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Carolina Forest, Socastee qualify for state golf finals

The Carolina Forest and Socastee High girls golf teams qualified for next week’s Class 5A State Championship tournament Monday with strong showings at the Lower State tournament at the Country Club of South Carolina in Florence. Carolina Forest was once again led by 12-year-old phenom Mia Gray, who shot a 4-over-par 76 to finish fourth in the field of more than 80 individual golfers. After... 

Panthers sweep Tigers to take share of region title

The Carolina Forest High volleyball team was able to capture a share of the Region 6-5A championship with a 3-0 sweep over rival Conway in the Lady Panthers’ regular-season region finale. The Panthers won by scores of 25-19, 25-20, 25-23 to tie West Florence for first place in the region standings at 9-1, but Carolina Forest earned the No. 1 seed headed into next week’s playoffs. Leading... 

Seventh-grader Gray lifts Panthers to region crown

Local golf fans can get used to hearing the name Mia Gray. On Monday, the seventh grader earned individual medalist honors and led the Carolina Forest High girls team to the Region 6-5A Championship. Playing against golfers five years her senior under rainy conditions at The Traces Golf Course, Gray fired a 5-over-par 77 to claim top all-region honors. She edged teammate Sami Spencer (78) by one... 

Carolina Forest swimmers clean up on regional titles

The Carolina Forest boys and girls swim teams swept their way to regional championships on Saturday and head into next week’s State Championships looking to close out strong seasons. “Coach Miller and I could not be more proud of the dedication and hard work that the entire team put forward this year,” Carolina Forest swim coach Michelle Barnhill said. “There were several times... 

Panthers use last-minute rally for first win over SF

The Carolina Forest High football team worked some last-minute magic to defeat Region 6-5A rival South Florence 20-10 for the first time in school history at Florence Memorial Stadium. Trailing 10-7 in the final minute, the Panthers (5-2 overall, 2-0 region) dug deep in their bag of tricks to jump-start a struggling offense,  quarterback Matt Beale tossed a backward pass to Jackson Weatherwax,... 

Panthers slip past Sharks in Sumter Invitational final

A pair of Grand Strand teams made a two-hour drive to square off in the Sumter Invitational Tournament championship, as Carolina Forest edged St. James 2-1 in the finals to bring home the hardware. The Lady Sharks shocked the Panthers in the first set 25-14, but the Panthers focused a bit more to take the second set 25-16. The third set teetered back and forth before Carolina Forest took home the... 

CF girls, MB boys swim to titles at NMB Invitational

The Carolina Forest girls and Myrtle Beach boys swim teams captured first place at the 11-team North Myrtle Beach Invitational on Saturday. The Lady Panthers remain undefeated on the season, and the Carolina Forest boys took second place to claim the combined title. The Carolina Forest girls and boys teams combined for 225 points. St. James took second place with 151 points. The Carolina Forest... 

Panthers, Beale have too many weapons for Braves

In a rivalry that featured two of the area’s top senior quarterbacks, Carolina Forest’s Matt Beale had too many weapons for Socastee’s Hunter Illing in a 56-27 victory for the Panthers in the Region 6-5A opener for both teams. Illing threw four touchdown passes, three of them to Devin Stamp, but the Panthers (4-2 overall, 1-0 region) offense used a balanced attack to beat the... 

Carolina Forest rebounds from loss to sweep Sumter

After suffering a disappointing 3-2 loss to West Florence on Tuesday, the Carolina Forest volleyball team bounced back to sweep visiting Sumter 3-0 on Thursday. The Panthers suffered their first region loss of the season to the Lady Knights, but they came back out strong to defeat the Lady Gamecocks 25-20, 25-18, 25-11. Leading the way at the net for the Panthers were Alexis Tomlin with 14 kills,... 

CF girls, MB boys prevail at St. James Invitational

The Myrtle Beach boys and Carolina Forest girls swam to championships in Saturday’s St. James Invitational 10-team swim meet at the Pepper Geddings Recreation Center Pool. The Seahawks tallied 116 team points to defeat runner-up Waccamaw (90.5) and third-place St. James (88). Carolina Foorest (65) and North Myrtle Beach (48) rounded out the top-five teams. Conway (7) finished ninth. Myrtle... 
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