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Athlete of Week: Humes sets record-breaking pace

If things had played out a bit differently, St. James sophomore sprinter Ka’Mauri Humes might be scoring goals on the soccer pitch instead of shattering records on the track. It took a twist of fate for her to find her true calling. “I played rec league soccer, basketball, volleyball, even cheerleader,” said Humes, who was voted the Mammy’s Kitchen Athlete of the Week for... 

Hurston to replace Lee as St. James athletics director

St. James High didn’t have to look very far to find its new athletics director. Longtime athletics department fixture Billy Hurston has been tabbed to replace Paul Lee, who is retiring at the end of the school year. Hurston has been at the school since its opening in 2003. He was the school’s first football coach, and has served as assistant AD under Lee. Hurston will have to hit the... 

SJ’s Bray, MB’s Edwards at top of All-Region 7-4A list

Following a near-miss bid to the Class 4A state championship series, St. James baseball coach Robbie Centracchio was named the Coach of the Year and pitcher Nick Bray earned co-Player of the Year honors on the All-Region 7-4A team. Bray, who also was voted the Mammy’s Kitchen Athlete of the Week,  shared Player of the Year honors with Myrtle Beach’s Luke Edwards as the Sharks, Seahawks... 

Sharks take Eagles to limit, run out of gas late in finale

The No. 2-ranked St. James baseball team made a strong push to advance to the Class 4A state finals before running out of gas late in Wednesday’s second game of the Lower State championship doubleheader. After winning the first game over No. 1 Chapin 3-2 to set up a winner-take-all showdown, the Sharks suffered a 6-1 defeat to the Eagles despite going toe-to-toe with their nemesis for five... 

Sharks win, earn rematch with Chapin in Lower State

The St. James baseball team isn’t ready to call it a season yet, not with the chance of a state championship still within its reach. The No. 2-ranked Sharks (26-5) staved off elimination Monday with a 6-1 victory over visiting Lugoff-Elgin. They earned a spot in the Class 4A Lower State finals and a rematch (or two) with No. 1-ranked Chapin, which edged St. James 4-3 on Saturday. St. James’... 

Baseball: No. 1 Eagles edge No. 2 Sharks in Lower State

Saturday’s showdown between the top two ranked baseball teams in Class 4A lived up to its billing, with No. 1 Chapin holding on for a 4-3 victory over No. 2 St. James at Shark Park. The Sharks (25-5) made a strong comeback bid in the Class 4A Lower State winners’ bracket contest as St. James put the potential game-tying run in scoring position in the bottom of the seventh, but Cole... 

Sharks feast on Demons; face Chapin on Saturday

The St. James High baseball team won for the 19th time in its last 20 outings with an 11-6 road victory over Lugoff-Elgin in the opening round of the Class 4A Lower State championship series. St. James starting pitcher Anthony Peck got the win and he was given a big head start by the offense. The Sharks exploded for nine runs in the first inning, but they surrendered four in the bottom of the frame. The... 

Baseball: Sharks cruise to district title; Chiefs ousted

The St. James High baseball machine kept on rolling Monday night to capture the District 7 championship and advance to the Class 4A Lower State tournament. The Sharks (24-4) made quick work of the Blue Devils en route to a 12-1 mercy-rule win, capping a three game sweep of the district tournament by a combined score of 26-2. St. James starting pitcher Nick Bray allowed only three hits in four innings... 

Soccer: Sharks beat Braves in 2 OTs; MB blasts Wilson

The St. James girls soccer team closed out the regular season with a big 2-1 victory over rival Socastee in Thursday’s installment of the Battle of Highway 707 to carry some momentum into the playoffs. The Sharks and Braves were tied at 1-all at the end of regulation and the first overtime period, and they appeared headed to a penalty-kick shootout. However, St. James senior standout Stephanie... 

Baseball: Sharks in district finals; Seahawks ace Aces

The St. James High baseball team showed why it is a state title contender again Thursday by defeating Dreher 4-1 in the winners’ bracket of the District 7 playoffs. St. James pitcher Anthony Peck threw a complete-game two-hitter with seven strikeouts to lead the Sharks, and he joined teammate Cole Prosser with two hits to provide some offense. The Sharks (22-4) advance to the district finals... 
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