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Saints light up Landsharks in Lowcountry Showcase

The Christian Academy of Myrtle Beach boys basketball team won their third game of the week by 40 points or more by blowing out Oceanside Collegiate 93-46 on Saturday at the Phenom Hoops Lowcountry Showcase in Charleston. The Saints (11-7) connected on 16 3-pointers to put on an impressive offensive performance at the talent showcase. Junior Mike Green led a balanced scoring effort with 18 points,... 

NMB boys, girls suffer first region setbacks at Wilson

The North Myrtle Beach High boys and girls basketball teams suffered tough losses Thursday night at Wilson, dealing each squad their first region defeats of the season. The No. 7-ranked Lady Chiefs (14-2 overall, 2-1 Region 7-4A) saw their 14-game winning streak snapped in a 60-38 loss to the defending state finalist and No. 5-ranked Lady Tigers. Wilson broke open a tight game at halftime to pull... 

CF girls blow out Knights; boys lose to WF at buzzer

Despite the ice-cold weather outside, the Carolina Forest girls basketball team came out red-hot in Thursday night’s 64-33 win over visiting West Florence to remain undefeated in Region 6-5A play. Playing aggressively defense and while knocking down shots from the inside out, the Panthers staked a 22-3 after the opening quarter. They continued to pour it on in the second period en route to... 

Conway sweeps Socastee; NMB, SJ games postponed

The Conway High boys and girls basketball teams swept visiting Socastee on Wednesday night, winning both games by double figures. The Lady Tigers took a 34-24 victory over the Lady Braves, followed by the No. 2-ranked Conway boys battling past the Braves 60-49. Conway’s girls were led in scoring by Meme Williams with 15 points and in rebounding by Neci Hemingway, who posted a double-double... 

Boys Hoops: Green breaks CA record; Braves beat CF

Christian Academy of Myrtle Beach junior Michael Green reached another milestone Tuesday night, eclipsing the 1,500-point mark for his career and becoming the program’s all-time leading scorer in a 111-33 home win over Marlboro Academy. Green scored 27 points to climb to 1,508 for his career. He still has a season and a half left to add to his total. Teammate Sam Woods added a double-double... 

Lady Panthers’ second-half surge knocks off Socastee

The Carolina Forest High girls basketball team broke up a close game at halftime to pull away from visiting Socastee 61-41 on Tuesday night. After a sluggish first half that left the Lady Panthers clinging to a 26-23 lead, they turned up the intensity in the third quarter to gain a comfortable 43-30 lead entering the fourth. They pulled away in the final frame for the 20-point win. Carolina Forest’s... 

Horry/Georgetown Invite: CF, NMB, MB finish 1-2-3

The Carolina Forest High wrestling team captured the bi-county championship for the second consecutive season at Saturday’s Horry/Georgetown Invitational. The tournament consisted of 10 wrestling teams in the two counties, including runner-up North Myrtle Beach, Myrtle Beach, Socastee, St. James and Conway. North Myrtle Beach also had four champions – Tanner Collins, Brennan Michael,... 

Battle at the Beach: MB makes it rain 3s; CA falls

On Friday night, a leaky roof forced the Myrtle Beach High boys basketball team to relocate its Battle at the Beach Invitational to another gym. On Saturday, the Seahawks made it rain on their home floor in another way. Myrtle Beach caught fire in Saturday’s  showdown with Cheraw for a 93-60 victory. The Seahawks connected on 11 3-pointers for the game, including seven treys in the first... 

Hoops: Chiefs, Tigers use last-second shots for wins

North Myrtle Beach High’s Cooper Chandler picked the right time to find the hot hand in the Chiefs’ 53-50 victory over region foe Marlboro County on Friday. Coming off a team-high 18 point performance in Wednesday’s Region 7-4A opening win over St. James, Chandler was limited to only 2 points until the final seconds against the Bulldogs. Chandler made a steal and hit the game-winning... 

Athlete of Week: NMB’s Livingston ruling on mat

North Myrtle Beach High two-sport standout Kwame Livingston didn’t have much time to make the transition from the football field to the wrestling mat. As it turns out, he didn’t need it. After leading the Chiefs football team to its first undefeated regular season and a trip to the third round of the Class 4A playoffs, Livingston was in the gym the following Monday looking to start... 
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