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Adderton, Seahawks lead All-Region 7-4A girls team

The Myrtle Beach High girls basketball team dominated the All-Region 7-4A squad just like the Lady Seahawks did the league schedule. After leading the Lady Seahawks to an undefeated region record and a No. 2 state ranking, senior Kiana Adderton was named Player of the Year honors and Jennifer Dennison was voted Coach of the Year. Senior Nia Sumpter joined Adderton on the first team, senior Kira... 

Seahawks celebrate Senior Night with sweep of Chiefs

On Senior Night for the Myrtle Beach High boys and girls basketball teams, the Seahawks swept arch-rival North Myrtle Beach Thursday and ensured it would not be their final home game of the season. Trailing¬† midway through the second period, the Myrtle Beach boys used an 19-3 run to close the second quarter and took control of the key showdown with the Chiefs with a 35-22 halftime lead. They cruised... 

Boys Hoops: Tigers defeat Panthers; MB beats MC

Having wrapped up the No. 3 seed in next week’s playoffs, the Conway High boys basketball team had little to play for in Tuesday night’s regular season finale. But with arch-rival Carolina Forest coming to town, the stakes hardly mattered. The Tigers (15-5 overall, 6-4 Region 6-5A) rallied back from a first-half deficit to down the Panthers 61-54 and deal their rivals’ playoff... 

Girls Hoops: Seahawks put final touches on region title

One goal down; one more to go. That’s the rallying cry for the Myrtle Beach High girls basketball team after the Lady Seahawks (18-2 overall, 7-0 region) took care of business Tuesday night with a 60-28 road victory over Marlboro County to clinch the Region 7-4A title and a No. 1 playoff seed. Myrtle Beach was led by its two senior stars – Kiana Adderton scored a game-high 21 points... 

Girls Hoops: NMB surprises Wilson; SJ earns playoff bid

The North Myrtle Beach High girls basketball team scored a huge win on the road, one that could give the Lady Chiefs at least one more home game this season. North Myrtle Beach upset No. 5 Wilson 60-54 on Friday night in Florence to secure at least a share of second place in Region 7-4A. The Lady Chiefs (14-8 overall, 5-2 region) close the regular season at first-place Myrtle Beach on Thursday... 

Boys Hoops: Seahawks, Chiefs score region wins

The Myrtle Beach High boys basketball team knocked off visiting St. James 60-53 on Tuesday night to secure a playoff spot. The Seahawks (9-10 overall, 3-3 Region 7-4A) led throughout and held off a late surge by the Sharks. Emorie Knox led the Seahawks with 14 points and Jayce Allen and O’Neil McBride chipped in 10 points apiece. Trey Myers scored a game-high 18 for St. James. Myrtle Beach... 

Girls Hoops: MB nets share of region title; NMB, CF roll

The Myrtle Beach High girls basketball team wrapped up at least a share of the Region 7-4A championship with an impressive defensive performance Tuesday that should serve as a warning to future foes. The Lady Seahawks’ (17-2 overall, 6-0 Region 7-4A) defense held visiting St. James scoreless for the opening 14 minutes of play en route to a 45-14 rout of the Lady Sharks, clinching the region... 

Girls Hoops: Seahawks run past Wilson; NMB halts SJ

For most of the season, the No. 2-ranked Myrtle Beach High girls basketball team has shown it knows how to dominate. On Friday night, the Lady Seahawks also proved they can play with their backs against the wall. After trailing for the better part of three quarters, the Lady Seahawks (15-2 overall, 5-0 region) used a late surge to overtake No. 8 Wilson by a 51-47 score at Myrtle Beach High, all... 

MB’s McGonigal chooses to walk on with Gamecocks

The Grand Strand will have another major college football walk-on to root for next season – Myrtle Beach High senior defensive end/linebacker Sean McGonigal. Following in the footsteps of former Socastee and current Clemson standout Hunter Renfrow, McGonigal has decided to attend rival South Carolina as a preferred walk-on, bypassing the Ivy League colleges and smaller schools that have been... 

Girls Hoops: MB tops NMB; Panthers take down Bruins

The No. 2-ranked Myrtle Beach High girls basketball team completed the first half of the region schedule undefeated by knocking off rival North Myrtle Beach 44-35 on Tuesday night. The Lady Seahawks (15-2 overall, 4-0 Region 7-4A) won their second straight close contest on the road, following a 60-55 win over Northwood Academy on Saturday. Myrtle Beach struggled on offense against the Lady Chiefs... 
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