For a little over two hours Wednesday, the South Carolina High School League’s appellate panel listened to arguments over the two plans for re-starting sports.
Several athletic administrators around Horry County listened to the South Carolina High School League virtual meeting Wednesday morning and started to hear some familiar tenetsIt was purely coincidental.SCHSL Commissioner Jerome Singleton said the potential sports reopening plan adopted by t…
As the sports world came to a screeching halt in March due to the novel coronavirus pandemic, many people wondered when sports would return in 2020, if at all?
Summer football conditioning at Aynor High School has been postponed for at least one day, if not longer, due to a possible COVID-19 exposure.
J.J. Jones wanted to prove to his Myrtle Beach teammates that Seahawk football — and not his high-profile recruiting process — was priority No. 1 in 2020.
For the past four years, Coastal Carolina guard DJ Williams has been tearing up the hardwood. Now, the 2019-2020 Sun Belt Player of the Year hopes to continue that dominance at the professional level.
Fans flocked the stands Friday night for barrel racing, bull riding and more events as teens competed in this year’s high School rodeo event in Horry County.
The S.C. High School League is waiting at least a few more days before deciding whether to postpone, delay or outright cancel its spring athletics calendar in reaction to the novel coronavirus (COVID-19).
This year's Monday After the Masters celebrity pro-am golf tournament and corresponding benefit concert have been canceled out of an abundance of caution due to public health concerns regarding the coronavirus, according to a news release.
COLUMBIA | The state runner-up trophy cradled under his left arm, Craig Martin was left explaining away the night that could have been.
Not all that long ago, someone asked Scott Earley if he ever regretted leaving his Myrtle Beach football job for greener pastures.
At about 7:40 p.m. Tuesday night, Horry County’s six-year wait to send a team back to the lower state boys basketball finals ended when Conway beat Goose Creek.
With a little under three minutes to play Saturday night, Tonka Hemingway was starting to get a bit more demonstrative with the officials.
Carolina Forest High School’s baseball and softball teams will host a scrimmage fundraiser this weekend to benefit the Pediatric Brain Tumor Foundation’s Vs. Cancer program.
North Myrtle Beach wrestlers pinned their Beaufort opponents in their first two matches Monday night, racking up 12 points to Beaufort’s goose egg.