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Golf: St. James, Knaffle in position for state crowns

A three-peat is within the reach of the St. James High girls golf team, which holds a nine-stroke lead after Monday’s first round the SCHSL Class 4A State Championships at the Port Royal Golf Club’s Barony Course in Hilton Head. Defending state champion Smith Knaffle led the Lady Sharks and all scorers with a 4-under-par 68. Senior Jordan White (76), junior Katie Smith (77), and eighth... 

Lady Sharks capture fifth straight Lower State title

The St. James High girls golf team officially made it five consecutive Lower State titles Tuesday by dominating the Class 4A Lower State Championship at The Hackler Course in Conway. Defending state champion and St. James junior Smith Knaffle added to her impressive trophy collection, shooting a 1-under-par 71 to capture individual medalist honors. Knaffle led the Lady Sharks to a team total of... 

Two local swimmers claim gold medals at state meet

Carolina Forest’s Taylor Steele and St. James Casey Mitchell were crowned state champions at Saturday’s SCHSL State Swimming Championships at the USC Natatorium in Columbia. Steele won the gold in the Class 5A Girls 100 Breaststroke and the silver in the 200 Individual Medley to lead the Lady Panthers to a 12th-place team finish. Steele had an outstanding meet where she took home the... 

Golf: Sharks, Seahawks cap season with victories

The St. James High girls golf team paid tribute to its two seniors in Thursday’s final home match at Wachesaw Plantation before beginning its two-time state championship defense. The Lady Sharks honored seniors Kelli Jones and Jordan White with a 55-stroke victory over the Lady Warriors as the duo received applause on their final hole. The seniors got plenty of support from their teammates... 

St. James boys, NMB girls win region championships

The St. James High boys edged Myrtle Beach by two points to claim the Region 7-4A championship, and the host North Myrtle Beach Lady Chiefs swam away with the girls title Saturday at the North Myrtle Beach Recreation Center. The Sharks tallied 103 points to edge the Seahawks (101), followed by St. James (42) and Wilson (3). The Lady Chiefs racked up 117 points to outdistance Myrtle Beach (64),... 

Volleyball: Sharks sweep MC; Panthers top Braves

The St. James High volleyball team bounced b ack from a tough loss Wednesday to score a 3-0 sweep over host Marlboro County on Thursday. After suffering a 3-1 Senior Night loss to Myrtle Beach just 24 hours earlier, the Lady Sharks made the long trip to Marlboro County and made quick work of the Lady Bulldogs by scores of 25-7, 25-19, 25-20. St. James was led by Rebecca Arteaga with 20 kills, and... 

St. James takes one-shot win in Palmetto Preview

tThe St. James High girls golf team finally got the best of fellow state power Lexington, defeating the Lady Wildcats by one stroke to win the Palmetto Preview on Thursday. The Sharks traveled to Prosperity for their final regular season tournament before heading into postseason play, making the three-hour drive to the Mid Carolina Country Club and hitting the ground rolling. The Sharks battled... 

Lady Sharks looking sharp headed into home stretch

For the two-time defending state champion St. James High girls golf team, it’s time to get down to business. In a tuneup for this week’s Palmetto Preview and the upcoming Lower State and State Tournaments in mid-October, the Lady Sharks traveled to River Oaks Golf Plantation to take on Carolina Forest on Monday. The Lady Sharks looked sharp headed into the home stretch of the tournament... 

Football Roundup: Sharks, Saints fall to Pee Dee foes

The St. James High football team saw a big play swing the momentum and the scoreboard Marlboro County’s way as the Bulldogs claimed a 27-5 victory at the Shark Tank in the Region 7-4A debut for both teams. The Sharks came out strong in the first quarter, leading 2-0 on a punt snap through the end zone and on the verge on tacking on a touchdown. But the Sharks fumbled on the goal line and... 

Golf: Sharks edge Braves; Chiefs top Panthers, Tigers

The St. James High girls golf team scored a dramatic one-shot victory over rival Socastee in Tuesday’s links version of the Battle of Highway 707. Playing at Prestwick Country Club without defending state champion Smith Knaffle, the Lady Sharks got a strong outing from eighth-grader Adrian Anderson. Anderson turned in a 2-over 38 to earn medalist honors and lead the Lady Sharks to victory... 
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