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Lone loss costs Seahawks shot at 7-on-7 passing title

Myrtle Beach High suffered only one defeat at the Palmetto State Showdown 7-on-7 passing tournament. Unfortunately for the Seahawks, it came during elimination play in the quarterfinals. After going a perfect 5-0 in Friday’s pool play, Myrtle Beach started Saturday on fire as well, defeating Union County 42-33 and Bob Jones 47-34 to earn a No. 1 seed and a first-round bye in the single-elimination... 

Seahawks, Tigers pass test at Palmetto State Shootout

The Myrtle Beach and Conway High football teams are flying high after Friday’s first round of the Palmetto State Shootout 7-on-7 tournament in Duncan, SC. Featuring 20 of the top teams from the Carolinas, Georgia, Alabama, Tennessee and New Jersey, the Seahawks and Tigers both went undefeated in the passing-league format. Myrtle Beach, the defending Class 3A state champion, defeated Southern... 

Myrtle Beach’s Zeltner nets Region Player of the Year

There’s no questioning Tori Zeltner’s talent. And after the dramatic conclusion of Myrtle Beach’s season, there’s no questioning her toughness either. Zeltner suffered a broken nose against North Myrtle Beach, and the next night, in the season finale against St. James and with the region title on the line, Zeltner donned a facemask and played a key role in clinching the Lady... 

Soccer: Seahawks, Braves’ seasons end in 2-1 defeats

It took two halves of regulation, four overtime periods and a shootout to bring the Myrtle Beach High boys soccer team’s season to an end Saturday night. The Seahawks (19-4-1) suffered a 2-1 defeat to visiting James Island (17-3-0) in the Lower State semifinals after the game ended in a 1-all tie after 80 minutes of regulation and 30 minutes of overtime. The Trojans outscored the Seahawks 4-2... 

Soccer: Seahawks splash past Swansea; Braves wait

The top-seeded Myrtle Beach High boys soccer team gave up a rare goal in Thursday night’s rain-soaked second-round playoff game against visiting Swansea. But the Seahawks offense more than made up for the rare occurrence, scoring early and often in a 6-1 victory to advance to the Class 3A Lower State semifinals. The Seahawks (19-3-1) have won 15 games via shutout this season but gave up a goal... 

Soccer: MB, St. James roll into Lower State semifinals

The Myrtle Beach High girls soccer team advanced to the Class 3A Lower State semifinals with an impressive 3-0 victory over visiting Airport on Wednesday. The Lady Seahawks (17-1), who have hold home field through the Lower State Final if they continue to win, will welcome the winner between Hilton Head and Brookland-Cayce on Friday. Myrtle Beach got on the scoreboard in the first half on a goal by... 

Athlete of the Week: Moore has MB on a shutout streak

Myrtle Beach High sophomore goalkeeper Gabby Moore and her Lady Seahawk teammates have a winning philosophy that is both simple and effective. “If they don’t score, we can’t lose,” said Moore, the Grand Strand Athlete of the Week. “We take that approach every game and try to shut out everybody we play.” You can’t argue with the results. The Lady Seahawks (16-1)... 

Soccer: Seahawks shut out Hanahan in opening round

The top-seeded Myrtle Beach High boys soccer team posted their 16th shutout of the season to score a 1-0 victory over No. 4 Hanahan on Tuesday in the first round of the Class 3A playoffs. The Seahawks (17-3-1) did it with defense again to advance to Thursday’s second round against the winner of Swansea and Lakewood. If they continue to win, they will play at home all the way to the Lower State... 

Soccer: MB nets region title; Lady Saints fall in semifinals

The Myrtle Beach High girls soccer team wrapped up the Region 7-3A championship on its home field Thursday night, defeating St. James 2-0 to clinch the Lady Seahawks’ first region title since 2011. The No. 13-ranked Lady Seahawks (15-1 overall, 10-0 region) made it a clean sweep through the region and put a cap on the regular season wityh yet another shutout victory, their sixth consecutive goose... 

Soccer: Seahawks, Sharks win, set up key showdown

The St. James High girls soccer team kept their slim region repeat hopes alive with a 2-1 comeback victory over rival Socastee on Wednesday night. Trailing 1-0 at halftime, the Lady Sharks (9-3-1 overall, 7-1 Region 7-3A) evened the score on a header by Haley Brandon off a corner kick. The match remained deadlocked until three minutes left to play, when Brandon assisted Jenny Breeden for the game-winner. The... 
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