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Conway hires familiar face to lead Lady Tigers’ hoops

Conway High School has chosen a familiar face to direct its varsity girls’ basketball program. Tymesha Hosch, who served as an assistant coach under Shamae Hemingway, was given the reins to the program Monday. Hemingway resigned this past summer to become an assistant principal at Myrtle Beach High School. “I’m excited,” Hosch said. “I’m looking forward to it. I’m excited to see where... 

Conway upends Socastee in final minute for first win

The Conway High football team had to wait until October to get its first win of the season, and even then the Tigers almost waited too long before pulling out a thrilling 27-26 victory over visiting Socastee. Conway quarterback Daquinton Grady, returning from a shoulder injury and a month-long layoff due to Hurricane Florence, scored the game-tying touchdown on a 5-yard run with 29 seconds left,... 

Football Roundup: Tigers, Saints fall, remain winless

* Hartsville 35, Conway 0: The Tigers (0-4) remained winless on the season in a shutout defeat to the Class 4A No. 1-ranked Red Foxes (4-0). Conway gets a week off to regroup before hosting Myrtle Beach in the Battle for the Victory Bell on Sept. 21. * Thomas Sumter Academy 32, Christian Academy of MB 13: The Saints (0-3) suffered a tough road loss one week after being forced to forfeit due to... 

Volleyball: Tigers improve to 6-0 with win over Bruins

The Conway High volleyball team improved to 6-0 Thursday by completing a victory over South Florence. Conway beat South Florence in four sets, 25-16, 25-5, 23-25, 25-17, to claim its Region 5-5A opener. Junior Kamille Patrick had as nine-point service run, and double-digit kills were posted by Kacie Booth and Kamille Patrick. Caroline Todd made four kills and 25 assists, and libero Atley Livingston... 

Tigers lose starting QB, fall to 0-3 in defeat to Sumter

Conway lost more than its third straight heartbreaker on Friday night. The Tigers (0-3) also lost their starting quarterback in a tough 34-10 setback to visiting Sumter. For the third straight week the Tigers took an early lead only to see it disappear. Xavier Kinlaw’s 7-yard touchdown run gave Conway an early 7-0 lead on the Gamecocks. After Sumter’s Jonathan Henry scored the first... 

Golf: Sharks ace opener; MB runs table in first week

The three-time reigning state champion St. James girls golf team launched its title defense Thursday in a nine-hole match at Traces Golf Club over West Florence. The Lady Sharks won their first regular season match by firing a 2-over 146 to top the host Lady Knights’ team score of 224. The Lady Sharks were led by freshman Adrian Anderson, who earned medalist honors by shooting 3-under 33.... 

Football Roundup: Tigers, Sharks, Saints fall on road

For the second consecutive week the Conway Tigers blew a double-digit halftime lead to suffer a tough loss, this time a 28-17 defeat to Nation Ford on Friday in Rock Hill. The Tigers controlled the first half and held a 10-0 lead at halftime on a touchdown by Xavier Kinlaw and a field goal by Will Smith. Conway had a touchdown and another big play called back on penalties but appeared to be in... 

Countdown to Kickoff Poll: No. 4 Tigers try rebuilding

Editor’s Note: GSSR, in conjunction with My Horry News, is previewing the six SCHSL football teams in our coverage area by ranking them in our preseason Pick 6 Poll. One team will be revealed each day before the season officially begins. Pick up the full football preview in this week’s My Horry News family of newspapers. The Conway Tigers will look a lot different in 2018. In addition to losing... 

Softball: Seahawks, Tigers eliminated in district finals

The Myrtle Beach High softball team’s season came to a close on the road Thursday night with a 6-2 loss to Darlington in the District 7 finals. Trailing only 1-0 in the fifth, the Lady Seahawks couldn’t hold off the Lady Falcons late. Myrtle Beach ended the season at 17-6. * White Knoll 3, Conway 0: The Lady Tigers were eliminated from the district finals on the road by a red-hot pitcher... 

Softball: Tigers, Panthers, Sharks avoid elimination

The Carolina Forest softball team avoided elimination with an impressive 9-0 playoff victory over visiting Wando on Saturday. Panthers pitcher Catie McGovern turned in a complete-game one-hitter, striking out five batters and walking two in the shutout. Carolina Forest scored six runs in the second inning and never looked back. Jordan Martin drove in three runs and McGovern, Katie Endres (2 RBIs)... 
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