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Strand’s top 5 chances to snap winter sports spell

The high school winter sports season hits the home stretch this week with the start of the SCHSL state playoffs, and Grand Strand area teams are looking to end a cold streak. Although the Strand is known for producing state champions in the fall and spring sports, it’s been seven long years since an Horry County school claimed an SCHSL team state title in a winter sport (Myrtle Beach girls basketball,... 

Six Tigers sign; Moody’s stock rises with the Tide

The record-setting stock market has nothing on Conway High football standout Jaylen Moody’s rising recruiting stock in recent months. The 6-foot-2, 218-pound linebacker signed with national champion Alabama on Wednesday as one of six Tigers to finalize their college choices. Moody, the Region 6-5A Defensive Player of the Year, selected the Crimson Tide following a climatic recruiting season.... 

Conway officially removes ‘interim’ from Terry’s title

Carlton Terry dropped the “interim” from his title Monday, according to myhorrynews. Terry was named Conway High School’s head football coach. The 49-year-old had served as the interim head coach last season after longtime coach Chuck Jordan was removed. He guided the Tigers to 10 wins and a region championship. “I feel excited and humbled at the same time that I get an... 

Boys Hoops: No. 3 Tigers falter; MB rallies past NMB

It took a little time for the Myrtle Beach High boys basketball team to get rolling in Tuesday night’s second-place matchup with region rival North Myrtle Beach. But once the Seahawks got it in gear, they blew past the Chiefs for a 63-55 victory over the visitors. North Myrtle Beach hit six 3-pointers in the first quarter en route to a 24-9 lead over the shellshocked Seahawks. But the Chiefs... 

Conway sweeps Socastee; NMB, SJ games postponed

The Conway High boys and girls basketball teams swept visiting Socastee on Wednesday night, winning both games by double figures. The Lady Tigers took a 34-24 victory over the Lady Braves, followed by the No. 2-ranked Conway boys battling past the Braves 60-49. Conway’s girls were led in scoring by Meme Williams with 15 points and in rebounding by Neci Hemingway, who posted a double-double... 

Hoops: Chiefs, Tigers use last-second shots for wins

North Myrtle Beach High’s Cooper Chandler picked the right time to find the hot hand in the Chiefs’ 53-50 victory over region foe Marlboro County on Friday. Coming off a team-high 18 point performance in Wednesday’s Region 7-4A opening win over St. James, Chandler was limited to only 2 points until the final seconds against the Bulldogs. Chandler made a steal and hit the game-winning... 

Tigers win Panther Classic repeat, remain undefeated

The Conway Tigers won the Panther Classic at Carolina Forest High School for the second year in a row. Conway defeated South Miami in a thriller, 42-40. The Tigers are undefeated on the year, sitting at 11-0. Conway defeated Carvers Bay and Voyager Academy in the opening rounds to advance to face South Miami. In other Classic games Friday, the Carolina Forest Panthers won their 2nd straight game... 

Panther Classic: Tigers & Panthers win, Seahawks fall

Carolina Forest boys basketball defeated Christ Church in the 2nd round of the Panther Classic 45-38. The Panthers defense fought hard, holding Christ Church to only 38 points.  Carolina Forest was led by Mason Garcia with 13 points. Matt Beale contributed 9, while Kyle Watkins and T-Jay Brunson each had 7. Other scorers include Kevin Jackson 4, Jackson Weatherwax 3 and Derek Alston 2. The Panthers... 

Conway boys, NMB girls continue winning streaks

North Myrtle Beach High seems to have a thing for JV coaching call-ups. Following the football team’s record-setting season under first-year coach Matt Reel, the Lady Chiefs basketball team is experiencing a similar surge under newcomer Brooke Smith, winning their eighth straight game Monday in impressive fashion over host Conway, 62-26. North Myrtle Beach dominated from start to finish,... 

Girls Hoops: Sharks, Chiefs roll; Tigers take tough loss

The Conway High girls basketball team suffered its third straight defeat Friday night – a 56-41 home upset by Marion – and this was a double loss. Shortly after star senior Neci Hemingway was honored for making her 1,000th career rebound, she was injured in the second quarter and was unable to finish. There was no immediate word on her condition. Teammates Meme Williams and Lenaejah... 
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