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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)... 

Baseball: Tigers top Wave; NMB pounds Hilton Head

The Conway High baseball team pulled a big road upset in the first round of the SCHSL Class 5A district playoffs Wednesday by knocking off Summerville 3-2. Trailing 2-1 in the sixth inning, the Tigers proved more than worthy of their at-large postseason bid by rallying past the top-seeded Green Wave to take the late lead. Conway’s Seth Skipper two-out single scored Will Smith and Jordan Hilburn... 

Baseball: Sharks blast MB; Tigers, Smith down Braves

After capturing the Mingo Bay Classic title over spring break, the No. 2-ranked St. James baseball team took a big step toward locking up the Region 7-4A title with a 10-6 victory over visiting Myrtle Beach on Tuesday night. The Sharks (16-3 overall, 5-1 region) struck for seven total runs in the second and third innings and cruised the rest of the way to avenge their lone region loss of the season... 

Conway’s Watts looking for strong finish to senior year

Centerfielder Brittany Watts helped Conway win its first region softball crown this past spring, but was forced to miss the playoffs after tearing her anterior cruciate ligament (ACL). The Tigers went on to win a district championship with a doubleheader sweep over Fort Dorchester before losing to Wando and White Knoll in the Lower State round. The ACL tear was the second for Watts, who suffered... 

Softball: Hemingway lifts Tigers past CF; MB rallies

For the second straight night, Neci Hemingway hurled the Tigers to a region win. Conway’s ace followed a 146-pitch performance in Thursday’s victory over Sumter with another complete game Friday, striking out nine and topping host Carolina Forest 4-1. Hemingway also gave the Tigers a boost at the plate, breaking open a scoreless game in the fourth inning with her first home run of the season. “Neci... 

Baseball: Tigers blast MB; Sharks blow out Bulldogs

Conway’s Keith Autry Benton pitched a complete-game six-hitter and also banged out a couple of hits of his own to lead the Tigers to 9-6 victory over host Myrtle Beach on a chilly Wednesday night. Despite a shaky start for Benton that saw the Seahawks claim a 1-0 lead in the first inning, the Tigers answered back with two runs in the second and three runs in the third to take control of the... 

Collins, Hemingway help South sweep past North

A pair of Grand Strand area girls basketball players led the South squad to a 72-64 victory over the North in Saturday’s SCBCA’s North-South All-Star Basketball Game in Columbia. Myrtle Beach’s Ivy Collins scored 10 points and made four steals, and Conway’s Neci Hemingway scored six points and pulled down nine rebounds to help the South to the victory. Crestwood’s... 

Boys Playoffs: Tigers ride Wave into 5A LS semifinal

The Conway High boys basketball team punched their ticket to the Class 5A Lower State semifinals Saturday by holding off a late charge from visiting Summerville 62-59. The Tigers led throughout the contest, stretching the advantage to double-digits in the second half. But the Green Wave mounted a rally in the final stages that ended with Summerville star Shaq Davis missing a potential overtime-forcing... 

5A Boys Playoffs: Tigers make history; Braves win

For the first time in nearly a quarter-century, the Conway High boys basketball team is headed to the second round of the state playoffs. After becoming only the second team in school history to win 20 games in a season, this group of Tigers ended another dubious streak by defeating visiting River Bluff 62-49 in Wednesday’s opening round of the Class 5A state tournament. It was Conway’s... 
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