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Boys Soccer: MB’s Aguilar, NMB’s Cardoza play heroes

The No. 1-ranked Myrtle Beach High boys soccer team got a standout individual performance from Adolpho Aguilar to defeat Hanahan 3-1 in Thursday’s second round of the Class 3A state playoffs. Playing in blustery conditions at Doug Shaw Memorial Stadium, the Seahawks saw Aguilar record a hat trick, scoring all three of Myrtle Beach’s goals to advance to the Lower State semifinals. Aguilar... 

Girls Soccer: MB, SJ win; NMB ousted in double OT

Region 7-3A continued to flex its muscle in the girls soccer playoffs, with the potential for an all-local Lower State championship match still in the works. No. 4-ranked Myrtle Beach made quick work of visiting Airport for a 9-0 victory in the second round of the Class 3A playoffs, setting up a Friday showdown with the winner of Wednesday’s Wilson-Brookland Cayce matchup. Abigail Gonzalez... 

Rice named Region 7-3A Player of the Year for MB

Myrtle Beach High football standout Elijah Rice made a successful transition this spring to soccer, earning Region 7-3A Player of the Year honors for the No. 1-ranked Seahawks. The senior forward joins teammates Adolpho Aguilar, Foster Russell, Abdul Masharifov, Mark Phillips, and Hunter Hardin on the All-Region 7-3A first team, and fellow Seahawks Lenin Molina made the second squad. North Myrtle... 

Baseball: MB, NMB falter; Stoneking’s 12 Ks lead SJ

Under normal circumstances, Myrtle Beach High senior pitcher Michael Calamari’s performance would have been good enough for a win. Unfortunately for the Seahawks, Gilbert counterpart Boyce Kobleur was even better, shutting out Myrtle Beach and sending it to elimination from the Class 3A playoffs. Calamari scattered five hits over six innings, struck out three batters and walked only one to... 

Girls Soccer: Seahawks set tone for Region 7-3A sweep

Region 7-3A lived up to its reputation as one of the top leagues for girls soccer by sweeping all four of its first-round playoffs games on Monday. All three local teams won via shutouts and fourth-seeded Wilson upset Hartsville 3-2. The No. 4-ranked and top-seeded Myrtle Beach High girls soccer team spread the ball around nicely in a 7-0 win in the first round of the Class 3A playoffs. Myrtle... 

MB’s Gordon named girls region player of the year

Myrtle Beach High sophomore Tristan Gordon was named the Player of the Year and Blair Mueller was named Coach of the Year in the All-Region 7-3A Girls Soccer awards. The Lady Seahawks, who earned the region championship and are currently ranked No. 4 in the state, claimed seven spots on the first team, while runner-up North Myrtle Beach took four first-team positions. St. James’ Haley Brandon... 

No. 1 Seahawks cap region sweep by downing Sharks

The No. 1-ranked Myrtle Beach High boys soccer team competed a clean sweep of Region 7-3A and won its ninth consecutive game with an 8-2 victory over host St. James on Thursday night. Myrtle Beach senior Adolfo Aguilar scored four goals and dished out an assist in his final regular season game for the Seahawks (19-2-1 overall, 10-0 region), and junior Lenin Molina tallied two goals to lead the... 

Myrtle Beach nets revenge, region title in win over NMB

The No. 8 Myrtle Beach High girls soccer team had plenty of reasons to celebrate Thursday night – Senior Night, a region championship and a bit of revenge in a 6-1 victory over rival North Myrtle Beach. With the Region 7-3A title on the line, the Lady Seahawks (14-2 overall 9-1 region) avenged a 1-0 loss to the No. 10 Lady Chiefs (11-6, 8-2) earlier this season thanks to an outstanding performance... 

Athlete of the Week: Bodge a team player for Seahawks

When Myrtle Beach High sophomore softball standout Carly Grace Bodge pitched a shutout of Wilson in last week’s key region contest, there might have been a surge of athleticism running through the family as her older brother Cameron Bodge did the same that night for the baseball Seahawks. “It was very exciting” said Carly Grace Bodge. “Cameron and I both have spent our childhood... 

Myrtle Beach erupts in first inning to blast past Conway

The Myrtle Beach High baseball team delivered a first-inning knockout punch that non-region rival Conway couldn’t overcome as the Seahawks claimed a 9-5 victory over the visiting Tigers on Wednesday. The Seahawks exploded for seven runs in the opening frame, batting through the order and cashing n on three Conway errors to put the game away early. The Tigers battled back by scoring in each... 
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