Home » Author Archive

MB Track and Field Club flies high at Florence meet

The Myrtle Beach Track & Field Club combined boys and girls team scored 181 points to finish third out of nine clubs that competed in the Carolina Gold Classic at Georgetown HS on Saturday. T’Mars McCallum led the Myrtle B each Track & Field and was named the Boys 15-16 Meet Outstanding Performer. He won the long jump and placed second in the high jump and triple jump. Despite a weather... 

Rivers named honorable mention All-American

Coastal Carolina senior outfielder Kieton Rivers was recognized as a Perfect Game/Rawlings honorable mention All-American, it was announced on Wednesday, June 12. Rivers had a career year in 2019, as the Virginia native hit .321 with a total of 75 hits on the season which both ranked third on the team overall. He also recorded 13 home runs, three triples and 16 doubles, while driving in 65 RBIs... 

Trio of Pelicans pitchers are midseason All-Stars

Myrtle Beach right-handed pitchers Javier Assad, Jesus Camargo and Paul Richan were selected to represent the Pelicans in the 2019 All-Star Classic presented by Visit Frederick, the Carolina League office announced on Tuesday. The game, which is scheduled for 7:15 p.m. on Tuesday, June 18, will feature a Southern Division team against a squad made up of Northern Division players from Nymeo Field... 

Grand Strand rec athletes find passion for pickleball

Nearly 100 local recreational athletes put themselves in a real pickle last week at Pepper Geddings Recreation Center – the Third Annual Rena Grant Pickleball with a Purpose Tournament. Wait, pickle what? That’s right, pickleball. For the uninitiated, it’s an obscure, hybrid sport combining elements of tennis, badminton and racquetball (with a pinch of ping pong and Wiffle ball... 

CCU football loses legend with retirement of Glenn

Coastal Carolina football chief of staff and director of football operations George Glenn announced his retirement, making the 2018 season his last at Coastal Carolina University. “I can think of no finer place to have spent the last seven years than here at Coastal Carolina,” said Glenn. “As I end my career, I will take with me the memories, lifelong friendships and pride in the success... 

Chants’ season ends with stinging defeat to Jackets

Coastal Carolina baseball had its season come to an end on Sunday afternoon as the No. 3 overall seeded Georgia Tech Yellow Jackets defeated the Chanticleers 10-8 in an elimination game at the 2019 NCAA Atlanta Regional hosted by Georgia Tech at Russ Chandler Stadium in Atlanta, Ga. The Chants finished the season at 36-26-1 overall and won its second-straight Sun Belt Championship. In a wild contest... 

Coastal wrangles Rattlers to stay alive in Regional

The Chanticleers took an early 3-0 lead and did not look back in a 9-4 win over the Florida A&M Rattlers in an elimination game on Saturday afternoon at the 2019 NCAA Atlanta Regional at Russ Chandler Stadium. Coastal improved to 36-25-1 on the season with the win, while the Rattlers ended their season at 27-34 with the loss. The Chants are now 6-0 in elimination games over the Sun Belt Tournament... 

MB Track & Field Club shines at Club Challenge

The Myrtle Beach Track and Field Club welcomed 22 clubs from across the Southeast to Doug Shaw Memorial Stadium on May 31st and June 1st. Over 750 youth athletes ages 5 to 19 competed, with the Boys and Girls teams from the Mt. Pleasant Track Club taking top honors in the Club Team completion. The Port City Track Club from Wilmington, NC placed 2nd in both Boys and Girls competition. The MBTFC... 

Chants battered by Tigers, drop into losers bracket

Coastal Carolina baseball saw a 2-2 tie disappear in the fourth inning as the Auburn Tigers scored 14 runs over its last five at-bats to pull away with a 16-7 win over the Chanticleers in the first game of the 2019 NCAA Atlanta Regional on Friday afternoon at Russ Chandler Stadium. The loss snaps Coastal’s (35-25-1) winning streak at five-straight games and puts the Chants one game away from... 

Chiefs seeking sixth boys hoops coach in nine years

North Myrtle Beach is looking for a new boys basketball coach. And for reasons both in and out of the high school’s control, the process is getting to be fairly routine. Athletics Director Joe Quigley is in the earliest stages of filling the role for the fifth time since the end of the spring of 2011. “Any time you’re hiring, you’re taking a chance,” Quigley said Thursday. “Something... 
© 2019 Grand Strand Sports Report · RSS
Myrtle Beach Web Design
Kayaking in Myrtle Beach