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Volleyball Recap: NMB tops MB for share of region title

The North Myrtle Beach High volleyball team claimed a share of the Region 7-3A regular-season crown on Thursday with a 3-0 sweep of visiting rival Myrtle Beach. On Senior Night, the Lady Chiefs battled to a 26-24 victory in the first set and rolled to wins of 25-14 and 25-21 to avenge their lone loss in region play to Myrtle Beach. North Myrtle Beach was led by Maggie Hash’s 15 kills and a solid... 

Tennis Roundup: Panthers, Saints sweep region foes

The Carolina Forest Panthers swept the visiting South Florence Lady Bruins 6-0 on Thursday. The No. 1 singles match was an epic contest with Hitomi Kobayashi pulling out the win after two hours of intense tennis by winning  the second set tiebreak 7-1. Other singles winners were Jaden Nye, Eva Vandoros, Sophia Gouhin, Joslyn McCray, and in doubles the team of Rachel Turbeville and Casey Mallon won... 

Week 7 Previews & Picks: Braves run into new region

Region 6-4A play kicks off Friday night with a pair of local rivals renewing league ties. Socastee steps up in class from Region 7-3A, where it won back-to-back titles. The Braves (5-1) could find tougher sledding in higher class, especially after barely surviving brushes with ex-region foes North Myrtle Beach and St. James the past two weeks. Socastee needed last-minute scores to stave off losses... 

Lady Saints sweep region, open defense of state title

The Christian Academy of Myrtle Beach volleyball team completed a clean sweep of SCISA Region 2A by taking a 3-0 victory over host Dillon Christian on Tuesday. The Lady Saints won by scores of 25-7, 25-17, and 25-14 to cap their third straight undefeated season in region play. They have not lost a match against a SCISA opponent since the 2012 State Final. Leading the way for the Lady Saints was Rebekah... 

Socastee sweeps tri-meet vs. Carolina Forest, Conway

The Socastee High boys and girls teams swept a tri-meet with region rivals Carolina Forest and Conway on Tuesday, tallying 34 points apiece en route to the victories. Socastee’s top runner in each divisions finished fourth, but the Braves were able to place all five runners in the top 10 to defeat the Panthers and Tigers based on overall depth. Carolina Forest siblings Michael and Lisa Pieterse... 

Panthers pick up momentum with win over St. James

The Carolina Forest Panthers girls tennis team defeated St. James Sharks 6-1 on Monday in a non-region match. The Lady Panthers won the top four singles matches, with No. 1 Drew Limpasuvan, No. 2 Hitomi Kobayashi, No. 3 Jaden Nye and No. 4 Eva Vandoros taking straight-set victories. No. 5 Sophia Gouhin lost a tough third-set tiebreaker to Melissa Iczkowski, 6-3, 2-6, 0-1 (3-10) in the lone win for... 

Lady Saints battle to win over Florence Christian

The Christian Academy of Myrtle Beach girls tennis team won a hard-fought region contest with visiting Florence Christian on Monday. The Lady Saints lost at No. 1 and 2 singles but got a huge effort from the rest of the lineup. No. 3 Caroline Gore, No. 4 Grace Houghton and No. 6 Greer Houghton won their matches in straight sets to level the singles score at 3-all. CAMB won two out of three doubles... 

Jackson three-peats SCISA state title in 100 backstroke

Christian Academy of Myrtle Beach swimmer Emie Jackson three-peated as the state champion in the 100 backstroke on Saturday at the SCISA Swimming Championships in Augusta, GA. Jackson completed the 100 backstroke in a time of 1 minute, 3.79 seconds to bring home the gold again. She captured third place in the 200 individual medley to lead the Lady Saints to a seventh-place team finish with 62 points.... 

Sinclair scores three TDs, MB defense posts shutout

Mother Nature hindered No. 1-ranked Myrtle Beach’s pass-happy offense and rock-solid kicking game on Friday night. But strong performances by the Seahawks’ running game and their much-maligned defense delivered in the rain for a 38-0 victory over Wilson at Florence Memorial Stadium. Sinclair rushed for 156 yards and two touchdowns and caught another to lead the Seahawks (6-0 overall, 1-0... 

Chiefs’ miscues lead to yet another heartbreaking loss

North Myrtle Beach suffered another heartbreaking defeat in its Region 7-3A opener at Lake City, falling 15-9 after allowing the Panthers to score a late game-winning touchdown. It was the Chiefs’ third loss of the season by seven points or less. The Chiefs defense dominated the game for more than three quarters as both teams struggled to move the ball in rainy and windy conditions. North Myrtle... 
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