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Volleyball: MB, Socastee, CF roll past local rivals

The Myrtle Beach High girls volleyball team opened the season in impressive fashion on Monday by sweeping rival Conway on the road. Myrtle Beach won by scores of 25-10, 25-18 and 25-10. The Lady Seahawks (1-0) were led by Emily Wunder with 11 kills. Teammate Maggie Slabinski added 10 kills and Gracie Davis had six. Myrtle Beach plays its home opener Wednesday against Socastee. * Carolina Forest... 

Charlotte Christian shuts down Seahawks offense

The No. 1-ranked Myrtle Beach High football team opened the 2015 season Saturday in the nightcap of the Carolinas Kickoff Clash. The usually high-scoring Seahawks will have to wait until September to score their first touchdown. North Carolina power Charlotte Christian shut down the Seahawks in a surprising 24-3 win on Myrtle Beach’s home field of Doug Shaw Memorial Stadium. The Seahawks... 

Pigskin Kickoff: Seahawks seeking another state title

It wasn’t long after the Seahawks’ 2013 Class 3A state championship that fans started talking about three-peat. And it didn’t take very long for them to find out just how fragile a state title run can be. As fragile as the hand of quarterback Drayton Arnold, who is back as the starter for a third season after breaking his throwing thumb last year. The Seahawks still made it to... 

Swimming: MB girls place second; CF posts top 10s

Local swim teams got off to a splashing good start to the 2015 season in Saturday’s Ripley’s Aquarium Invitational, the largest high school swim meet in the state. Featuring more than 440 swimmers from 21 of South Carolina’s top boys and girls programs, the sixth annual event saw the Myrtle Beach girls finish second in their home pool at Pepper Geddings Recreation Center. Myrtle... 

Seahawks ranked No. 3 in first preseason football poll

The Myrtle Beach High football team isn’t the only one expecting to contend for a state title; the first preseason poll also sees the Seahawks as one of the top teams in Class 3A. The High School Sports Report released its South Carolina pigskin polls this week and Myrtle Beach is ranked No. 3 behind Upper State powers Greer and South Pointe. 2014 Lower State finalists Hartsville and Marlboro... 

MB sees 3 baseball players, 2 track athletes sign papers

Five Myrtle Beach High spring sports athletes signed National Letters of Intent to take their talents to the college level on Thursday. Three Myrtle Beach baseball players, who helped lead the Seahawks to the Region 7-3A title this season, made their commitments official. Pitcher Praise Thorsen signed with Lander University, Andrew Morris committed to North Greenville and Cody Thomas inked with... 

Sinclair follows QB’s lead, commits to Old Dominion

Myrtle Beach High football standouts Drayton Arnold and Brandon Sinclair and have one more season to claim another state championship, but it won’t be their last year playing together. One week after Arnold committed to play at Old Dominion, the star running back Sinclair followed his quarterback’s lead by pledging to play for the Monarchs at the next level. The duo, which led the Seahawks... 

Golf: Seahawks finish third; SJ passes NMB for eighth

Myrtle Beach made a big move in Tuesday’s final round of the Class 3A Boys Golf Tournament at the Hackler Course in Conway. Unfortunately for the Seahawks, so did newly crowned state champion AC Flora. In a three-way tie for fifth place entering the day, the Seahawks shot 2-over-par 289 to improve Monday’s first round by 25 strokes. However, it turned out to be the second-best round... 

MB in top 5 at state tourney; Chiefs, Sharks tied for 10th

The Myrtle Beach High boys golf team has some ground to make up in Tuesday’s second round of the Class 3A state championships, but fortunately for the Seahawks it is familiar territory. Playing close to home at Coastal Carolina University’s Hackler Course, the Lower State champion Seahawks shot 26-over-par 314 to move into a three-way tie for fifth place midway through the tournament.... 

MB’s Arnold makes verbal commitment to Monarchs

Myrtle Beach High quarterback Drayton Arnold has verbally committed to play at Old Dominion University, the rising senior announced Thursday. Following a recent visit, the dual-threat quarterback selected the Monarchs, who are transitioning to the Football Bowl Division in 2015. Old Dominion will be eligible for a bowl game this season and is joining Conference USA. Arnold, a 6-foot, 182-pound... 
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