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Sharks defend Lower State title; MB, NMB make the cut

The St. James High girls golf team successfully defended its Class 3A Lower State championship on Monday at Golden Bear Golf Course on Hilton Head Island. The Lady Sharks (330) won by 26 strokes over tournament host Hilton Head (356), led by Smith Knaffle’s 75. Jordan White shot 82, Kelli Smith scored 83 and Steely Hays added 90. Myrtle Beach (386) finished third and North Myrtle Beach (415)... 

Update: First-round playoffs set for tennis, volleyball, XC

Just as the temperatures start to drop in late October, the heat gets cranked up on the fall sports season along with the intensity level of the playoffs. On Tuesday, the Region 7-3A boys and girls cross country championships will be held on a new course at the North Myrtle Beach Sports and Recreation Complex. The Region 6-4A meet will be held Wednesday as Carolina Forest’s siblings Lisa and... 

Football Wrapup: Sharks, Saints suffer tough defeats

The St. James High football team put up another good fight but fell short in a 14-6 loss at Georgetown in its Region 7-3A opener. The Sharks (2-4 overall, 0-1 region) held a 6-0 lead at halftime but was unable to hold off the Bulldogs (5-1, 1-0) and dynamic athlete Michael Billings, who scored both Georgetown touchdowns in the second half to put the game and the Sharks away. In a defense battle on... 

Athlete of the Week: Smith has Sharks on right course

Kelli Smith three-putted on the first hole, and she bogeyed the last. But in between she showed why she is the Mammy’s Kitchen Athlete of the Year, and one of the top golfers on the Grand Strand. Smith fired a 2-under par 34 in nine holes at Blackmoor Golf Club to lead the Lady Sharks to a match victory, just the latest in a long line of impressive rounds for the junior golfer and team captain. “I... 

Volleyball Wrapup: CAMB, Socastee knock off rivals

Christian Academy of Myrtle Beach completed a season sweep against St. James on Wednesday with a 3-0 victory over the visiting Lady Sharks. After knocking off St. James last week, the Lady Saints (6-2) had their hands full early as the Lady Sharks built a 24-19 in the opening set. St. James had set point but saw CAMB rally off five straight points to tie it up. St. James had set point against but the... 

Socastee boys, girls score XC sweep of rival St. James

Socastee High successfully opened its 2014 cross country season on Tuesday by hosting and sweeping a dual meet with region rival St. James. The Braves prevailed in both the boys and girls races, with Socastee’s Justin Knipper and Keahi Mendoza taking first and second among the boys for a 21-38 win for Socastee. In the girls event, Kelsey Glover of St. James won medalist honors with a time of... 

St. James products English, Heidt picked by Twins, Jays

Former St. James High teammates Tanner English and Gunnar Heidt could see their paths cross again in the American League. English, a junior outfielder at South Carolina, and Heidt, a junior infielder at The College of Charleston, heard their names called in Saturday’s continuation of the Major League Draft. English was the 11th round selection (320th overall) of the Minnesota Twins, while Heidt... 

Strand golfers struggle at Class 3A state tournament

The Class 3A Boys Golf Championships proved to be two difficult days for Grand Strand golf teams. North Myrtle Beach was the top local finisher with a two-day total of 658 and a 12th-place showing in the field of 17. Myrtle Beach (679) came in 13th, St. James (688) was 14th and Socastee (761) placed 17th. The Chiefs also had the top local individual as Vijay Mishra shot back-to-back 78s for a 156 and... 

Lady Sharks’ surprising run halted in Lower State Final

The St. James High girls soccer team’s playoff run came to an close in the Class 3A Lower State Final on Monday night, but Lady Sharks’ season lasted much longer than expected. After finishing second in Region 7-3A with a young but up-and-coming team, St. James started putting all the pieces of the puzzle together in the postseason, winning their first three playoff games in shutout fashion... 

Soccer: Lady Sharks down Swansea; MB falls in semis

The St. James High girls soccer team picked the right night to play its best defensive game of the season. The second-seeded Lady Sharks advanced to the Lower State Final by scoring a hard-fought 1-0 victory over top-seeded Swansea, claiming the victory in sudden death on penalty kicks. With St. James defender Mackenzie May shutting down Swansea’s top scorer and fellow defenders Nicole Meyers,... 
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