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Softball: Lady Sharks fall to pair of out-of-state powers

The St. James softball team stepped up in competition over the weekend to play a pair of out-of-state powers in Welcome, NC. As a tribute to North Davidson head coach Mike Lambros and his battle against pancreatic cancer, the Lady Sharks and Lady Black Knights donned special uniforms for their Friday game. But the similarities ended there as North Davidson rolled to a 12-2 victory in five innings.... 

Soccer: Sharks, Braves win to stay atop region races

The No. 2-ranked St. James High boys soccer team calimed a big win in Region 7-4A play by defeating Wilson 4-1 on Friday night. Garrett Greene scored a pair of goals and Luke Williams and Andrew Broome added one goals apiece to lead the Sharks. Addison Bryant and Riley Parker made assists. St. James goalkeepers Marcus Barnes made five saves and Max Davila had one save and one goal against. * Socastee... 

Girls Lacrosse: Lady Sharks run record to perfect 10-0

The St. James High girls lacrosse team improved to a perfect 10-0 on Wednesday with a 23-5 road victory over Waccamaw. The Lady Sharks remained undefeated in the conference (7-0) and overall with another dominating performance by the third-year program. St. James senior Sarah Bryson posted a perfect 10 goals of her own, reaching double digits in only 13 shots on goal. Sophia Lesando tallied four... 

Soccer: Sharks sweep MC; CF drops two to Socastee

The No. 2-ranked St. James High girls soccer team bounced back from a tough loss to Myrtle Beach by shutting out visiting Marlboro County 8-0 on Tuesday. Following last week’s 5-4 loss, the first of the season for the Lady Sharks (6-1, 3-1 Region 7-4A), St. James got back on track in its quest for the region title by posting its sixth shutout of the season. Haley Brandon recorded a hat trick... 

Soccer: Sharks top Chiefs; Socastee girls beat CAMB

The St. James High boys soccer team was awarded with the state’s No. 2 ranking in Class 4A on Sunday. On Monday, the Sharks went out and backed it up with a 3-1 win over No. 8 North Myrtle Beach. Coming off a huge win over No. 4 Myrtle Beach on Friday, the Sharks lived up to their No. 2 ranking and strengthened their hold on first place in the Region 7-4A standings by defeating the Chiefs... 

Soccer: MB girls edge SJ; Sharks, Chiefs roll to wins

The Myrtle Beach High girls soccer team won a huge first-place showdown in Region 7-4A on Friday night, defeating visiting St. James 5-4 in a thriller at chilly Ashley Booth Field. Myrtle Beach’s Tristan Gordon and Taylor Pirttima scored two goals apiece and Charis Dorman added another as the Lady Seahawks (6-0, 2-0 region) downed the Lady Sharks (5-1, 1-1) in a battle of unbeatens. After... 

Lady Sharks lacrosse still undefeated with 8-0 start

What a difference two years have made for the St. James High girls lacrosse team. At this time two years ago the upstart program was struggling to get off the ground, but on Thursday the Lady Sharks won their eighth straight game to start the season. St. James blew past rival Myrtle Beach, which launched its program the same year, to remain undefeated. Sarah Bryson and Kate Weiss scored four goals... 

Softball: SJ takes another tough loss to Timberland

The Timberland High softball team seems to have St. James’ number – and that number is 1. That’s the number of runs the Lady Wolves have defeated the Lady Sharks by twice in the past three days – this time in a 4-3 nail-biter at Finway Park. Following Wednesday’s extra-inning thriller at Timberland, which erased a five-run deficit to take a 9-8 win in extra innings,... 

Baseball: Seahawks silence Tigers; Sharks blast Braves

For the second straight day the Myrtle Beach High baseball team used a strong starting pitching performance to down a local Class 5A rival, shutting out host Conway 5-0 on Thursday. On the heels of the Seahawks’ 2-1 victory over Socastee on Wednesday thanks to starter Cameron Bodge’s complete game, Myrtle Beach got another stellar start from Lawson Cribb, who struck out five batters... 

St. James silences Socastee in Coastal Invitational clash

The St. James High baseball team got an outstanding starting pitching performance for the second straight day to shut out rival Socastee 7-0 in the third round of the Coastal Invitational Tournament. Kolby Robtoy pitched a complete game two-hitter, striking out five and walking none for the shutout. In Friday’s 10-1 victory over Pelion, Tyler String went the distance for the win. Robtoy was... 
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