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Athlete of Week: Downey part of sister act at NMB

If you only read the box scores, you might think there’s a standout four-sport female athlete named “Downey” at North Myrtle Beach High. In reality there are three, each of them excelling at their chosen sport. In addition to sophomore sister Katelin (volleyball) and twin sister Linsey (soccer), freshman Jenna Downey is a two-sport star in swimming and track and field. It was... 

NMB’s Smith picked to kick at Ray Guy prospect camp

North Myrtle Beach High’s Zane Smith received the Ray Guy Prokicker.com Top Prospect Award this week and will compete at the National Top Prospect Camp on July 14-15 in Richmond, KY. Based on Smith’s strong freshman season as the Chiefs’ starting placekicker and punter, along with his “outstanding past performance at the Ray Guy Kicking Camp”, the rising sophomore... 

MB’s Grigg, NMB duo put teams in hunt for 4A title

Defending state runner-up Myrtle Beach is in a familiar position, tied for second place, following Monday’s first round of the Class 4A state championship at The Hackler Course in Conway. Lancaster (304) carries a one-stroke lead over Myrtle Beach and AC Flora (314), which has leader Nic Poole atop the individual leaderboard at 69. Local golfers are within striking distance, both individually... 

Baseball: NMB stays alive; Conway, MB seasons end

The North Myrtle Beach baseball team staved off elimination by blasting Darlington 9-2 on Saturday. The Chiefs advance to the district finals to face Chapin on Monday. They need to win two to win the district and move on to the Lower State series. * Summerville 6, Conway 0: The Tigers’ season came to an end after the Green Wave avenged their first-round loss with a shutout win in an elimination... 

Chiefs’ batters go ice cold at Chapin, face elimination

The No. 2-seeded North Myrtle Beach High baseball team had the tables turned on them in the second round of the district playoffs Friday, suffering a 3-0 road loss to top-seeded Chapin. After posting a shutout victory in the playoff opener Tuesday, the Chiefs were limited to only four hits as Eagles ace Cade Austin pitched a complete game to hang a goose egg on the board. North Myrtle Beach’s... 

Baseball: Tigers top Wave; NMB pounds Hilton Head

The Conway High baseball team pulled a big road upset in the first round of the SCHSL Class 5A district playoffs Wednesday by knocking off Summerville 3-2. Trailing 2-1 in the sixth inning, the Tigers proved more than worthy of their at-large postseason bid by rallying past the top-seeded Green Wave to take the late lead. Conway’s Seth Skipper two-out single scored Will Smith and Jordan Hilburn... 

Track: NMB girls win title; St. James sweeps second

The North Myrtle Beach girls captured the Region 7-4A Track & Field title Tuesday at Doug Shaw Memorial Stadium, and the St. James boys and girls were runners-up. The Lady Chiefs (144 points) beat the Lady Sharks (109), Wilson (65), Myrtle Beach (29) and Marlboro County (7). North Myrtle Beach’s winners included Emily Barbosa (pole vault), Shania Parker (discus and shot put), Malayasia... 

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... 
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