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Softball: Sharks pull one out; Seahawks half doubleheader

The St. James softball team escaped with a 4-3 victory over visiting Pleasure Ridge Park (KY) in the Grand Strand Softball Classic on Wednesday. The Lady Sharks scored one run in the first to tie it up and two more in the second inning to take the lead for good. Trailing 4-2 in the top of the seventh, Pleasure Ridge Park scored to cut the deficit in half and threatened to tie it up before St. James... 

Baseball: Braves fall short; Seahawks hammer Panthers

The Socastee High baseball team gave up four runs in the first inning and spent the rest of the game trying to get out of the early hole in a 4-2 loss to Logan (WV) on Wednesday in the Mingo Bay Classic. After the rough beginning, Socastee pitchers Jon Yarbrough and Austin Schmitz combined to shut out Logan the rest of the way and strike out 15 batters. But Logan’s Jared Shawver and Chase Burnette... 

Lacrosse: Socastee surges; CF boys, girls net victories

The Socastee High boys lacrosse team rolled past host Waccamaw on Wednesday, shutting out the Warriors in the second half en route to a 20-2 victory. Nick Borriello and Zack Perritt also tallied five goals apiece to combine for half of the Braves’ scoring. Connor Moxley had four goals, Jared Spindler had a hat trick, Cameron Lidard added two goals and Jorden Byrd made one to account for the rest... 

Soccer: St. James repeats; Socastee sweeps Conway

Due to a quirk in the schedule, the St. James boys and girls soccer teams played back-to-back games against region rival Lake City on Tuesday and Wednesday. However, both Sharks squads proved that the results were not a fluke. The St. James boys defeated the Panthers 6-0 on Tuesday, and won by the same score Wednesday at Lake City to remain undefeated in Region 6-4A play at 6-0. Quadarius Grate recorded... 

Athlete of Week: Cassidy a real catch for Lady Sharks

St. James High catcher Noel Cassidy stepped into the position almost nobody wants to play, and put herself in position to play softball at the next level. While attending the Horry County Scholars Academy at Coastal Carolina University, where she will graduate with an associates degree in May, Cassidy began playing at St. James her freshman year as a utility player. When starting catcher Erin Brown... 

Socastee opens Mingo Bay by topping Austintown Fitch

The Socastee High baseball team got off to a good start in the Mingo Bay Classic with a 7-3 victory over visiting Austintown Fitch (OH) on Tuesday. Ryan Beale went 2-for-3 with a three-RBI triple and Dylan Thompson drew three walks and drove in a pair of runs to lead the Braves’ offense to runs in four of six innings. Socastee pitchers Hayes Talley and Austin Bridges combined on a four-hitter... 

Soccer: Lady Saints, Sharks post pair of shutout wins

The Christian Academy of Myrtle Beach girls soccer team recorded back-to-back shutouts to keep its undefeated season in tact. The Lady Saints (4-0) scored a 5-0 victory over visiting Wilmington (NC) Christian Academy on Monday, followed by a 2-0 win over visiting Aynor on Tuesday. CAMB senior Mary Chandler Butler recorded a hat trick in the first game, and sophomore Katya Durocher added a pair of goals.... 

Thompson near-perfect as Socastee silences Conway

Socastee High senior standout Dylan Thompson saved his best stuff for the Braves’ biggest region rival, shutting out visiting Conway 3-0 on Monday. Thompson pitched a complete game one-hitter, striking out eight batters and walking none. Only Colby Ard’s single prevented Thompson’s bid for a no-hitter and perfect game. Conway counterpart Reid Hardwick also had a solid night on the... 

Lacrosse: CF boys split two; Lady Panthers top Beaufort

The Carolina Forest High boys lacrosse team’s last-ditch effort to make the playoffs saw mixed results in a weekend trip to the South Carolina Lowcountry. The Panthers (7-4) split a twinbill on the road by defeating White Knoll 18-10 on Friday night and then dropping a lopsided 22-3 loss to host Hilton Head Island. The seven wins is the highest yearly total for the young Panthers’ program... 

Braves catch Green Wave at SC Diamond Invitational

After suffering back-to-back one-run losses in the first two rounds of the South Carolina Diamond Invitational, Socastee took out its frustration in a 15-9 victory over Summerville to wrap up the tournament. Trailing 6-4 through five innings, the Braves erupted for four runs in the sixth and seven runs in the seventh to blow past the Green Wave and save themselves from a winless showing in the field... 
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