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Baseball: St. James makes late rally to down Chiefs

The St. James High baseball team scored seven runs over the final two innings to rally to a 10-4 victory over host North Myrtle Beach on Tuesday. Trailing 4-3 entering the sixth inning, the Sharks went on the attack after knocking NMB starter Dylan Doolittle from the mound. St. James tallied two runs in the sixth to take the lead and iced it with five runs in the seventh. St. James’ Drake Martin,... 

Athlete of the Week: Werba sparks Sharks’ historic run

The history books say the 2014-15 St. James High boys basketball team went farther than any squad in school history. The scorebook shows that Zach Werba played a huge role in the historic run. Just as the Sharks showed a flair for the dramatic with fourth-quarter comebacks to reach the Class 3A Lower State semifinals for the first time, so did Werba. In their last two games, the junior guard connected... 

Soccer: Sharks silence CF; Lady Seahawks fall on PKs

The old adage that you can’t lose if the other team doesn’t score is holding true for the St. James boys soccer team, which improved to 5-0 with its fifth shutout victory of the season on Tuesday night. Following a scoreless sweep of the season-opening Michael Nash Memorial Tournament, the Sharks shut out Carolina Forest for the second time this season with a 5-0 win on the Panthers’... 

Sharks top Warriors on PKs to net Nash tournament title

It took four games and some overtime before someone finally scored on the St. James boys soccer team. Unfortunately for fellow finalist Waccamaw, the scores came in the form of penalty kicks and not enough of them to beat the Sharks, who hoisted the trophy of the Michael Nash Memorial soccer tournament on Sunday in North Myrtle Beach. By taking a 4-3 edge in PKs for a 1-0 win over the Warriors, the... 

Soccer: Sharks shut out all foes to reach Nash final

The St. James High boys soccer team is three games into the 2015 season and still hasn’t given up a goal. The Sharks scored a pair shutouts Saturday – 1-0 over Myrtle Beach and 4-0 over Hartsville – to advance to Sunday’s championship match of the Michael Nash Memorial Tournament in North Myrtle Beach. After shutting out Waccamaw on Friday for a 2-0 win, the Sharks used goaltenders... 

St. James’ Hurston named CBCA’s Player of the Year

Following a surprising run to the Class 3A Lower State semifinals, St. James junior Jackson Hurston was named the Coastal Basketball Coaches Association Player of the Year, and two Shark teammates made the list to give St. James the most All-CBCA players. Hurston was joined on the First Team by Christian Jeffords of Conway, Duane Moss of Carolina Forest, Arkel Williams of Carvers Bay and Rob Ferraro... 

Chiefs, Sharks qualify six for state wrestling tourney

Fourteen Grand Strand-area wrestlers are headed for next weekend’s individual state championships after placing top-four finishes in the Lower State tournament, including champions from three different schools. Socastee’s Justin Knipper (120) captured the championship at the Class 4A Lower State meet, while St. James’ Michael MeWhorter (145) and North Myrtle Beach’s Raesean... 

St. James rallies past O-W into Lower State semifinals

The St. James High boys basketball team is in unfamiliar territory – the Class 3A Lower State semifinals – but the Sharks like the water just fine. Second-seeded St. James rallied from a 15-point halftime deficit on the road to upset top-seeded Orangeburg-Wilkinson 52-51 on Friday night in the second round of the playoffs to advance to the Lower State semifinals for the first time in school... 

Playoff Hoops: SJ boys top Aiken; Lady Braves ousted

The St. James boys basketball team proved it wasn’t satisfied with simply making the playoffs. The second-seeded Sharks (17-5) are hungrier for more. St. James scored a convincing 67-51 victory over visiting Aiken in the first round of the Class 3A state playoffs on Tuesday night, giving a packed house at the Shark Tank its first postseason home victory. Jackson Hurston scored a game-high 21... 

Local hoops teams’ playoff hopes riding on the road

If the Grand Strand’s boys and girls basketball teams are going to represent the region well in the playoffs, they will have to do so on the road when the postseason tips off Monday. Six of the Strand’s eight SCHSL playoff teams will open on the road, with the top-seeded Myrtle Beach girls hosting No. 4-seeded Gilbert on Monday, and No. 2-seeded St. James boys welcoming Aiken to the Shark... 
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