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NMB boys, St. James girls win close region openers

The North Myrtle Beach High boys basketball team captured a key home victory in Monday night’s Region 7-3A opener, defeating preseason co-favorite St. James 60-57. Josh Livingston scored a game-high 25 points to lead the host Chiefs (9-3 overall, 1-0 region) past the pesky Sharks (9-3, 0-1). Kendrick Furness added 14 points and Doodle Hill chipped in nine points for the Chiefs. St. James rallied... 

Tourney Recap: Hosts CF, NMB prevail in tight finales

The North Myrtle Beach High boys basketball team held off a tough challenge from Southside to claim a 57-55 victory and third place in the Shootout by the Sea tournament. The host Chiefs got a game-high 19 points from Matthew Stanaland, who was named to the all-tournament team. North Myrtle Beach’s Steven Bryant scored 11 points and Drew Dunn added 10 to lead a balanced attack for the Chiefs. *... 

Tourney Wrapup: Chiefs win opener; Panthers fall by one

The tournament host North Myrtle Beach High boys basketball team made a successful opening in the Shootout by the Sea Invitational with a 57-53 victory over visiting Strom Thurmond on Saturday night. The Chiefs opened the tournament with a hot 3-point shooting night from Matthew Stanaland, who connected on four treys en route to a game-high 18 points. Stephen Bryant scored 12 points for the Chiefs... 

Boys Hoops: Chiefs, Saints ride defense to big victories

The North Myrtle Beach High boys basketball team scored a quick technical knockout over Carolina Forest on Tuesday night en route to a 61-41 victory. The Chiefs came out red hot and amassed a 42-19 halftime lead before cruising the rest of the way. They also played stellar defense against the Panthers, holding them without a 3-pointer in the game. Matthew Stanaland scored a game-high 16 points and... 

Conway boys, NMB girls capture overtime thrillers

The North Myrtle Beach girls basketball team had to work overtime to take a hard-fought 71-66 victory over visiting Conway on Thursday night. North Myrtle Beach’s Aquera Johnson led the Lady Chiefs with a double-double, posting game highs in both points with 26 and rebounds with 15. North Myrtle Beach also got solid performances from Ingrid Edge and Ronshelia Dewitt, who tallied 13 and 12 points,... 

Athlete of the Week: NMB’s Jenerette far ahead of pace

Perhaps it should come as no surprise that 13-year-old Wilson Jenerette is running at a rate well beyond her years. Growing up the youngest in a family filled with distance runners, she always had to keep up with the pack. Some of Wilson’s earliest childhood memories are from attending her parents’ and elder siblings’ races and rooting for them to win. Now she’s the one on the... 

Chiefs see season come to a close to Mustangs’ Carr

North Myrtle Beach’s season came to an end in the first round of the Class 3A state playoffs Friday night with a 35-21 loss to visiting Midland Valley. The Chiefs (4-7) defense seemed to get hit by a truck, but it was actually a Carr, as in running back Dre Carr. He rushed for three touchdowns and delivered some punishing runs that helped the Mustangs (7-4) control the ball and advance to the... 

Chiefs knock off Seahawks to capture 3A playoff berth

Senior Night. A huge rivalry. An undefeated regular season. No. 1-ranked Myrtle Beach had plenty of motivation for Friday night’s game against visiting North Myrtle Beach. But the Chiefs had a bigger reason – a guaranteed spot in the Class 3A playoffs. North Myrtle Beach turned in a masterful defensive performance in holding the high-scoring Seahawks in check for a 14-11 upset win and the... 

MB’s Belack, Chestnut join NMB’s Gore in North-South

The Grand Strand will be represented by three football standouts at the 2014 North-South All-Star Football Game, held Dec. 13 at Doug Shaw Memorial Stadium. A pair of Seahawks, wide receiver Kyle Belack and linebacker Marcus Chestnut will play one final game at their home stadium, and North Myrtle Beach wide receiver Colby Gore also made the South roster for the high school all-star game between the... 

Chiefs use defense, special teams to knock off Sharks

The North Myrtle Beach Chiefs finally found an answer to their offensive woes in Friday night’s 27-13 victory over visiting St. James. It’s called defense and special teams. The Chiefs (3-6 overall, 2-2 Region 7-3A) scored their first 20 points on defense and special teams, including a pair of pick-sixes by the North Myrtle Beach secondary. Trailing 7-6 just seconds before halftime, Keyshawn... 
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