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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... 

Sand & Hoops Invitational: CF, Socastee win openers

The Carolina Forest girls opened the 2014-15 season Monday night in impressive fashion at the Sand & Hoops Invitational, blowing out Georgetown 82-30 behind the strength of three freshman standouts. Freshman Alexis Tomlin had game-highs with 26 points and 19 rebounds, and senior Kia Brisbon also notched a double-double with 17 points and 11 boards. She also had five steals and five assists. Carolina... 

Carolina Forest closes out season by beating Conway

Both teams were eliminated from the playoffs before the opening kickoff, but you couldn’t tell it from the intensity of this Highway 501 rivalry. Carolina Forest quarterback Will Brunson threw the final touchdown pass of his illustrious career for the game-winner in the Panthers (3-8) to a 35-28 victory over visiting Conway (2-9). Carolina Forest added a late interception to stop Conway’s... 

CF’s Pieterse in top 5, MB’s Epstein top 10 at Sandhills

Carolina Forest senior Lisa Pieterse posted a top-5 finish and Myrtle Beach High senior Ethan Epstein recorded a top-10finish at Saturday’s Sandhills Invitational, the final tune-up before the cross country postseason gets under way. Pieterse proved she is in position to win this year’s state title by completing the Sandhills layout in 19:08, just 14 seconds off the winning pace of Wando’s... 

Panthers let big lead slip away against No. 2 Bruins

The Carolina Forest High football team played arguably its most impressive and most disappointing halves of football – all on the same night. The Panthers (2-6 overall, 0-2 Region 6-4A) dominated No. 2-ranked South Florence for two quarters, leading the visiting Bruins 42-10 with a few ticks left in the opening half. But the Bruins outscored Carolina Forest 45-7 the rest of the way to escape... 

Volleyball Wrapup: CF wins, shares title with Socastee

Carolina Forest kept its streak of six consecutive region championships intact with Thursday’s sweep of rival Conway, although this one contains an asterick. The Lady Panthers bounced back from their lone loss of the season earlier this week to Socastee, which tied for the region title in its first year in Region 6-4A. Thursday’s regular-season finale assures Carolina Forest at least a... 

Lady Panthers clinch playoff spot with win over Tigers

The Carolina Forest girls tennis team posted a winning season in Region 6-4A and earned a playoff spot with a hard-fought 4-3 victory over Conway on Thursday. The Lady Panthers got wins at No. 2 Singles by Hitomi Kobayashi, 6-0, 6-1; No. 4 Eva Vandoros, 6-1, 6-4; and No. 5 Sophia Gouhin, 6-2, 6-0. A 6-1, 6-3 victory by the No. 2 doubles team of Joslyn McCray and Rachel Turbeville sealed the match for... 

Panthers pick up momentum with win over St. James

The Carolina Forest Panthers girls tennis team defeated St. James Sharks 6-1 on Monday in a non-region match. The Lady Panthers won the top four singles matches, with No. 1 Drew Limpasuvan, No. 2 Hitomi Kobayashi, No. 3 Jaden Nye and No. 4 Eva Vandoros taking straight-set victories. No. 5 Sophia Gouhin lost a tough third-set tiebreaker to Melissa Iczkowski, 6-3, 2-6, 0-1 (3-10) in the lone win for... 

No. 1 singles duel highlights CF’s win over rival Conway

The Carolina Forest girls tennis team visited rival Conway in a key Region 6-4A match on Tuesday and came away with a 5-1 win. The only loss for the Lady Panthers came in a very tight matchup at No. 1 singles that went to two tiebreaker sets. Victoria Smith of Conway squeaked by Drew Limpasuvan of Carolina Forest 7-6, 7-6. The Lady Panthers ran the table on the remaining singles matches. No. 2 Hitomi... 

Pieterses sweep; Socastee, St. James claim team titles

Carolina Forest’s brother-sister tandem of Lisa and Michael Pieterse took first place in Saturday’s Pee Dee Classic cross country meet at Florence’s Freedom Park. But the Panthers didn’t have enough Pieterses to take the team titles from a pair of Grand Strand squads. The St. James boys and Socastee girls captured their respective division championships. Michael Pieterse completed... 
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