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Seahawks ride defense to Soccer at the Beach final

Despite being shorthanded, the Myrtle Beach High boys and girls soccer teams made strong title-defense bids as hosts of last weekend’s Soccer at the Beach Tournament – with the operative word being “defense.” For the second straight season, the Lady Seahawks (12-2-1 overall, 5-0 Region 6-4A) did not allow a single goal in repeating as girls champions. They won their three... 

Lady Seahawks run out of magic in Lower State final

Myrtle Beach held North Augusta 21 points below its season scoring average and played the Yellow Jackets about as well as any playoff opponent in the last three seasons. The Seahawks also held the Class 4A player of the year to just four points. None of that was enough. The Seahawks fell 44-26 to North Augusta in the Class 4A girls lower state championship game on Friday at the Florence Center.... 

Lady Seahawks’ lock-down defense nets state semi bid

A.C. Flora missed a couple shots. Then a couple more. They added a few turnovers. It was clear that one of the better scoring teams in the state was not having a great offensive night. Myrtle Beach’s defensive was largely responsible for that, and now the Seahawks are headed back to lower state championship game yet again. Coach Jennifer Dennison’s team defeated the Falcons 51-28 Monday in... 

Hoops: Falcons fly by MB; Tigers rally to top Sharks

Craig Martin walked off the court at the end of the first half in silence, hardly looking up from the floor. The way his Myrtle Beach boys basketball team had played against Darlington, only the post-game handshake line probably prevented him from doing it again after the final buzzer sounded. The ninth-ranked Seahawks were thumped at home Tuesday night by the Falcons, eventually losing 80-65.... 

Beach Ball Classic, Day 3: MB takes one on the chin

Myrtle Beach went toe-to-toe with St. Edward (OH) before falling 83-75 in Friday’s Beach Ball Classic action at the Myrtle Beach Convention Center. * Scott County (KY) 71, Cox Mills (NC) 60: The Cardinals pulled away in the second half to knock off the Chargers and advance to the winners’ bracket semifinals. Cox Mills’ standout Wendall Moore Jr. posted another double-double with... 

Panther Classic: Seahawks see thrilling run fall in final

Myrtle Beach’s thrilling run through the Panther Classic ended with a 77-65 defeat to Keenan in Saturday’s championship game at Carolina Forest High. After winning their first two games by a combined three points, the Seahawks pulled out another nail-biter in Saturday’s semifinal with a 52-50 victory over John Handley (VA). But Myrtle Beach finally ran out of magic in the final,... 

Seahawks, Chiefs rack up on All-Region 6-4A honors

The state champion Myrtle Beach High football team cleaned up on the Region 6-4A awards announced earlier this week. Seahawks head coach Mickey Wilson was named Region 6-4A Coach of the Year, senior lineman JB Favorite earned Defensive Player of the Year, senior running back Jermani Green shared Co-Offensive Player of the Year with Marlboro County’s Elijah Blair, and junior quarterback Luke... 

Pair of Seahawks linemen sign after state title run

Two of the key components to Myrtle Beach High’s drive to the Class 4A state championship finalized their college plans on Tuesday’s Early National Signing Day. Offensive linemen Evan Jumper and Travis Polson, who helped pave the way for the Seahawks’ eighth state title, signed National Letters of Intent at a school ceremony. Jumper, a 6-foot-4, 245-pounder signed with Furman.... 

Knox’s triple-double lifts Seahawks past Panthers

Myrtle Beach High sophomore Emorie Knox hit a major milestone in Saturday night’s 76-64 victory over host Carolina Forest, posting his first career triple-double to lead the Seahawks. Knox scored 20 points, pulled down 11 rebounds and dished out 10 assists, notching the program’s first triple-double since Solomon Cooper completed feat in the 2013-14 season. Fellow sophomore Ayden Hickman... 

SEAHAWKS STORM PAST GREER FOR STATE TITLE

Over the summer, the Myrtle Beach players were gathered inside the tunnel underneath Section 21 at Williams-Brice Stadium. It was July 26, and Mickey Wilson’s team had just finished a 7-on-7 game. There, looking out at midfield, the Seahawks heard an impassioned speech from their coach. He told them to keep working. He told them to keep improving. He told them they would be back. On Friday,... 
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