ORLANDO, FLORIDA | Coastal Carolina's perfect season came to an end late Saturday in a gut-wrenching 37-34 overtime loss to Liberty in the FBC Mortgage Cure Bowl.
The Sun Belt Conference Championship game at Brooks Stadium was abruptly canceled Thursday night after a member of Coastal Carolina's football program tested positive for COVID-19, according to a news release from the conference.
Not only did a 37-year-old Conway man speed to the finish line first in this year’s Under the Lights 5K, he did it pushing a child in a stroller, according to Conway Parks and Recreation assistant director/aquatics, fitness, programs & marketing June Wood.
As high school athletes across the country signed their national letters of intent Wednesday, Coastal Carolina University inked its own big deal — head coach Jamey Chadwell's contract extension.
While Horry County Schools may or may not be debating a district-wide sports stoppage, the 21 athletic trainers across the nine high schools have made their voices heard.
Adam Randall and his older brother, Austin, used to create players of their own likenesses in NCAA ’14 on their Xbox, attaching themselves to various college teams.
It took Carolina Forest football coach Marc Morris a lot less time than most everyone else to recognize Kyle Watkins’ potential.
COLUMBIA | Even before the final horn sounded on North Myrtle Beach’s Class 4A state championship loss to A.C. Flora, reality was starting to set in for the Chiefs.
Wayne White graduated from North Myrtle Beach in 1987 and has been the color commentator for its football team’s radio broadcast for the last 14 seasons.
The North Myrtle Beach Chiefs made history Friday night, advancing to their first state title game with a dominating 37-10 win over rival Myrtle Beach.
Mickey Wilson is preparing for his seventh lower state championship appearance in 12 seasons as Myrtle Beach head coach.
Bryce Lybrand took some flack when he added a non-region game against Carolina Forest late in the regular season.
Coming off a big region win last week over rival Myrtle Beach, North Myrtle Beach carried that head of steam into the first round of the Class 4A playoffs, knocking off James Island 41-12 Friday night.
The slugfest, hard-fought down to the last few seconds of the game Friday night between the St. James Sharks and Waccamaw Warriors, didn’t have anything to do with conference standings or the playoffs.
GOOSE CREEK | Carolina Forest survived a late push from Goose Creek Friday night to earn a 35-28 victory and advance to the second round of the Class 5A playoffs.
AIKEN | After an ugly first half that looked nothing like playoff football between two teams who didn’t look like they wanted to be there, the opening moments of the third quarter didn’t start much different.