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Conway boys, girls sweep Georgetown on the road

The Conway High boys and girls basketball teams swept host Georgetown on Wednesday night, winning by near identical lopsided scores. The Tigers (6-0) remained undefeated on the season with a 62-38 win over the Bulldogs, while the Lady Tigers (3-3) took a 63-40 victory. Bryan Edwards led a balanced scoring attack for the Tigers with 13 points. Christian Jeffords added 11 points and Jalen Hennigan had... 

Athlete of the Week: Tigers flying high behind Hennigan

There’s a lot of noise coming from Conway High these days, and it’s not from The Backyard. Long regarded as a football school, it’s the basketball Tigers who are starting to turn heads with a 5-0 start, thanks in part to guard Jalen Hennigan. Averaging 18 points per game so far this season, Hennigan has led the Tigers to a 5-0 start, including a series sweep of Myrtle Beach and an... 

Conway moves to 5-0 with thrashing of Myrtle Beach

The Conway High boys basketball team improved to 5-0 in emphatic fashion Saturday night, blowing out visiting rival Myrtle Beach 70-41. The Tigers captured the season series with the Seahawks after winning last week’s game in similar one-sided style, 66-40. Conway dominated the game from the opening tip, starting the game with a 16-4 run and taking a 25-8 lead after the opening period. Conway’s... 

Conway freshmen duo leads local pack at state XC meet

A pair of Conway High freshmen led all local finishers at Saturday’s state championship cross country meet at the Sandhills Research Center in Columbia. The Myrtle Beach boys placed 14th as a team and the Lady Seahawks finished 19th, followed by the St. James girls in 20th. No other local teams cracked the top 20. In Class 4A girls, Conway freshman Kenia Smith posted an eighth-place finish with... 

Tigers turn table on Braves in rematch of region rivalry

Conway turned the table on visiting Socastee on Friday night, avenging an earlier loss this season to the rival Braves with a 28-20 victory in The Backyard. Behind hard-running back Jah’Maine Martin and explosive receiver Bryan Edwards, who returned a punt 71 yards to paydirt, the Tigers built a 21-0 halftime and held off a strong comeback bid by the Braves (6-2 overall, 1-1 Region 6-4A) in the... 

Epstein leads Myrtle Beach to county championship

The Myrtle Beach boys and Aynor girls captured the team championships of the Horry County Cross Country Championships on Saturday. Myrtle Beach’s Ethan Epstein completed the 5K course in 16:49 to earn boys medalist honors, and Conway’s Kenia Smith broke the tape in 20 minutes flat to claim girls medalist honors. The top seven runners earn All-County status and are listed below, along with... 

Week 5 Previews & Picks: Victory Bell rings in rivalry

The Victory Bell is on the line Friday night at Doug Shaw Stadium, and the Conway Tigers may have awakened just in time to make it contest befitting a bitter rivalry. One week ago, this installment of the series seemed a forgone conclusion. The No. 1-ranked and undefeated Seahawks were sailing along as expected, but the Tigers slumped out to an 0-4 start and appeared in serious danger of having a winless... 

Football Wrapup: Tigers top MC; Sharks dominate H-P

Conway couldn’t have picked a better time or opponent to get its first victory of the season as the Tigers (1-4) knocked off bitter rival Marlboro County 35-29 on Friday night at The Backyard. Trailing 22-21 in the fourth quarter, the Tigers scored a pair of late touchdowns and held off a late charge by the Bulldogs (1-3) to celebrate their inaugural win of the year. The W comes just before another... 

Weather prompts schedule change for Kickoff Clash

It didn’t take Mother Nature long to have an impact on the 2014 high school football schedule, and even the Derrick Law Firm Kickoff Clash is not immune. Conway’s scheduled home game against visiting Wilmington Hoggard (NC) has been postoned from Thursday to Friday as a result of rain and lightning delays last Friday night. The Wilmington Hoggard vs. South Columbus (NC) contest was postponed... 

Tigers fade in fourth quarter in opening loss to Bulldogs

Conway High appeared poised to reassert itself as regional power in Friday night’s season opener against visiting Georgetown. Then came the fourth quarter. Leading 17-13 in The Backyard with 12 minutes remaining, the Tigers let their golden opportunity to get the season started on a winning note slip away against the Bulldogs. Georgetown’s Jalil Smith scored on a short touchdown run to... 
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