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NMB shows it’s for ‘Reel’ with blowout of Socastee

In a highly anticipated showdown between undefeated North Myrtle Beach and Socastee, the Chiefs proved they are for real – as in first-year coach Matt Reel, who has his team off to a 5-0 start following Friday night’s convincing 41-7 victory over the Braves (3-1). Socastee’s offense had posted 50-plus points twice this season, but North Myrtle Beach’s defense dominated from... 

Athlete of Week: Practice paying for NMB’s Bellamy

North Myrtle Beach High junior volleyball player Sydney Bellamy is a good example of hard work paying off. Turning to the sport as a novice just four years ago, Bellamy has worked her way up the ladder to become a solid contributor on the court for the Chiefs. “When I started volleyball in the seventh grade, I wasn’t very good. I tried out for JV and I wasn’t sure I was even going... 

Lady Chiefs run away with big win over county rivals

The North Myrtle Beach High girls cross country team took on a tough field and rough course conditions in the aftermath of Hurricane Irma to win Tuesday’s five-team meet at Socastee High. The Lady Chiefs added another win to their strong season by tallying 20 team points. Led by medalist Wilson Jenerette, who came from behind with less than 100 meters remaining to break the tape in a time... 

Chiefs survive Bear scare with fourth-quarter surge

The North Myrtle Beach High football team scored the final three touchdowns of the game to knock off a tough challenge from Carvers Bay on Friday night in the Chiefs’ 40-21 home opening victory. The Chiefs (4-0, ranked No. 3 in Class 4A) scored their second win of the week after defeating West Brunswick (NC) on Monday, and the fatigue seemed to show for three quarters, when the Bears (3-1,... 

Chiefs pick up where they left off in win over Trojans

The North Myrtle Beach High football team finished what it started four nights earlier, manhandling state border rival West Brunswick (NC) 38-12 on Monday in a game that originally kicked off Thursday. The No. 3-ranked Chiefs (3-0) only got six plays in before thunderstorms stopped the first installment, but they made the return trip with an impressive performance that saw five different players... 

Chiefs, Panthers impress in back-to-back road sweeps

The North Myrtle Beach High volleyball team claimed a 3-0 sweep over host Socastee on Tuesday to improve to 7-3 on the season. The Lady Chiefs won by scores of 25-16, 25-13, 25-20. They were led by Kayla Henley’s nine kills, followed by Sydney Bellamy and Chandler Dorre with seven each. Maddie Roy had 24 assists and Raegan Matney had nine service points. The Lady Chiefs travel to West Brunswick... 

NMB joins MB in playing Thursday night football

The North Myrtle Beach High football team will join rival Myrtle Beach in the Thursday night spotlight this week. In anticipation of inclement weather in the Cape Fear region Friday, West Brunswick (NC) will host the Chiefs at 7 p.m. Thursday. Friday’s forecast calls for a 40 percent chance of afternoon and evening showers. Myrtle Beach was already scheduled to play Thursday night against... 

Chiefs use stingy defense, big runs to shut out Lions

If defense truly wins championships, the North Myrtle Beach football team could have some rings in its future. The No. 4 Chiefs (2-0) shut out host Loris 30-0 at Heniford Field on Friday night, bringing their grand total of points allowed this season to six. Unlike last week’s 14-6 season-opening victory over Timberland, the NMB defense also got some support from its offensive counterparts... 

Chiefs ride defense to big road win over Timberland

It’s not often a team commits six turnovers and wins. It helps when that team’s defense only gives up the same number of points. North Myrtle Beach used that unusual but effective formula to defeat host Timberland 14-6, using a strong defensive effort to overcome a shaky offense in the No. 4-ranked Chiefs season opener. The Chiefs repeatedly shot themselves in the foot with five fumbles,... 

Kickoff Countdown: NMB looks to ride momentum

The North Myrtle Beach High football team enters the 2017 season with a region title in hand, and a new head coach looking to continue the momentum. Coming off one of their best seasons in history, the defending Region 7-4A champion Chiefs return six starters on offense and five on defense from a group that went 11-2 last year.¬†Expected to fill those holes will be a core group of rising JV players... 
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