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Jackson 5: CAMB swimmer qualifies for 5 state events

Making her season debut, Christian Academy of Myrtle Beach’s Brae Jackson qualified for five different events in Saturday’s meet hosted by Hilton Head Christian Academy. Jackson made state cuts in the 50 Freestyle, 100 Freestyle, 200 Freestyle, 500 Freestle and the 200 Individual Medley, adding to Christian Academy’s list of state qualifiers. Several Saints swimmers added state qualifying... 

Seahawks snap losing skid to Socastee on missed FG

No. 1-ranked Myrtle Beach snapped its two-year losing skid to rival Socastee and also ended the Braves’ streak of regular-season victories at 26 on Friday night, but it didn’t come easily. The Seahawks had to hold their collective breath and watch as Socastee placekicker Braxton Elvis’ 27-yard field goal attempt in the final seconds fell just short, allowing Myrtle Beach (3-0) to... 

Football Wrapup: Panthers top NMB; Tigers, Saints fall

Not Mother Nature nor North Myrtle Beach could stop Carolina Forest’s sudden surge as the Panthers scored their second consecutive victory with a 34-21 win over the Chiefs. Following a 1 1/2-hour rain delay, the Panthers (2-2) plodded past the Chiefs on a sloppy surface, taking advantage of several miscues by the Chiefs to double their win total from last season. Carolina Forest hadn’t... 

Week 3 Previews & Picks: Braves seek MB three-peat

Having won three Class 3A championships over the past six seasons, the No. 1-ranked Myrtle Beach Seahawks aren’t accustomed to having a losing streak to anybody in the state. But just 7 miles south, rival Socastee holds that proud distinction, at least for now. Although two is technically the minimum requirement to use the term “streak,” the Braves can capture some serious bragging... 

Volleyball Wrapup: Myrtle Beach, NMB net region wins

Myrtle Beach bounced back from Wednesday loss to rival Socastee with a 3-1 victory over Lake City that helped the Lady Seahawks (2-2 overall, 2-0 region) remain undefeated in league play. After losing the first set to the Lady Panthers by a 22-25 score, Myrtle Beach bounced back to win three straight in dominating fashion, 25-10, 25-9, and 25-3. Myrtle Beach’s Maggie Slabinski led the team with... 

Houghtons, Parker help CA squeak by in region debut

Christian Academy of Myrtle Beach’s Greer Houghton and teammate Emma Parker may not be the stars of their girls tennis team, but they were on Thursday. Houghton and Parker were victorious in their singles and doubles matches to lead the Lady Saints to a hard-fought 5-4 win over Florence Christian in their region opener. The Lady Saints squeaked by Florence Christian, thanks in part to Houghton’s... 

Volleyball Wrapup: CAMB, Socastee knock off rivals

Christian Academy of Myrtle Beach completed a season sweep against St. James on Wednesday with a 3-0 victory over the visiting Lady Sharks. After knocking off St. James last week, the Lady Saints (6-2) had their hands full early as the Lady Sharks built a 24-19 in the opening set. St. James had set point but saw CAMB rally off five straight points to tie it up. St. James had set point against but the... 

Volleyball Wrapup: CA, MB, NMB sweep region debuts

Christian Academy of Myrtle Beach opened region play with a 3-0 sweep of visiting Florence Christian on Tuesday. The Lady Saints (5-2 overall, 1-0 region) won by scores of 25-15, 25-16 and 25-16 to send notice to new rivals in their step up to SCISA AA. CAMB won the 2013 SCISA A state title and was runner-up in 2012. Leading the win over Florence Christian were Mags Grafe’s six aces and Claudia... 

Lady Panthers stay purr-fect with sweep of doubleheader

The Carolina Forest volleyball team remained undefeated in regular-season play by sweeping a trimatch with visiting Aynor and St. James. Fresh off their runner-up finish in Saturday’s Sumter Invitational, the Lady Panthers (7-0) scored 2-0 sweeps over Aynor (25-23, 25-16) and St. James (25-12, 25-15). Leading Carolina Forest against the Lady Yellow Jackets were Alexis Tomlin with 11 service points... 

Carolina Forest makes run to Sumter Invitational final

The Carolina Forest volleyball team advanced to the finals of the Sumter Invitational Tournament on Saturday before falling to River Bluff in the championship match. They Lady Panthers made a strong run at the end of the tournament to reach the finals. The placed second in pool play by defeating Branchville, Spring Valley, and Camden, losing only to top-seeded Bishop England. Carolina Forest was seeded... 
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