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Green follows his hoops dream to South Carolina

Christian Academy of Myrtle Beach boys basketball standout Mike Green II considered many factors in making his decision to walk on at the University of South Carolina – academics, basketball, social life and more. But in the end, it all came down to two little words: “What if?” “The biggest thing was I didn’t want to go through life wondering ‘what if?'”... 

Saints go down swinging; Green caps stellar career

The Christian Academy of Myrtle Beach boys basketball team saw its season come to a close in the SCISA Class 2A state semifinals on Thursday, but the Saints didn’t go down without a fight. Trailing by double digits for most of the night, Christian Academy put together a fierce fourth-quarter comeback before falling 71-66 to Hilton Head Prep at the Sumter Civic Center. The Saints scored more... 

CA’s Green, Jones reach major hoops milestones

The Christian Academy of Myrtle Beach basketball programs celebrated a couple of milestones last Friday, and these two senior hoops stars appear to have a lot of mileage ahead. Saints sharpshooter Michael Green was honored for scoring his 2,000th career point, and Lady Saints standout TeTe Jones scored her 1,000th career point in the girls game. The two have more in common than being the recent... 

Hoops: Green lifts Saints; Seahawks rally past ‘Dogs

On a night chosen to recognize a milestone for Christian Academy of Myrtle Beach hoops standout Michael Green, the senior sharpshooter enjoyed a different kind of career night. After being honored for surpassing the 2,000-point mark at halftime, Green went on to score a career-high 51 points to lead the Saints to a 93-30 blowout over Marlboro Academy. Green put on a performance befitting his career... 

Beach Ball Classic, Day 4/5: CA’s Green leaves his mark

This week’s Beach Ball Classic has been a memorable one for Christian Academy of Myrtle Beach senior Michael Green, capped by his victory in the 3-Point Contest on Saturday night at the Myrtle Beach Convention Center. Green repeatedly ripped the net to knock off fellow sharpshooters from around the country. He was joined by Westchester (CA) Slam-Dunk champion Kaelen Allen as the top honorees... 

All-County Girls Tennis: CA star Harrelson rises to top

Tatiana Harrelson’s path into tennis was a predictable one, but the level of success she has achieved in the sport is the product of her own hard work and dedication. The Christian Academy of Myrtle Beach senior recently completed another undefeated season. She hasn’t lost a regular-season match since her freshman year as the Lady Saints’ No. 1 singles player, a position the child... 

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... 

Saints’ season put on hold due to low numbers, youth

One year after a breakthrough season, the Christian Academy of Myrtle Beach football program has suffered a big setback due to low participation numbers. After posting the SCISA program’s first winning season and earning a first-ever playoff bid in 2017, the Saints (0-2) were forced to forfeit their home opener with Orangeburg Prep last Friday because they didn’t have enough players... 

Volleyball: Chiefs, Saints sweep non-region rivals

The North Myrtle Beach volleyball team swept host Socastee 3-0 (25-10, 25-16, 25-13) Tuesday in a non-region match up. The Lady Chiefs were led by Raegen Matney’s 7 kills and 4 ace serves. Kayla Henley had 5 kills and Jordan Berger added 4. On Wednesday, NMB defeated Waccamaw (2-1) and host St. James (2-0) in a non-region tri-match. The Chiefs started out strong against Waccamaw winning the... 

Young Saints look to build on record-setting season

The 2017 season was one for the record books for the Christian Academy of Myrtle Beach football program. First-ever winning season? Check. First-ever playoff berth? Check. The start of a winning tradition? Not so fast. The record-setting season came at a big expense to the young program, which lost 10 seniors (more than half the SCISA Class A team’s roster) who were seventh-graders when the... 
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