De’Angelo Henderson never went to a youth football camp.Growing up, the Summerville native’s family couldn’t afford that type of training. That’s why the New York Jets running back committed to hosting a free camp at Brooks Stadium last weekend. Nearly 30 kids showed up on Saturday morning t…
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.
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.
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.
New Myrtle Beach High volleyball coach Alyssa Hunter knows she is taking a big step up from the smallest school in Horry County to a Class 4A state power, but she says she is ready to take the leap.
Conwayite Delan Stevens remembers when Conway High School had girls and boys’ state champion tennis teams, and he hopes the rebuilding of the Riverfront Tennis Center will bring back those glory days.
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.
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.
The grandson of a Conway city councilman is in Austin, Texas, this week preparing to compete in the NCAA Track and Field Championship.
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.
Luke Doty’s Myrtle Beach legacy already includes some gaudy numbers, a state championship and a commitment to play at the University of South Carolina.
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.
North Myrtle Beach baseball players sprawled out on the concrete of a weigh station, trying to make a bad situation somewhat better.
The NCAA Myrtle Beach Regional will be played at TPC Myrtle Beach Monday through Wednesday as part of the Division I Men’s Golf Championship.
Jason Cox has been bouncing back and forth between his school’s baseball and softball teams since April 25, watching the downright ridiculous take shape over and over.
With 15 minutes to play, Josh Mackie finally got his opportunity. He broke free crossing the box, pivoted around to face the goal and took his shot.
The closest thing to a blemish South Aiken had on its resume this year prior to this week was a tie against Myrtle Beach in the first game of the season.
For all of the dominant results, all the blowouts and a boatload of shutouts, the Myrtle Beach girls soccer team had yet to prove one thing to its coach so far this spring.
It took a little longer than St. James fans may have hoped, but Monday night worked about as well as possible for the Sharks baseball team.