When Brian Alderson brought in one of his former college players to throw his team some batting practice on Monday, he knew there would be some deficiencies in the actual application between Frankie Everitte — now an equipment rep — and West Florence’s George Floyd.
In what amounted to Ethan Salak’s last start as a pitcher to make sure his team makes the playoffs, the St. James hurler had more than enough pretty to outweigh the ugly.
Curtis Hudson was casually leaning over the protective rail into the dugout, his back to one of his hitters as he talked to a couple of his assistants.
Joey Worley resigned as the head baseball coach at Carolina Forest effective immediately, the now-former Panthers coach said late Friday night.
Tim Christy wasn’t upset that his team dropped a clunker in the Mingo Bay Baseball Tournament. No, the event is a shell of its former self this week, as travel and fan restrictions meant a 19-school field instead of one approaching 100 squads.
Cam Freeman and his North Myrtle Beach teammates had just seen one of the best pitching performances of the junior’s already stellar career. Freeman struck out 10 Hartsville batters and gave up just two hits.
By the time Jordan Murphy fouled off a pitch in the top of the eighth inning Monday against St. James, Socastee coach Curtis Hudson already understood that what he had just seen wasn’t Murphy’s best.
The Blue Jackets baseball team returned to the diamond at the beginning of February after almost a full year off. Seeing the team warm up on the field and finally get practice in is something coach Chad Sarvis calls “a blessing.”
Former Conway baseball standout Reid Hardwick made a couple of stops along the way before finding everything he was looking for at Charleston Southern University.
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.
The first batter of the game not only reached base against St. James. Moments later, after a wild pitch, sacrifice bunt and fly ball, South Florence’s Korique Rainey scored.
When North Myrtle Beach hired Brian Alderson to take over its baseball program back in the early summer of 2014, the school was confident that it was bringing in a proven winner.
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.
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.
On Wednesday, Nov. 14, Loris High School’s Gage Smith and Tanner Kennedy signed letters of intent to attend college and play baseball. Smith committed to Lander and Kennedy to Erskine.
The Loris Lions varsity baseball was host to the Dillon Wildcats Monday of this past week. This was a make up game from the previous week. The Lions lost the lead in a 12-2 defeat to Dillon. The game was tied at two with Dillon batting in the top of the fifth when one of Dillon’s players dou…
Last week Loris High School baseball team was host to the well-known Mingo Bay Tournament. There were teams here from Virginia, West Virginia, Ohio and New York, just to name a few.
The Loris Lions faced the Myrtle Beach Lady Sea-hawks on their own turf Monday of this past week. Maddie Gore started the game for the Lions. She surrendered three runs on five hits over four innings, striking out four and walking zero. Jordan Guion-Brooks entered the game as relief throwing…
As his frustrated teammates plodded to the dugout after Friday’s disappointing 3-0 loss to West Florence, infielder Nolan Edwards offered a simple piece of encouragement.
In a season-opening showdown between two of the Grand Strand’s top baseball programs, St. James turned in an impressive performance in defeating Carolina Forest 6-3 at Shark Park.
Loris Lions baseball team traveled to Dillon Tuesday, Feb. 27, for what should have been the semi-finals of the Lacy Hardee Memorial Tournament. The Lions took an early lead but saw the Wildcats recapture the lead in the bottom of the second inning.
She will never see her name on a trophy and she likely won’t make the team photo, but Carolina Forest coaches and players insist Jordan Morris is one of their favorite teammates — in multiple sports.The junior never takes the field or the court, but she’s a constant presence on the bench, of…
Socastee High School had two outstanding student/athletes sign their letter of intent Wednesday, Nov. 8 to continue their education and play sports at the next level. Both students will play baseball at the college of their choice while earning their respective degrees. Their baseball coach …