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St. James products English, Heidt picked by Twins, Jays

Former St. James High teammates Tanner English and Gunnar Heidt could see their paths cross again in the American League. English, a junior outfielder at South Carolina, and Heidt, a junior infielder at The College of Charleston, heard their names called in Saturday’s continuation of the Major League Draft. English was the 11th round selection (320th overall) of the Minnesota Twins, while Heidt... 

Strand golfers struggle at Class 3A state tournament

The Class 3A Boys Golf Championships proved to be two difficult days for Grand Strand golf teams. North Myrtle Beach was the top local finisher with a two-day total of 658 and a 12th-place showing in the field of 17. Myrtle Beach (679) came in 13th, St. James (688) was 14th and Socastee (761) placed 17th. The Chiefs also had the top local individual as Vijay Mishra shot back-to-back 78s for a 156 and... 

Lady Sharks’ surprising run halted in Lower State Final

The St. James High girls soccer team’s playoff run came to an close in the Class 3A Lower State Final on Monday night, but Lady Sharks’ season lasted much longer than expected. After finishing second in Region 7-3A with a young but up-and-coming team, St. James started putting all the pieces of the puzzle together in the postseason, winning their first three playoff games in shutout fashion... 

Soccer: Lady Sharks down Swansea; MB falls in semis

The St. James High girls soccer team picked the right night to play its best defensive game of the season. The second-seeded Lady Sharks advanced to the Lower State Final by scoring a hard-fought 1-0 victory over top-seeded Swansea, claiming the victory in sudden death on penalty kicks. With St. James defender Mackenzie May shutting down Swansea’s top scorer and fellow defenders Nicole Meyers,... 

Crum’s 72 leads St. James to Lower State golf sweep

The St. James High boys golf team made it a “Shark Slam” by winning Monday’s Class 3A Lower State Golf Championship at Coastal Carolina University’s Hackler Course. After the Lady Sharks won their first-ever Lower State title last fall, the St. James boys made it a sweep for the school by claiming the championship with a team-total of 16-over 304. St. James’ Alan Crum... 

Soccer: Seahawks, Sharks score first-round shutouts

The top-seeded Myrtle Beach High girls soccer team scored its eighth straight shutout and its 12th in its l;ast 15 outings to rout No. 4 Berkely 4-0 in Monday’s first round of the Class 3A playoffs. The Lady Seahawks (16-1), winners of 16 straight games overall, saw Tori Zeltner and Bailey Richard score goals in the first half for a 2-0 halftime advantage. McKenzie Jones added a pair of scores... 

St. James’ season comes to a close at Marlboro County

The St. James High baseball team’s season came to an end in Wednesday’s district tournament elimination game against host Marlboro County. The Bulldogs claimed a 5-2 victory over the Sharks to advance to the district finals. It was St. James’ second loss in the double-elimination tournament. The Sharks took a 2-0 lead over Marlboro County in the fourth inning before the Bulldogs rallied... 

Soccer: SJ sweeps NMB; CF posts pair of shutouts

The St. James High girls soccer team isn’t ready to throw in the towel in their title defense of the Region 7-3A crown. Despite suffering their first region loss to Myrtle Beach last week, the Lady Sharks (8-3-1- overall, 7-1 region) kept their slim repeat hopes alive by shutting out North Myrtle Beach 3-0 on Tuesday night. St. James got goals from Jenny Breeden, Haley Brandon and Nicole Meyers... 

Athlete of the Week: Sharks net leadership from Wallace

It’s been a roller-coaster season for the St. James High boys soccer team, but senior center midfielder Brandon Wallace is enjoying the ride and steering the Sharks into the postseason. Despite losing several seniors and some key underclassmen off last year’s team and undergoing an offseason coaching change, the Sharks are heading to the Class 3A playoffs and appear to be peaking at the... 

Price, Lady Chiefs dominate Region 7-3A softball honors

St. James High senior Hannah Price was named the Region 7-3A Player of the Year and North Myrtle Beach High put five players on the All-Region first team, along with second-year softball coach James Graves. The Lady Chiefs claimed their region title behind the pitching of Taylor Hansis and her fellow first-teamers Julia Cole, Kieran Lawson, Rayni Newman and Makala Gore. Teammate Myatt Hardwick earned... 
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