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Softball: SJ win helps NMB; CF rallies to beat Socastee

The St. James and North Myrtle Beach softball teams have become bitter rivals, but the Lady Chiefs may be sending a thank-you note to the Lady Sharks after Wednesday’s action. St. James handed Georgetown its first region loss of the season with a 4-3 victory on Wednesday night at Finway Park, opening the door for North Myrtle Beach to claim first place in the race for the league title with a... 

Baseball: Sharks stay alive for region crown with win

The St. James High baseball team kept its region title hopes alive with a 9-5 victory over visiting Wilson on Tuesday. Trailing 3-2 entering the bottom of the third, the Sharks exploded for seven runs over the next three innings to pull away from the Tigers. Jacob Ziegler pitched five five innings and supported his own cause by going 2-for-4 at the plate. Drake Martin had a pair of doubles with two... 

Softball: SJ nets playoff bid; NMB stays in chase for first

The North Myrtle Beach High softball team stayed in the hunt for the Region 7-3A title with a 14-0 mercy-rule victory over visiting Lake City on Tuesday. Taylor Hansis and Sissy Doolittle combined for a one-hitter over five innings, and Emma Lee Ballard provided plenty of offense by going 3-for-3 with three RBIs. Taylor Hansis, Myatt Hardwick and Regan Urbaniak had two hits apiece and Julia Cole hit... 

Boys soccer: Chiefs, Sharks top region foes via shutout

The St. James boys soccer team took one step closer to clinching the Region 7-3A title on Tuesday night with a 7-0 victory over visiting Wilson. Luke Williams and Keaton Zimmer tallied two goals apiece and teammates Charles Ouverson, Tristan Fields, and Quadarius Grate added goals. Grate, who was selected to participate in the Clash of the Carolinas in Charleston this summer, also made three assists.... 

Boys soccer: No. 3 Sharks outduel Chiefs in shootout

The visiting North Myrtle Beach High boys soccer team put No. 3-ranked St. James to the test on Saturday before falling 1-0 in a penalty kick shootout. The two teams battled to a scoreless tie through regulation and two overtime periods, setting up a best-of-five shootout. The Sharks (14-2-1 overall, 7-0 Region 7-3A) scored a 4-3 advantage to remain undefeated in league play. St. James goalkeeper Haywood... 

Softball: Sharks pull one out; Seahawks half doubleheader

The St. James softball team escaped with a 4-3 victory over visiting Pleasure Ridge Park (KY) in the Grand Strand Softball Classic on Wednesday. The Lady Sharks scored one run in the first to tie it up and two more in the second inning to take the lead for good. Trailing 4-2 in the top of the seventh, Pleasure Ridge Park scored to cut the deficit in half and threatened to tie it up before St. James... 

Athlete of Week: Cassidy a real catch for Lady Sharks

St. James High catcher Noel Cassidy stepped into the position almost nobody wants to play, and put herself in position to play softball at the next level. While attending the Horry County Scholars Academy at Coastal Carolina University, where she will graduate with an associates degree in May, Cassidy began playing at St. James her freshman year as a utility player. When starting catcher Erin Brown... 

Soccer: Lady Saints, Sharks post pair of shutout wins

The Christian Academy of Myrtle Beach girls soccer team recorded back-to-back shutouts to keep its undefeated season in tact. The Lady Saints (4-0) scored a 5-0 victory over visiting Wilmington (NC) Christian Academy on Monday, followed by a 2-0 win over visiting Aynor on Tuesday. CAMB senior Mary Chandler Butler recorded a hat trick in the first game, and sophomore Katya Durocher added a pair of goals.... 

Girls lacrosse: Beaufort falls to SJ, faces CF on Saturday

The Carolina Forest girls lacrosse team suffered an 11-4 loss to Cape Fear (NC) to fall to 6-3 on the season. Lee Adi led the Lady Panthers with two goals, Samantha Custer had one goal and one assist, and Shannon Wilt scored the other goal. Carolina Forest goalkeepers Dannie Johnson had 15 saves and Tyler Gross had 1. The Lady Panthers’ next game is at home on Saturday at 10 a.m. against Beaufort. *... 

No. 1 Sharks suffer first two losses at Lowcountry Cup

The No. 1-ranked St. James boys soccer team got a bit of a wake-up call at the Lowcountry Cup in Summerville, suffering their first two losses of the season. The Sharks (11-2-1) opened the tournament with an impressive 4-0 win over Summerville on Tuesday. Luke Williams scored two goals and Keaton Zimmer and Quadarius Grate added one apiece as St. James registered its 10th shutout of the season. But... 
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