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4A Roundup: Chiefs crush Lions; Sharks fall on road

The North Myrtle Beach High football team got an early wake-up call from rival Loris on Friday night, but the host Chiefs answered the bell with 46 unanswered points to quickly knock out the Lions 46-7. Loris’ Tevin Livingston scored just 2 minutes into the contest, and the Chiefs (2-0) found themselves trailing 7-3 at the end of the first quarter, thanks to a 45-yard field goal by Andrew... 

Lady Chiefs sweep Aynor, Carolina Forest in tri-meet

The North Myrtle Beach High volleyball team scored a pair of victoriess over local rivals in a Thursday tri-meet, defeating Aynor and host Carolina Forest 2-0. After going 4-4 in the same gym at last weekend’s Lady Panther Invitational, the Lady Chiefs came away with a sweep this time. They made quick work of the Lady Blue Jackets before taking down Carolina Forest in close 25-21 matches. Carolina... 

Week 1 Previews & Picks: MB, NMB eye big encores

So which two-touchdown win was more surprising in Week 0: Myrtle Beach’s 35-19 victory over visiting Byrnes, or North Myrtle Beach 28-13 home win over Timberland? Both were relatively unexpected (although yours truly correctly picked the local teams), and both were equally impressive. But surprising? Although the Seahawks’ win came against a Class 5A state power, Myrtle Beach’s... 

4A Roundup: Chiefs shock Wolves; Lions top Sharks

The North Myrtle Beach High football team couldn’t have picked a better way to kick off 2016 on Friday night – both the game and the season. Kered Class returned the opening kickoff for a touchdown and the Chiefs never trailed en route to a 28-13 upset victory over visiting Timberland, the No. 3-ranked team in Class 3A. The Chiefs (1-0) went toe to toe with the two-time state champion... 

Pigskin Peek: Chiefs gear up for strong start, finish

One thing that has stayed true and consistent for the last three seasons for the North Myrtle Beach High football team – tough competition to start. In 2014 and 2015, the Chiefs opened the season with losses to five-time defending state champion Dillon High School. To kick off its season, North Myrtle Beach welcomes Timberland on Friday. The Wolves, who won the state championship in 2014, come... 

Kickoff Classic: Seahawks reload; Chiefs get revenge

CNB Kickoff Classic host Myrtle Beach came into the 10-team jamboree with the most question marks, but it was rival North Myrtle Beach that made the biggest impression. After falling flat against Conway in last year’s CNB Kikcoff Classic, the Chiefs turned the tables on the Tigers in the 27th annual event for an impressive 20-0 victory at Doug Shaw Memorial Stadium. North Myrtle Beach’s... 

Football, fall sports teams open practice for season

The thermometer may say it’s the dog days of summer, but the calendar says it’s time for the fall sports season. The SCHSL’s official start for fall sports practices is Friday as football teams will take the field in record-setting heat. Volleyball, swimming, cross country and girls tennis and golf are also set to hold tryouts and workouts in the coming weeks as Horry County Schools... 

Former NMB star Quigley gets released by Eagles

Former North Myrtle Beach High and Boston College punter Ryan Quigley was released by the Philadelphia Eagles on Friday without ever having the opportunity to kick for the team in a game or training camp. Quigley signed a one-year free-agent contract with the Eagles in April after being released by the New York Jets in the offseason. The Eagles released Quigley to make room for the signing of defensive... 

Athlete of Week: Dupuis’ move pays off on course

North Myrtle Beach senior golfer Jake Dupuis has made some serious strides up the leaderboard for the Chiefs, but his best move may have come off the course two years ago. As an aspiring golfer living in his native Ontario, Canada, Dupuis made the difficult decision to leave home and move to the golf capital of the Grand Strand in hopes of improving his game and earning a college scholarship. Missions... 

Chiefs claim share of third; Seahawks finish in top 10

The North Myrtle Beach High boys golf team rallied Tuesday to claim a share of third place in the Class 3A state golf tournament at The Hackler Course in Conway. Matthew Griego (149), Jake Dupuis (156) and McClure Thompson (156) fired rounds of 75 in Tuesday’s second round to give the Chiefs a two-day total of 615. They finished 16 shots off the winning pace of AC Flora (299), five strokes... 
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