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Volleyball: NMB, CF clinch region titles on home floor

The North Myrtle Beach High volleyball team completed a rare clean sweep through Region 6-4A on Thursday night as the Lady Chiefs defeated rival Myrtle Beach 3-0 to celebrate the feat on their home floor. North Myrtle Beach recorded its 20th win of the season for its first region title since 2013. The Lady Chiefs (20-4) didn’t surrender a single set during their hurricane-abbreviated march... 

Only MB stands between NMB sweep to region title

The North Myrtle Beach High volleyball team has run the table through the Region 6-4A competition to set up one final shot at the 8-ball against rival and defending state champion Myrtle Beach on Thursday. The Lady Chiefs (19-5) ran their region record to a perfect 9-0 by defeating Marlboro County 2-0 (25-7, 25-4), 2-0 (25-9, 25-7) in Tuesday’s doubleheader. All that’s left is Thursday’s... 

NMB girls win region title; MB boys finish runner-up

The North Myrtle Beach High girls cross country team won the Region 6-4A title on its home course Tuesday, while the Myrtle Beach boys team was runner-up at the North Myrtle Beach Park & Sports Complex. Led by eighth-grader Isabella Spickler, who finished second individually with a personal-best time of 21:06, the Lady Chiefs tallied 55 team points to edge Wilson (59) and Darlington (60) in... 

No. 6 Chiefs bounce back in a big way to fly past Falcons

North Myrtle Beach bounced back from last week’s loss in resounding fashion, blowing out Darlington 41-7 on Friday for its 15th consecutive home victory. The Chiefs dominated the Falcons (0-6, 0-2) on homecoming night, allowing the celebrations to begin early by jumping out to a 27-0 lead at the end of the first quarter and a 41-0 advantage at the half. NMB also had a turnover-free outing... 

Volleyball: Chiefs continue run through region lineup

The North Myrtle Beach volleyball team continued its unblemished region record Tuesday, improving to 5-0 with a doubleheader victory against the Wilson Tigers 2-0 and 2-0. In the opener, the Chiefs defeated the Tigers (25-7, 25-21) behind the strong serving of Brooklyn Wiseley and Kayla Henley. Kaydee Runion led with four kills. In the second match, the Chiefs used a balance attack of serving,... 

No. 5 Chiefs tripped up by Tigers in season’s first loss

The North Myrtle Beach High football team has been flirting with disaster all season. They finally found it in Saturday night’s Region 6-4A opener with a 14-9 loss at Wilson, the Chiefs’ first defeat of the season. North Myrtle Beach looked predictably rusty following a four-week layoff between games caused by Hurricane Florence, but they have turned in some shaky performances in starting... 

Volleyball: NMB dominate region foes Seahawks, Foxes

The North Myrtle Beach High volleyball team waited almost a year for another shot at rival Myrtle Beach. The waiting paid off Wednesday in a 3-0 road sweep over the Lady Seahawks. After losing to the reigning Class 4A state champion Myrtle Beach in last year’s Lower State championship match and suffering  through another three-week delay for a rematch due to Hurricane Florence, the Lady... 

AOTW: Henley has Chiefs ready to salvage season

North Myrtle Beach’s Kayla Henley couldn’t wait to get back on the volleyball court for her senior season. Now she and her Lady Chiefs teammates are waiting and wondering when play will resume. Henley helped North Myrtle Beach to a pair of strong tournament showings and a 4-0 sweep of local rivals before Hurricane Florence put the season – and the Lady Chiefs’ momentum –... 

No. 6 Chiefs struggle their way past revitalized Sharks

Without raising his voice, without screaming his face red or popping any veins in his temples, Matt Reel tried to get his point across. The North Myrtle Beach football coach, moments after his squad moved to 4-0 with a 20-6 victory over St. James, declared the the coming days would be “open tryouts” and that no starter’s position was secure. Such are the breaks when the No. 6 team in Class... 

No. 6 Chiefs wake up, take out Trojans in second half

The No. 6 ranked North Myrtle Beach football team wiped out a miserable first half with an explosive third quarter en route to a 35-10 win over visiting West Brunswick (NC). Following a frustrating first half of unforced turnovers and costly penalties, the Chiefs (3-0) erupted in the second half to turn a 7-3 lead into a blowout victory. North Myrtle Beach won its 16th consecutive home game but... 
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