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Chiefs defeat Seahawks, defend Region 7-4A title

The North Myrtle Beach High wrestling team celebrated Senior Night in the best fashion possible – by clinching the Region 7-4A championship. The Chiefs defeated rival Myrtle Beach 57-12 to claim back-to-back region titles and home mat advantage for Saturday’s opening round of the Class 4A state playoffs. They will host Stall, Darlington, and Lower Richland on Saturday beginning at noon... 

Wrestling: MB, NMB win, set up region-title finale

The Myrtle Beach and North Myrtle Beach wrestling teams scored big wins on Thursday, and now both teams turn their attention to each other in a showdown for the Region 7-4A championship. The Seahawks continued their turnaround season with a hard-fought 39-30 victory over host St. James. They beat the Sharks, the longtime powerhouse in the region, and now set their sights on the rival Chiefs on... 

Chiefs down Sharks, take charge of region title race

The North Myrtle Beach High wrestling team won nine consecutive matches to defeat region foe St. James 53-24 on Tuesday and stay on course for a Region 7-4A championship. St. James dominated the lower weight classes, winning by forfeit at 106 and 113 and getting pins by Blake Wygant (126) and Davis Cloer (132). North Myrtle Beach’s Rodrigo Velazquez (120) got a pin as the Chiefs’ lone... 

NMB boys, girls suffer first region setbacks at Wilson

The North Myrtle Beach High boys and girls basketball teams suffered tough losses Thursday night at Wilson, dealing each squad their first region defeats of the season. The No. 7-ranked Lady Chiefs (14-2 overall, 2-1 Region 7-4A) saw their 14-game winning streak snapped in a 60-38 loss to the defending state finalist and No. 5-ranked Lady Tigers. Wilson broke open a tight game at halftime to pull... 

Hoops: Chiefs, Tigers use last-second shots for wins

North Myrtle Beach High’s Cooper Chandler picked the right time to find the hot hand in the Chiefs’ 53-50 victory over region foe Marlboro County on Friday. Coming off a team-high 18 point performance in Wednesday’s Region 7-4A opening win over St. James, Chandler was limited to only 2 points until the final seconds against the Bulldogs. Chandler made a steal and hit the game-winning... 

Athlete of Week: NMB’s Livingston ruling on mat

North Myrtle Beach High two-sport standout Kwame Livingston didn’t have much time to make the transition from the football field to the wrestling mat. As it turns out, he didn’t need it. After leading the Chiefs football team to its first undefeated regular season and a trip to the third round of the Class 4A playoffs, Livingston was in the gym the following Monday looking to start... 

Three NMB wrestlers go unbeaten at Wildcat Duels

The North Myrtle Beach wrestling team went a so-so 3-3 at the Wildcat Duels in Lexington on Friday and Saturday, but the experience the Chiefs received by competing in the talented field was far from average. North Myrtle Beach defeated Westside 48-30 and Laurens 59-22 on Friday but lost to Lugoff-Elgin 57-24 and River Bluff 48-24. On Saturday, the Chiefs beat White Knoll 51-27 and lost to Fort... 

Lady Chiefs win Shootout by the Sea for first title

The North Myrtle Beach Lady Chiefs took home the victory trophy from their own tournament today, defeating A.C. Flora 47-33. The Shootout by the Sea hosts had their eye on the title after falling in the 2016 finals to Goose Creek. It’s the first Shootout title for the Lady Chiefs. Led by first year head coach Brooke Smith, the Lady Chiefs move to 13-1 on the year, and sit with No. 3 state... 

Chiefs advance to Shootout by the Sea championship

The North Myrtle Beach Lady Chiefs basketball team advanced to the championship of the Shootout By The Sea with a 47-33 victory over Christ Church. The Chiefs defeated Wrenn Thursday in the opening round at North Myrtle Beach High School. The Chiefs will face A.C. Flora in the final Saturday evening at 6pm. This will be the second year in a row that the Chiefs have played in the final game. The... 

NMB’s Gore, Conway trio sign early with FBS teams

Four Grand Strand area players, including three from Conway High, took advantage of the Early Signing Period to make their college choices official. Conway wide receiver Juwon Moody (East Carolina) and offensive linemen Gunner Britton (Western Kentucky) and Raiqwon O’Neal (Rutgers) signed with Football Bowl Series programs, as did North Myrtle Beach athlete Tyler Gore (Georgia State). All... 
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