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Athlete of Week: Johnson makes big move for Saints

Jaylen Johnson is accustomed to turning heads on the basketball court. That’s why it’s even more special for him to be named the Mammy’s Kitchen Athlete of the Week in football, a sport he hadn’t planned to play when he transferred back to Christian Academy from Carolina Forest for his senior year. “I wasn’t going to play football this year. I was going to focus... 

Tennis: Saints, Seahawks, Braves win playoff debuts

The Christian Academy of Myrtle Beach girls tennis team waltzed through the first round of the SCISA Class 2A playoffs Wednesday with a 6-0 road victory over Hilton Head Prep. Following the long road trip, the second-seeded Lady Saints (7-3) swept the top-seeded Lady Dolphins despite being involved in several close singles matches. CAMB’s No. 1 Tatiana Harrelson made quick work of Hilton... 

Washington strikes gold, silver at SCISA state meet

Christian Academy of Myrtle Beach sent eight qualifiers to the SCISA State Swim Meet in Augusta (GA) over the weekend, and pnme Saint captured a state championship. Senior Miles Washington placed first in the 50 Freestyle and second in the 100 Butterfly to lead Christian Academy. Hannah Surface led the Lady Saints with an eighth-place showing in the 200 Individual Medley and a sixth-place finish... 

CAMB gives senior sweet send-off in sweep of MA

The Christian Academy of Myrtle Beach girls tennis team sent lone senior Chloe Parker out with a memorable final home match, sweeping Marlboro Academy 9-0 and partnering with younger sister Gwen Parker for an 8-0 doubles pro-set victory. It was also a special day for No. 1 singles player Tatiana Harrelson, who finished regular season play undefeated at a perfect 7-0. No. 2 Chloe Parker also won... 

Christian Academy offense powers team to fourth win

The Christian Academy of Myrtle Beach football team unleashed an impressive offensive performance against John Paul II Academy on Friday night, rolling to a 48-34 victory. Christian Academy running back Jaylen Johnson rushed for four touchdowns to lead the Saints (4-4) past the Warriors (4-4), doubling the school’s previous record number of wins in a season. Saints quarterback Braden McCauley... 

CA’s Markley on a mission in more ways than one

Playing in her final match before heading out for a week to assist on a medical mission trip in the Caribbean, Christian Academy of Myrtle Beach senior Natalie Markley put together a career night to lead the Lady Saints to a straight-set victory over region foe The King’s Academy. The Saints’ setter and right side hitter turned in a .462 hitting percentage with 13 kills, nine assists... 

Saints rally from two-set deficit to surprise Sharks

The Christian Academy of Myrtle Beach volleyball team put together an amazing rally to defeat visiting St. James on Monday, winning the final three sets and staving off three different match points to complete the 3-2 comeback victory. In a public school/private school showdown, the SCISA Class 2A Saints knocked off ther SCHSL Class 4A Sharks after dropping the first two sets of the match, 25-22,... 

Saints win another thriller, set program victory mark

For the second consecutive week, the Christian Academy of Myrtle Beach football team pulled out a one-point win in thriller fashion Friday night, and this one was a landmark victory for the young program. After winning last week in a 57-56 overtime shootout with Florence Christian Academy, the Saints worked some late magic again in a 34-33 road victory over Williamsburg Academy to improve to 3-2... 

Christian Academy works overtime to earn wild win

On a big Friday night for public school football on the Grand Strand, the best game of the night was being played by a pair of private schools before a small but enthusiastic crowd at Ashley Booth Field. Christian Academy of Myrtle Beach battled into overtime to defeat visiting Florence Christian Academy 57-56, claiming the victory on a game-deciding, point-after kick. Tied at 50-all entering overtime,... 

Saints volleyball gears up for another state title run

Following a surprising run to the SCISA Class AA state championship match last year, the Christian Academy of Myrtle Beach volleyball team seems to be picking up right where they left off. After a competitive 3-1 loss against 4A public school St. James to start the season, the Saints have rolled off two consecutive 3-0 victories to start their SCISA 2A region schedule. On Tuesday, CAMB swept visiting... 
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