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Baseball Playoffs: Sharks, Chiefs win district debuts

The top-seeded St. James High baseball team took the first step toward winning the Class 3A District 7 tournament on Friday by defeating visiting Lakewood 3-1. The Sharks (18-7) broke open a scoreless tie in the third on an RBI by Liam Bloom, and Jordan Fields drove in the eventual game-winners in the fourth for a 3-0 lead. St. James starter Anthony Beck did the rest, scattering six hits over seven... 

Softball Playoffs: NMB rolls; St. James falls in openers

The second-seeded North Myrtle Beach High softball team showed some serious firepower in winning Friday’s Class 3A District 8 tournament opener over visiting Manning, 11-1. Sisters Serrah and Emmalee Ballard got the Lady Chiefs’ offense rolling by driving in their first two runs, and Serrah Ballard made sure it was enough as she shut down Lady Monarchs. The Lady Chiefs erupted for nine... 

No. 1 Seahawks cap region sweep by downing Sharks

The No. 1-ranked Myrtle Beach High boys soccer team competed a clean sweep of Region 7-3A and won its ninth consecutive game with an 8-2 victory over host St. James on Thursday night. Myrtle Beach senior Adolfo Aguilar scored four goals and dished out an assist in his final regular season game for the Seahawks (19-2-1 overall, 10-0 region), and junior Lenin Molina tallied two goals to lead the... 

No. 2 Lady Saints continue bid for undefeated season

The Christian Academy of Myrtle Beach girls soccer team won its 13th consecutive game and posted its third straight shutout with an 8-0 victory over visiting Freedom Christian Academy on Thursday. The Lady Saints (13-0), ranked No. 2 in the latest SCISA Class A-2A poll, hosted the out-of-state foe from Fayetteville, NC, but the result ended like all the other matches this season – with a... 

Panthers draw first blood in district tournament opener

The No. 1-ranked and top-seeded Carolina Forest baseball team wasted little time establishing itself as a front-runner for the Class 4A state championship by defeating Spring Valley 5-3 in Wednesday’s opening round of the SCHSL state playoffs. The Panthers (19-5) erupted for three runs in the first inning to jump on top early and held on for the victory in the first round of the Class 4A... 

Baseball, softball teams hit diamond for state playoffs

It’s playoff time on the local diamonds as the SCHSL baseball and softball playoffs get under way Wednesday with the start of double-elimination district tournaments. The No. 1-ranked and top-seeded Carolina Forest baseball team begins its quest for a Class 4A state title Wednesday against visiting Spring Valley, while the third-seeded Conway softball team hits the road to face second-seeded... 

Top-ranked Seahawks walk the walk in Waccamaw win

The Myrtle Beach High boys soccer team earned some statewide and national acclaim and quickly backed it up with their eighth straight victory in Tuesday’s 4-1 win over host Waccamaw. The Seahawks (18-2-1) recaptured the No. 1 ranking in Class 3A and were elevated to No. 36 in the nation by the MaxPreps poll. The promotions came after Myrtle Beach put together a streak of more than 400 scorelesss... 

Girls Soccer: CA unbeaten; MB knocks off Waccamaw

The Christian Academy of Myrtle Beach girls soccer team ran its perfect record to 12-0 and completed a clean sweep of the region title with a 3-0 victory over visiting Kings Academy on Tuesday. Chistian Academy’s Katya Durocher scored a pair of goals and assisted on the Lady Saints’ other score to lead the effort on offense. Brae Jackson had a goal and Anna Kate Green dished out an... 

Athlete of the Week: Gerber leaves ice for greener sport

Just as winter turns to spring in three short months, Carolina Forest lacrosse standout Phil Gerber made the transition from the ice to grass in three short years. The former hockey player officially switched sticks and sports as a sophomore, and he graduates as one of the state’s leaders in various statistical categories. More important was the senior captain’s leadership in the Panthers’... 

Softball: Conway aces CF; MB rallies past Socastee

The Conway High softball team kept rival Carolina Forest from capturing a playoff bid Monday night by shutting out the Lady Panthers 2-0 in the Region 6-4A finale for both teams. conway’s Chelsea Mitchell and Neci Hemingway combined to pitch a three-hit shutout as they alternated innings on the mound throughout the game. Mitchell got the win for the Lady Tigers (9-7), who claimed the No.... 
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