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Baseball Roundup: Braves, Sharks, Tigers get big wins

The St. James High baseball team got a complete game from pitcher Trent Revis to defeat visiting region rival North Myrtle Beach 8-4 on Thursday. Revis allowed seven hits while striking out six and walking none. He had one rough patch in the fourth inning, allowing three runs to the Chiefs, but got out of the jam and returned to form the rest of the way. Revis got plenty of run support, including a... 

Lady Sharks hold off late charge from Lady Warriors

The St. James softball team won its second game in as many days Wednesday with a 3-2 victory over host Waccamaw. St. James pitcher Morgan Marlow got the start and lasted 3 1/3 scoreless innings before Becca Prosser, who got the win in Tuesday’s 6-2 victory over Conway, closed out the final 3 2/3 frames. Neither allowed a run until the seventh when Prosser was touched up for a pair of runs but... 

Softball Roundup: Sharks, Braves knock off 4-A foes

Becca Prosser pitched five scoreless innings and Hannah Price went 3-for-4 at the plate as the St. James softball team took a 6-2 victory over visiting Conway on Tuesday. The Lady Sharks got a balanced offensive attack as five different players drove in runs. They scored one run in the third inning to break the scoreless tie, then added two in the fourth for the eventual winning runs. St. James scored... 

Sharks capture 6-1 victory over Saints in boys tennis

The St. James boys tennis team scored a 6-1 victory over visiting Christian Academy of Myrtle Beach on Monday. St. James’ No. 1-4 singles Jeffrey Dayton, Joseph Martinez, Christian Heath and Thomas Leonard scored straight-sets victories. CAMB’s Avery Green prevented the Saints from being swept with a hard-fought 6-4, 6-4 win at No. 5 singles. St. James also dominated at doubles. The Sharks’... 

St. James’ Sanders second; six wrestlers make podium

The Grand Strand failed to bring home any championships in Saturday’s SCHSL individual state championships but seven local grapplers managed to make the medal stand. St. James’ Zach Sanders finished runner-up in the Class 3A 170-pound division, the highest finishing local wrestler, while Socastee had three Braves make the final four. Socastee’s Jordan Hodge (132) battled back from... 

Boys Hoops: St. James tops Socastee; Saints reach final

The St. James boys basketball teams scored an impressive second-half comeback to upset visiting Socastee on Saturday night. Trailing by double digits at halftime, the Sharks (7-16 overall, 2-7 Region 7-3A) rallied to knock off the Braves (13-9, 5-5) for a rare region victory in their final home game of an otherwise difficult season. St. James closes out the season Monday at Wilson but is eliminated... 

Fischer resigns after three tough seasons with Sharks

St. James High football coach Mark Fischer coined the battle cry “Run Through It!” to inspire his team. After three losing seasons, his tenure has reached the other side. Fischer officially announced his resignation after a roller-coaster three seasons with the Sharks, who still have not experienced a winning season in the decade since the school opened. Fischer brought a fiery personality... 

Girls Hoops: Lady Sharks score big win over NMB

* St. James 51, North Myrtle Beach 49: The Lady Chiefs’ Region 7-3A title defense took a big hit Saturday night with a 51-49 loss to the Lady Sharks. St. James (11-7, 2-4) got 14 points apiece from Bethany Goodrich and Kimmie Hotzelt to knock off the Lady Chiefs (12-7, 2-3). Marci Chestnut scored a game-high 27 points to lead North Myrtle Beach, which trailed by 10 entering the final period but... 

Athlete of the Week: Deible has title hopes for Sharks

A move from Illinois to the Grand Strand has been good so far for Steven Deible, and for the St. James wrestling program. The junior is in his second season with the Sharks after transferring to St. James as a sophomore. Despite the difficulty of switching high schools midstream, Deible has quickly found a new home. “(The move) really wasn’t that hard,” said Deible, who was voted the Mammy’s... 

Sharks make stand at first Horry-Georgetown tourney

The St. James High wrestling program isn’t ready to fade from powerhouse status just yet. The Sharks won Saturday’s Horry-Georgetown Wrestling Championships on their home floor, knocking off region rivals No. 3-ranked Socastee and No. 20 North Myrtle Beach to win the inaugural tournament. St. James, which saw its streak of four straight region titles snapped by Socastee last season, served notice... 
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