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Christian Academy rolls into SCISA state quarterfinals

The Christian Academy of Myrtle Beach boys stormed into the SCISA Class 2A state quarterfinals Saturday night by destroying Thomas Sumter Academy 66-33. The Saints (18-11) built an insurmountable 35-8 lead at halftime and called off the dogs in the second half to cruise to the victory. Christian Academy was led by Justin Busby with 16 points and Michael Green with 13. Bryce Schenider and Sam Woods... 

Saints rally to claim region crown in dramatic fashion

The Christian Academy of Myrtle Beach boys basketball team pulled off a big comeback to win the SCISA Region 3-2A tournament championship 71-68 over Trinity-Byrnes on Tuesday night at Coker College in Hartsville. Bryce Schneider made three key plays in the final seconds to complete the rally. His steal and layup proved to be the game-winning basket, and then he made a potential game-saving block... 

Saints beat Kings Academy to advance to region final

The Christian Academy of Myrtle Beach won its region tournament semifinal over Kings Academy 74-55 on Thursday night, setting up a final showdown with SCISA Region 3-2A co-champion Kings Academy next week. The Saints built a 30-24 halftime lead before pulling away in the second half. They outscored Kings Academy 22-13 in the final frame to advance to the championship game. Christian Academy senior... 

Saints see six-game winning streak snapped by Freedom

The Christian Academy of Myrtle Beach boys basketball team saw their six-game winning streak snapped Wednesday night by visiting Freedom Christian (NC). The Saints (14-12 overall, 8-1 region) entered the fourth quarter tied but they couldn’t close the deal. They shot just 37 percent from the field for the night and committed 14 turnovers. Justin Busby led the Saints with 18 points and Sam... 

Boys Hoops: Gore, Green honored as Saints rip PDA

On a big night for the Christian Academy of Myrtle Beach boys basketball program, the Saints made it even more special with a convincing 75-42 victory over visiting Pee Dee Academy on Friday. Christian Academy coach Darren Gore was honored for 10 years as the program’s only coach and greeted by former players who helped him lead the upstart program to five SCISA state championships in a decade.... 

Transfers lead Saints past Oakbrook Prep in BBC tilt

The Christian Academy of Myrtle Beach boys basketball team rode a pair of first-year transfers to a 58-43 victory over Oakbrook Prep in an exhibition game at the Beach Ball Classic on Friday. Waccamaw transfer Justin Busby scored a game-high 20 points and pulled down 11 rebounds, and Myrtle Beach transfer Bryce Schneider also posted a double-double with 16 points and 10 boards as the Saints (6-9)... 

Green hits 1,000 point mark in Beach Ball Classic loss

The Christian Academy of Myrtle Beach opened the 36th annual Beach Ball Classic with an exhibition loss to United Faith Christian Academy (13-2) by one point, 85-84. The loss leaves the Christian Academy with a 5-9 record on the season under first year head coach Colin Stevens, but a mark set by sophomore Mike Green left Stevens beaming with pride. Coming into the game, Green needed just 5 points... 

Saints continue strong start at preseason tournaments

The Christian Academy of Myrtle Beach boys basketball team isn’t shy about playing in preseason holiday tournaments. The experience appears to be paying off. Just two days after claiming third place in the Gatorade Turkey Shootout in Florence, the Saints crossed the Carolina border to compete in the Big Shots Hoop Feast on Friday at Laney High in Wilmington, NC. The Saints scored a 62-52... 

Christian Academy topples Braves in Turkey Shootout

The Christian Academy of Myrtle Beach boys basketball team had a near-miss with a major upset over a Class 5A school on Tuesday. On Wednesday, the Saints didn’t let the opportunity slip away. The private school power knocked off public school neighbor Socastee 72-61 in the consolation game of the Gatorade Turkey Shootout in Florence, capturing third place in the eight team preseason hoops... 

Saints fall short to Knights, face Braves in consolation

The Christian Academy of Myrtle Beach boys basketball team almost played giant-killer Tuesday night at the Gatorade Turkey Shootout, battling Class 5A host West Florence to the wire before falling 71-69 in the semifinals. CAMB co-captain Justin Busby, who transferred from Waccamaw this year, led the Saints with 24 points on 50-percent shooting from behind the 3-point arc. His potential game-winning... 
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