Myrtle Beach saw an undefeated season come to an end Friday in a 3-1 loss to North Augusta in the second round of the boys 4A soccer playoffs.
It was a day of celebration Wednesday in the Tiger Den at Conway High School as four seniors signed their national letters of intent to play collegiate sports in the fall.
The halftime speech started a bit heavy-handed, Carolina Forest girls soccer coach Will Hall even going as far as to tell one of his players she was on the brink of getting replaced in the lineup.
The game plan looked steady.Socastee and forward Zach Elsibai would do much of what they had all year, play the ball up to the talented scorer and let him do his thing. Stratford had a better plan.The Braves fell 1-0 at home in the opening round of the Class 5A boys soccer playoffs after the…
In the battle of the unbeaten, Myrtle Beach kept its perfect record intact with a 3-0 victory over rival North Myrtle Beach Tuesday night.
More than bragging rights will be on the line when Myrtle Beach and North Myrtle Beach take the pitch this week in a pair of games that will decide the Region VI-4A title.
Aynor girls soccer coach Lonnie Kaye said losing last season to the pandemic was frustrating, but he hopes to see his girls “pick up where they left off.”
High school athletes across the Grand Strand announced a new chapter Wednesday as they made their college commitments on National Signing Day.
While watching footage of Sam Snaith, Coastal Carolina coaches noticed three things that made the Welsh talent seem like a strong fit for the program.
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.
When Katie Kulick drove the ball past the West Florence keeper earlier this month, the penalty kick meant more than the junior’s first goal of the season.
When Cole Poirier slotted home his third goal against Conway Friday, he stared at his hand and emphatically counted out the night’s scores on his fingers.
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.
Blair Mueller remembers her first day on the job as the Myrtle Beach High girls soccer coach four years ago while she was trying to get a sneak preview of her young team.
Kyleigh Haldi was genuinely surprised when her coach/father showed up in her language arts classroom at Christian Academy of Myrtle Beach.
Grand Strand Sports Report and Waccamaw Publishers are teaming up to recognize the best prep athletes in Horry County. This is the first installment of out all-county teams.
The Carolina Forest girls soccer team cleaned up on the Region 6-5A postseason awards, with junior Abbie McCoy earning Player of the Year and coach Will Hall earning Coach of the Year after the Lady Panthers captured the region title.
The Christian Academy of Myrtle Beach girls soccer team suffered another close call in the SCISA state finals Saturday in Columbia to settle for its fourth consecutive runner-up trophy.
The Christian Academy of Myrtle Beach boys and girls soccer teams recorded shutout victories in the opening round of the SCISA playoffs Monday to advance to the state semifinals.
Records were meant to be broken, not ignored. Despite being on the door step of a major milestone, Myrtle Beach High senior Tristan Gordon has been about as low-key as a soccer standout can be.
The Michael B. Nash Soccer Tournament continues at the North Myrtle Beach Park and Sports Complex with the finals slated for Sunday. Teams competing are North Myrtle Beach, Socastee, St. James, Conway, Myrtle Beach girls, Christian Academy of Myrtle Beach girls, Bluffton, Airport girls, Hil…
The Conway varsity boys’ soccer team is making a bid for the state playoffs and one of the big reasons is the excellent play of senior goalkeeper Rigo Marroquin-Montoy.
Carolina Forest placed second in a home meet last Monday and followed that effort up with several first and second place finishes Thursday in a tri-meet against Conway and Georgetown.
Carolina Forest’s magical season has come to an end, but not first without turning a few heads in Class AAAA.
Carolina Forest kicked off its 2016 soccer season, facing Gilbert in the first round of the Cavalier Kick Off tournament, and found success with a 3-1 win Friday.
Two St. James students have signed their letters of intent to play soccer in college. Both students began playing the sport as kids and as their friendship grew so did the competition and rewards between them. They traveled together to Charleston to receive special training while playing in …
The 2015 Loris Parks and Recreation Department youth soccer program opened up last week on Tuesday, Sept. 22 with four of its six participating teams getting in a game before mother nature through out the red card on Sept. 24 and again washed out picture day on Sept. 26.