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Lady Seahawks sail into Lower State semifinals

The Myrtle Beach High girls tennis team played its way into the Class 4A Lower State semifinals on Tuesday by defeating visiting Chapin 5-1 in the second round of the playoffs at the Myrtle Beach Tennis Center. The Lady Seahawks were led by Nos. 1 and 2 singles players Bailey Deskins and Paxton Gentry, who also learned of their selection to the North-South All-Star Showcase. Myrtle Beach will travel... 

Volleyball: MB, NMB roll, reach Lower State semis

The top-seeded Myrtle Beach High volleyball team continued its impressive run through the Class 4A playoffs with a 3-0 sweep over visiting Chapin on Tuesday night. The Lady Seahawks posted their second straight 3-0 sweep to advance to the Lower State semifinals. They travel to Hilton Head on Thursday for the right to play for the Lower State championship. * North Myrtle Beach 3, AC Flora 0: The... 

Seahawks blast Bulldogs for second straight rout

Doug Shaw Memorial Stadium recently underwent major renovations. Perhaps they should have added a few extra digits to the scoreboard for the Myrtle Beach High football team. For the second straight week, the Seahawks (5-3 overall, 2-1 Region 7-4A) scored more than 60 points on their home field against a region foe, trouncing Marlboro County 62-14 on Friday night to officially clinch a playoff berth. Coming... 

Seahawks outduel Chiefs for region championship

The top two ranked volleyball teams in Class 4A played like it Thursday night, as visiting No. 2 Myrtle Beach downed No. 1 North Myrtle Beach 3-1 to capture the Region 7-4A championship. In a rivalry that is now knotted at 2-2 on the season, the Lady Seahawks (15-4 overall, 7-1 region) claimed the latest showdown and the top seed in the Lower State tournament heading into next week’s playoffs.... 

Tennis: MB tops Socastee; Lady Panthers nip Conway

The Myrtle Beach High girls tennis team celebrated its seventh consecutive Region 7-4A title one day early Wednesday by defeating non-region rival Socastee on Wednesday. Having mathematically locked up the region title entering Thursday’s Senior Night regular season finale against North Myrtle Beach, the Lady Seahawks (10-0 overall, 5-0 region) were able to focus on the task at hand and take... 

Seahawks roll past Sharks for homecoming victory

The Myrtle Beach High football team enjoyed an early surf-and-turf feast for homecoming Friday night against St. James, as the Seahawks grilled the Sharks 73-0 on the gridiron at Doug Shaw Memorial Stadium. Myrtle Beach’s offense rolled on the ground and through the air, and the defense posted its first shutout since a similar 70-0 skunking of Socastee last season. Quarterback Lawson Cribb... 

Seahawks sink Sharks, set up showdown with Chiefs

The Myrtle Beach High volleyball team spoiled St. James’ Senior Night with a 3-1 win over the Lady Sharks on Wednesday. The Lady Seahawks won by set scores of 25-12, 26-24, 25-9, 25-14 to remain in a first-place tie with North Myrtle Beach atop the Region 7-4A standings. Myrtle Beach makes a return trip to North Myrtle Beach on Oct. 12 for a match that will likely decide the region championship. *... 

Tennis: Seahawks, Braves remain perfect in regions

The Myrtle Beach High girls tennis team kept its bid for undefeated season on track Tuesday with a 6-0 sweep over region rival St. James. Myrtle Beach’s No. 1 singles Bailey Deskins, No. 2 Paxton Gentry and No. 3 Carrington Callihan won their matches in straight sets, as did singles newcomers and normal No. 2 doubles partners Cassidy Friend at No. 4 and Carly Starnes at No. 5. Scarlett Nash... 

Tennis: MB stays perfect; Panthers slip past Tigers

For the second consecutive day the Myrtle Beach High girls tennis team made quick work of a region opponent, sweeping Wilson on Wednesday at the Myrtle Beach Tennis Center. No. 1 singles player Bailey Deskins, No. 2 Pazton Gentry, No. 3 Carrington Callihan, No. 4 Janell Horton and No. 5 Jalah Horton won their matches in straight sets Myrtle Beach’s No. 2 doubles team of Scarlett Nash and... 

Athlete of Week: Green means go for Seahawks

The Myrtle Beach High football team in the midst of an amazing midseason turnaround, and the Seahawks can thank about six guys named Jermani Green for helping the team turn the corner. There’s Jermani Green the running back, Jermani Green the quarterback, Jermani Green the wide receiver, Jermani Green the linebacker, Jermani Green the defensive back, and Jermani Green the kick returner. Oh... 
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