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Boys Hoops: MB, Conway win openers, clash Friday

The Myrtle Beach High boys basketball team opened the 2014-2015 season with a convincing 62-52 victory over visiting Carolina Forest on Tuesday night. The Seahawks (1-0), who lost nine seniors off last year’s squad, broke open a tight game in the second half, turning a 30-29 halftime lead into a double-digit victory over the Panthers. Myrtle Beach sophomore Bryce Schneider scored a game-high... 

Girls Hoops: MB, Socastee take wins over local rivals

The Myrtle Beach High girls basketball team captured an impressive 45-27 win over visiting Carolina Forest in its season opener Tuesday night. The Lady Seahawks (1-0) jumped out to a 22-7 lead in the first half and cruised the rest of the way to top the Lady Panthers (0-1). Freshman Keocia Walker led Myrtle Beach with 15 points, and sophomore Nia Sumpter added 11 points. Myrtle Beach play host to Conway... 

Athlete of the Week: NMB’s Jenerette far ahead of pace

Perhaps it should come as no surprise that 13-year-old Wilson Jenerette is running at a rate well beyond her years. Growing up the youngest in a family filled with distance runners, she always had to keep up with the pack. Some of Wilson’s earliest childhood memories are from attending her parents’ and elder siblings’ races and rooting for them to win. Now she’s the one on the... 

Christian Academy of MB claims first win of season

The Christian Academy of Myrtle Beach boys basketball team captured its first win of the season with an impressive 83-63 victory over Lamar in the West Florence Turkey Shootout on Wednesday. The Saints (1-2) had an excellent bounce-back shooting night, connecting on 38 percent from the 3-pointline, 69 percnt from the field and 79 percent from the free throw line. Eighth-grader Michael Green had another... 

Sand & Hoops Invitational: Aucs top Braves for title

The Socastee High girls basketball team came up short in the championship game of the Sand & Hoops Invitational on Wednesday, falling to state power Mullins 59-42. This time it was the Lady Auctioneers (3-0) that used a fourth-quarter run to get the victory. In Tuesday’s semifinals, the host Lady Braves (2-1) needed a fourth quarter surge to get past Carvers Bay 48-43 to advance to the title... 

Seahawks forced to forfeit victory over Carolina Forest

History will show that Carolina Forest won back-to-back games over Class 3A state football power and rival Myrtle Beach, even if folks don’t quite remember it that way. The Seahawks were forced to forfeit their 52-35 victory over the Panthers on Sept. 19 for using an ineligible player. Offensive lineman Poppy Randall was originally ruled ineligible at the start of the 2014 season but was added... 

Sand & Hoops Invitational: CF, Socastee win openers

The Carolina Forest girls opened the 2014-15 season Monday night in impressive fashion at the Sand & Hoops Invitational, blowing out Georgetown 82-30 behind the strength of three freshman standouts. Freshman Alexis Tomlin had game-highs with 26 points and 19 rebounds, and senior Kia Brisbon also notched a double-double with 17 points and 11 boards. She also had five steals and five assists. Carolina... 

Socastee rallies past rival CAMB in Turkey Shootout

Socastee High and Christian Academy of Myrtle Beach are separated only by a few miles, but the two teams made the 60-mile trek to Florence to continue the local rivalry in the West Florence Turkey Shootout. Socastee overcame a slow start to defeat Christian Academy of Myrtle Beach 51-40 in the consolation bracket on Monday night. The Braves (1-1) trailed 11-3 after one quarter of play but rallied to... 

Saints drop season opener to H-P in Turkey Shootout

The Christian Academy of Myrtle Beach boys basketball team, fresh of its fourth SCISA Class A state championship, opened the 2014-15 season by stepping out of the private-school league to face a public-school power in the West Florence Gatorade Turkey Shootout. Tournament co-host Hannah-Pamplico (1-0) handed the Saints (0-1) a 63-47 defeat by pulling away in the fourth quarter. CAMB, which lost six... 

Shorthanded Seahawks fall to hungry Marlboro County

The talk began shortly after Myrtle Beach High’s young squad won the 2013 Class 3A state championship: If they can stay healthy, the Seahawks should win it again. The operative phrase, “If they can stay healthy,” proved to be the ultimate downfall of Myrtle Beach’s title defense as they fell to visiting Marlboro County 42-17 in the third round of the state playoffs Friday night... 
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