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Boys Hoops: Tigers make playoffs; Saints win tourney

Friday night’s regular-season finale between rivals Carolina Forest and Conway had a lot more at stake than neighborhood bragging rights. The winner would move on, and the loser would go home. In jeopardy of missing the postseason following a 10-0 start, the visiting Tigers (15-8 overall, 5-5 Region 6-4A) used a strong second-half surge to beat the Panthers 63-47 and keep their season alive. Conway... 

Girls Hoops: Conway beats rival CF in season finale

With both teams already eliminated from postseason consideration, Friday night’s regular season finale between Conway and Carolina Forest was all about pride. In the end, it was the Lady Tigers going out on top with a 55-39 victory over the host Lady Panthers. Conway raced out to a 29-11 lead at halftime and cruised the rest of the way to sweep the season series with Carolina Forest. Conway’s... 

MB girls complete sweep; NMB still on playoff fence

The Myrtle Beach High girls basketball team completed its sweep of Region 7-3A and visiting rival North Myrtle Beach on Tuesday night. The Lady Seahawks (19-5 overall, 10-0 region) got a game-high 18 points from Kiana Adderton and 17 from Keocia Walker to roll past the Lady Chiefs (12-12, 4-6). Myrtle Beach hosts Gilbert in Monday night’s first-round playoff game. Led by 10 points by Ingrid Edge,... 

Boys Hoops: Seahawks top Chiefs, both playoff-bound

Myrtle Beach’s 51-48 victory over visiting North Myrtle Beach was a win for both rivals. The Seahawks (8-16 overall, 4-6 region) created a three-way tie for third place in Region 7-3A, with the tiebreaker giving Myrtle Beach the edge for the No. 3 playoff seed with the Chiefs (12-9, 4-6) taking the No. 4 and final playoff seed. Georgetown is the lone team out in the tiebreaker. The Seahawks had... 

St. James runs out of magic at Beaufort in state semis

The St. James High wrestling team’s quest to reach the Class 3A state championship ended one match short in Wednesday’s Lower State Final. The 12th-ranked Sharks (27-6) suffered a 44-28 loss at No. 2-ranked Beaufort, which advances to Saturday’s state title match against Upper State champion South Pointe or West Oak. St. James, which defeated Beaufort in their head-to-head matchup... 

Boys Hoops: Sharks settle for second; Chiefs still alive

Wilson wrapped up the Region 7-3A title with a 57-46 victory over host St. James on Tuesday night. The Sharks (15-5, 6-3) missed out on their chance to force a first-place tie atop the region standings but still have the No. 2 spot secured along with a first-round playoff game at home. Jackson Hurston led the Sharks with 16 points and Jordan Fields added 11. St. James closes out the regular season... 

Girls Hoops: Braves punch playoff ticket; NMB in hunt

The North Myrtle Beach girls basketball team celebrated Senior Night by taking one step closer to locking up a playoff berth with a 71-51 victory over visiting Lake City on Tuesday night. The Lady Chiefs (12-11, 4-5 Region 7-3A) kept their playoff hopes alive with one game left in the region and regular season. They need to beat Myrtle Beach on Thursday or have St. James defeat Lake City to avoid a... 

Athlete of the Week: Fields finds right fit at St. James

It’s never easy to transfer to a new high school in your junior year, but this transition couldn’t have been easier for Jordan Fields, or better for the St. James High basketball team. Fields transferred from nearby Calvary Christian and has fit right in with his new teammates, many of whom he grew up playing with, and against, on the basketball court. And in his short time with the Sharks,... 

St. James rallies past Hilton Head to reach state semis

The St. James High wrestling team advanced to the Class 3A Lower State championship by rallying to a 33-29 victory over visiting Hilton Head in Monday night’s semifinal. The Sharks won five of the final six matches to erase a big deficit to down the Seahawks. Trailing by double digits midway through the match, St. James got decisions by Steven Deible (160), Zach Sanders (170) and Bradley MeWhorter... 

Tigers, Sharks top local poll in home stretch of season

Despite a recent cold streak, the Conway High boys basketball team continues to top the latest Coastal Basketball Coaches Association poll. The Tigers (14-7 overall, 3-5 Region 6-4A) have lost five of their last seven to put their playoff hopes in jeopardy, but they remain ahead of No. 2 St. James (15-4, 6-2), which is also second in Region 7-3A. The Sharks face first-place Wilson on Tuesday. North... 
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