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Track: NMB girls, SJ boys win; CF sweeps quad meet

The North Myrtle Beach girls and St. James boys won at a four-team track and field meet on Wednesday at St. James. The Lady Chiefs tallied a total of 94 points to defeat Waccamaw (84), St. James (54), and Socastee (30). Jevelyn Cox lead the Lady Chiefs by winning events in both track (400 meters) and field (shot put). In boys action, St. James racked up 84 points to down Waccamaw (76), North Myrtle... 

Soccer: Chiefs, Panthers, Braves win via shutouts

Fresh off a runner-up finish in the preseason Cavalier Kickoff Classic, the Carolina Forest girls soccer team opened the regular season with a 6-0 victory over visiting North Myrtle Beach on Tuesday. Katelyn Perry and Christina Niederegger scored two goals apiece and Perry added an assist to lead the Lady Panthers. Abbie McCoy made an unassisted goal and dished out three assists on the night, and... 

Boys 3A Playoffs: Strand teams exit in first round

Top-seeded North Myrtle Beach was bitten by the upset bug in the first round of the Class 3A boys basketball playoffs, falling at home to fourth-seeded Lakewood 55-48 on Tuesday night. After leading 30-28 at halftime, the Chiefs were outscored 13-6 in the third quarter and the Gators extended their lead to double digits late in the fourth quarter. The Region 7-3A champion Chiefs were able to trim... 

Nine local teams set to hit floor for postseason play

The second season gets under way this week for Grand Strand area basketball teams as the SCHSL playoffs tip off Monday. The Class 3A girls get the postseason started with three local teams involved. Top-seeded Myrtle Beach will host Lakewood, while No. 3 St. James travels to No. 2 Manning and No. 4 North Myrtle Beach visits No. 1-seeded Crestwood. The Class 4A girls get into the action Tuesday... 

Boys Hoops: Chiefs beat Seahawks for region title

The North Myrtle Beach High boys basketball team turned Senior Night into an even bigger celebration by defeating rival Myrtle Beach 67-60 and securing the Region 7-3A championship. The Chiefs (10-12, 7-3) snapped the Seahawks’ (9-13, 6-4) six-game winning streak in the first-place showdown, which became a de facto region championship game with co-leader Wilson losing to Georgetown. North... 

Boys Hoops: MB, NMB win to set up first-place match

The Myrtle Beach High football team is accustomed to six-game winning streaks. The boys basketball team? Not so much, at least not this season. In fact, it the Seahawks (9-12 overall, 6-3 Region 7-3A) won only three times in their first 15 games. But the amazing turnaround continued Tuesday night as the Seahawks rallied to defeat visiting Georgetown 60-48, maintaining a  three-way share for first... 

Athlete of the Week: Injury doesn’t stop NMB’s Reisen

Coming off a surprising run to the Class 3A state wrestling tournament as a freshman, North Myrtle Beach’s Brandon Reisen was looking forward to taking the next step this season. In an instant, he feared his sophomore campaign was almost over before it began. Wrestling in the 120-pound finals of the season-opening North Myrtle Beach Duals, Reisen landed awkwardly on his elbow and suffered... 

North Myrtle Beach scores road win over Blue Jackets

The North Myrtle Beach wrestling team captured a 40-27 victory over Aynor on Thursdays thanks to a strong run by the Chiefs’ middle weights. North Myrtle Beach won five straight matches from the 126 to 152 weight divisions, four of them by decision, to pull out the win over the host Blue Jackets. North Myrtle Beach’s Codie Aube (126), Tanner Collins (132), Brennan Michael (145) and... 

NMB boys, SJ girls use late bursts to win region debuts

The North Myrtle Beach High boys basketball team won its region opener in impressive fashion Monday night, knocking off St. James 62-46 at the Shark Tank. The Chiefs (5-10 overall, 1-0 Region 7-3A) trailed 24-21 at halftime but broke open a close game in the second half and pulled away from the Sharks (6-8, 0-1) to make a strong start to region play. North Myrtle Beach was led by Maurice Finch... 

Boys Hoops: Chiefs surge past Braves with 10-0 run

Playing its second game in as many nights, the North Myrtle Beach High boys basketball team dug deep Friday night to knock off visiting Socastee 70-60. The Chiefs scored 10 unanswered points to close the first half and carry a 30-24 advantage at intermission. The Chiefs built their lead to as many as 13 in the third period before the Braves made a late run. Socastee cut the deficit to four on two... 
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