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Softball: Seahawks rip LC; Tigers surge past Braves

The Myrtle Beach High girls softball team scored its second big win in as many days by routing Lake City 16-0 on Friday. Pitcher Carly Grace Bodge earned her third win of the season as the Lady Seahawks (3-0 overall, 2-0 region) backed her up with the bats as six players had multi-hit performances before the match was stopped via the mercy rule Myrtle Beach’s McKenzie Coble, Ellissa Leach and... 

St. James caps busy week with Georgetown beatdown

The No. 3-ranked St. James High boys soccer team completed a sweep of a very busy opening week on Friday with a 7-0 road victory over region foe Georgetown. After winning the Michael Nash Memorial, the Sharks (7-0-1 overall, 2-0 Region 7-3A) began this week with a 5-3 victory over rival Socastee on Monday and a 2-0 region opening win over North Myrtle Beach before posting back-to-back shutouts against... 

Baseball: Sharks shut out Bulldogs; MB falls in 13th

The St. James High baseball team got a solid pitching performance from starter Dillon LeDuc and reliever Jacob Ziegler in Friday’s 5-0 shutout victory over host Georgetown. LeDuc allowed only one hit through five innings and Ziegler mopped up with two hitless frames to hold the Bulldogs’ batters at bay. They combined for 10 strikeouts to only one walk. The Sharks also got some solid hitting... 

Soccer: Lady Sharks go on goal feeding frenzy in win

The St. James girls soccer team scored early and often for a blowout victory over visiting Georgetown on Thursday. The Lady Sharks got a rare four-goal performance from Illeene Santos, and Stephanie Cumez was the only other multi-goal scorer with two. St. James got one goal apiece from Kasey Emilee, Mary Ropp, Logan Conness, Haley Brandon and Kylie Conlin. St. James was able to get its reserves lots... 

Lady Tigers capture second at four-team track meet

The Conway High girls track team placed second in a four team meet at Marion on Thursday, and several Lady Tigers took first and second places in their respective events. Loris won the overall team title with 78 points, defeating Conway (57), Marion (26) and Mullins (19). Conway captured first place in four individual firsts and five runners-up. Conway’s Kenia Smith won the 1-mile run (6:16)... 

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... 

Baseball: Late errors prove pricy for Braves, Seahawks

Twenty-four hours after its rock-solid start to the season, the Socastee High baseball team struggled in virtually every phase of the game in Thursday’s 14-4 loss to visiting Summerville. The Braves (1-1) were near-flawless in beating Carolina Forest 4-0 on Wednesday, but the good fortune did not last much longer. Socastee committed four errors to none for the Green Wave, and the bullpen allowed... 

CF boys honor injured player with big win over Warriors

The Carolina Forest boys lacrosse team joined programs from around the state in showing its support for injured Chapin High player Jack Enright in Wednesday’s 16-8 victory over Waccamaw. Enright, who suffered a broken neck in a lacrosse match last weekend, has seen the lacrosse community around the state respond to offer emotional and financial support during his time of need. The Panthers wore... 

Socastee stops Seahawks in penalty-kick shootout

The Socastee High boys soccer team captured a hard-fought 3-2 victory over rival Myrtle Beach in a shootout on Wednesday night, edging the Seahawks 5-4 in penalty kicks. Socastee’s Chris Matlashewski scored a pair of goals in the first half, one on a PK, but the Seahawks got scores from Brandon Harrington and Adolpho Aguilar to send the game into overtime. Following two scoreless overtime periods,... 

Saints stay undefeated on court with win over Tigers

The Christian Academy of Myrtle Beach boys tennis team kept its record unblemished on the season with a 5-1 victory over host Conway on Wednesday. The Saints (3-0), who defeated small schools Aynor and Lowcountry Day in their openers, took down a Class 4A public school team in the Tigers, whose lone win came at No. 1 singles with Drew Smith’s 6-4, 6-2 win over Ian McCauley. The Saints swept the... 
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