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Athlete of Week: Edwards team player for Seahawks

Myrtle Beach High baseball player Luke Edwards is more about “we” than “me”, even when it comes to winning a local award like the Mammy’s Kitchen Athlete of the Week. Despite going 7-for-8 with three RBIs and helping the Seahawks to a pair of region wins, Edwards was  happy to share the credit. “I would say the team did very well,” said Edwards, a sophomore... 

Soccer: Seahawks, Chiefs, Saints roll to shutout wins

The Myrtle Beach High girls soccer team must have built up some frustration over spring break after the girls portion of the Soccer at the Beach tournament was cancelled. Playing their first game in two weeks, the Lady Seahawks rolled to a 13-0 victory over visiting Georgetown on Monday to remain tied atop the Region 7-3A standings. Myrtle Beach’s Gracie Stephens notched a hat trick and Tristan... 

Lady Seahawks get shutout victory in GSSC tournament

The Myrtle Beach High softball team improved to 2-1 in Grand Strand Softball Classic tournament play with an impressive 16-0 shutout over Tiffin (OH) on Wednesday. Myrtle Beach pitchers Carly Grace Bodge and Lindsey Coble combined for the shutout and eight strikeouts, with Lindsey Coble registering six of the Ks. Leading the way offensively for the Lady Seahawks was Deriica Burgess, who scored... 

Braves, Seahawks to clash for Soccer at the Beach title

With teams traveling from all over the state to compete in the Third Annual Soccer at the Beach boys tournament, the championship game will come down to the two closest schools. No. 2-ranked Myrtle Beach will host rival Socastee in Thursday’s championship game at Doug Shaw Memorial Stadium, while Hanahan and T.L. Hanna will play for third place at the same time next door at Ashley Booth Field. The... 

Soccer: Seahawks shut out Sharks; Panthers sweep SF

The Myrtle Beach High boys soccer team got a small measure of revenge against Region 7-3A rival St. James on Tuesday night, shutting out the Sharks 5-0 in a rematch of last year’s Class 3A Lower State Championship Game. After dropping a 5-1 decision to St. James to miss out on a shot at a Class 3A state title appearance, the Seahawks (8-1 overall, 3-0 region) wasted little time getting some... 

Girls Soccer: Seahawks top Sharks to force tie for first

The Myrtle Beach High girls soccer team forced a three-way tie for first place atop the Region 7-3A standings Monday night by defeating St. James 3-1 on the Lady Sharks’ home turf. Myrtle Beach’s Tristan Gordon scored a pair of goals and dished out an assist to Abigail Gonzalez, who returned the favor by assisting on one of Gordon’s goals. McKenzie May scored St. James’... 

Soccer: Seahawks, Sharks win Region 7-3A openers

The Myrtle Beach High girls soccer team moved Monday’s home game against Region 7-3A foe Wilson to its practice field due to a scheduling conflict with Doug Shaw Stadium. It was a fitting move since the match turned out to be more of a practice session for the Lady Seahawks, who scored a 8-1 win over the Lady Tigers in the region opener for both teams. Myrtle Beach jumped out to a 3-0 halftime... 

Lady Seahawks’ rally falls short in 3A state title game

The Myrtle Beach High girls basketball team made a big fourth-quarter comeback but couldn’t close the deal in Saturday’s Class 3A state championship game in Columbia. The Lady Seahawks (24-5) erased a double-digit fourth quarter deficit to tie the game up before falling to No. 1-ranked Dreher 45-41 at the Colonial Life Arena. Trailing by as many as 13 in the final quarter, Myrtle Beach... 

Baseball: Seahawks down Aynor; Sharks fall in extras

The Myrtle Beach High baseball team opened the 2016 season in impressive fashion Thursday, shutting out visiting Aynor 2-0 behind a strong effort on the mound and at the plate by Michael Calamari. The senior lefthander pitched a two-hitter, striking out nine to only three walks, and he also hit a solo homer to help the Seahawks (1-0) blow past the Blue Jackets. Myrtle Beach outfielder Jay Morris... 

Michael Nash Memorial: MB girls top Socastee for third

While the Myrtle Beach High girls basketball team was winning the Lower State Championship Game on Friday night, the Lady Seahawks soccer squad was kicking off the season shorthanded (make that short-footed) in the Michael Nash Memorial Tournament at the North Myrtle Beach Sports and Rec Complex. With five players still on the hardwood instead of the pitch, the Lady Seahawks suffered a tough 2-1... 
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