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Chiefs claim second seed with win over Seahawks

The North Myrtle Beach High baseball team wrapped up second place in Region 7-4A with thrilling 5-2 victory over visiting rival Myrtle Beach. The Chiefs used three pitchers for the combined five-hitter. Starter Cole Gasque struck out three over four innings but exited with the game tied at 2-all. Chase Hudson pitched two shutout innings to get the win, and River Newman closed it out the seventh... 

Softball: Chiefs top Tigers; Panthers rally past Braves

Carolina Forest’s Catie McGovern pitched a complete game six-hitter to help the Lady Panthers defeat host Socastee 6-2 on Friday. Tied at 2-all in the fifth inning, Carolina Forest erupted for four runs in the top of the frame. Katie Endres and Santos had three hits apiece for the Lady Panthers, and Abi Price had two RBIs. Heather Smith drove in a pair of runs to pace the Lady Braves. * North... 

Girls Soccer: MB survives surging Sharks; NMB rolls

The Myrtle Beach girls soccer team scored three unanswered goals in the seocnd half to fend off a strong upset bid by visiting St. James 4-2. The No. 3 Lady Seahawks (14-2 overall, 4-0 Region 7-4A) trailed 2-1 at halftime before senior Tristan Gordon tied it up in the first minute of the second half. She scored the game-winner and completed a hat trick in the 62nd minute, and freshman Kinsey McGonigal... 

Chiefs, Seahawks wrap up Alabama trip with big wins

The North Myrtle Beach and Myrtle Beach boys soccer teams wrapped up their joint trip to Alabama on Friday with a pair of victories. The Chiefs capped a successful 3-0 week by knocking off tournament host Florence (AL) 3-2, the same team that shut out Myrtle Beach 4-0 earlier in the week. The Seahawks went 2-1 on the trip with Friday’s 5-1 victory over West Limestone before heading back to... 

Chiefs, Seahawks follow Mueller’s Alabama roots

Whoever said you can’t go home again never met North Myrtle Beach boys soccer coach Jason Mueller. He took his team and his biggest rival back to his hometown in North Alabama for spring break to compete in a tournament. The trip includes a showdown with his alma mater, Muscle Shoals High, which is coached by his father. The Chiefs delivered a 7-1 win over the Trojans and his dad Tuesday,... 

Baseball: Chiefs blow out Seahawks; Panthers win

The North Myrtle Beach baseball team scored a 9-3 victory over host Myrtle Beach on Tuesday in a big Region 7-4A contest. The Chiefs scored three runs in the first inning and were never threatened as starting pitcher Dalton Simpson cruised to the win. He struck out eight batters in five innings of work and got lots of run support from his teammates, as well as four errors by the Seahawks. North... 

Athlete of Week: Barbosa reaching record heights

North Myrtle Beach senior Emily Barbosa is literally raising the bar in the pole vault event for the Lady Chiefs track and field team. Her rapid rise over the crossbar saw her shatter the school record with a vault of 9 feet, 6 inches and land the Mammy’s Kitchen Athlete of the Week honors. “That was a goal of mine but I really didn’t expect to break the record the day I did,”... 

Boys Golf: NMB’s Chandler medals; Wike leads Sharks

North Myrtle Beach’s Chandler Casey drained a 28-foot birdie putt on the first playoff hole to break a three-way tie and earn individual medalist honors at last weekend’s Panther Invitational at the Hackler Course. Casey shot 1-under-par 71, along with Matthew Hutto and Daniel Larimore, to force the playoff. He also led the Chiefs finished to a fourth-place team finish, along with... 

Soccer: NMB girls edge SJ in PKs; Sharks rout Chiefs

The North Myrtle Beach girls soccer team scored a dramatic comeback victory over St. James on Tuesday, claiming a 4-3 overtime win that came down to penalty kicks in a Region 7-4A opener for both teams. With the Lady Sharks leading 3-2 late in regulation, North Myrtle Beach’s Taylor Monahan scored her second goal of the game in the final seconds to force overtime. Both teams remained scoreless... 

Track: NMB boys, girls win tri-meet against MB, GSF

The North Myrtle Beach boys and girls track teams ran away with a tri-meet against visiting Myrtle Beach and Green Sea Floyds on Wednesday. The Lady Chiefs swept the scoring positions in both shot put and discus to rack up 130 team points and dominate Myrtle Beach (52) and Green Sea Floyds (12). The team also saw multiple girls score in more than one individual event. Emily Barbosa set the school... 
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