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Football Roundup: Braves, Saints give up 48 points

The Socastee High football team knew it might take some time for the young squad to come of age. Unfortunately for the Braves, it didn’t happen before they ran into Age – New Hanover (NC) running back Trequon Age, that is. Age scored four touchdowns to lead New Hanover to a 48-21 victory over the Braves in Friday night’s installment of the Carolinas Kickoff Clash. Socastee fell... 

Volleyball: Braves win title; Panthers, Chiefs fare well

The Socastee High volleyball team made an impressive trek over the North Carolina border to capture the championship of the Lady Wildcat Invitational, hosted by east Chapel Hill (NC) High. The Lady Braves battled to a 3-2 victory in the final over Northwest Guilford (NC) to start the season with a 4-0 record. Selected to the All-Tournament team was Socastee outside hitters Mary Guest and Dale Rogers,... 

Roundup: NMB, Socastee struggle in season debuts

The North Myrtle Beach High football team had hoped to use Friday night’s season opener with three-time defending Class 2A state champion Dillon as a measuring stick for the football program. As it turned out, the Chiefs found that they still have a long way to go. After last year’s dominating 56-16 victory, the Wildcats basically duplicated the feat with a 54-14 win over the host Chiefs.... 

Pigskin Preview: Youthful Braves ready for big things

Doug Illing’s third year at Socastee signals the team’s transition to his spread offense, but the Braves aren’t completely abandoning their traditional triple-option attack. Let’s just call it a quadruple option, with Socastee finally featuring more balance. Gone is quarterback Jordan Hodge and in is dual-threat QB Brandon Goswick. He will have several targets to choose... 

Talley continues Socastee streak of diamond success

It’s been a good week for Socastee High pitchers/infielders. Two days after baseball standout Dylan Thompson signed a contract to play for the Seattle Mariners, softball counterpart Savannah Talley signed a National Letter of Intent to play at Francis Marion University in Florence. Talley pitched and played second base for the Lady Braves, helping her team reach the Class 3A Lower State... 

Socastee grad, CCU signee Thompson goes in round 4

Socastee High graduate Dylan Thompson has a big decision to make: Continue on his chosen path to play baseball at Coastal Carolina University, or sign a lucrative contract to begin his professional baseball career. Not a bad choice to have to make since both options are attractive, but a tough one nonetheless. Thompson was selected by the Seattle Mariners in the fourth round of Tuesday’s Major... 

Five local players selected to all-star baseball games

The high school baseball season is over for Grand Strand teams, but not for five lucky local seniors and two local venues. Socastee standouts Dylan Thompson and Austin Schmitz were chosen to compete in the June 11-12 North Carolina-South Carolina Select all-star showcase at Coastal Carolina University. The same weekend, Myrtle Beach’s Praise Thorsen and Hunter Todd, and Carolina Forest’s... 

LAX: Socastee’s Bulleman, CF’s Earnest college-bound

Socastee High lacrosse team co-captains Nick Borriello and JC Bulleman made quite an impact on the Braves program in their senior seasons. Now the duo will try to do the same together as the college level. Bulleman, a defenseman for Socastee, signed scholarship papers Tuesday to attend Lincoln Memorial University in Tennessee, where he will join his longtime teammate Borriello on the field in the... 

Baseball: Braves, Seahawks stay alive with clutch wins

Socastee rallied from a three-run deficit to stave off elimination and defeat visiting Ashley Ridge in Monday’s Class 4A District 6 playoff game. The Braves fell behind 3-0 in the first inning and didn’t take the lead until putting together their own three-run inning in the fifth for a 6-5 edge. Reliever Devin Melko made the lead hold up and Socastee added an insurance run in the sixth... 

Baseball: Braves stay alive; Panthers reach district final

The Socastee High baseball team’s bats fell surprisingly silent in Thursday’s playoff opening loss to South Aiken, but the Braves broke them out in a big way in Saturday’s 12-2 mercy-rule victory over visiting West Ashley in an elimination game. The Braves were limited to five hits on Thursday’s 2-1 defeat but topped those offensive numbers in the first two innings Saturday.... 
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