John Cahill's role as a father keeps him busy chasing after five sons. His job as athletics director at Myrtle Beach High gives him hundreds of more student-athletes that he looks after like his own children.
Joey Yura had watched Socastee teammate Bryson Reeder give his team six-plus strong innings. Then, it was lefty Maddux Smith doing his thing for three more.
The state's top senior wrestlers hit the mat for the final time this weekend in the 30th annual S.C. North-South All-Star Wrestling Classic.
Competitors teed off on the Grand Strand during the fourth annual Dustin Johnson World Junior Golf Championship that took place Friday and Saturday in Murrells Inlet.
Twenty-five years ago, the North Myrtle Beach community came together to turn tragedy into something positive. A quarter-century later, that mission continues with the Michael Nash Memorial Soccer Tournament.
The Carolina Forest boys ended their Michael Nash Soccer Tournament with a 1-1 battle against Brookland-Cayce on Saturday, according to the school’s website.
Myrtle Beach held North Augusta 21 points below its season scoring average and played the Yellow Jackets about as well as any playoff opponent in the last three seasons. The Seahawks also held the Class 4A player of the year to just four points.
When Joey Worley studies the teams in his region, he sees a familiar sight: strong pitching, solid defense and scrappy lineups built to grind out games.
Not all that long ago, the Conway basketball team was among the first teams in the area to be eliminated from the playoffs each year, if it qualified for the postseason at all.
Socastee High School’s Kenney Solomon signed a letter of intent to play football with the University of Tennessee.He was offered a full scholarship at Tennessee, Colorado, Rutgers, Louisville and Coastal Carolina University.He said he picked the Volunteers because it is the best fit for him …
When Conway football coach Carlton Terry talks about Tonka Hemingway putting himself in position to go wherever he wants, he’s talking about the standout defensive lineman’s college options.
He is only 18 years old, but senior captain Chandler Todd is the “old man” on the Conway Christian School varsity boys’ basketball team.
With the North Myrtle Beach wrestling team’s season on the ropes, the Chiefs put South Aiken’s backs to the mat Monday to advance to the Class 4A Lower State Finals.
Chandler Todd scored a career-high 21 points to cap a memorable Senior Night and lead Conway Christian School to a 69-29 rout of visiting Calvary Christian Monday night at CCS.
A former Conway High and Clemson football player, who played a key role in designing Coastal Carolina University’s baseball stadium, was recently honored with a lifetime achievement award at Clemson.
Mike Green was in the midst of his third varsity basketball season, and the grind was getting to him.
Each day before practice, the Socastee girls basketball team is asked to look up at the banner hanging high on one of the gym walls.
The Christian Academy of Myrtle Beach basketball programs celebrated a couple of milestones last Friday, and these two senior hoops stars appear to have a lot of mileage ahead.
The national championship game didn’t turn out the way Jaylen Moody hoped, but the Conwayite is excited about having three more seasons to play for the Crimson Tide.