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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,... 

Schools send football team to state with Seahawk Walk

The Myrtle Beach High football team received a hero’s send-off to the Class 4A state championship game with Thursday’s traditional Seahawk Walk through the campus before boarding the bus to Columbia. The Seahawks will face Greer for the state title at 1 p.m. Friday (on TV at WWMB-21, on radio at 104.9 FM), but only after they got some added encouragement from fellow students, faculty... 

Seahawks eye redemption in rematch with Hartsville

The film was nearly as painful as the game itself. A cruel reminder of just how badly Hartsville had dismantled Myrtle Beach, it made the Seahawks look over-ranked and outclassed by a real state title contender. The Red Foxes muscled coach Mickey Wilson’s team out of the Region VI-4A crown and homefield advantage throughout the lower state playoffs with a 70-34 victory on Nov. 1 that equalled... 

MB turns rivalry rematch into mismatch with NMB

North Myrtle Beach was thrilled to get another shot at its rival – this time in the third round of the playoffs. So, too, apparently, was Myrtle Beach defensive lineman J.B. Favorite. The Seahawks senior tallied six sacks, two tackles for loss and a couple quarterback hurries, helping he and his teammates to a 35-7 victory that sends them to the Lower State championship game. The fact that... 

Seahawks’ hot start forces playoff rematch with NMB

When Myrtle Beach traveled to Marlboro County one month ago, the Seahawks’ offense struggled to a 21-0 victory against a stingy Bulldogs’ defense. In Friday’s second-round playoff rematch, it Seahawks (9-1) needed less than six minutes to match that score en route to a 42-14 win at Doug Shaw Memorial Stadium. Following an unsuccessful Bulldogs’ onside kick to start the game,... 

Longtime MBHS volleyball coach Church steps down

Larry Church’s final match as Myrtle Beach High volleyball coach came in last week’s loss in the Lower State Final to archrival and eventual Class 4A state champion North Myrtle Beach. The scene, which featured top-level play in front of a packed gym, stands in stark contrast to his first day on the job 19 years ago, when the Lady Seahawks were far from a state power. In fact, they... 

Versatile Green means go for Seahawks’ hot offense

Dean Boyd knows what Jermani Green can do. Boyd, the Marlboro County coach, has seen the Myrtle Beach senior go off against his team in three straight games. There was the game a little over a month ago, when Green ran for 100 yards and caught nine passes for another 42. There was the time last fall when Green went for 114 rushing yards and three touchdowns against the Bulldogs while also intercepting... 

Seahawks, Green ground, pound Devils in first round

In what could have been the final home game of his stellar high school career, Myrtle Beach High running back Jermani Green turned in a career performance at Doug Shaw Memorial Stadium. Green rushed for a personal-best 283 yards and five touchdowns – all in the opening 18 minutes of the game – to lead the No. 5-ranked Seahawks to a 57-7 victory over visiting Dreher in Friday’s... 

Hartsville hammers Myrtle Beach for Region 6-4A title

The No. 3 Myrtle Beach High football team went into Thursday night’s battle of unbeatens at No. 1 Hartsville allowing only 47 points all season. It took the Red Foxes a little over a half to hang more than that on the Seahawks. Hartsville unleashed a 70-34 beat-down on Myrtle Beach to capture the Region 6-4A championship showdown at Kellytown Stadium. The Red Foxes (9-0 overall, 5-0 region)... 
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