawks take region title via another shutout win

The Myrtle Beach High girls soccer team locked up the Region 7-3A championship on Monday with a convincing 11-0 victory over visiting Georgetown. Freshman Ivy Collins recorded a hat trick and eight other Lady Seahawks (13-4-3 overall, 8-0 region) scored goals to clinch the region crown. It was the third straight shutout for Myrtle Beach. Tristan Fields, Cassidy Posma, Amit Shitrit, Josie Posma, Aleecea... 
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