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Soccer: SJ sweeps NMB; CF posts pair of shutouts

The St. James High girls soccer team isn’t ready to throw in the towel in their title defense of the Region 7-3A crown. Despite suffering their first region loss to Myrtle Beach last week, the Lady Sharks (8-3-1- overall, 7-1 region) kept their slim repeat hopes alive by shutting out North Myrtle Beach 3-0 on Tuesday night. St. James got goals from Jenny Breeden, Haley Brandon and Nicole Meyers... 

Athlete of the Week: Sharks net leadership from Wallace

It’s been a roller-coaster season for the St. James High boys soccer team, but senior center midfielder Brandon Wallace is enjoying the ride and steering the Sharks into the postseason. Despite losing several seniors and some key underclassmen off last year’s team and undergoing an offseason coaching change, the Sharks are heading to the Class 3A playoffs and appear to be peaking at the... 

Price, Lady Chiefs dominate Region 7-3A softball honors

St. James High senior Hannah Price was named the Region 7-3A Player of the Year and North Myrtle Beach High put five players on the All-Region first team, along with second-year softball coach James Graves. The Lady Chiefs claimed their region title behind the pitching of Taylor Hansis and her fellow first-teamers Julia Cole, Kieran Lawson, Rayni Newman and Makala Gore. Teammate Myatt Hardwick earned... 

Soccer: St. James, MB win to set up 7-3A showdown

The St. James High girls soccer team set up a Region 7-3A showdown with No. 8 Myrtle Beach by scoring an 11-0 victory over Georgetown on Monday. St James freshman Haley Brandon scored five goals to lead the No. 15 Lady Sharks to a perfect 5-0 region record going into Wednesday’s matchup with the No. 8 Lady Seahawks (11-1-0), who are also undefeated in region play. St. James’ Jenny Breeden... 

King pitches Sharks to key region win over Seahawks

St. James High junior pitcher Ty King started and finished Friday’s key Region 7-3A showdown for a 5-1 victory over visiting Myrtle Beach. King went the distance and led the Sharks to a near shutout of the Seahawks (6-7 overall, 4-4 region), scattering six hits over seven innings and striking out three to get the win. The Sharks (8-6 overall, 4-3 Region 7-3A) struck for two runs in both the second... 

Softball: Sharks snap skid; NMB silences Georgetown

The St. James High softball team snapped a rare two-game losing streak by defeating Region 7-3A rival Myrtle Beach on Thursday. St. James seniors Rebecca Prosser and Hannah Price had huge days at the plate to lead the Lady Sharks (10-4 overall, 4-2 region) back into the region title picture. Prosser went 4-for-4 and scored three runs while Price went 3-for-4 with a home run and a double to lead the... 

Girls Soccer: Lady Sharks shut out No. 11 Socastee

The St. James High girls soccer team proved that last year’s Region 7-3A championship was no fluke by shutting out rival Socastee 4-0 on Wednesday night. The Lady Sharks (3-3-1 overall, 3-0 region) got a pair of goals apiece from Haley Brandon and Jenny Breedan in the first half to put the No. 11-ranked Lady Braves (9-3-2, 2-2) away early. St. James goalkeeper Shannon Johnson led a strong defensive... 

Athlete of the Week: Senior Prosser leads Lady Sharks

St. James High senior Rebecca Prosser’s softball future is secure after signing scholarship papers with USC Upstate. Now she just wants to enjoy her final weeks of high school, and that means going out with a fifth Region 7-3A championship … and hopefully more. Prosser and fellow senior Hannah Price were a part of four straight region title teams before rival Socastee broke the streak last... 

Softball: NMB edges Sharks for driver’s seat in region

The Region 7-3A championship may be making a rare trip to the north end of the Grand Strand thanks to a stellar week by North Myrtle Beach. The Lady Chiefs (11-1 overall, 4-0 region) scored a 2-1 victory over visiting St. James on Thursday, completing a sweep this week of the Lady Sharks and Socastee, the two teams who traditionally compete for the region crown. North Myrtle Beach’s Taylor Hansis... 

Sharks look within to name Brown interim football coach

St. James High will introduce its next head football coach today, and the Sharks didn’t have to look very far to find him. After an exhaustive search yielded no takers for the school vacant job, St. James has decided to name Robby Brown, a former assistant and current teacher on staff, its interim football coach. The former Carolina Forest and Conway assistant, Brown was selected the Sharks’... 
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