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Conway’s Edwards has big game in win over Pirates

The South Carolina Gamecocks (2-1) held on after a big first quarter to claim a 20-15 win over East Carolina (2-1) on Saturday afternoon at Williams-Brice Stadium. South Carolina jumped out to a 17-0 lead, putting the first touchdown on the board just 17 seconds into the contest. Freshman quarterback Brandon McIlwain ran in the first score from nine yards out after A.J. Turner posted an 80-yard... 

No. 1 Seahawks rally past Panthers in seesaw affair

The Myrtle Beach High football team rallied from a double-digit deficit in the first quarter to knock off visiting Carolina Forest 24-21 on Friday night at Doug Shaw Memorial Stadium. In a battle of undefeated teams, the Panthers (3-1) put the No. 1-ranked Seahawks (5-0) in an early hole and kept them there for much of the game before Jermani Green’s 55-yard touchdown run midway through the... 

4A Roundup: Chiefs remain unbeaten; Sharks shut out

The North Myrtle Beach High football team snapped a nine-year losing streak to intra-county rival Socastee on Friday night by blowing out the Braves 45-3 in their own backyard and remain undefeated on the season. The No. 7-ranked Chiefs (5-0) got a strong effort from their defense, holding Socastee to only 117 total yards in the game while rolling up more than triple (355 yards) on the other side... 

Athlete of the Week: Hard work pays off for Harrelson

The fact that Tatiana Harrelson is in her fifth season as the No. 1 singles player for the Christian Academy of Myrtle Beach girls tennis team is impressive enough. Even more spectacular is that the Mammy’s Kitchen Athlete of the Week is only a sophomore. Leading the Lady Saints since her sixth-grade season, Harrelson brings tons of talent and experience to the SCISA Class 2A squad. That’s... 

Volleyball: CA, CF, MB net region victories on road

The Carolina Forest High volleyball team hit the road and made a clean sweep over Region 6-5A South Florence on Thursday, capped by a dominating 25-1 victory in the final set. The Lady Panthers took the first two sets 25-14 and 25-11, then posted a near-shutout in the third thanks to an all-around team effort. Sam Maxim had 27 service points and seven aces, Alexis Tomlin made 21 service points... 

Sharks claim South Strand superiority over neighbors

The St. James High girls golf team claimed South Strand bragging rights Thursday by defeating neighboring rivals Socastee and Waccamaw at Wachesaw Plantation. The Lady Sharks were led by medalist Smith Knaffle with an even-par 36, and teammate Jordan White was close behind with a 39. Brooke Reagan shot a 47 and Kelli Jones carded a 55 to give the Lady Sharks a team total of 177. Socastee finished... 

Week 4 Previews & Picks: CF-MB battle of unbeatens

The battle of unbeatens between Carolina Forest and Myrtle Beach is the big game of the week on the Grand Strand, but this is one rivalry where you can throw out the records. Although both teams are coming in on the top of their games, recent history in this series says it really doesn’t matter. Despite Myrtle Beach’s position as a Class 4A power and Carolina Forest’s struggles... 

Volleyball: NMB, CF, MB sweep in region openers

After dropping three straight contest to North Carolina foes, the North Myrtle Beach High volleyball team was happy to be back home and competing against a more familiar foe Tuesday. The Lady Chiefs (9-6, overall, 1-0 region) opened Region 7-4A play against visiting St. James, sweeping the Lady Sharks by scores of 25-16, 25-16, and 25-18. The Lady Chiefs had a strong showing both offensively and... 

Sharks display youth, depth in victory over Seahawks

The St. James High girls golf team has turned out some quality players in recent years, but the real secret to the Lady Sharks’ success has been their depth. That strength was on full display Tuesday when seventh-grader Adrian Anderson shot 40 to earn medalist honors and lead St. James to a 171-183 victory over host Myrtle Beach at The Dunes Golf & Beach Club. Anderson outshot St. James... 

Sharks track and field star Alston commits to Cougars

St. James High senior Alexus Alston is a jack of all trades for the Sharks’ track and field team. She hopes to be a master of one at the next level after verbally committing to The College of Charleston. In addition to her variety of talents on the track, field and basketball court, Alston is graduating with a South Carolina Honors diploma with a 3.85 GPA, proving she is an all-around student-athlete.... 
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