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What was once a leisurely pick-up game on the beach has become one of the fastest growing sports worldwide, and the Myrtle Beach area is in perfect position to become a prime time player.

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White vinegar and water in a PVC pipe with a capped end is a perfectly good washing machine, and is one of the few things Justin Barney took on his cross-country bicycle trek.

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Eight former big leaguers — and about 60 aspiring ones — gathered at The Ripken Experience complex on Saturday for the Major League Baseball Players Alumni Association’s Legends for Youth Clinic.

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Nearly 100 local athletes put themselves in a real pickle at Pepper Geddings Recreation Center for the third annual Rena Grant Pickleball with a Purpose Tournament.

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Chris Tibbits stood in the middle of a nine-person interview committee, facing a white board that included a hypothetical play. The game - in this situation, a chance at a Class 5A job - was on the line.

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• 290 games – D. K. Smith 299, Tom Pennington 290

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Sports can be both heartwarming and heartbreaking. The full range of emotions hit home within a 48-hour period for two Myrtle Beach High boys' teams last week.

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The little sign at Jenna Miller’s desk says, “Life is simple – Just add water.” And for the science teacher, swimming champion and swimming coach who says water brings her serenity, even that sign holds a level of calm.