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Lady Seahawks claim 10th victory over five-day span

The Myrtle Beach High girls volleyball team won its 10th match over a span of five days by defeating Oceanside Academy 3-0 on Wednesday. Coming off a tournament title at Saturday’s Lady Wildcat Invitational and a pair of region wins to start the week, the Lady Seahawks (25-1-1) put in even more overtime by hosting the Lady Landsharks out of Mt. Pleasant. Myrtle Beach won by scores of 25-15,... 

Seahawks win showdown with Chiefs in a tiebreaker

This one lived up to the hype. Tuesday’s first-place showdown of Region 7-4A unbeatens proved to be a true clash of the titans as Myrtle Beach escaped with a 3-2 victory over host North Myrtle Beach. The Lady Seahawks (24-1-1 overall, 4-0 region) rallied from a 2-1 deficit to defeat the Lady Chiefs (13-9, 3-1 region) in a fifth-set tiebreaker. Myrtle Beach won the opening set 25-14 but dropped... 

Lady Seahawks net third at Bishop England Invitational

The Myrtle Beach High girls tennis team followed up a strong showing at the Bishop England Fall Invitational over the weekend with a victory over rival Socastee on Monday. The Lady Seahawks finished third in the prestigious 16-team tournament at Snee Farms in Mt. Pleasant, losing only to eventual champion and host Bishop England in the semifinals. The Lady Bishop took a 4-2 decision over Myrtle... 

Volleyball: MB zips Braves to set up NMB showdown

The Myrtle Beach High volleyball team has accomplished a lot over the past week – winning the Lady Wildcat Invitational on Saturday and sweeping rival Socastee on Monday – but the biggest challenge comes Tuesday. Fresh off their championship in the Lexington tournament, the Lady Seahawks posted a 3-0 shutout over the visiting Lady Braves. But their minds immediately turned to Tuesday’s... 

Lady Seahawks run table, net Lexington tourney title

The Myrtle Beach High volleyball team set some lofty goals for itself this season, and the Lady Seahawks proved they can back it up Saturday by winning the prestigious Wildcat Invitational hosted by Lexington High. Myrtle Beach went a perfect 7-0 in the tournament against some of the toughest competition in the state to walk away with the championship trophy and improve to 22-1-1 on the season.... 

Seahawks take Victory Bell in slugfest with rival Tigers

The Victory Bell may have a little mud on it on this year, but it’s only fitting given the down and dirty defensive performance that sent the trophy back to Myrtle Beach from rival Conway. The No. 2-ranked Seahawks (6-0) used a suffocating defense in sloppy conditions at The Backyard on Friday night to recapture the coveted hardware with a 13-8 victory over the Tigers (2-3), whose only points... 

Athlete of the Week: Davis gives MB added dimension

Forget about 3D. The best way to describe this week’s multi-dimensional Mammy’s Kitchen Athlete of the Week Gracie Davis is 4D – as in dedication, driven, determination and developing her game. Her dedication to her teammates – both Myrtle Beach High and the Grand Strand Juniors pushed her teams to multiple wins and titles over the last few seasons. As an eight-grader in... 

MB tunes up for tourney by sweeping Marlboro County

The Myrtle Beach High volleyball team turned in an impressive tuneup before playing in a major tournament this weekend by shutting out visiting Marlboro County 3-0. The Lady Seahawks improved to 15-1-1 overall and 3-0 in Region 7-4A play by sweeping the Lady Bulldogs 25-6, 25-7, and 25-16. Myrtle Beach’s Sammy Shavitz led the Lady Seahawks with eight aces and Shirrie Shamah added six kills. The... 

Week 5 Previews & Picks: Rivalry time for local teams

The Battle for the Victory Bell has been a close rivalry in recent years, and that appears to be the case again Friday night when No. 2-ranked Myrtle Beach travels to The Backyard to take on Conway. The Class 5A Tigers (2-2) had a bye week to prepare for the Seahawks (5-0), who pulled out a 24-21 win over Carolina Forest last week. If recent history holds up in this year’s installment, expect... 

Seahawks slip spot in poll; Chiefs stand firm at No. 7

The Myrtle Beach High football team slipped from the top spot in the South Carolina Football Media Poll following the Seahawks’ 24-21 victory over Carolina Forest last week. Myrtle Beach fell to No. 2 in Class 4A despite improving to 5-0 with the win. But the move actually had less to do with the Seahawks’ close call and the impressive showing by new No. 1 South Pointe. South Pointe... 
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