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Seahawks sweep Chiefs, remain unbeaten in region

The Myrtle Beach High boys and girls soccer teams scored a sweep over visiting North Myrtle Beach on Thursday. The No. 6-ranked Seahawks (9-3-1 overall, 5-0 Region 7-3A) scored a 3-0 victory over the NMB boys (6-7, 2-2) in the nightcap, while the No. 7 Myrtle Beach girls (8-1, 4-0) battled to a hard-fought 2-1 win over the Lady Chiefs (3-4-1, 1-2-1). Myrtle Beach’s Helgi Nati had a hand (or a... 

Baseball: MB rallies in ninth; CF falls on controversial call

The Myrtle Beach High baseball team scored six unanswered runs – three to force extra innings and three more to win it in the ninth – to defeat non-region foe Aynor 9-6 on Thursday. Trailing 6-3 in the sixth, the Seahawks rallied for one run in the sixth inning and two runs in the seventh to force free baseball. Myrtle Beach added three runs in the ninth to complete the comeback. Myrtle... 

Ballards, Ray pitch MB to shutout sweep of Tigers

The Myrtle Beach High softball team unveiled its own version of the sister act in beating visiting Wilson 12-0 on Friday night. Myrtle Beach Middle classmates and sisters Emmalee and Serrah Ballard combined to pitch a no-hitter and 11 strikeouts over five innings in a region game that was cut short due to the mercy rule. Emmalee Ballard, an eighth-grader, got the start and the win while Serrah ballard,... 

Boys Soccer: MB shuts out Braves for first in region

The No. 11-ranked Myrtle Beach High boys soccer team took early control of the Region 7-3A standings with a 1-0 victory over No. 12 Socastee on Thursday night at Doug Shaw Memorial Stadium. Following a scoreless first half, Myrtle Beach’s Sean Huggins converted an assist from Helgi Nati in the 48th minute for what proved to be the game-winner. Myrtle Beach goalkeeper Skyler Hribar recorded his... 

Athlete of the Week: MB’s Ballard bringing heat, hits

It’s not completely accurate to call Emmalee Ballard the pitcher for the Myrtle Beach High softball team. She’s more like a player who also happens to pitch – really, really well. It’s also a little misleading to use the term “Myrtle Beach High.” Ballard is only an eighth-grader, yet she is already having a tremendous impact for the Lady Seahawks varsity squad. But... 

Soccer: MB’s Nati nets six goals in win over Wilson

Myrtle Beach High senior Helgi Nati scored six goals to lead the Seahawks to a 7-2 road victory over region rival Wilson. Nati had a hat trick just 26 minutes into the match and made it a 4-2 halftime lead on an assist by junior Franc Lamcja, who had five assists in the game. Lamcja’s fourth assist set up Nati’s double hat trick performance, and sophomore Nico Sandoz cashed in on Lamcja’s... 

Host MB boys, girls claim Soccer at the Beach titles

The Myrtle Beach High boys and girls soccer teams captured the championship of the inuagural Soccer at the Beach tournament on Sunday thanks to a pair of shutout wins in the title games by the host school. In the girls final, the No. 5-ranked Lady Seahawks (5-1) got an early goal from senior Tori Zeltner on an assist from sophomore Cassidy Posma and Myrtle Beach goalkeeper Gabby Moore made five saves... 

Seahawks splash their way into boys, girls title games

The Myrtle Beach boys and girls soccer teams have served as good hosts in the inaugural Soccer at the Beach tournament. However their hospitality stooped short of giving up their spots in Sunday’s championship games. Playing in steady rains on Friday and Saturday, Myrtle Beach took advantage of home field on the artificial turf fields on Doug Shaw Memorial Stadium and Ashley Booth Field. The... 

Seahawks silence Saints in Soccer at the Beach opener

The inaugural Soccer at the Beach tournament got off to a soggy start Friday, but all six scheduled games were completed. Tournament host Myrtle Beach was able to get in the tourney opener against Christian Academy of Myrtle Beach on Friday afternoon, shutting out the Saints 3-0 at Doug Shaw Memorial Stadium. Myrtle Beach’s Adolpho Aguilar scored a pair of goals and Nico Sandoz added another... 

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... 
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