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Region 6-4A: Seahawks rip Dogs; Falcons stun Chiefs

On the first Friday night of the season that could be considered fall football weather, Myrtle Beach’s high-flying passing attack came out a bit cold against visiting Marlboro County. But it didn’t take long for the No. 1-ranked Seahawks’ senior quarterback Luke Doty and his receiving corp to catch fire en route to a 56-6 victory on Senior Night at Doug Shaw Memorial Stadium. Doty,... 

Region 6-5A: Tigers roar past Bruins; Panthers roll

Xavier Kinlaw scored four touchdowns and called the game-clinching play in the final five minutes as Conway rallied for a 35-28 victory over South Florence Friday night to earn a berth in the state playoffs. Kinlaw caught a fourth-down, six-yard touchdown pass from Carlton Terry Jr. with 3:41 remaining to give Conway its first lead. “He called the touchdown at the end,” coach Carlton Terry... 

Panthers power up, push through for region crown

Long before Carolina Forest’s volleyball team clinched another region championship, co-captain Ellie Atkins felt the team wasn’t, well, in the right gear. During a match early in the season, the team fell behind an opponent. That’s when the senior huddled with her team and relayed a message inspired by learning to drive her father’s 1986 Nissan Z, which has a manual transmission. “One... 

Infamous red Jeep back in national spotlight at CMS

Just when you thought it was safe to go back onto the internet … Myrtle Beach’s infamous red Jeep Grand Cherokee that went viral while Hurricane Dorian approached the coast will once again find itself at the center of a swirling storm this weekend at Charlotte Motor Speedway. The NASCAR racetrack, long known for its wild publicity stunts, is putting the Jeep on display for fans Friday... 

Coast FA holds free soccer ball giveaway

You’ve heard of taking a free kick in soccer, but Coast FA is giving them away – 2,000, to be exact. The Myrtle Beach-based youth soccer club is donating 2,000 free soccer balls to children in the Grand Strand community and will hand them this weekend. “Our mission is to grow the game of soccer in our community and there is no better way to accomplish our goal than to give away... 

Panthers take region title, four local teams advance

The Carolina Forest girls golf team captured the Region 6-5A championship Tuesday at Wachesaw Plantation East Golf Club as all four local teams qualified for next week;s Lower State tournament. The Panthers shot a team total of 320 to edge host St. James by six strokes, using their depth to take the team title. Mia Gray and Victoria Callahan (74s) tied for second medalist honors, and teammates... 

NMB nips rival MB by one stroke to win region crown

Monday’s Region 6-4A girls golf tournament came down to a single stroke as host North Myrtle Beach captured the title over rival Myrtle Beach. Led by medalist and region player of the year Cara Hilburn, who shot a low round of 82 at Eagles Nest Golf Course, the Chiefs tallied a team total of 388 to the Seahawks’ 389. Hilburn’s seventh-grade sister Sydney Hilburn also earned all-tournament... 

Record crowd sees Chants fall short to Georgia State

Coastal Carolina football held the Georgia State Panthers scoreless in the fourth quarter but couldn’t overcome a double-digit deficit in a 31-21 Sun Belt home loss to GSU on Saturday evening at Brooks Stadium on Family and Hall of Fame Weekend. The crowd of 17,249 on Saturday evening is the largest crowd to see a football game in Brooks Stadium, surpassing the previous mark of 15,991 versus... 

Region 6-5A: Tigers top Braves; Panthers rip SF

Conway appeared to find its identity last week, pummeling West Florence with a relentless ground attack. Although the train remained on track at times Friday night, it was an unexpected aerial attack that helped the Tigers roll to a 28-8 victory at Socastee. Quarterback Carlton Terry threw three touchdown passes to Xavier Kinlaw as Conway led the outmatched Braves from start to finish. “It was... 

Region 6-4A: Chiefs suffer first defeat; MB dominates

Zayshaun Rice faked a pop pass to a receiver streaking across the back field, snagged it back into his control, and then calmly connected on another first-down pass. It was that sort of night for the Wilson quarterback — and the previously top-ranked North Myrtle Beach defense. The Chiefs had too little in the tank to keep up with Rice and the rest of the Tigers, falling 43-21 in a game that... 
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