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Region 6-4A: Tigers thump Braves; Panthers clipped

The Conway High football team’s second meeting of the season with rival Socastee looked a lot like the first – one-sided. The visiting Tigers took a 45-6 victory over the Braves on Friday night, giving them a total of 100 points scored against Socastee this season. Conway won the Week 2 meeting 55-0. Conway’s Jah’Maine Martin rushed for three touchdowns and quarterback Peyton... 

Derrick hurls seven TDs in Tigers’ return to Graveyard

Despite the excitement surrounding Conway’s return to The Graveyard, it took the Tigers a little time to awaken the spirits of their old haunt. But quarterback Peyton Derrick’s seven touchdown passes led Conway to a 60-28 victory over West Florence at CCU’s Brooks Stadium on Friday night. Recent flooding forced the Tigers to move their Region 6-4A opener down Highway 501 to the... 

Conway’s Edwards chosen to play in 2015 Shrine Bowl

Conway High standout wide receiver Bryan Edwards is the Grand Strand’s lone selection to the 2015 North Carolina/South Carolina Shrine Bowl. The all-star rosters were released Monday for players to compete in the Dec. 19 high school football showcase at Furman University’s Gibbs Stadium in Greenville, SC. The 6-foot-2, 212-pound Edwards has been a four-year starter for the Tigers, amassing... 

Victory Bell tolls for Tigers in big win over Seahawks

Conway High senior running back Jah’Maine Martin started it, and sophomore backup Daiquawn Clark finished it. In between, the Tigers turned in a valiant effort to capture the Victory Bell for the first time since 2011 with a 25-22 victory over rival Myrtle Beach on Friday night in The Backyard. The Tigers (5-1) continued their turnaround season in impressive fashion to bring the coveted trophy... 

XC: Conway boys, girls run past rival Myrtle Beach

The Conway High boys and girls cross country teams defeated Myrtle Beach on Tuesday, including a perfect score of 15 for the Lady Tigers. Conway had the top-five finishers, led by medalist Kiena Smith (22:11). Aylssa Waibel (22:50), Claire Skipper (24:45), Edris Davis (24:57) and Sabrina Brengeo Conway (27:22) completed the clean sweep for the Lady Tigers. Myrtle Beach had 42 points, led by Karisa... 

Week 5 Previews & Picks: Rivalries see role reversals

OK football fans, rewind your minds about one month and be honest: If someone had told you Friday night’s Battle for the Victory Bell would feature a surging 4-1 team against a struggling 2-2 squad, would you have correctly guessed which one was Conway and which was Myrtle Beach? Or maybe you needed a few more hints. One team has more than 1,126 passing yards for 13 touchdowns; the other... 

Football: Tigers, Sharks roll to impressive road victories

Conway proved that last week’s embarrassing loss to Hartsville was a fluke by bouncing back for a 46-22 victory over No. 9-ranked Marlboro County on Friday night in Bennettsville. Tigers wide receiver and South Carolina commit Bryan Edwards scored three touchdowns, including the first two of the game in the first quarter to give Conway an early 12-0 lead. Jah’Maine Martin ran one in... 

Football: Tigers, Saints run into high-scoring offenses

Conway’s defense had only allowed one touchdown over its previous two games. Hartsville more than blew the curve by routing the Tigers in The Backyard 57-26 on Friday night. Shy McPhail rushed for three touchdowns and Jalen Jacobs added two more as the Red Foxes used a late burst to pull away from the pesky Tigers. A long touchdown pass from Peyton Derrick to Bryan Edwards put Conway (3-1)... 

Week 3 Previews & Picks: Conway faces first big test

Conway has been impressive in getting off to a 3-0 start, but Friday night we get to find out exactly how good the Tigers are. Also-undefeated Hartsville comes to The Backyard for a huge non-region matchup, and that’s just the start of a tough stretch September stretch against Marlboro County and Myrtle Beach. All the talk is about Conway’s offensive weapons – receivers Bryan... 

Conway scores early, often to knock out Socastee 43-8

It had been three long years since Conway won three games in a season. It only took the Tigers 15 seconds to get a jump on ending that streak – and it only took them three weeks to get it. Conway’s Juwon Moody returned the opening kickoff for a touchdown to kick-start a 43-8 blowout victory over rival Socastee on Friday night in The Backyard. The Tigers (3-0) simply had too much talent... 
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