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Girls Hoops: Conway, CF share first place in region

The Conway High girls remained undefeated in Region 6-5A play with a 41-33 victory over visiting Sumter on Tuesday night. Conway’s Zakera Chadmon posted another double-double with 12 points and 10 rebounds, and she added five steals and five assists to her impressive stat line. Teammate Neci Hemingway dominated the glass with a game-high 17 rebounds and eight points, and Laneajha Evans matched... 

Boys Hoops: Conway wins 10th straight over Socastee

The Conway High boys basketball team captured its 10th consecutive win Friday night and took its first step toward trying to win the toughest hoops region in the state by defeating Socastee 75-60. The No. 4-ranked Tigers, one of three top 10 teams in the Class 5A poll, used a balanced scoring effort and some hot 3-point shooting from Juwon Moody. He connected on four 3-pointer, all coming in the... 

Girls Hoops: Conway beats St. James; CF falls on road

The Conway High girls basketball team got a balanced effort to defeat St. James 55-34 on Wednesday night. Conway’s Aishera Williams scored a game-high 15 points and Zakera Chadmon posted a double-double with 13 points and 10 rebounds. She almost had the triple-double with eight assists. Lenaejah Evans added 12 points and Neci Hemingway just missed out on a double-double with nine points and... 

Panther Classic: Conway captures crown at buzzer

The Conway High boys basketball team stole the show and the championship trophy at the Panther Classic on Thursday. Playing on the home court of rival Carolina Forest, the Tigers made themselves right at home by winning a pair of games on the same day – including the nightcap in thrilling fashion. Conway’s Juwon Moody hit the game-winning and championship-clinching shot at the buzzer... 

Pooh comes to the rescue as Tigers knock off Gators

Conway fans weren’t yelling “Boo!” in The Backyard late Friday night. They were shouting “Pooh!” – as in junior wide receiver Pooh Brantley, whose highlight-reel touchdown catch proved to be the game-winner in the Tigers’ 36-33 victory over Goose Creek in the first round of the Class 5A playoffs. With Conway trailing in the game for the first time at 33-28... 

5A Roundup: Tigers tackle Braves; Panthers falter late

Conway quarterback Peyton Derrick threw six touchdown passes and Deandre Huggins scored three to lead the Tigers to a 54-21 blowout over visiting rival Socastee and allow them to clinch a playoff berth Friday night at The Backyard. The Tigers (5-4 overall, 3-1 Region) took control from the very start, scoring in the opening minute on Huggins’ 5-yard run. After Socastee tied it up on Hunter... 

Week 11 Previews & Picks: Tigers work OT for payday

Welcome to Week Whatchamacallit. The games that were supposed to take place Week 8 (which is actually Week 7 because the SCHSL starts with Week 0) are actually being played in Week 11 (or is it 10?) since Hurricane Matthew tacked on two weeks to the schedule. Speaking of playing longer than planned, Conway has been putting in plenty of extra time on the gridiron lately. The Tigers have played a... 

5A Roundup: Derrick helps Tigers top Panthers in 3OT

The Conway High football team played a triple-overtime thriller for the second week in a row, but this time the extra work was well worth it. Conway placekicker Will Smith booted an 18-yard field to give the Tigers (4-4 overall, 2-1 Region 6-5A) a 51-48 victory over host Carolina Forest (7-2, 2-1), surviving a rivalry game that saw eight lead changes and four ties. After falling in triple OT to... 

Derrick, Sessions named to North-South All-Star Game

Under normal circumstances, being chosen to play in an all-star game is an honor few would turn down. But with all due respect to the North-South All-Star Football Game, this is one showcase a pair of local standouts wouldn’t mind missing for the chance to play for a Lower State Championship. Conway quarterback Peyton Derrick and Myrtle Beach athlete Keyonte Sessions were selected to play... 

Region 6-5A: Tigers lose in triple OT; Braves falter late

Grand Strand football fans were hungry for some football following a two-week layoff, but it was worth the wait for those who stayed for the end of Friday night’s triple-overtime thriller between Sumter and Conway. Unfortunately for the home fans at the Backyard, the Tigers (3-4 overall, 1-1 region) came out on the short end of the wild, back-and-forth contest by a 38-31 score in a tough... 
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