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Braves battle fatigue to win Mingo Bay Baseball Classic

The Socastee High baseball team capped a marathon week with a hard-fought 8-3 victory over Canfield (OH) in Saturday’s Mingo Bay Baseball Classic final. Playing their sixth game in as many days and their 10th game in 11 days, the Braves’ bullpen pieced together a solid outing and got enough offensive support to cap a 5-1 week. Socastee managed only six hits but took advantage of three Canfield... 

Boys soccer: No. 3 Sharks outduel Chiefs in shootout

The visiting North Myrtle Beach High boys soccer team put No. 3-ranked St. James to the test on Saturday before falling 1-0 in a penalty kick shootout. The two teams battled to a scoreless tie through regulation and two overtime periods, setting up a best-of-five shootout. The Sharks (14-2-1 overall, 7-0 Region 7-3A) scored a 4-3 advantage to remain undefeated in league play. St. James goalkeeper Haywood... 

Lacrosse: CF boys, girls top MB, await playoff selection

The Carolina Forest boys and girls lacrosse teams took care of business in their regular season finales against Myrtle Beach on Saturday. Now their fates rest in the playoff selection process. Both squads left a good impression as the Panthers (9-4) scored a 16-0 win over the visiting Seahawks, the first shutout in program history, while the Lady Panthers (8-4) defeated Myrtle Beach 16-1. Carolina... 

Braves claim back-to-back wins, reach Mingo Bay final

The Socastee High baseball team scored its second straight win in the Mingo Bay Baseball Classic on Friday, shutting out Chancellor (VA) 13-0 to advance to Saturday’s finals round against High Point Christian. Following Thursday’s 8-5 victory over Pleasure Ridge Park (KY), the Braves broke out the bats to earn a mercy-rule win over Chancellor. Leading 3-0 in the fourth, Socastee scored... 

Softball: CF beats Conway; MB tops Socastee in extras

The Myrtle Beach High softball team needed extra innings to knock off host Socastee 4-3 on Friday. Elissa Leach hit a two-run homer in the first inning and scored the game-winning run in the eighth to put the Lady Seahawks on top for good. Myrtle Beach’s Lindsey Coble closed out the bottom of the frame to earn the win. * Carolina Forest 8, Conway 1: The Lady Panthers scored in every inning but... 

Tennis: Sharks, Saints split home-and-away series

You’ve heard the expression “It’s not whether you win or lose but how you play the game.” In this case of the Christian Academy of Myrtle Beach and St. James boys tennis teams, whether they won or lost depended on when and where they played the match. The day after the Sharks claimed a 4-3 victory over the host Saints for their first defeat of the season, Christian Academy returned... 

Lacrosse: Socastee boys, girls roll past local rivals

The Socastee High boys lacrosse team rolled to a 20-1 victory over the upstart Myrtle Beach squad on Thursday. The Seahawks scored the game’s first goal just 12 seconds into the contest but the Braves dominate the rest of the way. Nick Borriello scored one goal for Socastee but dished out eight assists to help his teammates get into the score column. Jared Spindler had a game-high four goals... 

Soccer: MB boys top NMB; Lady Seahawks ace Burns

The Myrtle Beach High boys and girls teams scored big victories on Thursday, with the Seahawks defeating rival North Myrtle Beach 6-2 and the Lady Seahawks shutting out visiting Burns (NC) 3-0. Myrtle Beach’s Cassidy Posma scored a goal and had an assist, while freshmen Ivy Collins and Tristan Gordon each scored goals. Kathryn Wylie and Josie Posma added one assist apiece, and goalkeeper Gabbie... 

Baseball: Socastee batters blast Pleasure Ridge Park

The Socastee High baseball team broke a tie game wide open by scoring five runs in the third inning en route to an 8-5 victory over Pleasure Ridge Park (KY) on Thursday. Socastee’s Daniel Covert went 3-for-4 and drove in a pair of runs to lead the Braves’ offensive outburst in the third, and teammate Justin Farria also had two RBIs. Socastee pitchers Buck Bacot and Jon Yarbrough scattered... 

Softball: Conway knocks out St. James with early surge

The Conway High softball team exploded for two runs in the first inning and four more in the second to cruise to a 7-1 victory over visiting St. James on Thursday. Conway pitcher Chelsea Mitchell got it done at the plate and on the mound, going 2-for-3 with four RBIs while scattering eight hits over seven innings for the win. Conway’s Neci Hemingway went 2-for-3 with two RBIs, two runs scored... 
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