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Tar Heels offer MB’s Doty; Tigers’ Moody picks ECU

Myrtle Beach High quarterback Luke Doty hasn’t started his first high school football game yet, but the rising sophomore is already starting to attracting a lot of interest from college recruiters. Doty received his third scholarship offer from an FBS program – and his first from a Power Five conference school – when ACC member North Carolina extended an invitation over the weekend. Doty... 

Jordan arrested, charged with third-degree assault

Conway High football coach Chuck Jordan was arrested Thursday and charged with assault and battery third degree for an in-school incident last month involving a student and a substitute teacher that resulted in the longtime coach’s suspension. Jordan was being held at the J. Reuben Long Detention Center after turning himself in Thursday morning. He was booked at 9:11 a.m. and released at... 

Conway’s Jordan placed on leave pending investigation

South Carolina’s longest serving football coach is currently on the sidelines pending the results of investigation into an in-school incident last Friday. Conway High’s Chuck Jordan was placed on administrative leave with pay by Horry County Schools following an incident between Jordan, a student and a substitute teacher. Details of the incident were not immediately available. Jordan... 

Athlete of Week: Conway’s Hemingway hits new highs

Conway High’s girls sports teams are enjoying a record-setting year. So is Lady Tigers’ two-sport star Janecia Hemingway. Those two facts are not a coincidence. After helping the Conway girls basketball program to its first-ever Class 5A Lower State championship game appearance, Hemingway made the transition from the hardwood to the diamond to lead the Lady Tigers to a first-ever district... 

Conway’s magical playoff run ends at hands of ace

The Conway High softball team’s magical run to the Class 5A Lower State tournament came to an end Monday with a 4-0 loss to visiting Wando in an elimination game. The Lady Tigers ran into a pair of pitchers on top of their games in the first two rounds of the Lower State final series, spoiling solid outings by Conway’s Neci Hemingway. She allowed five hits and struck out four as the... 

Softball: Lady Tigers drop opener against White Knoll

The Conway High softball team was shut out in first round of the Class 5A Lower State tournament by visiting White Knoll 6-0 on Saturday. Fortunately for the Lady Tigers, they are no strangers to battle their way out of the losers’ bracket. Coming off a three-game winning streak of one-run victories that helped Conway claim the district title, the Lady Tigers were handcuffed at the plate... 

Softball: Tigers sweep FD; Sharks’ run ends in extras

The Conway High softball team’s magical season continued Wednesday with the Lady Tigers sweeping a doubleheader from host Fort Dorchester by a pair of runs in each game of the winner-take-all series. Conway scored two runs in the first inning and made it stand up for a 2-1 victory in the opener. The Lady Tigers followed it up with a thrilling 3-2 comeback win over the Lady Patriots to advance... 

Softball: Tigers, Sharks hit postseason as No. 1 seeds

The SCHSL softball playoffs open Thursday with five local teams beginning their quests for state championships. Conway and St. James enter the postseason fray as No. 1 seeds in Class 5A and 4A, respectively, giving them home-field advantage as long as they continue win at the district tournament level. The Lady Tigers, winners of Region 6-5A, take on Spring Valley. The Region 7-4A champion Lady... 

Softball: Conway stops MB; St. James rides big inning

The St. James softball team broke a scoreless game wide open in the sixth inning for a 5-2 road victory over Wilson on Thursday to take control of the Region 7-4A race. Locked in an intense pitchers’ duel with the Lady Tigers, the Lady Sharks rallied for five runs in the sixth to take command of the key region contest and first place in the league standings. Wilson managed two runs in the... 

Softball: Lady Chiefs slide past Lady Tigers in extras

The North Myrtle Beach softball team rallied for three runs in the ninth inning to defeat host Conway 6-3 on Wednesday. After losing a heart-breaker in the final frame Tuesday, the Lady Chiefs didn’t let this one slip away. Cissy Doolittle led the way by going 3-for-4 at the plate, and Sarah Ballard drove in three runs. Alexis McCormick picked up the win on the mound. Conway’s Taylor... 
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