Conwayite Warren Sessions doesn’t mind having to make the tough calls.
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 …
Aynor third baseman Walt Richardson followed Coastal Carolina University and hometown hero G.K. Young’s quest for the 2016 College World Series championship very closely.
Loris lost a very familiar face to sports this year and the annual Loris High School Alumni Baseball game will be in memory of none other than Lacy Hardee.
Carolina Forest’s Little League team cannot compete in this weekend’s state championship because league officials disqualified the team for playing with an ineligible athlete.
Horry Post 111 finished second in the league standings behind defending American Legion state champion Florence, and one of the key reasons is the performance of three players who were competing at Aynor High School just a couple of months ago.
Caleb Lindaberry will play a key role on the mound and at the plate as the Horry American Legion Post 111 baseball team battles for the state playoffs in 2017.
With the summer high school baseball league getting under way, Loris took on South Columbus Tuesday evening with two five inning games.
Defending state champion Aynor came up just short of earning a return trip to the state finals, falling to Bishop England by a 2-1 score in 14 innings in the Lower State finals this past week in Charleston.
Conway senior Brett Young will end his high school baseball career in all-star competition just like older brother G.K., who led Coastal Carolina University to the College World Series title. G.K. currently plays for the San Diego Padres’ Class A Midwest League team in Fort Wayne, Ind.
Conway senior Brett Young will end his high school baseball career in all-star competition just like older brother G.K., who led Coastal Carolina University to the College World Series Title. G.K. currently plays for the San Diego Padres’ Class A Midwest League team in Fort Wayne, Indiana.
Loris Lions varsity baseball traveled to Bishop England on Tuesday of this past week for the first rounds of the playoff. Loris fell behind early. Bishop England took a 2-0 lead at the bottom of the first inning and by the time they got to the bottom of the fourth the score was 6-0. Loris di…
Carolina Forest had a rough start to the Mingo Bay Classic last week, but they wrapped it up by winning their bracket and defeating state champion Aynor High School 10-4.
Former recreation director Billy Gardner was honored for almost three decades of service to his community during a special ceremony Tuesday at the Conway Recreation Department.
When he was growing up, Todd McClellan spent countless hours playing baseball with his grandfather Alex Todd, who is also his number one fan.
Loris came back to their home field on Tuesday to take on the Aynor Blue Jackets. After a win against the Waccamaw Warriors they were hoping the Loris varsity baseball was ready for the Blue Jackets.