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Eager Seahawks come out swinging in season opener

The Myrtle Beach Seahawks kicked off their season Thursday night against visiting West Brunswick (NC) with high expectations to defend their 2013 Class 3A state championship. It didn’t take them long to rise to the occasion. Myrtle Beach scored three first-quarter touchdowns in the span of 6 minutes en route to a convincing 42-14 victory in the Derrick Law Firm Kickoff Clash at Doug Shaw Memorial... 

Week 1 Previews & Picks: Seahawks ready for repeat

When Myrtle Beach High takes the field for Thursday night’s opener to the Jadakiss tune “The Champ Is Here,” the song takes on deeper significance this season for the Seahawks. Following their amazing run to the Class 3A state championship, the Seahawks have to show they can handle success as well as adversity as they start the 2014 campaign. And they don’t have to look back... 

MB legend Shaw inaugural member of SC Hall of Fame

Legendary Myrtle Beach High football coach Doug Shaw will be one of the founding members of the South Carolina Football Coaches Association’s inagural Hall of Fame class, the group anounced Tuesday. Shaw, who died of a heart attack following 25 seasons as head coach of the Seahawks, is now the namesake of Myrtle Beach’s home stadium. He led the Seahawks to four state championships in the... 

Seahawks QB Arnold gets Ohio offer, ACC curiousity

Myrtle Beach High junior quarterback Drayton Arnold has received his first scholarship offer and may have many more to come, according to a report on SportsTalkSC.com. Recruiting analyst/radio talk-show host Phil Kornblut reported Sunday that Arnold has been offered by Ohio University, where Seahawks senior wide receiver Kyle Belack committed last month. But it appears the 6-foot, 180-pounder will... 

Seahawks WR Belack calls reverse from Herd to Ohio

Kyle Belack hasn’t caught his first pass for the Myrtle Beach High football team, but the senior wide receiver has run one reverse. The 5-foot-11, 190-pounder has decommitted from Marshall and verbally committed to attend Ohio University next fall, according to a report on 247 Sports. Belack originally have his word to the Thundering Herd after a visit but was swayed by the Bobcats during a recent... 

Seahawks ranked among SC’s top football programs

MaxPreps released its list of the top high school football programs in the state over the past 10 years, and the Myrtle Beach Seahawks came in at an impressive No. 6 ranking. In commemmoration of its 10h anniversary, Max Preps compiled the list by taking its South Carolina Top 25 Poll over thge past decade. A No. 1 ranking earns 25 points while a No. 25 ranking nets one point, and the totals were cumilated... 

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... 
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