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Sharks let one slip away as Bulldogs feast on fumbles

One week after pulling off an amazing comeback win, the St. James High football team got to experience the other side of the coin in the Sharks’ 26-23 loss to visiting Georgetown. Leading from start until the closing minutes of the fourth quarter, the Sharks (2-3) committed two late turnovers that set up a pair of touchdown runs by the Bulldogs’ Paul Lance, including the game-winners... 

Volleyball: Sharks prevail; Tomlin nets triple-double

No stranger to triple-doubles on the basketball court, Carolina Forest’s Alexis Tomlin completed the rare feat on the volleyball floor in Wednesday’s 3-1 victory over host Sumter. Tomlin recorded 23 kills, 22 service points, and 18 digs to lead the Panthers to a perfect 9-0 regular season record and 2-0 in Region 6-5A play. Teammates Emma Morgan made 12 kills and Kiersten Wisuri had... 

Football: Sharks rally past Lake City; Saints fall to TKA

The St. James High football team showed up late for Friday’s game at Lake City, but the Sharks (2-2) were celebrating all the way back home with a 42-34 comeback victory over the Panthers (0-3). Trailing 28-0 in the second quarter, the Sharks rallied to erase the deficit early in the third by scoring 35 unanswered points. St. James scored three TDs in the second quarter to cut the deficit... 

Golf: Sharks fire 5-under; Seahawks, Panthers roll

The St. James High girls golf team showed why they are the two-time defending state champions on Thursday by carding a blistering team-total of 5-under-par 139 at Eagles Nest Golf Club to defeat region foe North Myrtle Beach on its home course. The Lady Sharks saw their top three players shoot par or better, led by reigning state champion Smith Knaffle’s 4-under 32 to earn medalist honors.... 

Lady Sharks finish fourth at prestigious tournament

The St. James High girls golf team traveled to Newnan, GA, over the weekend to compete in the prestigious Lady Wildcat Invitational, which featured four defending state champions from four different states and a full field of talent on the Summer Grove Golf Club. Playing without defending Class 4A state medalist Smith Knaffle, the Lady Sharks posted an impressive fourth-place finish as the only... 

Golf: Sharks beat Tigers; Panthers edge Seahawks

Whatever is in the water at St. James High, the two-time defending state champion Lady Sharks golf team keeps drinking it. Already blessed with a lineup that includes senior leader Jordan White and two-time state champion junior Smith Knaffle, the Lady Sharks found another source of strength in eighth-grader Adrian Anderson in Wednesday’s match with Conway. Anderson earned medalist honors... 

Sharks, Panthers join MB, NMB on Thursday gridiron

Grand Strand area football teams will get an early jump on the Labor Day weekend after another game involving two local teams has been moved to Thursday night. Following in the footsteps of Myrtle Beach and North Myrtle Beach, Carolina Forest has moved its previously scheduled Friday game against visiting St. James to 7 p.m. Thursday. North Myrtle Beach saw its road game with West Brunswick (NC)... 

Athlete of Week: White takes aim at three-peat

If St. James High golfer Jordan White needed any extra motivation to go for a state championship three-peat, she got it one week before the start of her senior campaign. White shot a lights-out 69 at Seabrook Plamtation to win the South Carolina Junior Golf Association Tommy Hubert All-Star Championship, erasing a seven-stroke deficit on the final day to claim the prestigious tournament. “It... 

Lady Sharks dig deep, fall short at Aynor Invitational

The St. James High girls golf team was forced to dig deep in its lineup to compete in the Aynor Lady Blue Jacket Invitational over the weekend and had to settle for fourth place tin the prestigious season kickoff event. Playing without two-time defending state medalist and University of South Carolina commitment Smith Knaffle, who was competing in a junior tournament in Monroe (NC), the Lady Sharks... 

Sharks steamroll Warriors to snap 12-game drought

The long wait is finally over for the St. James High football program, and the Sharks snapped their 12-game winning streak in impressive fashion. Following a winless 2016 campaign that saw St. James hire veteran coach Joey Price in the offseason, the Sharks finally got the chance to taste victory Friday night with a 49-20 victory over visiting Waccamaw. The win-hungry Sharks wasted little time... 
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