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Tigers, Sharks top local poll in home stretch of season

Despite a recent cold streak, the Conway High boys basketball team continues to top the latest Coastal Basketball Coaches Association poll. The Tigers (14-7 overall, 3-5 Region 6-4A) have lost five of their last seven to put their playoff hopes in jeopardy, but they remain ahead of No. 2 St. James (15-4, 6-2), which is also second in Region 7-3A. The Sharks face first-place Wilson on Tuesday. North... 

Girls Hoops: Socastee tops Conway; MB stays on roll

The Socastee High girls basketball team put itself in position to claim the final playoff spot in Region 6-4A with a 46-38 victory over host Conway on Tuesday night. Playing without injured leading scorer Shayla Baldwin, the Lady Braves (11-10 overall, 3-4 region) outscored the Lady Tigers 18-8 in the second quarter to pull away in an otherwise tight ballgame. Socastee’s Kira Bell scored a game-high... 

Girls Hoops: Socastee rolls behind Bell’s double-double

The Socastee High girls basketball team scored a big region win on the road on Tuesday night with a 41-22 victory over South Florence. Socastee’s Kira Bell scored yet another double-double, this time with game-highs in points and rebounds with 14 apiece. The Lady Braves (10-7 overall, 2-1 Region 6-4A) also got a strong effort from Shayla Baldwin with 13 points and six boards. Socastee will host... 

Boys Hoops: MB, Conway stay undefeated in regions

The Myrtle Beach High boys basketball team stayed undefeated in Region 7-3A play by defeating visiting Lake City 58-47 on Friday night. The Seahawks (5-10 overall, 2-0 region) outscored the Panthers 20-11 in the fourth quarter to break open a tight game. Myrtle Beach was led by Bryce Schneider with 15 points and Will Gray added 13. Lake City’s Clifton McFadden scored a team-high 12. * Wilson... 

Boys Hoops: Tigers trounce Braves; Panthers fall in OT

The Conway High boys basketball team rolled to a 59-33 victory over Socastee on Tuesday night to jump start the Region 6-4A schedule with a big road win. The Tigers (12-2 overall, 1-0 region), ranked No. 8 in the latest Class 4A poll, plays host to Sumter on Friday night. * West Florence 69, Carolina Forest 66: The Panthers took the visiting Knights to overtime before falling in the extra period of... 

Tigers, Chiefs, Sharks top first CBCA poll of the year

Conway High sits atop the first Coastal Basketball Coaches Assocation poll of 2015, which was released the same week in which the Tigers (11-2) suffered their first two losses of the season. Conway lost to state power Wando in the Lowcountry Classic in Charlston and to St. James before bouncing back to beat North Myrtle Beach, which is ranked No. 2 in the area poll. St. James climbed to third behind... 

Boys Hoops: Tigers fly past Chiefs; MB grounds Braves

The Conway High boys basketball team narrowly avoided a three-game losing streak by making a big second-half comeback against visiting North Myrtle Beach on Friday night. The Tigers (11-2) outscored the Chiefs (9-4) by a 24-7 margin in the fourth quarter to claim a 57-45 victory. Conway used a 32-10 overall run in the second half after a cold start. North Myrtle Beach took a 24-17 halftime after Conway... 

Conway, MB place players on SC’s Top 150 rankings

A trio of former Conway Tigers and one ex-Myrtle Beach Seahawk were named to The State’s “Greatest 150 South Carolina High School Football Players” list over the holidays. Conway High graduates George Gause, Junior Hemingway and Allen Patrick, who starred for the Tigers during their glory days from the late 1990s to early 2000s when they went to four Class 4A state championship games.... 

Lady Tigers salvage split at Lowcountry Classic tourney

The Conway High girls split a pair of games at the Lowcountry Classic at West Ashley High over the weekend. The Lady Tigers defeated host West Ashley 46-39 behind a double-double by Neci Hemingway. Her 10 points and 16 rebounds also came with three blocks. Lenaejha Evans led Conway with 11 points. Conway suffered a59-49 loss to Summerville in the opener despite a team-high 14 points by Zakera Chadmon,... 

Conway suffers first loss of season to No. 1 Warriors

The Conway High boys basketball team suffered its first loss of the season Saturday night at the Lowcountry Classic in Charleston, falling 53-39 to No. 1-ranked Wando at West Ashley High School. The Tigers (10-1), coming off a big win over Summerville on Friday to advance in the winners’ bracket, went ice cold in shooting against the Warriors (8-3), the defending Class 4A state champs. Conway... 
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