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Baseball: MB rides Bodge’s hot bat, arm to playoff win

Myrtle Beach’s Cameron Bodge may be best known for his pitching, but lately the senior also has been swinging a big stick. Bodge threw a complete game and hit a pair of three-run homers in Tuesday’s District 7-4A playoff opener to lift the Seahawks to a 12-2 victory over Lakewood at the Ripken Experience. He struck our seven and scattered seven hits over six innings to earn the win,... 

Soccer: Braves sweep MB; Gordon lifts Lady Seahawks

The Socastee High boys soccer team used a big second-half rally to defeat visiting rival Myrtle Beach for the third time this season, claiming a 4-2 victory at The Reservation in Tuesday’s final playoff tuneup. Despite beating Myrtle Beach once in the regular season and again in the championship game of the Soccer at the Beach tournament, the Braves found themselves trailing 2-1 at halftime... 

Lady Sharks’ magical run ends in Lower State final

The St. James High girls lacrosse team took giant leaps in the 2017 season. On Tuesday night, the Lady Sharks discovered the next step. St. James suffered its first loss of the season in the Class 4A Lower State championship in Charleston, falling to state power Bishop England 20-2. The Lady Sharks finished the season at 13-1 and recorded a number of firsts for the program, which is only in its... 

NMB’s Hudson headlines all-region girls soccer list

Region 7-4A girls soccer champion Myrtle Beach and runner-up St. James each placed nine players on the all-region team, which was announced Tuesday. But the Region 7-4A Player of the Year award went to North Myrtle Beach’s Hadley Hudson, who led the Lady Chiefs to a third-place finish in the league standings. Hudson joined teammate Brooke Kennedy on the First Team, while the Seahawks and... 

Baseball: Panthers, Sharks make late push for playoffs

Whoever said “It’s not how you start, but how you finish” must have been Carolina Forest and St. James baseball fans. Both teams seemed dead in the water a few weeks ago but surged to Mingo Bay Classic titles and made strong runs down the stretch to earn new life in the playoffs, which get under way Tuesday. Carolina Forest (11-9) won six of its last eight games and turned an... 

Soccer: Seahawks defeat Chiefs to claim region title

The Myrtle Beach High soccer team didn’t want to worry about a tiebreaker. Instead, the Seahawks took care of business on the pitch, defeating rival North Myrtle Beach 2-1 on Friday night at Ashley Booth Field to clinch the Region 7-4A title. Needing to win to avoid a three-way tiebreaker with North Myrtle Beach and St. James, Myrtle Beach celebrated Senior Night and got a big goal from sophomore... 

Baseball: NMB spoils MB’s hopes for sweep of region

The North Myrtle Beach High baseball team rallied for five runs in the fifth inning to beat rival Myrtle Beach 9-4 on Friday, spoiling the Seahawks bid to go undefeated Region 7-4A play. Both teams got off to hot starts as the Chiefs tallied three runs in the top of the first and the Seahawks countered with four runs in the bottom of the frame. Both pitchers settled down to keep the score at 4-3... 

Lacrosse: Lady Sharks rally to reach Lower State Final

Perhaps THE sports story of the spring sports season is being written by the undefeated St. James girls lacrosse team, which won its second-round playoff game in dramatic fashion Thursday night with a 9-8 victory over visiting Bluffton. The Lady Sharks (13-0) overcame a three-goal deficit at halftime to rally past the Lady Bobcats. St. James broke an 8-all tie with a goal in the final minutes and... 

Tennis: Seahawks complete clean sweep for region title

The Myrtle Beach High boys tennis team put the finishing touches on their Region 7-4A championship with a pair of big victories over local rivals in as many days. Following Wednesday’s 5-2 win over Socastee, the Seahawks (13-2 overall, 8-0 region) scored a 6-1 victory over North Myrtle Beach at the Myrtle Beach Tennis Center to cap a clean sweep of league foes. Myrtle Beach’s No. 1... 

Softball: Sharks top Tigers; Chiefs surge past Panthers

The St. James girls softball team won a local showdown between region champions on Thursday with a hard-fought 9-8 victory over visiting Conway. The Lady Sharks, the Region 7-4A titleholders, rallied for seven runs in the sixth inning to turn a 4-2 deficit into a 9-4 advantage. The Lady Tigers, the Region 6-5A champs, answered with four runs in seventh inning but couldn’t push the tying run... 
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