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Athlete of the Week: Grate returns to lead SJ to No. 1

St. James High soccer standout Quadarius Grate is happy to be back for his senior season, and the No. 1-ranked Sharks are obviously glad to have their star striker back. Since returning to the team following a junior season spent playing for an academy club in Columbia, Grate has helped his team get off to a 10-0-1 start and earn the No. 1 ranking in Class 3A. It’s one of many reasons he was... 

Lacrosse: Braves down CF; Lady Panthers roll on road

The Socastee boys lacrosse team scored an impressive 18-7 victory over visiting Carolina Forest on Monday night to help the Braves’ chances of earning a playoff spot. The Braves got a game-high six goals from Jared Spindler and a hat trick from Zack Perritt en route to the win. Roby Haynes had two goals and five assists, and Connor Moxley and Joey Cuppett scored two goals apiece. Socastee goaltender... 

Lady Chiefs deliver Graves 500th career coaching win

It’s been a big weekend for North Myrtle Beach High softball coach James Graves. Make that a big career too. His Lady Chiefs won three games in a two-day span to give him his 500th coaching victory. North Myrtle Beach defeated rival Myrtle Beach 11-4 on Friday as Julia Cole (two RBIs) and Makala Gore (home run and three RBIs) each went 3-for-4 at the plate and Taylor Hansis pitched for win No.... 

St. James takes advantage of errors to edge Socastee

The St. James High baseball team took advantage of four Socastee errors while committing none to beat the Braves 4-2 in their own backyard on Saturday. The Sharks scored two unearned runs in the first inning but the Braves answered back with two of their own in the bottom half of the frame. Dylan Thompson and Hayes Talley went 1-for-3 and drove in runs in the first to even it up. But St. James scored... 

Boys lacrosse: Braves split twinbill; CF edges Warriors

The Socastee High boys lacrosse team traveled to Hilton Head Island over the weekend and split a doubleheader, defeating Bluffton 16-4 and falling to Hilton Head 14-3. After the long bus ride on Friday, the Braves were no match for the Seahawks. Socastee freshman Connor Moxley had two goals and an assist, and senior Noah Vieira added the other goal for the Braves. Socastee’s defense was led by... 

Carolina Forest girls deliver St. James loss in lacrosse

The Carolina Forest girls lacrosse team handed St. James its first loss in program history on Friday with a 20-12 victory. Carolina Forest’s Aly Estes led all scorers with 10 goals and three assists, accounting for half of the Lady Panthers’ scoring. Teammates Lee Adi had two goals and two assists, Samantha Custer scored two goals and one assist, and Kaitlin Howell and Shannon Wilt tallied... 

Baseball: Braves, Sharks win to set up showdown

Socastee High standout and Coastal Carolina commitment Dylan Thompson got it done on the mound and at the plate to lead the Braves to a 3-1 victory over visiting West Florence on Friday. Thompson pitched a complete-game four-hitter that was a shutout until the Knights scored a meaningless run in the seventh inning. Thompson struck out 11 batters and also had a hand in the Braves’ three runs in... 

Lady Sharks break out bats to knock out Lady Panthers

The St. James High softball team made quick work of visiting Lake City on Friday, winning 10-0 in five innings via the mercy rule. The Lady Sharks got five hitless and scoreless innings and four strikeouts from pitcher Morgan Marlow, and she got plenty of run support as St. James tallied 12 hits. St. James’ Remi Hargrove went 3-for-3 with two RBIs and a run scored to lead the Lady Sharks’... 

Athlete of Winter Season: Tigers’ Hennigan tops list

Conway High basketball standout Jalen Hennigan’s senior season didn’t end the way he had hoped, but the Tigers’ shooting guard did receive a nice consolation prize. Hennigan was the overwhelming choice for the Mammy’s Kitchen Athlete of the Winter Sports Season, receiving 8,701 votes. His play helped Conway to a banner year before being knocked off in the first round of the... 

No. 2 Sharks notch another shutout in win over Saints

The No. 2-ranked St. James High boys soccer team had less than 24 hours to recover from its thrilling comeback victory over Myrtle Beach before its next contest. The short break didn’t seem to bother the Sharks (9-0-1), who scored a 5-0 win over host Christian Academy of Myrtle Beach on Wednesday night. St. James’ Keaton Zimmer tallied four of the Sharks’ five goal and assisted John... 
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