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Lady Sharks rally from big deficit for wild walk-off win

St. James’ Noel Cassidy hit a two-run walk-off home run to complete an amazing 9-7 comeback victory over visiting Waccamaw on Wednesday. The Lady Sharks trailed 7-0 entering the bottom of the fourth, when they finally managed to get a run before adding another in the fifth. Still, St. James needed a five-run rally in the sixth, highlighted by Shelby Spaziani’s three-run homer, to tie... 

Boys soccer: No. 1 Sharks, No. 7 Seahawks net wins

The No. 1-ranked St. James High boys soccer team did nothing to harm their credentials on Tuesday with a dominating 6-2 victory over host Wilson. Senior striker Quadarius Grate scored four goals to lead the Sharks (11-0-1, 5-0 Region 7-3A) to the easy win. Joey Simpson and Andres Celis scored one goal apiece and Celis added an assist. Luke Williams, Keaton zimmer and Chris Young also had assists. *... 

Athlete of the Week: Grate returns to lead SJ to No. 1

St. James High soccer standout Quadarius Grate is happy to be back for his senior season, and the No. 1-ranked Sharks are obviously glad to have their star striker back. Since returning to the team following a junior season spent playing for an academy club in Columbia, Grate has helped his team get off to a 10-0-1 start and earn the No. 1 ranking in Class 3A. It’s one of many reasons he... 

St. James takes advantage of errors to edge Socastee

The St. James High baseball team took advantage of four Socastee errors while committing none to beat the Braves 4-2 in their own backyard on Saturday. The Sharks scored two unearned runs in the first inning but the Braves answered back with two of their own in the bottom half of the frame. Dylan Thompson and Hayes Talley went 1-for-3 and drove in runs in the first to even it up. But St. James... 

Lady Sharks break out bats to knock out Lady Panthers

The St. James High softball team made quick work of visiting Lake City on Friday, winning 10-0 in five innings via the mercy rule. The Lady Sharks got five hitless and scoreless innings and four strikeouts from pitcher Morgan Marlow, and she got plenty of run support as St. James tallied 12 hits. St. James’ Remi Hargrove went 3-for-3 with two RBIs and a run scored to lead the Lady Sharks’... 

No. 2 Sharks notch another shutout in win over Saints

The No. 2-ranked St. James High boys soccer team had less than 24 hours to recover from its thrilling comeback victory over Myrtle Beach before its next contest. The short break didn’t seem to bother the Sharks (9-0-1), who scored a 5-0 win over host Christian Academy of Myrtle Beach on Wednesday night. St. James’ Keaton Zimmer tallied four of the Sharks’ five goal and assisted... 

Lady Sharks use last-inning rally to nip Lady Seahawks

The St. James softball team rallied for five runs in the final inning to defeat Myrtle Beach in walk-off fashion on Tuesday. Trailing 9-5 entering the final frame, the Lady Sharks batted around the order in the seventh to hand the Lady Seahawks their first loss of the season. What began as a pitchers’ duel between Myrtle Beach’s Carly Grace Bodge and St. James’ Shelby Spaziani... 

Grate’s hat trick lifts Sharks past Seahawks in overtime

St. James High standout Quadarius Grate scored the game-winning goal in overtime to lead the Sharks to a comeback 4-3 victory over visiting Myrtle Beach on Tuesday. Grate notched his third hat trick of the season but none bigger was than his third goal of the game against the region rival Seahawks, who led 3-2 until the closing minutes of regulation. Keaton Zimmer converted the game-tying goal... 

Seahawks, Sharks celebrate St. Paddy’s Day with sports

Myrtle Beach and St. James sports fans just might have to pinch themselves this St. Patrick’s Day. Forget the corned beef and cabbage; the Seahawks and Sharks are celebrating with a full schedule of spring sports on the St. James High campus. On Tuesday, St. James will host Myrtle Beach in baseball, softball, soccer and tennis – all within walking distance of one another at Shark Park.... 

St. James caps busy week with Georgetown beatdown

The No. 3-ranked St. James High boys soccer team completed a sweep of a very busy opening week on Friday with a 7-0 road victory over region foe Georgetown. After winning the Michael Nash Memorial, the Sharks (7-0-1 overall, 2-0 Region 7-3A) began this week with a 5-3 victory over rival Socastee on Monday and a 2-0 region opening win over North Myrtle Beach before posting back-to-back shutouts... 
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