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Athlete of Week: NMB’s Hudson goes the distance

The North Myrtle Beach High girls soccer program was in need of a nice kick start, and the Lady Chiefs got it from an unlikely source more than 8,000 miles away – Hadley Hudson from New Zealand. The junior midfielder made the long move last year and she has been helping the program reach new heights ever since. She scored five goals in two games last week to earn the Mammy’s Kitchen... 

Hot Chiefs roll to tri-match win over Sharks, Panthers

The St. James High boys golf team had cold and rainy weather to blame for keeping them from hosting a match at home course Blackmoor until Monday. This time it was a hot-shooting North Myrtle Beach squad that spoiled the Sharks’ home opener. North Myrtle Beach’s Chandler Casey fired a sizzling 31 to earn medalist honors and teammate McClure Thompson shot a nine-hole 33 to lead the Chiefs... 

Softball: Sharks, Panthers, Chiefs net big region wins

The St. James High softball team officially hopped into the driver’s seat of the Region 7-4A standings Friday night with a convincing 7-2 victory over visiting Myrtle Beach. After rallying to defeat fellow region title contender North Myrtle Beach earlier this week, the Lady Chiefs remained undefeated in league play by knocking off the Lady Seahawks for sole possession of first place. St.... 

Soccer: NMB boys, girls record shutouts of Aynor

The North Myrtle Beach High girls soccer team bounced back from a tough loss with a strong showing on the road in an 8-0 shutout of Aynor on Thursday. Hadley Hudson posted a hat trick while Jenna Berger tallied a pair of goals. Emma Delaney, Jordan Berger and Brooke Kennedy also found the back of the net, and Taylor Monahan provided an assist. North Myrtle Beach goalkeepers Montana Fields and Jordan... 

Baseball: Chiefs rally past Sharks; MB blasts Wilson

The North Myrtle Beach High baseball team rallied for three runs in the sixth inning to knock off the visiting Sharks on Tuesday. Chase Hudson drove in the game-tying run and Donald Hansis drove in the game-winner, spoiling an otherwise stellar outing by St. James starter Anthony Peck. He allowed only six hits and has a shutout going into the Chiefs’ final turn at-bat. North Myrtle Beach... 

Track & Field: NMB, CF run away with tri-meet sweeps

The North Myrtle Beach High boys track and field team improved to 2-0 on the season by winning a tri-meet Thursday night at Waccamaw. The Chiefs tallied 86 total points to defeat the host Warriors (68) and third-place Green Sea Floyds (9), and they saved their most exciting victory for last. The final race of the night saw the Chiefs’ 4×400 relay team outlast the Warriors as a pair of... 

Soccer: Chiefs sweep CF; MB girls edge Waccamaw

For the second straight night the North Myrtle Beach girls soccer team defeated a Class 5A foe, this time blowing out Carolina Forest 7-1 at home Wednesday night. On the heels of a 3-1 win over Socastee on Tuesday, the Class 4A Lady Chiefs put on another impressive outing against the Lady Panthers. North Myrtle Beach junior Hadley Hudson scored a pair of goals an dished out an assist to lead the... 

Softball: Chiefs charge past Braves for season’s first win

The North Myrtle Beach High softball team captured its first win of the season Wednesday with a 6-4 road victory over Socastee. The Lady Braves jumped out to a 3-1 lead after one inning of play but the Lady Chiefs managed to tie it up entering the seventh inning and plate a pair of runs in the third to tie it, then score the go-ahead run in the fifth. North Myrtle Beach added a pair of insurance... 

Girls Soccer: NMB girls flip script in win over Socastee

The North Myrtle Beach High girls avenged last week’s tough loss to Socastee by defeating the visiting Lady Braves 3-1 on Tuesday night. After falling to Socastee in penalty kicks in last week’s meeting, the Lady Chiefs got it done in regulation this time thanks to a huge game from goalkeeper Jordan Hernandez, who had 10 saves in the win. North Myrtle Beach’s Hadley Hudson had... 

Lacrosse: Seahawks sweep rival Chiefs in first meeting

The Myrtle Beach High boys and girls lacrosse teams scored a sweep over North Myrtle Beach on the road Monday night in the first-ever meeting between the two programs. The Lady Seahawks opened the twinbill with an impressive 17-4 victory over the first-year Lady Chiefs. Myrtle Beach was led by Athena Vereen with eight goals. The boys game featured a much tighter contest as the Seahawks captured... 
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