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Boys Soccer: Seahawks top Sharks for first in region

The Myrtle Beach High boys soccer team had something to prove in Tuesday night’s Region 7-4A first-place showdown with visiting St. James. Consider it proven. After losing to the Sharks earlier this season and coming off a tough loss to Socastee in the Soccer at the Beach tournament final, the Seahawks needed a big win and got it by taking down the Sharks 2-1 at Ashley Booth Field. Myrtle... 

Blue Jackets slip, slide past Seahawks in see-saw affair

One day after no-hitting region rival Wilson, the Myrtle Beach High baseball team gave up a dozen hits Saturday in a 10-7 loss to host Aynor. Seemingly in control midway through the game with a 5-1 lead, the Seahawks gave up six runs in the bottom of the fourth. Myrtle Beach battled back to tie the game at 7-all entering the bottom of the sixth, but the Blue Jackets struck again with three runs... 

Softball: Sharks, Seahawks blast late HRs to cap rallies

The St. James High softball team pulled out some comeback magic against North Myrtle Beach for the second time this season to claim a 7-2 victory over the visiting Lady Chiefs on Friday – this time with one swing of the bat. Trailing 2-0 with two outs in the bottom of the fifth inning, St. James’ Kenley Daves hit a grand slam that proved to be the game-winner for the Lady Sharks. In... 

Myrtle Beach’s Bodge hurls no-hitter, hits game-winner

It was a big day for the Bodge family in Florence on Friday as brother-sister siblings Cameron and Carly Grace mastered the mounds of the baseball and softball diamonds at Wilson. While Carly Grace Bodge was pitching the Lady Seahawks to a 4-3 extra-inning victory over the Lady Tigers, brother Cameron was hurling a no-hitter on the adjoining field to lead Myrtle Beach to a 4-0 victory over Wilson. Cameron... 

Seahawks, Sharks, Braves set for Soccer at the Beach

With Doug Shaw Memorial Stadium currently under construction, participating teams in the Fourth Annual Soccer at the Beach tournament will get to sample a different type of “surf and turf” in Myrtle Beach. The three-day boys  tournament will give eight boys teams a chance to play stiff competition on both the speedier artificial surface of Ashley Booth Stadium and the natural grass... 

Boys Golf: Seahawks drive past Blue Jackets for win

Myrtle Beach High golfer Holden Grigg garnered his second medalist honor this week by shooting a 37 at The Dunes Golf & Beach Club, leading the Seahawks to an easy win over Aynor, 157-201. Grigg, whose eagle-birdie finish for a 33 on Monday at The Dunes Club helped Myrtle Beach defeat Carolina Forest, came through again Wednesday with a round of 1-over 37 against a stiff sea breeze. Myrtle... 

Boys Soccer: Myrtle Beach, Carolina Forest blank rivals

The Myrtle Beach High boys soccer team claimed a thrilling 1-0 victory over rival North Myrtle Beach on Tuesday night for a big Region 7-4A win. With the game holding at a scoreless draw well into the second half, the Seahawks (7-3-1 overall, 3-1 region) finally cashed in on a well-executed cross by junior Tomer Tal that was headed into the back of the net by senior J.R. Stanley for the game-winner. Myrtle... 

Baseball: Seahawks survive to stay unbeaten in region

The Myrtle Beach High baseball team jumped out to a big lead and held off a late comeback bid by rival North Myrtle Beach for a 7-5 victory to remain undefeated in Region 7-4A play. The Seahawks scored three runs in the first inning after Jayce Allen hit a two-RBI double and later scored. Dalton Todd drove in two runs to put Myrtle Beach up 5-0 early, but the Chiefs didn’t go down without... 

Girls Soccer: Gordon leads Seahawks past rival Chiefs

The Myrtle Beach High girls soccer team remained undefeated in Region 7-4A play with another rivalry-game thriller on Tuesday, downing North Myrtle Beach 3-1 at Ashley Booth Stadium. Myrtle Beach’s Tristan Gordon scored a pair of goals despite having to leave the game twice for hard fouls, and Josie Posma tallied the eventual game-winner in soccer’s version of a halftime buzzer beater. After... 

Softball: NMB topples MB; Hemingway paces Conway

The North Myrtle Beach High softball team earned a key Region 7-4A victory over rival Myrtle Beach on Tuesday, downing the Lady Seahawks 6-3 to remain in the hunt for the title behind first-place St. James. North Myrtle Beach pitcher Cissy Doolittle held the Lady Seahawks in check while Myrtle Beach’s defense allowed the Lady Chiefs to build a lead. Carly Grace Bodge took the loss but five... 
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