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Boys Golf: Seahawks stay hot in 20-shot win over CF

The Myrtle Beach boys golf team returned to its home course Thursday after a busy road stretch, and several Seahawks brought their A-games with them in a 20-stroke victory over Carolina Forest. Dock Jarman blistered the Dunes Golf & Beach Club’s front nine for a 1-under 35 to earn medalist honors, and teammate Holden Grigg played a steady round with nine straight pars for a 36. Myrtle... 

Girls Lacrosse: Sharks cap Senior Night with 707 win

Socastee carried a nine-game winning streak and loads of confidence and momentum into Thursday’s girls lacrosse installment of the Battle of Highway 707. Unfortunately for the Lady Braves, St. James had its own motivation. Playing their fourth season as a program, the Lady Sharks (11-2) celebrated Senior Night and honored the eight upperclassmen who helped turn the upstart team into a state... 

Baseball: Sharks rally past Dogs for 12th straight win

The No. 2-ranked St. James baseball team’s road trip to Marlboro County took a couple of wild turns Thursday, but the Sharks again came through in the clutch to claim their 12th consecutive victory by beating the Bulldogs 7-4. Cruising with a 3-0 victory entering the bottom of the sixth, the Sharks (18-3 overall, 6-1 region) surrendered four runs and the lead. Starting pitcher Anthony Peck... 

Baseball: St. James beats Socastee in Battle of 707

On a 10-game winning streak and facing its neighborhood rivals in the Battle of Highway 707, the No. 2-ranked St. James baseball team simply dug a little deeper in the pitching rotation to claim a 7-1 victory over visiting Socastee on Wednesday. After winning the Mingo Bay Classic and Tuesday’s key region showdown with Myrtle Beach, St. James was understandably running low on fresh arms.... 

Lacrosse: MB sweeps CF; Lady Braves win 9 in a row

The Myrtle Beach boys lacrosse team used Senior Night to make a little program history on Wednesday night, defeating Carolina Forest 16-4 and clinching the first winning season in the program’s four years of existence. The Seahawks (6-5) also swept the season series with the Panthers (3-11) after scoring their first win over Carolina Forest earlier this season. Myrtle Beach Lathe Palmer and... 

Softball: Bodge’s arm, bat lead Seahawks past Lions

The Myrtle Beach softball team made it a quick night by beating Loris 10-0 to improve to 13-4 on the season. Starting pitcher Carly Grace Bodge had a big night on the mound and at the plate, hurling a two-hitter and matching the Lady Lions in hits by going 2 for 3. Pinch-runner Ariana McCann scored twice in Bodge’s place. Teammate Madison Needle went 2 for 3 with two runs scored and two RBIs,... 

Girls Soccer: Seahawks suffer loss to Hoggard

The No. 3 Myrtle Beach girls soccer team were no match for undefeated Hoggard from Wilmington (NC) on Wednesday, falling 4-1 to the Lady Vikings at Ashley Booth Field. Hoggard scored a pair of goals just seconds apart midway through the first half to seize control. Riley Massey scored Myrtle Beach’s lone goal to cut the deficit in half, but the Lady Vikings answered to make it 3-1 going into... 

Boys Soccer: Braves claim region title with road win

No. 5-ranked Socastee officially wrapped up the Region 6-5A championship Tuesday night with a hard-fought 4-2 victory on the road over South Florence. Leading 3-2 late in the second half, Socastee’s Javier Pinos’ goal put the Bruins away and allowed the Braves to clinch a No. 1 seed for the playoffs. Josh Mackie, Chase Wastler and Connor Fata scored goals for the Braves (11-1-1 overall,... 

Girls Soccer: MB survives surging Sharks; NMB rolls

The Myrtle Beach girls soccer team scored three unanswered goals in the seocnd half to fend off a strong upset bid by visiting St. James 4-2. The No. 3 Lady Seahawks (14-2 overall, 4-0 Region 7-4A) trailed 2-1 at halftime before senior Tristan Gordon tied it up in the first minute of the second half. She scored the game-winner and completed a hat trick in the 62nd minute, and freshman Kinsey McGonigal... 

Golf: Balanced Seahawks stay hot in cold conditions

Despite playing in cold conditions in recent days, the Myrtle Beach boys golf team stayed hot in winning a three-team match Tuesday at Wachesaw East. The Seahawks won the weather-shortened Aynor Blue Jacket Classic on Sunday before returning to the links Tuesday in untypically cool temperatures. But that didn’t stop the Seahawks foursome from all firing nine-hole scores in the 30s en route... 
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