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Girls Soccer: Local teams rebound at Crescent Cup

After a tough opening round at the Crescent Cup girls soccer tournament in Columbia, Grand Strand teams bounced back with big wins Saturday in a 32-team soccer marathon. After falling 5-3 to Wade Hampton on Friday, Carolina Forest returned on Day 2 to defeat Northwestern 2-1, and battle Broome to a 0-0 draw. The Lady Panthers erased a one-goal halftime deficit against Northwestern as Abbie McCoy... 

Baseball: Panthers cap big week with win over Tigers

The Carolina Forest baseball team completed what can best be described as the neighborhood hat trick Friday by shutting out Conway 8-0. After defeating rivals Socastee and Myrtle Beach earlier in the week, the Panthers capped the impressive streak against their Highway 501 counterparts. * Myrtle Beach 6, Marlboro County 0: The Seahawks broke open a scoreless game with three runs in the fourth inning... 

Baseball: Panthers win all three phases to defeat MB

On a night when two local high school baseball programs got the opportunity to experience the big time of playing at Coastal Carolina University’s Springs Brooks Stadium, they put on a college-worthy performance Wednesday. Carolina Forest claimed a 4-2 victory over Myrtle Beach in a close contest from start to finish. Both teams scored runs in the third inning, and the Seahawks (6-3) scored... 

Baseball: Panthers run past Braves; Chiefs down Tigers

The Carolina Forest baseball team rallied for seven unanswered runs to defeat visiting Region 6-5A rival Socastee on Tuesday. Trailing 4-0 entering the bottom of the third, the Panthers scored in each of the final four frames to complete the comeback. Carolina Forest’s Chase Hughes led the rally, going 2-for-2 with two RBIs. Teammates Nolan Edwards and Josh Fultz also had RBI singles, and... 

Carolina Forest boys, girls lacrosse sweeps Socastee

The Carolina Forest High boys lacrosse team bounced back from a pair of tough losses over the weekend with a 15-8 win over a familiar foe in rival Socastee on Thursday. After falling in overtime to Academic Magnet and losing a close game at Lexington, the Panthers (7-3) turned in a solid performance, led by current state goal leader Joe Venazio. The senior had five goals and an assist. Carolina... 

Boys Golf: Carolina Forest, Myrtle Beach win on links

This week’s bitter wind and cold finally gave way to golf weather Thursday as the Carolina Forest boys team returned to the links to post a 172-186 victory over Conway. Carolina Forest’s Kevin Burris shot 38 to earn medalist honors and a trio of Panthers shot in the mid-40s to lead the Panthers to the win. Connor Thomas led the Tigers with a 6-over 42. Carolina Forest will host the... 

Baseball: Panthers, Tigers, Braves drop region debuts

This is not the Region 6-5A opener the Carolina Forest baseball team had in mind. With high hopes of a new season under first-year coach Joey Worley, the Panthers were pounded by visiting West Florence 18-3 on Friday night. The excitement ended almost as quickly as it began as the Knights struck for seven runs in the top of the first inning. Carolina Forest fell behind 10-0 before finally getting... 

Lady Panthers go airborne for season-opening victory

It’s safe to say that the Carolina Forest girls track and field team got off to a good jump to the 2017 season with a big win in a five-team meet on Tuesday. The Lady Panthers rolled up an impressive 179 points to defeat Conway (91), Myrtle Beach (53), Dillon (21) and Latta (19). The Carolina Forest boys also won a four-team meet over Conway, Dillon and Latta. The Carolina Forest girls dominated... 

Lacrosse: Panthers avenge playoff defeat to Dutch Fork

The Carolina Forest Panthers boys varsity lacrosse team avenged last year’s season-ending playoff loss by defeating Dutch Fork by a 12-10 score on Friday night at Ashley Booth Field in Myrtle Beach. The Panthers recorded their state-best fifth win of the season in a tight game in which neither team led by more than three goals.  Time after time, the Silver Foxes were able to cut the lead... 

Softball: Panthers take third; Sharks drop wild title game

The Carolina Forest softball team bounced back from a couple of tough losses in the Bulldog Invitational to explode in Thursday’s 11-2 consolation game victory over Carvers Bay. After being shutout by St. James and suffering a close loss to Georgetown, the Lady Panthers came out swinging in their finale of the preseason tournament. Carolina Forest scored five runs in both the first and third... 
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