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Solomon’s pick-six helps South take it to the house

In a game full of turnovers, Kenney Solomon had among the most influential. The Socastee defensive back returned a third-quarter interception 46 yards for a touchdown, helping his South team win the Touchstone Energy Cooperatives Bowl 13-10 Saturday at Coastal Carolina’s Brooks Stadium. It was one of six interceptions to go along with two fumbles. More importantly, it was much more exciting end... 

Hoops: MB downs Conway; Socastee wins HTC tourney

Just 24 hours after a lackluster effort allowed Carolina Forest to put up 80 points on Myrtle Beach, the Seahawks turned in a strong defensive performance to hand Conway its first loss. Myrtle Beach held the Tigers to single-digit scoring in all four quarters to score a 49-32 road victory. Conway managed only five points in the fourth quarter as Myrtle Beach pulled away. The Seahawks were led by... 

All-County Golf: Anderson follows Knaffle’s footsteps

Selecting the MyHorryNews All-County Girls Golfer of the Year should be easy when there’s a three-time team state champion, two-time individual state medalist and 2017 S.C. Golfer of the Year in the mix. But what if she was the second-best player on her team in 2018? That’s why it only seemed right to award St. James High freshman Adrian Anderson with the title over senior teammate and University... 

Hoops: Panthers flip script on Seahawks in rematch

A leaky roof at the Myrtle Beach High gymnasium forced Friday’s home contest with Carolina Forest to be relocated to the Myrtle Beach Sports Center. The Panthers made themselves at home. Just sic days after suffering a 76-64 setback to the Seahawks on their home floor, the Panthers pounced back in the rematch for an 80-76 win over Myrtle Beach to split the season series. Carolina Forest built... 

All-County XC: CF’s Mohr, NMB’s Spickler lead pack

Running is more than a hobby for Michael Mohr; it’s a full-time job. In fact, there’s no such thing as an off-season for the PALM senior — only the next season. After leading Carolina Forest to the SCHSL Cross Country Championships earlier this month, Mohr simply shifted gears to the Junior Olympics circuit before finally slowing down. “I had my last (Junior Olympics) race last weekend... 

Hoops: Unbeaten Conway secures sweep of Wilson

The Conway High boys basketball team proved that last month’s overtime win over Wilson wasn’t a fluke by completing a sweep of the series with a 62-57 win Thursday night. Conway (6-0) remains undefeated on the season. The Tigers play host to rival Myrtle Beach on Saturday. * Christian Academy 79, Pee Dee Academy 51: The Saints steamrolled the Eagles behind Mike Green’s game-high... 

Change is name of game for North-South All-Stars

Socastee’s Kenney Solomon (left) and Myrtle Beach’s JB Favorite are among two local players competing in Saturday’s Touchstone Energy Cooperatives North-South All-Star Game on Saturday at CCU’s Brooks Stadium. The wholesale changes to the 2018 South Carolina football season brought on by Hurricane Florence and the ensuing flooding affected, in some form or another, the... 

Hoops: Saints fall despite double-double from Green

The Christian Academy of Myrtle Beach boys basketball team suffered a tough two-point road loss to Trinity-Byrnes on Wednesday night. The Titans escaped with a 55-53 victory to sweep the season series despite a double-double performance from Saints senior Mike Green. Green scored a game-high 29 points on 11-for-18 shooting from the field, pulled down 10 rebounds and dished out four assists for... 

Hoops: Tigers, Sharks post big wins over county rivals

The Conway High boys remained undefeated on the season with a big home win over Myrtle Beach, 77-60. Conway’s Tonka Hemingway led the way for the Tigers with 14 points. James Bellamy and DeAunte Sherman scored 12 points apiece and Timothy Steele added 11. Myrtle Beach’s Emorie Knox scored a game-high 30 points and teammates Ayden Hickman and James Marques chipped in 10 points apiece. *... 

Chants on break for finals week after loss to Terriers

Sophomore Tre Brown had a career and team-high 24 points, but it was not enough as Coastal Carolina fell 82-71 at Wofford. Brown’s point total tied for game-high honors as Wofford’s Cameron Jackson also finished with 24. Among his eight field goals, was a career-high five three-point field goals, connecting on all five he attempted. He did a good job of distributing the ball, finishing... 
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