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Saints rally from two-set deficit to surprise Sharks

The Christian Academy of Myrtle Beach volleyball team put together an amazing rally to defeat visiting St. James on Monday, winning the final three sets and staving off three different match points to complete the 3-2 comeback victory. In a public school/private school showdown, the SCISA Class 2A Saints knocked off ther SCHSL Class 4A Sharks after dropping the first two sets of the match, 25-22,... 

White’s 36 leads Sharks past Panthers, Bulldogs

Following a runner-up finish in the WSGCA Championships over the weekend, the St. James girls golf team got back to business by winning a tri-match Monday afternoon at Wachesaw Plantation. The Lady Sharks’ foursome played 36 holes over the weekend but showed no sign of fatigue, shooting a team score of 156 in a victory over Carolina Forest (204) and Georgetown (211). The Sharks were led by... 

NMB captures runner-up finish at Hub City Classic

The North Myrtle Beach volleyball team scored some big victories to make the finals at over the weekends Hub City Classic Volleyball tournament in Spartanburg. The Chiefs defeated Fort Mill 3-0 (25-14, 30-28, 25-20) and Spartanburg Christian 2-1 (25-21, 20-25, 25-16) on Friday night. They started pool play on Saturday with wins over Crescent 2-0 (25-13, 25-11) and Hillcrest JV 2-0 (25-14, 25-19)... 

CF girls, MB boys prevail at St. James Invitational

The Myrtle Beach boys and Carolina Forest girls swam to championships in Saturday’s St. James Invitational 10-team swim meet at the Pepper Geddings Recreation Center Pool. The Seahawks tallied 116 team points to defeat runner-up Waccamaw (90.5) and third-place St. James (88). Carolina Foorest (65) and North Myrtle Beach (48) rounded out the top-five teams. Conway (7) finished ninth. Myrtle... 

St. James takes runner-up to Lexington at WSCGA

The St. James High girls golf team turned in another strong weekend performance at the WSCGA High School Invitational in Beaufort, but the Class 4A Lady Sharks once again finished second to Class 5A state power Lexington. One week after the same 1-2 finish at the Lady Patriot Invitational, the two teams squared off atop the leaderboard at The Sanctuary Golf Club on Cat Island. Lexington finished... 

Chiefs come out swinging for quick TKO of Camden

The No. 2-ranked North Myrtle Beach High football team scored an early technical knockout against visiting Camden, allowing their fans to start their homecoming celebrations early in a 63-28 victory. The Chiefs scored four touchdowns in the opening 8 minutes to remove any doubt about running their record to a perfect 6-0. Running back Kered Class took TD runs of 36 and 60 yards to the house, and... 

Braves blast past Sharks, win Battle of Highway 707

The Socastee High football team showed it can rebound from a tough loss – and then some – in Friday night’s 65-14 victory over visiting rival St. James. In fact, the Braves (4-1) nearly rolled up more yardage than the 6 miles that separate the two schools in the Battle of Highway 707. Following last week’s 41-7 defeat to North Myrtle Beach, Socastee’s offense got back... 

Saints win another thriller, set program victory mark

For the second consecutive week, the Christian Academy of Myrtle Beach football team pulled out a one-point win in thriller fashion Friday night, and this one was a landmark victory for the young program. After winning last week in a 57-56 overtime shootout with Florence Christian Academy, the Saints worked some late magic again in a 34-33 road victory over Williamsburg Academy to improve to 3-2... 

Panthers excel in all three phases in shutout of Lions

The Carolina Forest High football team bounced back in a big way Friday night with a 32-0 road victory over Loris. Coming off back-to-back losses, the Panthers (3-2) got back on the winning track with solid play in all three phases of the game. Following a slow start by the offense, Carolina Forest finally got on the board in the second quarter on a Matt Beale touchdown run for a 6-0 lead. Special... 

Seahawks shock Tigers, keep Victory Bell in MB

In the long, rich rivalry of the Battle of the Victory Bell, Thursday night’s showdown between Conway and Myrtle Beach was one for the history books. Myrtle Beach used an 80-yard, game-winning touchdown drive to take a late 13-12 lead over No. 5 -ranked and previously undefeated Conway, and then the Seahawks defense closed out a stellar performance by shutting down the Tigers’ final... 
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