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Lacrosse: Seahawks sweep rival Chiefs in first meeting

The Myrtle Beach High boys and girls lacrosse teams scored a sweep over North Myrtle Beach on the road Monday night in the first-ever meeting between the two programs. The Lady Seahawks opened the twinbill with an impressive 17-4 victory over the first-year Lady Chiefs. Myrtle Beach was led by Athena Vereen with eight goals. The boys game featured a much tighter contest as the Seahawks captured... 

Myrtle Beach opens season with big win over Socastee

The Myrtle Beach High softball team kicked off the 2017 season strong with a dominating 19-2 road victory over rival Socastee on Monday. Myrtle Beach’s Carly Grace Bodge pitched a three-hitter to lead the Lady Seahawks (1-0), who return to action Tuesday to make their home debut against Loris. Leading the way for Myrtle Beach on the offensive side was Lindsey Coble, who went 4-for-5 and with... 

Soccer: MB, NMB girls net shutouts over county rivals

The Myrtle Beach High girls soccer team bounced back from a tough loss to one local rival to score a big win over another. The Lady Seahawks (1-1) shut out Carolina Forest 4-0 on Friday night, just 24 hours after suffering a 3-1 loss at Socastee. Myrtle Beach junior Tristin Gordon scored a pair of goals and Josie Posma and Wendy Arneberg added one apiece to lead the Lady Seahawks. * North Myrtle... 

Soccer: MB boys rally past Socastee; Lady Braves roll

The Myrtle Beach boys soccer team rallied in the second half to defeat rival Socastee on Thursday thanks to a late goal by senior Lerol Parchment. With the game tied at 1-all in the 69th minute, Parchment took an assist from fellow senior Hunter Hardin and buried it in the back of the net for the game-winner. The goal capped a come-from-behind win that saw Socastee take the early lead on a penalty... 

Wrestling: MB’s Desjardins finishes runner-up in state

Myrtle Beach High senior Stephen Desjardins closed out his high school wrestling career the way he had always dreamed – on the center mat at the SCHSL Individual State Wrestling Championships with a chance to go out on top. Unfortunately, Desjardins’ crowning moment fell one win short in a 10-4 loss to David Maholtz in the 182-pound championship match. Desjardins’s state runner-up... 

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... 
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