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Softball: Lady Chiefs walk, steal their way to easy win

The North Myrtle Beach High softball team continued its perfect run through the Grand Strand Softball Classic in unusual fashion on Thursday. The Lady Chiefs (16-1) routed Frewsburg 18-3 but collected only two hits, using a series of walks and errors to end the game via the mercy rule in four innings. NMB pitcher Kieran Lawson improved to 4-0 on the mound by allowing only five hits, which was three... 

Athlete of the Week: Hansis has Lady Chiefs in title hunt

There’s a new attitude on the North Myrtle Beach High softball team, and much of it stems from starting pitcher Taylor Hansis. The junior righthander has helped the Lady Chiefs to a 13-1 record and first place in the Region 7-3A standings, a position they haven’t found themselves in for nearly a decade. Not coincidentally, that’s about the same time Hansis and many of her Lady Chief... 

Softball: Timely hits lift NMB to victory in tourney opener

The North Myrtle Beach High softball team put together three consecutive hits in the fifth inning to break open a tie game and claim a 4-2 victory over Obion (TN) in the Grand Strand Softbll Classic on Monday. Featuring teams from all over the Southeast and East Coast, the GSSC saw several local teams use their spring break to stay sharp on the diamond. The Lady Chiefs (13-1), who lead Region 7-3A,... 

Soccer: NMB nets sweep; Seahawks shut out Sharks

The North Myrtle Beach boys and girls soccer teams swept visiting Georgetown on Tuesday, with the biys taking a 4-1 victory and the Lady Chiefs winning by an 8-0 shutout. Brooke Kennedy led the Lady Chiefs with three goals and teammate Shannon Butler came up one goal shy of the hat trick. Ingryd Garcia had a goal and an assist, Nicole Crowl and Kylie Jenkins had one goal apiece and Shelby Carr made... 

NMB names Koehler new boys basketball head coach

North Myrtle Beach High School has hired Cameron Koehler as their new varsity boys basketball coach. Koehler’s hire became official earlier today. He will replace Frank Moorhead, who retired in March after 30 years of coaching locally at various schools and levels. Koehler served as an assistant coach last year for the varsity Chiefs boys basketball program that went 21-6, falling in the 2nd... 

Lady Chiefs top Socastee to remain unbeaten in region

The North Myrtle Beach girls softball team is undefeated and in first place in Region 7-3A. NMB got a five-hit shutout from starting pitcher Taylor Hansis and the Lady Chiefs made the most of their two hits to claim a 2-0 victory over visiting Socastee on Tuesday. North Myrtle Beach’s Kieran Lawson and Myatt Hardwick each went 1-for-3 with a run scored, crossing the plate in the first and sixth... 

Lady Chiefs rally in sixth to beat rival Myrtle Beach

The North Myrtle Beach girls softball team rallied for a 5-2 victory over region rival Myrtle Beach. The Lady Chiefs (8-1) trailed 1-0 into the sixth inning before exploding for four runs with two outs in the frame.at Myrtle Beach with a 5-2 victory. Rayni Newman ripped a two-run triple to plate Noel Mishler and Kieran Lawson to give North Myrtle Beach its first lead of the game. But the Lady Chefs... 

Athlete of the Season: Pair of wrestlers top winter list

The 2014 Mammy’s Kitchen Athlete of the Winter Sports Season list is perhaps pound-for-pound the strongest in recent memory. Topping the voting are a pair of wrestlers who barely hit triple digits on the scale – North Myrtle Beach 106-pounder Christian Coppola and Socastee 120-pounder Dylan Martin. Socastee teammate Quin Gammon at 113 pounds made it three lightweights among the top six... 

Athlete of the Week: NMB’s Matt Lindsey leaves mark

One of the things that makes the playoffs so exciting is also what makes them difficult for players, particularly seniors. Except for one team, all the others will end their seasons and careers with a loss. That was the case for North Myrtle Beach High senior Matt Lindsey when his Chiefs were eliminated in the second round of the Class 3A state tournament against Darlington, which faces rival Myrtle... 

Boys Hoops: Seahawks, Chiefs roll in first round

The North Myrtle Beach boys rolled to an easy 59-41 victory over visiting James Island in Thursday’s opening round of the Class 3A state basketball playoffs. Clinging to a 30-25 advantage at halftime, the No. 6-ranked Chiefs (22-6) caught fire in the third quarter to put the game away. They outscored the Trojans 18-10 in the period and never looked back. North Myrtle Beach’s Matt Lindsey... 
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