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Lacrosse: Season ends for St. James, Carolina Forest

The local high school lacrosse season came to an end in the second round of the SCHSL playoffs on Thursday as the three remaining teams lost on the road. In boys action, third-seeded St. James took on a tough, second-seeded Academic Magnet squad and came up on the short end of a 14-6 score. In girls action, third-seeded St. James suffered a 12-5 loss to second-seeded Hilton Head. The Lady Sharks... 

Athletes of the Week: Duo takes lacrosse to next level

Editor’s Note: Due to time conflicts with spring break, the two previous Athletes of the Week were not featured as scheduled. The two met on the field last week and freelancer Joel Beachum spoke to them for the following feature: As the popular song by DJ Khaled goes, “All we do is win, win, win no matter what.” While this is the favorite walk-up song of St. James lacrosse senior... 

Record 7 county lacrosse teams make state playoffs

For the first time in local lacrosse history, seven Horry County teams made the state playoffs, and four of them will host first-round games on Tuesday. The St. James boys and girls squads, both in their fourth season of existence, earned No. 3 seed in Class 4A and will host No. 6 Waccamaw. Also forming a doubleheader, the No. 8 Myrtle Beach boys and girls made the playoffs for the first time and... 

Girls Lacrosse: Sharks cap Senior Night with 707 win

Socastee carried a nine-game winning streak and loads of confidence and momentum into Thursday’s girls lacrosse installment of the Battle of Highway 707. Unfortunately for the Lady Braves, St. James had its own motivation. Playing their fourth season as a program, the Lady Sharks (11-2) celebrated Senior Night and honored the eight upperclassmen who helped turn the upstart team into a state... 

Baseball: Sharks rally past Dogs for 12th straight win

The No. 2-ranked St. James baseball team’s road trip to Marlboro County took a couple of wild turns Thursday, but the Sharks again came through in the clutch to claim their 12th consecutive victory by beating the Bulldogs 7-4. Cruising with a 3-0 victory entering the bottom of the sixth, the Sharks (18-3 overall, 6-1 region) surrendered four runs and the lead. Starting pitcher Anthony Peck... 

Baseball: St. James beats Socastee in Battle of 707

On a 10-game winning streak and facing its neighborhood rivals in the Battle of Highway 707, the No. 2-ranked St. James baseball team simply dug a little deeper in the pitching rotation to claim a 7-1 victory over visiting Socastee on Wednesday. After winning the Mingo Bay Classic and Tuesday’s key region showdown with Myrtle Beach, St. James was understandably running low on fresh arms.... 

Softball: SJ overtakes MB; Bruins knock off Panthers

The St. James softball team rallied for four runs in the seventh inning to complete a 5-4 comeback victory over visiting Myrtle Beach in a key Region 7-4A showdown. The Lady Seahawks were cruising with a 4-1 lead with three outs to go before the Lady Sharks finally got to starter Carly Grace Bodge. She allowed 10 hits but permitted only one earned run as Myrtle Beach committed three costly errors. St.... 

Sharks cap big week with Mingo Bay championship

The St. James baseball team carried high expectations into the 2018 season. In this week’s Mingo Bay Classic, the Sharks lived up to them. St. James blasted High Point Christian (NC) 10-2 in the Division I championship game of the Mingo Bay Classic on Saturday at Shark Park. The win capped an incredible week for the Sharks, who went 5-0 against some stiff competition in the 96-team tournament... 

Baseball: Sharks’ arms cap perfect week at Mingo Bay

The St. James baseball team completed a perfect week of play in the Mingo Bay Classic on Friday with a 4-2 victory over Georgetown. The Sharks got another solid pitching performance, this time from Anthony Peck’s six inning start. He allowed only three hits over six innings, striking out eight and walking only one, before Cameron Dean came on to get the save with two strikeouts in the seventh. Cole... 

Baseball: St. James rolls; MB loses in extra innings

The St. James baseball team continued its run through the Mingo Bay Classic with a 15-0 victory over Pigeon Forge (TN) at Shark Park. Eight different Sharks accounted for the team’s 10 hits, including 2 or 3 outings by Nick Smith (RBI, three runs scored) and Tanner Johnstone (two runs scored). Tryston Freeman hit a two-run homer and Cameron Dean, Caleb Dunn and Anthony Peck each drove in... 
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