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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... 

Sharks dig deep to down Braves, welcome Gravely

The St. James High volleyball team opened the regular season under first-year head coach Jennifer Gravely on Tuesday against rival Socastee. And if the outcome of her debut is any indication, the Lady Sharks should be in for an exciting season. Trailing 2-1 and on the verge of defeat, St. James rallied to win the fourth set and the fifth-set tiebreaker for a thrilling 3-2 comeback victory over... 

Athlete of Week: Knaffle has hot summer on links

Remember those pesky first day of school assignments “What I did on my summer break” essays? St. James High junior golfer and Mammy’s Kitchen Athlete of the Week Smith Knaffle could write a novel about her experiences over the past two months. “It really flew by,” Knaffle said via phone from Iowa, the latest stop on a summer golf tour that has taken her all over the... 

White catches fire in final round, wins All-Star event

Golfers dream about having the kind of round Jordan White has Sunday. The St. James High senior made it happen en route to winning the South Carolina Junior Golf Association Tommy Hubert All-Star Championship at Seabrook Plantation. Following a respectable opening round of 80 on the challenging layout that left her tied for third, White fired a final round 69 to run away with the title. She made... 

Sharks’ comeback bid falls short in wild one with Loris

The St. James High football team went all last season without tasting victory. In Friday night’s season opener against visiting Loris, the Sharks came within inches of snapping the skid. Riley Parker’s 38-yard field goal as time expired sailed wide left, ending a wild game that saw five lead changes in the second half and nearly went to overtime in first-year coach Joey Price’s... 

Kickoff Countdown: Price has right recipe for Sharks

First-year St. James High head coach Joey Price put a positive spin on his tough task of turning around the Sharks’ program: “We’ve got nowhere to go but up.” It’s a painful truth for a struggling program that went winless last season, and the road ahead looks even more troubling with a move to Class 5A set for next season. But Price isn’t backing away from the... 

New realignment plan puts St. James in 5A in 2018-20

The South Carolina High School League has released its initial realignment plans for the 2018-19 and 2019-2020 season, and one Grand Strand school is scheduled to take a giant leap up in class. The rapidly growing St. James High, which was promoted to Class 4A last season, is set to move up to Class 5A following this season. The Sharks would join local rivals Carolina Forest, Conway, and Socastee... 
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