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Softball: MB splits with Ohio teams; NMB wins at Cheraw

The Myrtle Beach High softball team evened its record at the Grand Strand softball classic by defeating Thomas Worthington (OH) 10-4 on Tuesday. After suffering a tournament-opening loss to Green (OH) on Monday, the Lady Seahawks put together a complete game on offense, defense and pitching Tuesday. Myrtle Beach pitchers Carly Grace Bodge and Lindsey Coble combined to pitch for the win. Teammates... 

Softball: Doolittle lifts NMB; St. James topples Wilson

North Myrtle Beach pitcher Cissy Doolittle earned the first win of her high school career in memorable fashion – with a five-inning no-hitter. Doolittle pitched five hitless innings and went 3-for-4 at the plate with three runs scored to lead the Lady Chiefs (8-3 overall, 4-1 Region 7-3A) to a 15-0 mercy-rule victory over Lake City on Tuesday. North Myrtle Beach’s Macy Johnson went... 

Lady Chiefs deliver Graves 500th career coaching win

It’s been a big weekend for North Myrtle Beach High softball coach James Graves. Make that a big career too. His Lady Chiefs won three games in a two-day span to give him his 500th coaching victory. North Myrtle Beach defeated rival Myrtle Beach 11-4 on Friday as Julia Cole (two RBIs) and Makala Gore (home run and three RBIs) each went 3-for-4 at the plate and Taylor Hansis pitched for win... 

MB’s Bodge, NMB’s Hansis pitch their teams to victory

The Myrtle Beach High softball team beat rival Conway 8-1 on Thursday behind the hot pitching of Carly Grace Bodge. Bodge picked up her second win of the season and got some outstanding defensive support in defeating the Lady Tigers. The Lady Seahawks also got plenty of offense, led by sophomore Elissa Leah. She went 4-for-4 with four doubles and four RBIs. Myrtle Beach’s Morgan Compton went... 

Softball: MB, NMB capture wins in Region 7-3A debuts

The Myrtle Beach High softball team opened the 2015 season with a 16-2 win over region foe Wilson. Freshman pitcher Carly Grace Bodge picked up her first win on the mound.  Leading the offense were juniors Morgan Compton and Deriica Burgess. The Lady Seahawks return to action Thursday when they take on rival Conway Tigers. * North Myrtle Beach 10, St. James 3: The Lady Chiefs trailed before exploding... 

Chiefs, Sharks qualify six for state wrestling tourney

Fourteen Grand Strand-area wrestlers are headed for next weekend’s individual state championships after placing top-four finishes in the Lower State tournament, including champions from three different schools. Socastee’s Justin Knipper (120) captured the championship at the Class 4A Lower State meet, while St. James’ Michael MeWhorter (145) and North Myrtle Beach’s Raesean... 

Boys Hoops: Sharks settle for second; Chiefs still alive

Wilson wrapped up the Region 7-3A title with a 57-46 victory over host St. James on Tuesday night. The Sharks (15-5, 6-3) missed out on their chance to force a first-place tie atop the region standings but still have the No. 2 spot secured along with a first-round playoff game at home. Jackson Hurston led the Sharks with 16 points and Jordan Fields added 11. St. James closes out the regular season... 

Girls Hoops: Braves punch playoff ticket; NMB in hunt

The North Myrtle Beach girls basketball team celebrated Senior Night by taking one step closer to locking up a playoff berth with a 71-51 victory over visiting Lake City on Tuesday night. The Lady Chiefs (12-11, 4-5 Region 7-3A) kept their playoff hopes alive with one game left in the region and regular season. They need to beat Myrtle Beach on Thursday or have St. James defeat Lake City to avoid... 

NMB’s Gore tops local list of 11 on National Signing Day

At least 11 Grand Strand-area high school football players will be playing at the college level next season, the perfect number to field a pretty impressive squad. North Myrtle Beach’s Colby Gore led the local contingent on National Signing Day on Wednesday, signing with FBS school East Carolina. Good thing the reigning Region 7-3A Athlete of the Year is a three-way player – defensive... 

NMB boys, St. James girls win close region openers

The North Myrtle Beach High boys basketball team captured a key home victory in Monday night’s Region 7-3A opener, defeating preseason co-favorite St. James 60-57. Josh Livingston scored a game-high 25 points to lead the host Chiefs (9-3 overall, 1-0 region) past the pesky Sharks (9-3, 0-1). Kendrick Furness added 14 points and Doodle Hill chipped in nine points for the Chiefs. St. James... 
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