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Athlete of the Fall Season: Jenerette goes distance

On the day that Wilson Jenerette was voted the Mammy’s Kitchen Athlete of the Fall Season, she was going about starting her resume for some winter sports honors. The North Myrtle Beach High cross country runner’s strong season that saw her lead the Lady Chiefs to a top-10 finish in the state was up to her old tricks Saturday by taking first place in the women’s division of the... 

Football: Conway, NMB see seasons end in third round

Football finally came to a end on the Grand Strand in Friday’s third round of SCHSL playoffs as both remaining team suffered season-ending road defeats. Conway saw its season close in a 42-13 loss to Fort Dorchester in the Class 5A Lower State semifinals, while North Myrtle Beach came out on the short end of a 38-7 defeat to host Chapin. Both teams saw their five-game winning streaks snapped... 

Playoffs Previews & Picks: Tigers, Chiefs riding storm

There are only two Grand Strand teams still playing football in December, and they may share a common MVP – Hurricane Matthew. At least the two-week delay caused by the storm proved to be a turning point for both teams and their seasons. Conway and North Myrtle Beach enter Friday night’s third round of the playoffs on five-game winning streaks as they hit the road looking for continued... 

Second-half surge propels NMB to Lower State semis

The best season in North Myrtle Beach High football history keeps getting better. The Chiefs are headed to the third round of the Class 4A state playoffs thanks to a strong second-half surge in Friday night’s 28-14 victory over visiting Cane Bay. The No. 6-ranked Chiefs (11-1) broke open a tied game late in the third period to blow past the No. 7 Cobras (10-2) and advance to the Lower State... 

Conway defense delivers shutout over Spring Valley

The fact that Conway knocked off visiting Spring Valley in Friday night’s second round Class 5A playoff game wasn’t a big surprise. The way the Tigers did it is rather shocking. Despite allowing an average of more than 30 points per game over their last five outings, the Tigers (8-4) defense posted a 14-0 shutout over the Vikings (8-4), who have averaged more than 40 points per game... 

Playoffs Previews & Picks: Chiefs, Tigers look in mirror

When the North Myrtle Beach High football team lines up against visiting Cane Bay in Friday night’s second round of the Class 4A state playoffs, the Chiefs might see their own reflection staring back across the line of scrimmage. The comparisons go beyond their identical 10-win seasons, which are school records for both programs. The two teams have also written impressive rags-to-riches stories... 

Chiefs use ‘next man up’ motto for record 10th win

North Myrtle Beach might want to change its initial to NMU – as in “Next Man Up.” The Chiefs are perfecting the concept this season, cruising to a 40-14 victory over visiting Dreher in the first round of the Class 4A playoffs despite losing three key starters earlier in the day. North Myrtle Beach senior quarterback Ronnie Bass, senior offensive lineman Garrett Long, and junior... 

Gore cousins give Chiefs close family atmosphere

Fresh off a school record 9-1 regular season and the Region 7-4A title, the North Myrtle Beach High football team has been like one big happy family. But the relationship is literal for a pair of Chiefs – cousins Tyler and T.J. Gore. The juniors have played major roles for the Chiefs this season, both on and off the field, but their contributions are more than a lifetime in the making. Milton... 

4A Wrapup: Chiefs capture title as Seahawks stumble

Things couldn’t have gone much better for No. 6-ranked North Myrtle Beach on the field in Friday night’s 47-0 victory over visiting Wilson. They couldn’t have gone much better off the field either. Shortly after shutting out the Tigers and making school history with nine regular season wins, the Chiefs (9-1 overall, 3-1 Region 7-4A) also got some help from Marlboro County to... 

Athlete of Week: Big effort takes Jenerette a long way

They say big-time athletes are at their best at the biggest moments. That’s true even when the athlete isn’t very big. Such is the case of the diminutive runner Wilson Jenerette, who was voted the Mammy’s Kitchen Athlete of the Week after setting her personal best time of 19:38 for a runner-up finish at Class 4A Lower State qualifier. The North Myrtle Beach High sophomore followed... 
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