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Baseball: MB, CF use small ball to earn big region wins

The Myrtle Beach High baseball team scored the game’s only run in the seventh inning to edge visiting St. James 1-0 on Wednesday. Myrtle Beach pitcher Praise Thorsen and St. James righthander Trent Revis went the distance in this Region 7-3A pitcher’s duel before the Seahawks (3-3) managed to push the winning run across the plate. Revis struck out five and allowed only four hits and one... 

Soccer at the Beach has local, international flavor

The 2014 Soccer at the Beach tournament will have a local and international flavor when it kicks off Friday at the Pepper Geddings Recreation Center in Myrtle Beach. One of the upstart tournament’s goals is to attract top teams from around the state and beyond, and this year it didn’t have to look very far. The boys and girls fields include Myrtle Beach, Socastee and St. James, all of which... 

Softball Roundup: MB, SJ claim key region victories

The Myrtle Beach High girls softball team won its second game in as many days Thursday, shutting out Wilson 18-0 on the road. Eighth-grade pitchers Emmalee Ballard and Carly Bodge combined to throw a one-hitter in the region opener for the Lady Seahawks (3-1 overall, 1-0 Region 7-3A). Myrtle Beach’s leading hitters were McKenzie Coble (3-for-3 with four RBIs and three runs scored), Keocia Walker... 

Seahawks open boys tennis season with win over Saints

The Myrtle Beach boys tennis team captured a 6-1 victory over visiting Christian Academy on Wednesday. Myrtle Beach’s No. 1 single John Ed Cahill needed a tiebreaker to take down Saints counterpart Allen Butler by a hard-fought 2-6, 6-0, 10-8 score. But the rest of the Seahawks’ singles players – No. 2 Isaac Giddens, No. 3 Anatoly Policastro, No. 4 Josh Wallen and No. 5 Todd Woodard... 

MB’s Cooper, Swanson top list on CBCA all-star squad

The Myrtle Beach High boys basketball team’s magical playoff run came to a halt Saturday night, but a pair of Seahawks senior top the list of the 2013-13 Coastal Basketball Coaches Association’s all-star team. Myrtle Beach’s Soloman Cooper was named the CBCA Player of the Year, and he was joined on the first squad by teammate Brooks Swanson. The Seahawks were ranked No. 1 in the state... 

Seahawks run out of magic in Lower State title game

The Myrtle Beach High boys basketball team finally ran out of comeback magic in Saturday night’s Class 3A Lower State Final in Florence. The Seahawks (22-7) found themselves in a double-digit deficit for the third consecutive playoff game, but this time the comeback fell short. Myrtle Beach saw its surprisingly strong season come to a close with a 66-60 defeat to Darlington (19-5) at the Florence... 

MB one win from state with OT rally past Midland Valley

The Myrtle Beach boys basketball team proved once again Wednesday night that it’s not how you start that counts, but how you finish. The top-seeded Seahawks got off to a slow start for the second straight playoff game but once again caught fire down the stretch to defeat visiting Midland Valley 55-51 in overtime of the Lower State semifinals. Myrtle Beach managed to score only 17 points in the... 

Lady Seahawks’ surprising playoff run stopped by O-W

The Myrtle Beach High girls basketball team’s surprisingly strong season came to an end in the Class 3A Lower State semifinals on Tuesday night with a 56-27 loss to top-seeded Orangeburg-Wilkerson. The Lady Seahawks were overwhelmed by the visiting O-W squad, which advances to Saturday’s Lower State Final on Saturday at the Florence Civic Center. Myrtle Beach finished the season with a... 

MB’s Cooper, Walker collect honors amid state title runs

The honors keep rolling in for Myrtle Beach High boys and girls basketball standouts Soloman Cooper and Keocia Walker. Both were named to the South Carolina Basketball Coaches Association all-state teams on Monday, just days after they were named the Region 7-3A Players of the Year. And the duo isn’t finished; the MBHS boys and girls host Lower State semifinals in a Wednesday doubleheader. The... 

Lady Seahawks soar into Lower State semifinals

The Myrtle Beach High girls basketball team did it with defense Saturday night, shutting down visiting Lakewood 48-29 to advance to the Class 3A Lower State semifinals. The Lady Seahawks played lock-down D in the second half, holding Lakewood to just 11 points over the final two periods. That allowed Myrtle Beach to pull away following a tight first half. Myrtle Beach took a 25-18 lead into the locker... 
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