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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)... 

Volleyball: MB, NMB win; earn rematch for state bid

A lot of things have changed over the past year, but not when it comes to settling the Class 4A Lower State championship. For the second straight season, a trip to the state championship will be decided along a 15-mile stretch of the Grand Strand between rivals Myrtle Beach and North Myrtle Beach. The defending state champion Seahawks swept Hilton Head Island 3-0 on the road and the Chiefs scored... 

Tennis: Seahawks, Braves march on to third round

Massive turnover, a midseason hurricane, and a brutal road schedule haven’t seemed to hinder the Myrtle Beach High girls tennis team. Despite losing five senior starters from last year’s squad and playing a compressed schedule that saw them make three road trips to the Pee Dee in three consecutive days to end the regular season, the second-seeded Lady Seahawks soldiered on Monday with... 

Seahawks’ defense holds off late charge by Chiefs

The North Myrtle Beach Chiefs made it closer than most expected. That’s when Myrtle Beach’s defense proved why it is the best unit in all of Class 4A. The Seahawks (7-0 overall, 4-0 region) beat their Region 6-4A rival 17-14 on Thursday at Doug Shaw Memorial Stadium, and they can thank that stout defense for keeping the team’s record perfect. “They really carried us, particularly in the... 

Seahawks trio, Socastee’s Solomon in all-star games

Three Myrtle Beach Seahawks and one Socastee Brave will represent the Grand Strand in postseason all-star football games on Dec. 15. Myrtle Beach High offensive lineman Evan Jumper was selected to play in the 82nd Annual Shrine Bowl of the Carolinas at Wofford College in Spartanburg. A pair of Seahawks teammates, defensive lineman JB Favorite and wide receiver Marcus “Chunk” Grissett,... 

Region 6-4A: Doty’s 7 TDs lift MB; Foxes rock Chiefs

What was expected to be No. 4-ranked Myrtle Beach’s toughest test of the season looked a lot like the other lopsided affairs for the undefeated Seahawks (6-0 overall, 3-0 Region 6-4A). Myrtle Beach junior quarterback Luke Doty threw seven touchdown passes – three apiece to Da’Ron Finkley and Marcus Grissett – to lead the Seahawks to a 49-7 victory over visiting Wilson on... 

Wilson takes keys, drives Seahawks to 100th victory

Mickey Wilson vaguely remembers Scott Earley approaching him in April of 2009 and telling the then-assistant two things. First, Earley was leaving after eight seasons, 72 victories and a state championship from the previous December. Second, Wilson was getting a promotion from offensive coordinator to head coach. It was a rather unceremonious bump in title with little fanfare and no news conference.... 

Tennis: Seahawks start long week with win over Wilson

The Myrtle Beach girls tennis team breezed through another region opponent Monday, defeating host Wilson 5-1 to improve to 3-0 in Region 6-4A play. Myrtle Beach split a pair of third-set tiebreakers in singles matches as No. 1 Carrigan Callihan beat Rebecca Liu 6-0, 2-6, 10-6 and No. 3 Cassidy Friend suffered a hard-fought 6-4, 4-6, 10-8 defeat to Kamin Hudson. Myrtle Beach’s No. 2 Sarah... 

Week 8 Roundup: Wilson wins 100th; Tigers prevail

Myrtle Beach football coach Mickey Wilson’s teams are known for putting up some big numbers. On Friday night he did the same, earning his 100th career victory in a 21-0 win at Marlboro County. In his 10th season as head coach with the Seahawks, Wilson has amassed a 100-25 record and two state championships. And this year’s No. 4-ranked squad is starting to look like one of his best. Myrtle... 

MB girls win region crown; four locals make all-region

The Myrtle Beach High girls golf team won the Region 6-4A Tournament in the rain Monday at Hartsville Country Club, edging host Hartsville by 10 strokes. The Lady Seahawks carded a score of 360, while Hartsville (370), North Myrtle Beach (385) and Darlington (464) claimed the top four qualifying spots for next week’s Lower State Tournament. The Lady Seahawks were led by Taylor Pirttima (85),... 
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