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Kickoff Countdown: `MB’s Got Talent’ hits TV this fall

Myrtle Beach High football coach Mickey Wilson has heard all of the jokes about his Seahawks playing four televised games on Thursday nights this fall. At the CNB Kickoff Classic press conference earlier this month, he was teased that his team was getting more air time this fall than the local TV sports anchors in attendance. But who wants to share the Friday night lights when you can have the... 

MB moves first home game to rival North Myrtle Beach

The Myrtle Beach High football team will play two games at North Myrtle Beach High this season. Unfortunately for local fans, the arch-rival Seahawks and Chiefs will meet only once during the regular season. Due to ongoing construction at Doug Shaw Memorial Stadium, the home of the Seahawks, Myrtle Beach has moved its Aug. 25 home game against Charlotte Christian to North Myrtle Beach. The Chiefs... 

Thursday Night Lights? MB tops local teams in TV time

Thursday Night Lights? It might not have the same ring to it as the traditional Friday version, but the date change means playing under the bright TV lights for several Grand Strand area high school football teams. Local station WWMB (CW 21) will give gridiron teams the opportunity to play football in prime time by airing contests on six consecutive Thursday evenings this season. All games are... 

MB’s Hardin helps propel South to all-star game win

Myrtle Beach High graduate Hunter Hardin got to play one last soccer game in his high school career in Saturday’s North-South Soccer Classic at TL Hanna High in Anderson. The midfielder helped the South squad score a 3-2 victory over the North. It was the South’s first win since settling for back-to-back ties in the previous two seasons. The South’s win also signaled a bit of... 

Athlete of Season: MB’s Roberts tops brilliant field

In one of the most decorated fields in Mammy’s Kitchen Athlete of the Season voting history, it only makes sense that the winners shined on the diamond this spring. All-State Myrtle Beach High softball player Cayce Roberts received nearly 20,000 votes to earn the title, followed by Seahawks baseball counterpart Cameron Bodge. North Myrtle Beach’s Cissy Doolittle and Conway’s Neci... 

Bell one of nine Seahawks to sign to play at next level

Kira Bell became the third Myrtle Beach High girls basketball player to sign a Division I scholarship on Wednesday, and eight of her fellow student-athletes joined her in making their college and prep school plans official in a ceremony at the school. Bell signed to play at South Carolina State after teammates Kiana Adderton and Nia Sumpter previously committed to play at Wright State. Transferring... 

Golf: Grigg wins state title, leads Seahawks to second

Myrtle Beach High sophomore Holden Grigg captured the state boys golf individual championship and led the Seahawks to a second-place finish at the SCHSL Class 4A Championships on Tuesday. Holden fired a two-day total of 14-under-par 130, a course record for a two-round tournament at The Barony in Hilton Head Island. His back-to-back rounds of 65 were also a two-day record for the state tournament. The... 

Three local juniors, one JR make all-state soccer team

Four Grand Strand area athletes made the South Carolina High School Soccer Coaches Association All-State Team – three juniors and one “JR”. Myrtle Beach High senior JR Stanley and Lady Seahawks counterpart Tristan Gordon made the Class 4A squad after leading their teams to the Lower State semifinals. Gordon, who surpassed the 100-goal mark for her career during the playoffs, is... 

Boys Soccer: MB, Socastee suffer tough losses in semis

In a rematch of last year’s Class 3A boys soccer state championship game between Myrtle Beach and Chapin, the outcome was the same in Saturday’s Class 4A Lower State semifinal – a tough one-goal loss for the Seahawks. Although a more defensive game than last year’s 3-2 Chapin win in the state title match, the Eagles got the game’s only goal in the final minutes of... 

Girls Soccer: Myrtle Beach falls to state-champ Chapin

The Myrtle Beach High girls soccer team’s season came to an end Friday night in the Class 4A Lower State semifinals, falling on the road to defending state champion Chapin 6-0. On a cool and windy night in the Midlands, the Lady Seahawks battled the state champs on their home turf and held their own for a half as the game remained scoreless until the waning minutes before intermission. But... 
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