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Wrestling: MB beats Loris; CF captures tri-match split

The Myrtle Beach High wrestling team opened up its season in dramatic fashion Wednesday night, rallying from a hug early deficit to defeat visiting Loris 48-35. The Seahawks trailed 24-0 through the first four matches of the night before making their run. Conner Corbitt got the Seahawks rolling with a first-period pin. Reese Woods, Ezra Flowers, Miller Long, Edward Rivers, Stephen Desjardins, Angus... 

Hoops: Seahawks sweep Socastee in home opener

With only seven players dressed and several varsity newcomers in the lineup, the Myrtle Beach boys basketball team still managed to hold off visiting rival Socastee 71-64 in Tuesday night’s season opener. With the football team preparing for Friday night’s Class 3A Lower State title game at Midland Valley, the shorthanded Seahawks saw four players score in double figures to lead a thin... 

Seahawks knock off Foxes with big fourth-quarter rally

For all the state championships and big-time victories in Myrtle Beach High football history, Friday night’s Class 3A Lower State semifinal will go down as one of the greatest games in the football program’s proud history. Trailing by as many as 21 points in the second half, the Seahawks scored 17 unanswered points in the final 8:17 to knock off No. 1 and previously unbeaten Hartsville... 

Sand & Hoops: MB blasts CF in championship game

The Lady Braves Sand & Hoops Invitational is a preseason tournament, but the Myrtle Beach High girls basketball team already appears to be in midseason form. The Lady Seahawks rolled to the tournament title by blowing out Carolina Forest 70-24 in the championship game at Socastee. Myrtle Beach won its three games by a combined score of 202-93. Myrtle Beach’s Nia Sumpter posted a double-double... 

Class 3A Playoffs: MB routs Hilton Head; Sharks ousted

The Myrtle Beach High football team seems to be hitting its stride at just the right time, blowing out Hilton Head Island 63-27 in the second round of the Class 3A playoffs on Friday night at Doug Shaw Memorial Stadium. Myrtle Beach running back Brandon Sinclair ran for four touchdowns and 193 yards to surpass the 5,000-yard rushing mark for his career, and fellow senior Drayton Arnold threw four... 

Lady Seahawks repeat as Class 3A state champions

The celebration of last year’s Class 3A state tennis title had barely started before the Myrtle Beach High girls began discussing the possibility of a repeat. The Lady Seahawks completed that feat on Saturday, defeating AC Flora 5-1 in the state finals at the Cayce Tennis & Fitness Center. The Lady Seahawks (19-3) captured the school’s 16th state championship in program history... 

Seahawks flex muscle in opening win over Dreher

Myrtle Beach began its quest for a Class 3A state championship on Friday night with a 41-26 victory over visiting Dreher thanks to a healthy feast by its bread and butter – running back Brandon Sinclair and quarterback Drayton Arnold. Sinclair rushed for over 100 yards and two touchdowns and Arnold threw four touchdown passes – two to Cortez Brown – as the Seahawks (8-3) shook... 

Lady Seahawks sweep HHI to capture Lower State title

The Myrtle Beach High girls tennis team has swept so many opponents this season that the Lady Seahawks might as well be playing with brooms instead of tennis rackets, but that wasn’t supposed to be the case in Tuesday’s Class 3A Lower State championship match at Hilton Head Island. Facing their toughest test of the postseason, the Lady Seahawks aced it again with a 6-0 shutout of fellow... 

Myrtle Beach falls to Hilton Head in Lower State final

The Myrtle Beach High volleyball team’s run through the Class 3A playoffs came to an end Tuesday in the Lower State championship match against host Hilton Head Island. The Lady Seahawks (18-2) suffered their second loss of the season in a hard-fought 3-1 defeat to Hilton Head, which advances to Saturday’s Class 3A state championship match. Hilton Head won the opener 25-16 but Myrtle... 

Sinclair leads 11 Seahawks on All-Region 7-3A squad

Myrtle Beach High star running back Brandon Sinclair was named the Region 7-3A Player of the Year, and St. James kicker Charles Ouverson was named Specialist of the Year as the all-region team was released Tuesday. The Seahawks, who won the region title and the No. 1 seed in the first round of Friday’s first round of the Class 3A playoffs, led the all-region list with 11 players. In addition... 
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