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MB girls get back on track, head to Lower State semis

That’s more like it! After struggling in the first round of the Class 4A girls basketball playoffs, No. 2-ranked Myrtle Beach shifted back into beast mode Friday night by defeating third-seeded Darlington 46-22 in the second-round matchup. The Lady Seahawks (21-2) got off to another slow start before breaking the game wide open in the second quarter. Myrtle Beach outscored the Lady Falcons... 

Boys Playoffs: Five area teams are one-and-done

The Myrtle Beach High boys basketball team made a disappointing first-round exit from the Class 4A playoffs Wednesday night, falling at home to Dreher 55-52. The Seahawks tied the game at 50-all on a basket by Emorie Knox, who scored a team-high 20 points, and they took the lead at 52-50 on a pair of free throws by O’Neil McBride with 1:39 remaining. But Dreher scored the game’s final... 

5A Girls: Tomlin leads CF; Conway, Socastee survive

Alexis Tomlin 39, Ashley Ridge 38. That was the unofficial score to the Lady Panthers’ 51-38 victory over visiting Ashley Ridge in Tuesday’s opening round of the Class 5A girls basketball playoffs. Although it took a team effort to advance to the second round, Tomlin single-handedly outscored the Lady Swamp Foxes and carried her team to the win. Tomlin scored the first 14 for Carolina... 

4A Girls: MB sleepwalks to win; NMB, SJ drop openers

Fortunately for the No. 2-ranked Myrtle Beach High girls basketball team, there are no style points in the playoffs. The top-seeded Lady Seahawks (20-2) didn’t score many in Tuesday night’s 33-20 victory over visiting Dreher in the opening round of the Class 4A playoffs. Looking to make a repeat trip to the state championship game this season, Myrtle Beach didn’t get off to the... 

MB’s Swanson spoils Tigers’ sweep of all-region honors

This year’s All-Region 7-4A boys basketball team could be called the “All-Wilson” squad, except for a lone Seahawk to crack the starting lineup. Myrtle Beach junior Robert Swanson joins four Tigers on the first team, breaking up a clean sweep of the awards. Region champion, undefeated and top-ranked Wilson saw Jamal Bryant as Player of the Year, Derrick McQueen as Coach of the... 

Adderton, Seahawks lead All-Region 7-4A girls team

The Myrtle Beach High girls basketball team dominated the All-Region 7-4A squad just like the Lady Seahawks did the league schedule. After leading the Lady Seahawks to an undefeated region record and a No. 2 state ranking, senior Kiana Adderton was named Player of the Year honors and Jennifer Dennison was voted Coach of the Year. Senior Nia Sumpter joined Adderton on the first team, senior Kira... 

Seahawks celebrate Senior Night with sweep of Chiefs

On Senior Night for the Myrtle Beach High boys and girls basketball teams, the Seahawks swept arch-rival North Myrtle Beach Thursday and ensured it would not be their final home game of the season. Trailing¬† midway through the second period, the Myrtle Beach boys used an 19-3 run to close the second quarter and took control of the key showdown with the Chiefs with a 35-22 halftime lead. They cruised... 

Boys Hoops: Tigers defeat Panthers; MB beats MC

Having wrapped up the No. 3 seed in next week’s playoffs, the Conway High boys basketball team had little to play for in Tuesday night’s regular season finale. But with arch-rival Carolina Forest coming to town, the stakes hardly mattered. The Tigers (15-5 overall, 6-4 Region 6-5A) rallied back from a first-half deficit to down the Panthers 61-54 and deal their rivals’ playoff... 

Girls Hoops: Seahawks put final touches on region title

One goal down; one more to go. That’s the rallying cry for the Myrtle Beach High girls basketball team after the Lady Seahawks (18-2 overall, 7-0 region) took care of business Tuesday night with a 60-28 road victory over Marlboro County to clinch the Region 7-4A title and a No. 1 playoff seed. Myrtle Beach was led by its two senior stars – Kiana Adderton scored a game-high 21 points... 

Girls Hoops: NMB surprises Wilson; SJ earns playoff bid

The North Myrtle Beach High girls basketball team scored a huge win on the road, one that could give the Lady Chiefs at least one more home game this season. North Myrtle Beach upset No. 5 Wilson 60-54 on Friday night in Florence to secure at least a share of second place in Region 7-4A. The Lady Chiefs (14-8 overall, 5-2 region) close the regular season at first-place Myrtle Beach on Thursday... 
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