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Softball: Lady Tigers drop opener against White Knoll

The Conway High softball team was shut out in first round of the Class 5A Lower State tournament by visiting White Knoll 6-0 on Saturday. Fortunately for the Lady Tigers, they are no strangers to battle their way out of the losers’ bracket. Coming off a three-game winning streak of one-run victories that helped Conway claim the district title, the Lady Tigers were handcuffed at the plate... 

Boys Soccer: MB, Socastee suffer tough losses in semis

In a rematch of last year’s Class 3A boys soccer state championship game between Myrtle Beach and Chapin, the outcome was the same in Saturday’s Class 4A Lower State semifinal – a tough one-goal loss for the Seahawks. Although a more defensive game than last year’s 3-2 Chapin win in the state title match, the Eagles got the game’s only goal in the final minutes of... 

Tennis: Braves down Irmo; Seahawks fall in marathon

The Class 4A boys tennis Lower State semifinal between Myrtle Beach and AC Flora had so much drama they needed two days to settle it. After thunderstorms interrupted Thursday’s critical match with the score tied at 2-all, the Seahawks had to make a return trip Friday to finish the showdown. Myrtle Beach came out on the short end of a 4-3 score as AC Flora advances to face Hilton Head Island... 

Girls Soccer: Myrtle Beach falls to state-champ Chapin

The Myrtle Beach High girls soccer team’s season came to an end Friday night in the Class 4A Lower State semifinals, falling on the road to defending state champion Chapin 6-0. On a cool and windy night in the Midlands, the Lady Seahawks battled the state champs on their home turf and held their own for a half as the game remained scoreless until the waning minutes before intermission. But... 

MB, NMB top all-region; Freeman player of year

Region 7-4A baseball champion Myrtle Beach and runner-up North Myrtle Beach dominated the all-region list that was announced Friday, but it was a fourth-place St. James standout who was crowned the player of the year. St. James junior Trystan Freeman earned the honor after helping the Sharks rally late in the season to earn a playoff berth. He was one of four Sharks to make the list – first-team... 

Boys Soccer: Braves win in sudden death; MB cruises

The Socastee High boys soccer team went to triple overtime before claiming a sudden-death victory over visiting James Island in the second round of the Class 5A playoffs. Socastee’s Chris Matlashewski notched a hat trick to account for all the Braves’ scoring, capped by a penalty kick in the final 5-minute, sudden-death overtime period. Matlashewski put Socastee on the board first with... 

Athlete of Week: Gordon has 100 scores, one goal

Myrtle Beach junior Tristan Gordon scored the 100th goal of her high school career earlier this week, but she is focused on only one goal – helping the Lady Seahawks keep their playoff hopes alive. Gordon leads the Lady Seahawks to the Class 4A Lower State semifinals Friday against defending state champion Chapin. After surpassing a personal milestone, she and the Lady Seahawks hope to reach... 

Tennis: Seahawks tied with AC Flora in postponement

The Myrtle Beach High tennis team had hoped to take care of business Thursday at AC Flora and advance to the Class 4A Lower State championship match. However, Mother Nature and Father Time had other plans. With the Lower State semifinal tied at 2-all and a fifth match headed to a tiebreaker, heavy rains and time restrictions forced the two teams to postpone the drama for one more day. The deciding... 

Softball: Tigers sweep FD; Sharks’ run ends in extras

The Conway High softball team’s magical season continued Wednesday with the Lady Tigers sweeping a doubleheader from host Fort Dorchester by a pair of runs in each game of the winner-take-all series. Conway scored two runs in the first inning and made it stand up for a 2-1 victory in the opener. The Lady Tigers followed it up with a thrilling 3-2 comeback win over the Lady Patriots to advance... 

Girls Soccer: MB advances to Lower State semifinals

The Myrtle Beach and St. James girls soccer teams came out on opposite ends of 3-1 scores in the second round of the Class 4A playoffs on Wednesday night. The top-seeded Lady Seahawks (15-8) claimed a 3-1 victory over visiting Beaufort to advance to the Lower State semifinals, while the second-seeded Lady Sharks suffered a 3-1 defeat at Hilton Head. St. James’ season is over while Myrtle... 
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