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Panthers turn in complete team victory against Loris

Carolina Forest had to wait more than one month before playing its home opener at the Black Hole, but the Panthers made an impressive debut Friday night with an overall team effort in a 21-0 victory over Loris. How complete was the Panthers’ win? Their three touchdowns came via offense, defense and special teams as Carolina Forest improved to 4-1 on the season. The shutout was the Panthers’... 

Friday Night Lights: There’s no place like the Black Hole

(Editor’s Note: Matt Beale plays quarterback for the Carolina Forest High football team. He shares his experiences in the first of a series of essays about high school football.) There‚Äôs nothing better than a high school football Friday. Every Friday night is a great time – the anticipation of the game, those pre-game butterflies, seeing the large crowds and students you know fill... 

Carolina Forest overcomes Conway, North Myrtle Beach

The Carolina Forest girls golf team overcame soggy conditions and two local teams on Thursday, easily winning a tri-meet over Conway and North Myrtle Beach at Eagles Nest Golf Course. Carolina Forest’s Sami Spencer and Jacki Brown tied for medalist honors today with a pair of 41s, and teammates Niki Roberson (42) and Jade Prince (47) had solid rounds for a balanced score of 171 for the Lady... 

Carolina Forest knocks off Chiefs, Tigers by 6-1 scores

The Carolina Forest High girls tennis team bounced back from a loss the previous day to score a 6-1 victory over visiting North Myrtle Beach on Wednesday. After being swept by region foe Socastee on Tuesday, the Lady Panthers responded by beating another intra-county opponent in a non-region contest with the Lady Chiefs. North Myrtle Beach was coming off a win over visiting Wilson. Carolina Forest... 

Panthers top Tigers to stay perfect in Region 6-5A play

The Carolina Forest High volleyball team ran their perfect region record to 5-0 with a 3-1 road victory over rival Conway on Wednesday. Coming off a 3-0 sweep over their other intra-county region foe Socastee on Tuesday, the Lady Panthers (11-1 overall, 5-0 Region 6-5A) cruised to a 25-12 win in the opening set before the Lady Tigers rallied to take the second set 25-23. Carolina Forest mashed... 

Injury puts Carolina Forest star Simmons on sideline

No one has been able to stop Carolina Forest running back Dyverse Simmons, but an injury has done what opposing defenses couldn’t. One of Carolina Forest’s biggest football victories also proved to be one of its toughest losses as Simmons suffered a season-ending knee injury in the first half of the Panthers’ 14-13 win over Hoggard (NC) on Friday night. He suffered a torn ACL... 

5A Roundup: CF survives; Red Foxes roll past Tigers

Carolina Forest’s biggest win of the season might have coincided with the Panthers’ biggest loss of the year. Carolina Forest scored a 14-13 victory over host Hoggard (NC) on Friday night to remain undefeated on the season, but the Panthers also lost standout running back Dyverse Simmons to an ankle injury in the first half. The Panthers (3-0) saw a two-touchdown lead nearly slip away... 

Panthers rely on ‘Dyverse’ offense to shut out Sharks

The Carolina Forest football team has a diverse offense, and it’s not just Dyverse Simmons. The star running back rushed for more than 250 yards to lead the Panthers to a 42-0 victory over host St. James on Thursday, but several teammates had a big hand in the win. In addition to a shutout performance by the defense, Carolina Forest (2-0) had five different players score touchdowns to keep... 

CF girls in top 5 at Ripley’s; Saints record 10 state cuts

The Carolina Forest girls swim team scored a top-5 finish in the Seventh Annual Ripley’s Invitational meet it hosted at “Pepper” Geddings Recreation Center in Myrtle Beach on Saturday, when 429 swimmers and 18 of the top teams from across the Carolinas hit the pool. The Lady Panthers were led by Peyton McWhorter and Taylor Steele to place fifth out of 18 teams. McWhorter took... 

Carolina Forest swimmers finish 1-2 in season debut

The Carolina Forest High boys and girls swim teams placed first and second, respectively, at the season-opening Florence Invitational on Saturday. The Carolina Forest boys racked up 86 points to beat runner-up St. James (56) and host West Florence (48) by comfortable margins in a six-team field. The Medley Relay team of Ethan Nechemia, David Zevgolis, Rafael Adi and Connor Campbell took first place.... 
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