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CAMB qualifies three more swimmers for state meet

Christian Academy of Myrtle Beach saw six of its swimmers post SCISA Class A state championship-qualifying times on Saturday in a meet at Mt. Pleasant Aquatic Center. The Saints added three new state qualifier to its ranks in their second meet of the season, which was hosted by Palmetto Christian Academy. The meet was delayed by thunderstorms in the area but teams were able to complete all events. Emie... 

Socastee survives turnover battle to beat rival Conway

It wasn’t a thing of beauty, but there are no style points in this bitter rivalry. Socastee survived a turnover-riddled showdown with Conway for a 23-13 victory in the first of two scheduled meetings this season. The two teams meet again Oct. 17 in a Region 6-4A clash, but this matchup is so nice the two teams decided to play twice. Perhaps the two teams will have the kins worked out for Round... 

Panthers snap losing streak with blowout of rival Sharks

The Carolina Forest High football team took a year’s worth of frustration out on intracounty rival St. James on Friday night, snapping a nine-game losing streak with a 49-7 blowout victory. The game also signaled the inaugural win under first-year Panthers head coach Marc Morris, and a victory over former Carolina Forest coach Robby Brown, who is also in his first year at St. James. Carolina... 

Buis boots Chiefs to victory, gives Hardin first NMB win

Football is supposed to be a game of inches, but North Myrtle Beach’s 26-13 victory over West Brunswick (NC) on Friday night was all about a foot … the right foot of placekicker Christian Buis. Playing his first game of the season after missing the first two under suspension, the senior booted four field goals of 32, 19, 25, and 37 yards. They proved to be the difference for the Chiefs... 

Christian Academy holds on for first 11-man football win

Christian Academy of Myrtle Beach captured its first-ever SCISA 11-man football victory on Friday night, defeating First Baptist of Charleston in a 34-28 nail-biter at Ashley Booth Field. The Saints (1-1), coming off a tough 40-0 loss in last week’s season and era opener. After struggling in eight-man football in their inaugural season of football last year, the Saints needed only two games to... 

Arnold throws five TDs as Seahawks light up Knights

“Adversity is an opportunity to fight together.” That was the sign in Myrtle Beach’s locker room before they departed for Thursday night’s game against West Florence, and the Seahawks certainly got their chance against the Knights. The Seahawks trailed in the second half before rallying for a 35-24 victory at Florence Memorial Stadium. Quarterback Drayton Arnold threw five touchdown... 

Volleyball Roundup: CAMB, Carolina Forest, NMB sweep

The Christian Academy of Myrtle Beach volleyball program reached another milestone on Thursday by scoring its first-ever victory over Myrtle Beach High. The Lady Saints (4-2) swept the visiting Lady Seahawks in three sets, 25-18, 28-26 and 25-15, to claim their inaugural win over the more established Myrtle Beach program. CAMB’s  Mags Grafe and Natalia Antonucci each recorded fives aces, and... 

Week 2 Previews & Picks: Tigers vs. Braves, Round 1

For the second straight week Myrtle Beach plays in a Thursday night special, this time on the road at West Florence. But the rest of the Week 2 lineup has all local teams playing on the Grand Strand, including a couple of key intracounty clashes involving Conway at Socastee (Round 1) and Carolina Forest at St. James. Buckle up for a big week: * Myrtle Beach at West Florence: The Seahawks came out of... 

Socastee digs deep to beat CAMB in fifth-set tiebreaker

The Socastee High volleyball team battled to a 3-2 victory over Christian Academy on Wednesday in a hotly contested match that came down to a fifth-set tiebreaker. The Lady Braves claimed the first set 25-17, but saw the Lady Saints rally for back-to-back victories by scores of 25-16 and 25-23. The hard-fought third set appeared to give Christian Academy the momentum to defeat their third public school... 

Socastee boys, girls score XC sweep of rival St. James

Socastee High successfully opened its 2014 cross country season on Tuesday by hosting and sweeping a dual meet with region rival St. James. The Braves prevailed in both the boys and girls races, with Socastee’s Justin Knipper and Keahi Mendoza taking first and second among the boys for a 21-38 win for Socastee. In the girls event, Kelsey Glover of St. James won medalist honors with a time of... 
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