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Chiefs charge past Tigers to reach Lower State semis

Matt Reel spent a portion of the moments leading up to Friday’s game against Wilson raving about the job defensive coordinator Greg Hill has done. Consider the pregame compliment repaid again. North Myrtle Beach’s defense shut down the Tigers in the first half and then did more than enough in the second half to ensure the sizable halftime lead stuck. As a result, the Chiefs won 34-22 and advanced... 

Field conditions a concern for Wilson-NMB playoff tilt

Matt Reel’s North Myrtle Beach football team reached the second round of the state playoffs. So, too, has his frustration with the football field he calls home. The Chiefs’ game against Wilson will be played as scheduled on Friday night despite sections of standing water and saturated conditions throughout the field. Efforts to move the game to one of the two field turf venues in the county... 

NMB rises to the top with Class 4A volleyball crown

After losing a hard-fought first set in Saturday’s Class 4A state volleyball match, North Myrtle Beach coach Alex Sing chose to use a carrot instead of a stick to motivate his team. “Even though we lost, we actually played really well in the first set,” Sing said. “I felt good about it and I told them they should feel good about it. “We just needed to clean up a few... 

Chiefs charge back, claim Class 4A volleyball crown

The North Myrtle Beach Chiefs went to the Class 4A state volleyball championship match on a mission Saturday. Mission accomplished. After falling in a hard-fought first set to Upper State champion Pickens, the Chiefs rattled off three consecutive set victories to capture the Class 4A state title. North Myrtle Beach lost the first set 23-25 before settling down and playing the style of volleyball... 

No. 10 NMB hits the road, runs past Thoroughbreds

The No. 10-ranked North Myrtle Beach High football team had to travel across the state to take on South Aiken in the first round of the Class 4A playoff. The Chiefs didn’t stop rolling after they got off the team bus. The No. 3-seeded Chiefs (7-3) rolled up nearly 400 yards in total offense and cruised past the No. 3-seeded Thoroughbreds 52-21 to advance to the second round of the Class 4A... 

Chiefs dethrone Seahawks as Lower State champions

The North Myrtle Beach High volleyball team had this date circled on its calendar for a year – almost to the day. The reward turned out to be well worth the wait. After falling to rival Myrtle Beach in last year’s Class 4A Lower State championship match, the Lady Chiefs vowed to avoid another near-miss in the 2018 campaign. They did so in convincing fashion Tuesday in front of a supportive... 

Chiefs shut out Bulldogs, capture third playoff seed

The North Myrtle Beach High football team had to have a big defensive effort Thursday night to earn the No. 3 seed in the Class 4A playoffs. The Chiefs (6-3 overall, 2-3 Region 6-4A) got more than they needed. Facing a must-win scenario that required the defense to allow fewer than 20 points, the Chiefs posted a shutout of the Bulldogs and got a pair of late touchdowns by running back Devon Montgomery... 

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... 

Volleyball: NMB stays hot; CF, MB reach third round

The North Myrtle Beach High volleyball team is making some serious noise in the Class 4A playoffs, and the Lady Chiefs hope to keep riding the wave all the way to a state championship. The Lady Chiefs (21-5) swept visiting Beaufort 3-0 in Tuesday night’s second-round contest at their raucous home gym. As long as they keep winning, they don’t have to board a bus until the Nov. 9 state... 

Tennis: MB, NMB close out home courts with big wins

The Myrtle Beach High girls tennis team swept its way through the first round of the Class 4A state tournament on Wednesday, scoring a 6-0 victory over visiting Lower Richland on Senior Night. The Lady Seahawks won all six matches in straight sets, including No. 1 singles Carrington Callihan, No. 2 Sarah Woodard, No. 3 Cassidy Friend, No. 4 Carly Starnes and No. 5 Caroline Stokes. In No. 2 doubles,... 
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