On Monday of this past week, Green Sea Floyds Trojans traveled to Hannah Pamplico. Despite a five run deficit in the second inning, Green Sea Floyds almost came all the way back, eventually falling 14-13 to Hannah Pamlico.
Green Sea Floyds Lady Trojans were on the road all week. On Thursday of this past week, they traveled to Mullins to take on the Auctioneers. Both pitchers had their hands full in a high scoring affair where Green Sea Floyds bested Mullins, 21-8.
Loris Lions varsity baseball played on their own turf Tuesday of this past week against the Georgetown Bulldogs. The Lions gave up seven runs as they watched the game slip away and took a 7-1 loss.
Green Sea Floyds Lady Trojans traveled to Lake View Friday evening to take on the Gators. The Gators scored first in the game and the Trojans just could not get ahead. Lake View pulled out the win 4-3.
The Lady Lions traveled to Waccamaw Tuesday of this past week to take on the Lady Warriors. The Lady Lions watched the game slip away early and couldn’t find a way to recover. The Lady Warriors took the win 10-3.
The Conway Dixie Angels didn’t win the district championship, but coaches are proud of the team for advancing further than any previous recreation league fast-pitch softball team in city history.
Aynor lost in the Lower State AAA State Softball Tournament for the second consecutive year, but the Blue Jackets will likely be back in 2018 to make another run at the state championship.
On Monday if this past week, Green Sea Floyds Lady Trojans faced Lake View Gators for the third time this year. This game would they were vying for the Lower State Championship. The Trojans faced Lake View in March where they came out with a win from a walk off collected by Carolina Davis fo…
The best softball season in Conway High School history got a little better this past week as the Tigers swept a doubleheader at Fort Dorchester to win the District VII championship and advance to lower state competition.
After being on the road for round one and round two of the playoffs, the Green Sea Floyds Lady Trojans were home for the championship game Wednesday afternoon of this past week for the District V Championship game against Scott’s Branch.
With one last game on the schedule for Monday, April 23, the Lady Lions Softball traveled to Lake City for their last game of the season. Loris lost against Lake City 8-7 on Monday evening. They missed going to the playoffs.
Lady Lions put up big numbers in a region matchup. After region wins over Carvers Bay and Waccamaw, the Lady Lions had their hands full against Lake City Tuesday afternoon this past week. With the Panthers taking the lead early in the game, 5-0, the Lions battled back in the fifth and tied t…
Chelsea Mitchell has a couple of state championships and World Series appearances with the Pee Dee Dixie Debs (18-and-under) Fast Pitch Softball All-Stars.
Green Sea Floyds Trojans varsity softball fell behind early and couldn’t come back in a 17-8 loss to Hannah Pamplico on Tuesday of this past week. Hannah Pamplico scored on a single by multiple players early in the second inning scoring nine runs. The score was 11-2 at the bottom of the second.
Loris Lions varsity softball had two games this past week. They played Dillon on Tuesday and lost 11-1. Maddie Gore pitched and took the loss for this game. Maddie Cox and Hannah Josephs both went 2-3 at the plate against Dillon.
On Tuesday this past week, the Lady Trojans took on two five-inning games against Hemingway at home. With both games being suspended early, the Lady Trojans won the first game 20-1 and the second 17-1. Caroline Davis took the win for the first while Graham pitched the second game for the win.
Lady Lions took on Carvers Bay at home on Monday night this past week. With Carvers Bay taking the lead early in the first inning, they took the lead with four runs. Lady Lions came up to bat and Callie Cox, a senior at Loris High School, was the first batter. With the first pitch, Cox hit a…
The Lady Sharks have their backs against the wall as they lost their first softball game in the playoffs to Darlington last Friday. They are now in the loser’s bracket and one more loss will end their season.
In what has been a roller coaster season for the St. James Lady Sharks, they are peaking at just the right time. Starting out on a roll and then coming down fast the Lady Sharks softball team may have come together at the right time to go far in the playoffs. Last year after going to the pla…
When we last reported on the Lady Trojans softball team, they had opened their season versus three AA teams coming away with a 1-2 record.
The Green Sea-Floyds Lady Trojans surrendered an early lead to fall 10-4 to Carvers Bay Tuesday, March 15 at Carvers Bay, despite Paige McDaniels’ three hits on the day.
With the 2016 Loris Parks and Recreation Department [LPRD] spring sports season only a few swings away on April 4, more than 100 kids got to hone their skills at a free baseball/softball camp on Saturday, March 19.
When the Lady Lions softball team kicked off their regular season play, solid offense and come from behind victories were the norm. The young team, who went 3-2 in the pre-season, scored a total of 30 runs in two games in comeback wins over the Lady Seahawks and the Lady Trojans of Green Sea…
Sara Sweatt sure has learned a lot in her nearly three years at Southern Wesleyan University. That may seem like a stretch considering the achievements of the former Carolina Forest standout.
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.