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Girls Hoops: NMB, Conway knock off intra-county rivals

The North Myrtle Beach girls basketball team had one final tuneup before opening their region title defense next week. If Friday’s game is any indication, the Lady Chiefs are ready to make a repeat run. North Myrtle Beach destroyed host Loris 60-21 with a suffocating defense, turning 41 Lady Lions’ turnover into 40 points. The Lady Chiefs built a 27-7 halftime lead and cruised the rest... 

Shootout by the Sea: NMB loses title game to Hillcrest

The North Myrtle Beach boys basketball team came up one win short of winning its own Shootout By The Sea tournament on Monday, falling to Hillcrest 59-52 in the championship game. Matt Lindsey scored half of North Myrtle Beach’s points with a game-high 26 but no other Chief was able to reach double digits. Twin brother Josh Lindsey had nine points and a team-high 17 rebounds. Hillcrest’s... 

Shootout by the Sea: NMB boys win, advance to final

The North Myrtle Beach boys basketball team advanced to the finals of its own tournament, the Shootout By The Sea, by defeating Lancaster (PA) 68-64 in Sunday night’s semifinals. For the second straight night the Chiefs nearly let a second-half lead slip away in the waning minutes. NMB led by as many as seven points with 5 minutes remaining, but saw Lancaster take a 64-63 lead with 30 seconds... 

Shootout By The Sea: NMB boys, girls hold on for wins

The North Myrtle Beach High boys basketball team had to survive a furious comeback by visiting Carolina to hang on for a 56-55 victory in the Shootout By The Sea tournament. The Chiefs led by as many as 19 points midway through the second half before Carolina made its run and eventually taking a 55-54 lead with 1 minute remaining. But North Myrtle Beach’s Matt Lindsey hit the game-winner with... 

Boys Hoops: NMB avenges loss to CF; CA nets Sharks

North Myrtle Beach’s Matt Lindsey poured in a career-high 31 points to lead the Chiefs to an 83-79 victory over host Carolina Forest on Tuesday night. The Chiefs (5-1) avenged their only loss of the season to the Panthers thanks to Lindsey’s big night from 3-point land and the free throw line. Twin brother Josh Lindsey added 14 points and William Mill scored 12 for NMB. Carolina Forest’s... 

North Myrtle Beach scores sweep of visiting Conway

The North Myrtle Beach girls basketball team got double-doubles from a senior and a freshman to lead the way in a 50-40 victory over visiting Conway on Thursday night. North Myrtle Beach struggled in the first half and entered the second half tied with the Lady Tigers at 23-all. But the Lady Chiefs used a 17-10 edge in the third period to pull away from Conway down the stretch. Freshman Aquera Johnson... 

NMB’s Lindsey twins lead Chiefs’ blowout of Ashley

The North Myrtle Beach boys and girls basketball teams played border rival Ashley (NC) for the second time in six nights, but the results were much the same. The Chiefs (3-1) rolled to a 63-54 victory over the visiting Eagles for their third consecutive win, while the Lady Chiefs (2-2) were crushed by Ashley again, this time by a 69-27 score. Ashley’s Felecity Havens led four Lady Eagles in double... 

NMB boys take first victory; Lady Chiefs go cold on road

Following a cold-shooting opening night, the North Myrtle Beach boys basketball team turned in a balanced scoring effort Wednesday night to score a 74-59 victory over host Ashley (NC). The Chiefs (1-1), who suffered a 66-56 loss to Carolina Forest on Tuesday, went north of the Carolina border to get a total team effort. Four players scored in double figures and 10 players scored overall. North Myrtle... 

Panthers knock off Chiefs; NMB girls earn split with CF

The Carolina Forest boys basketball team got off to a strong start to the season with a 66-56 victory over host North Myrtle Beach on Tuesday night. Newcomers Parker Helgerson and TJ Simmons led the Panthers with 17 and 15 points, respectively, and senior Ryan Yurachel just missed a double-double with nine points and a game-high 11 rebounds. The boards proved to be the difference in an otherwise close... 

NMB’s breakthrough season comes to end at Thurmond

The North Myrtle Beach High football team’s miracle season came to an end in the second round of the Class 3A playoffs on Friday, falling on the road to Strom Thurmond 27-17. The Chiefs (9-3), who were trying to become only the second team in school history to reach the third round, were within striking distance in the final minutes before a turnover deep in their own territory allowed the Rebels... 
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