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Softball: Seahawks ace MC; Tigers take down Panthers

The Myrtle Beach softball team got a four-hitter from pitcher Carly Grace Bodge to beat visiting Marlboro County 6-1 in a Region 7-4A contest on Friday. The Lady Seahawks (5-3 overall, 2-1 region) provided Bodge with plenty of offense to earn the win on the mound. Cayce Roberts (2-for-4, RBI), Mckenzie Coble (2-for-4, 2 RBIs) and KK Brown-Spivey (2-for-3, 2 RBIs) led Myrtle Beach at the plate. The... 

Softball: Seahawks light up Loris; Sumter shuts out CF

The Myrtle Beach High softball team turned Monday’s game against Loris into a batting practice session, blasting the Lady Lions 25-9. Mackenzie Coble hit a grand slam and KK Brown-Spivey went 3-for-4 with a pair of doubles to lead the Lady Seahawks’ hit parade. Myrtle Beach’s Rylie Troxell and Madison Needle also had big nights at the plate with four hits a piece. Carly Grace... 

Myrtle Beach takes second spot at Panther Invitational

The Myrtle Beach High boys golf team made a runner-up showing at the Panthers Invitational on a windy Saturday at The Hackler Course at CCU. With heavy gusts of up to 30 mph wrecking havoc on a strong field, Myrtle Beach shot a team total of 301 – nine strokes behind tournament champion Hilton Head Island (292). Myrtle Beach freshman Keegan Vaugh shot even-par 72 to tie for second medalist... 

Seahawks slip past Sharks and into top spot in region

The Myrtle Beach High baseball team captured a big region road win Friday night with a 3-2 victory over host St. James. Myrtle Beach pitchers Cameron Bodge and Lawson Cribb outdueled St. James’ Tyler String and Kolby Robtoy, with both reliever throwing four scoreless innings and allowing only two hits apiece. Myrtle Beach’s Jonah McElheney, Jay Morris and Cribb drove in runs for the... 

Soccer: MB girls edge SJ; Sharks, Chiefs roll to wins

The Myrtle Beach High girls soccer team won a huge first-place showdown in Region 7-4A on Friday night, defeating visiting St. James 5-4 in a thriller at chilly Ashley Booth Field. Myrtle Beach’s Tristan Gordon and Taylor Pirttima scored two goals apiece and Charis Dorman added another as the Lady Seahawks (6-0, 2-0 region) downed the Lady Sharks (5-1, 1-1) in a battle of unbeatens. After... 

Soccer: MB, NMB boys win; SJ, CF girls score shutouts

The Myrtle Beach boys soccer team broke open a tight halftime contest with visiting Wilson to roll to victory by a convincing 8-2 score. Seahawks senior J.R. Stanley’s first-half goal left Myrtle Beach in a 1-all draw at intermission, but they exploded in the second half. Coby Arambula scored a pair of goals, both on assists by Declan McGonigal, an he assisted a goal by Shavoy Brown, who... 

Seahawks boys, girls beat Chiefs in lacrosse twinbill

The Myrtle Beach High boys lacrosse program spent its first two years of existence learning how to play. On Saturday, the Seahawks showed they’ve learned how to win. With Saturday’s tough match against upstart rival North Myrtle Beach tied in the final minutes of the third quarter, the Seahawks (2-2) scored six unanswered goals to claim a 9-3 victory over the visiting Chiefs at Ashley... 

Baseball: Seahawks score one-run win over Socastee

The season may young but the Myrtle Beach High baseball team is already showing a knack for clutch performances. Such was the case again with Wednesday night’s 2-1 road victory over rival Socastee. After scoring a pair of one-run wins over Aynor and Cardinal Newman over the weekend in the Baseball at the Beach tournament, the tested Seahawks squeaked out another one against the Braves with... 

Boys Soccer: MB, Socastee score wins over local rivals

In about the same amount of time it takes to microwave a Hot Pocket, the Myrtle Beach High boys soccer heated up to deliver a knockout blow against rival Carolina Forest. Trailing 1-0 in the first half, the Seahawks (4-2) scored three goals in the span of 5 minutes to seize control of the match against the host Panthers. Myrtle Beach’s Nick Beauchamp tied it up with a penalty kick in the... 

Softball: Sharks, Seahawks rally late to top county foes

The St. James High softball team rallied late to claim an 8-6 comeback victory over rival Socastee in its season opener at Finway Park on Tuesday. Trailing 6-2 entering the bottom of the fifth, the Lady Sharks scored two runs to cut the deficit in half, then they erupted for four runs in the bottom of the sixth to take their first lead of the game. St. James starter Brooks Spiva nailed down the... 
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