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Golf: Myrtle Beach boys win Lower State Championship

The Myrtle Beach High boys golf team captured the Class 3A Lower State Championship on Monday at Golden Bear Golf Club in Hilton Head Island. The Seahawks fired a first-place round of 303 to capture the Lower State title and advance to next week’s Class 3A state championship tournament. Myrtle Beach’s John David Gooden and Micheal Leftis shot rounds of 1-over 73. to lead the Seahawks.... 

Athlete of Week: Brandon’s move paying off for Sharks

Haywood Brandon’s difficult decision to play high school sports his senior year is having a profound impact on both the St. James boys basketball and soccer programs and him personally. After playing soccer year-round for the Charleston Battery Academy, Brandon gave up the golden opportunity to play pro soccer for the chance to be a Shark. Over the past seven months, he has helped lead his... 

Seahawks, Sharks to meet again for Lower State title

The Class 3A Lower State Championship will be a showdown between two Grand Strand state powers as both the Myrtle Beach and St. James boys soccer team scored huge road victories on Saturday. The Seahawks went into penalty kicks to claim a 2-1 victory over Brookland-Cayce, while the Sharks won their second playoff game in as many nights with a 2-1 victory at Aiken in the Lower State semifinals. The... 

Carolina Forest tops Sumter in Lower State tourney debut

The Carolina Forest High baseball team continued its hot streak to defeat region rival Sumter 4-3 in the first round of the Class 4A Lower State tournament. After sweeping through the district tournament, the Panthers won their seventh straight game overall and claimed a rare win over the region champion Gamecocks. Carolina Forest came out swinging with three runs in the first inning and never... 

Seahawks sweep Aiken for district title, Lower State bid

The Myrtle Beach High boys baseball team needed a near-perfect day to defeat host Aiken in a doubleheader, claim the District 7 title and advance to the Class 3A Lower State tournament. What the Seahawks got was a lot closer to total perfection as Myrtle Beach beat the Falcons in back-to-back games and punched their its ticket to the Lower State playoff series’ final four. After losing their... 

Lady Chiefs take 20th win, last defeat in district final

The North Myrtle Beach High softball and recorded its 20th win of the season on Friday. Unfortunately, the Lady Chiefs also needed to get No. 21 to advance to the Lower State tournament. The Lady Chiefs won the opener of their district doubleheader at Hanahan but saw their season come to a close in finale for the district championship. Like they did all season, the Lady Chiefs kept swinging until... 

Girls soccer: MB, NMB see seasons end in LS semis

The Myrtle Beach High girls soccer team finally had an off-night defensively, and it cost them dearly. The Lady Seahawks’ (17-5-3) season ended in the Class 3A Lower State semifinals with a loss to host Brookland-Cayce. The also top-seeded Lady Bearcats took a 4-1 victory and the bid to the Lower State final. Myrtle Beach had allowed only one goal over the previous seven games but gave up... 

Boys soccer: MB, Socastee in Lower State semifinals

The Myrtle Beach High boys soccer team is headed to the Class 3A Lower State semifinals following an impressive 5-2 victory over visiting Beaufort on Thursday night at Doug Shaw Memorial Stadium. With scattered storms and winds creating soggy consitions on the artificial turf, the top-seeded Seahawks seized on home-field advantage to rout the Eagles in the second round playoff matchup. Myrtle Beach’s... 

Lady Saints net historic win to earn first state final berth

The Christian Academy of Myrtle Beach girls soccer team is heading to its first-ever SCISA state championship game following an impressive performance in Thursday’s Class A/AA semifinal. The Lady Saints avenged last year’s loss in the same round to Beaufort Academy, recording a 4-0 shutout victory on the road. Mary Chandler Butler scored a pair of goals, Katya Durocher had one goal... 

Softball: Lady Chiefs ace Airport; Hanahan on deck

The North Myrtle Beach High girls softball team staved off elimination in Wednesday’s district contest against visiting Airport, downing the Lady Falcons 4-0 to advance to the district final. North Myrtle Beach’s Taylor Hansis pitched a complete-game shutout, allowing only four hits over seven frames. After grabbing a 1-0 lead in the first inning, the Lady Chiefs broke the game wide... 
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