Xavier Kinlaw scored four touchdowns and called the game-clinching play in the final five minutes as Conway rallied for a 35-28 victory over South Florence Friday night to earn a berth in the state playoffs.
FLORENCE, S.C. – West Florence coach Jody Jenerette was at his wits’ end, trying to process his team’s sluggish first half against Socastee in the Knights’ first on-campus game.
On paper, Friday night’s contest between the 5-1 North Myrtle Beach Chiefs and the 0-7 Darlington Falcons should not have been close. But the Falcons proved why the games are played on the field and not on paper, knocking off the regional foe Chiefs 10-9.
“Don’t let them score,” a Carolina Forest defender uttered to his teammates late in the first half, his squad having established a large lead over St. James.
On the first Friday night of the season that could be considered fall football weather, Myrtle Beach's high-flying passing attack came out a bit cold against visiting Marlboro County.
The Loris Lions had the chance to march down the field in the final two minutes to beat Cheraw. Instead, Gage Conner saw his pass intercepted and Loris fell 24-21 at home Friday night.
MYHORRYNEWS.COM GAME OF THE WEEKDillon (6-0, 2-0) at Aynor (6-0, 2-0)Time | 7:30 p.m. Broadcast | NoneLast meeting | Dillon 48, Aynor 0 (2018)About the game | In the last 14 games against Dillon, Aynor has looked like the warm butter to the Wildcats’ knife. The Blue Jackets lost all of those…
Long before Carolina Forest’s volleyball team clinched another region championship, co-captain Ellie Atkins felt the team wasn’t, well, in the right gear.
When Carolina Forest appeared in the Class 5A football rankings a few weeks back, it was believed to be the first time the school had ever appeared in the state polls. And certainly, it was the Panthers’ first time as a member of the state’s largest classification in 2008.
When Aynor put on the after burners and ran away from Marion last Friday, it was a full display of the Blue Jackets’ offensive capabilities.
The Georgia State Panthers used three 100-yard rushers, including their quarterback, to guide them to a 31-21 victory over the Coastal Carolina Chanticleers Saturday night in front of a record crowd at Brooks Stadium.
Zayshaun Rice faked a pop pass to a receiver streaking across the back field, snagged it back into his control, and then calmly connected on another first-down pass.
Myrtle Beach High's high-flying offense piled up some big statistics in Friday's 67-0 homecoming victory over Darlington, but the Seahawks' most impressive numbers were negative ones.
For the second time in less than a week, the St. James Sharks ventured to Florence to take on a region opponent and for the second time the Sharks came out on the losing end, falling to the West Florence Knights 42-14.
Carolina Forest, Aynor and Green Sea Floyds all moved up one spot in their respective state football class polls, which were released Tuesday.
Before Bryan Edwards was breaking records at South Carolina. Before he was becoming one of the most prolific wide receivers in South Carolina history, Edwards was playing under the lights on Friday nights at Conway High School.
The St. James Sharks could never get on track against the South Florence Bruins Friday, falling 35-7. Friday’s contest was the first region game for both teams.
Conway returned to its roots Friday night and used a punishing ground attack to trip defending region champion West Florence by a 41-38 score at E. Craig Wall Jr. Memorial Stadium.
If you showed up a few minutes late for Friday's Socastee-Carolina Forest matchup — as many did in the standing-room-only homecoming crowd — you missed the story of the game.
Here's the backstory on this week's matchups: MYHORRYNEWS.COM GAME OF THE WEEKHartsville (3-2) at Myrtle Beach (4-0)Time | 7:05 p.m.Broadcast | WWMB-CW21; WYNA-FM, 104.9Last meeting | Myrtle Beach 52, Hartsville 31 (2018)About the game | In the last nine games, Myrtle Beach has shown every b…
The defending Class 4A state champion North Myrtle Beach volleyball team prefers finishing first, but a recent string of runner-up finishes has the Chiefs excited about a state title repeat.
For the majority of Horry County teams, the non-region games are in the rearview.We had game cancellations and postponements, but still got a good body of work from each area football squad. We’ve had some surprises, others who have met expectations and a few who have hit some unexpected bum…
A strong showing against Appalachian State wasn’t enough to overpower the Mountaineers as Coastal Carolina fell 56-37 on the road Saturday, according to a CCU news release.
The Coastal Carolina women’s soccer team did not have the best start to the 2019 season, losing their first four games and being outscored 13-1.
How do you know when you have a pretty good football team? When you beat your biggest rival by 32 points and one of the first words out of your mouth to describe your team's performance is "sloppy."