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Myrtle Beach falls to O-W in CresCom Bank tournament

Orangeburg-Wilkerson defeated Myrtle Beach 59-33 to advance to the semifinal round of the consolation bracket of the 2014 CresCom Bank Holiday Invitational. The Lady Bruins (10-1) used a pressure defense to force 21 Myrtle Beach (6-2) turnovers in the opening half.  Orangeburg-Wilkerson turned those miscues into a 16-0 points off of turnovers advantage that led to a 35-10 cushion for the Lady Bruins... 

Saints survive cold-shooting night at Carolina Academy

The Christian Academy of Myrtle Beach boys basketball team survived an ice-cold shooting night and a fourth-quarter deficit to escape with a 41-31 victory over host Carolina Academy on Thursday night. The Saints trailed 25-22 entering the final period but finally heated up to outscore Carolina Academy 19-6 in the fourth period, led by freshman Jaylen Johnson’s game-high 20 points, seven rebounds... 

Conway boys, girls sweep Georgetown on the road

The Conway High boys and girls basketball teams swept host Georgetown on Wednesday night, winning by near identical lopsided scores. The Tigers (6-0) remained undefeated on the season with a 62-38 win over the Bulldogs, while the Lady Tigers (3-3) took a 63-40 victory. Bryan Edwards led a balanced scoring attack for the Tigers with 13 points. Christian Jeffords added 11 points and Jalen Hennigan had... 

Football: Brunson signs with Albany; Jordan out as AD

The Carolina Forest football program’s loss is the University of Albany’s gain as Panthers quarterback Will Brunson officially committed to play for the Great Danes. The three-year starter signed his National Letter of Intent with Albany in a ceremony at the high school on Wednesday following an outstanding career with the Panthers. Brunson passed for nearly 8,000 yards and 40 touchdowns... 

Boys Hoops: Chiefs, Saints ride defense to big victories

The North Myrtle Beach High boys basketball team scored a quick technical knockout over Carolina Forest on Tuesday night en route to a 61-41 victory. The Chiefs came out red hot and amassed a 42-19 halftime lead before cruising the rest of the way. They also played stellar defense against the Panthers, holding them without a 3-pointer in the game. Matthew Stanaland scored a game-high 16 points and... 

MB girls, Socastee boys hold off late runs by rivals

The Myrtle Beach High girls basketball team scored a 39-37 victory over visiting Socastee on Tuesday night in a tournament tune-up for both teams. After clinging to a 19-18 halftime lead, the Lady Seahawks stretched their lead to 32-24 entering the final period. Socastee (5-4) rallied in the fourth quarter but came up short by two points. Leading Socastee were Shayla Baldwin with 15 points and five... 

Athlete of the Week: Tigers flying high behind Hennigan

There’s a lot of noise coming from Conway High these days, and it’s not from The Backyard. Long regarded as a football school, it’s the basketball Tigers who are starting to turn heads with a 5-0 start, thanks in part to guard Jalen Hennigan. Averaging 18 points per game so far this season, Hennigan has led the Tigers to a 5-0 start, including a series sweep of Myrtle Beach and an... 

Conway moves to 5-0 with thrashing of Myrtle Beach

The Conway High boys basketball team improved to 5-0 in emphatic fashion Saturday night, blowing out visiting rival Myrtle Beach 70-41. The Tigers captured the season series with the Seahawks after winning last week’s game in similar one-sided style, 66-40. Conway dominated the game from the opening tip, starting the game with a 16-4 run and taking a 25-8 lead after the opening period. Conway’s... 

Socastee bounces back for big wins over Waccamaw

The Socastee High girls basketball team rebounded from Friday night’s heartbreaking loss to St. James with a blowout 55-19 victory over host Waccamaw on Saturday. Mia Angelo led the Lady Braves (5-3) with a game-high 19 points, and she had assists, and three steals in the winning effort. Teammate Shayla Baldwin added 17 points. Socastee’s Kira Bell had a big night all over the court with... 

St. James scores season series sweep of Socastee

The St. James High boys basketball team made it a clean sweep of rival Socastee, taking the second game of the season series with a 56-49 win over the Braves. The Sharks (3-1) jumped out to a 19-6 lead at the end of the first quarter and were never seriously threatened the rest of the way. St. James got a game-high 16 points from Haywood Brandon. Jordan Fields added 12 points and Jackson Hurston tallied... 
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