CAYCE | John Ed Cahill queued up an old voicemail from his grandfather.
Tatiana Harrelson’s path into tennis was a predictable one, but the level of success she has achieved in the sport is the product of her own hard work and dedication.
Loris High School Lady’s Tennis team hosted the second round of the 3A playoffs recently against the Georgetown Lady Bulldogs. It seemed not to go Loris’ way during this match. Loris lost all single matches and doubles to end their year.
The Loris Lions girls’ tennis matched up with Aynor in Loris this past Thursday. It has been a rough start for Loris girls’ tennis team with having a new coach this year and then Horry County Schools being out for three weeks.
Green Sea Floyds Girls Tennis traveled to North Myrtle Beach on Tuesday evening of this past week. Green Sea Floyds Trojans fell to North Myrtle Beach by a score of 3-4. Green Sea Floyds still holds a record of 11-3 overall and 8-2 in region play, where they are in second place.
Green Sea Floyds Lady Trojans Tennis Team had two home matches this week. The first being against Loris on Tuesday and East Clarendon on Thursday. Green Sea Floyds took the win in both match ups.
Green Sea Floyds Trojans Lady Tennis team had a great week this past week. They defeated East Clarendon, Johnsonville, and Mullins. Tuesday was a very important match for them again Johnsonville. It placed them in the region. With the win against Johnsonville, Green Sea Floyds Lady Trojans t…
After Green Sea Floyds came off of a win last week and a rain out, they split their games this week. On Tuesday, they traveled to Marion to play against the Lady Swamp Foxes where they lost 6-1, while on Thursday they traveled to Hannah Pamplico and brought home a win.
On Tuesday of this past week, Green Sea Floyds Lady Trojan Tennis team traveled to Mullins for their match. Single winners for the match were Tamara Jackson, 6-0, 6-0 over Allysia Davis; Chance Caulder, 6-0, 6-0 over Alexia Vereen; Emmy Kienast 6-0, 6-0 over Erica Clark; Carlyse Major, 6-0, …
Green Sea Floyds Lady Trojan Tennis was host to Hannah Pamplico on Tuesday of this past week. Green Sea Floyds walked away with four out of five wins in the single matches. Single results were: Tamara Jackson (GSF) over Lauren Hyman (HP) 6-3, 6-0; Chance Caulder (GSF) over Mary Grace Hines (…
The Conway High School tennis team posted victories over North Myrtle Beach and South Florence in action this past week. Members of the team are, front row, left to right, Skylar Davis, Landry Harrelson, Cierra Cooper, Elena Hernandez, Maggie Gore, Claire Hamilton, Anna-Grace Young, Eliza Sa…
Socastee’s boy’s tennis team lost 5-2 to the visiting West Florence Knight’s for the Class 5A Lower State Championship Monday at Socastee High School. The Knight’s will play Saturday in Columbia against the Upper State Champions, Spartanburg, who are the defending state champions and also ra…
Spring officially starts March 20, but high school tennis couldn’t wait as the boys began their varsity season last week. Two teams with quite different expectations faced each other on the court, but, never-the-less, both teams had winning on their minds.
Hitting the road in the dual A-AA Lower State girls’ tennis playoffs is always a daunting task for a 1-A team. To remain the only 1-A making it to the semi-finals is the type of team Green Sea-Floyds Lady Trojans tennis coach Tracy Kienast was blessed to have this season.
Lady Trojans’ tennis coach Tracy Kienast began the 2016 season sharing these words about his young but talented girls’ tennis team in August: “I think we are going to be competitive. We have the tools and some athletic talent in our top six. The experience of the top four plus (Tamara) Jacks…
With a final matched played on Monday, Oct. 24 versus Johnsonville, the Lady Trojans hope to avenge an earlier season loss to the Lady Flashes, one of only two teams to defeat coach Tracy Kienast and his hard-working Lady Trojans.
The Myrtle Beach Lady Seahawks are the defending state champions and they are trying to show everyone they are still a force to be reckoned with as they toppled the St. James squad 6-0 last Thursday, Sept. 15 on their own Shark courts.
The Lady Trojans tennis team finished the week last Thursday night in a win over the Lady Lions of Loris High School, to remain unbeaten in the very young 2016 season.
For the Loris High School 2016 Lady Lions tennis team and head coach Joni Gerald the season will depend on developing a young squad early on for success in region play. But despite their youth that boasts only two seniors in Hannah Josephs and McKenna Archibald and zero juniors, Gerald is op…
The Lady Trojans tennis team openedits season at Green Sea-Floyds High School courts and came away with a big win over AAAA North Myrtle Beach High School and the Lady Chiefs, in a decisive 5-2 victory.
The 2016 Green Sea-Floyds Lady Trojan tennis team and coach Tracy Kienast have put in the work and added athletes to an already experienced squad. They are ready to serve up some wins for the Trojan faithful on the courts this season.
Three area high schools have completed their boy’s tennis seasons along with their playoff runs. Socastee was again vying for a state title as South Aiken stopped them in the third round of the 32-team event. St. James made history with their region finish and Myrtle Beach has a well-stocke…
The match score was 3-all with the deciding doubles underway and then it was … lights out … literally, and the outcome was still in the dark. Fortunately, they got the overhead tennis court lights back on and the match was completed. But not before there were some heroic fireworks on the court.
St. James’ Sharks were looking for a Region win over visiting Wilson High School and one Shark was looking for his 50th consecutive regular season win. Only the latter Shark achieved his goal.
It’s a tale of two tennis teams, where one has to win and one has to lose. But both coaches were extremely happy with what they saw on the courts. The season has just begun and you would be hard pressed trying to decide who won and who lost. Both teams performed extremely well and the player…
The Socastee Braves began their tennis season by finishing second in the 2016 Palmetto Tennis Classic High School Invitational Boys Tournament held Feb. 26-28 at the Cayce Tennis and Fitness Center in Cayce. This second annual three-day tournament had 10 of the top Region VI-AAAA teams from …
The Lady Trojan tennis team, despite its youth, with only two seniors in number two singles and number one doubles player Courtnee Faulk and Sefa Kienast who played at number three singles, finished the season 8-5 overall and tied for second place in the region with a 3-3 record.
Carolina Forest will find itself in a must-win scenario this week against West Florence with the Panthers coming off a crushing 38-3 loss to Sumter On Friday.
They had to work for it, but the Christian Academy girls’ tennis team wrapped up a perfect season Wednesday, Oct. 14, defeating Pee Dee Academy 8-1.
Carolina Forest dropped only five games in 12 sets that resulted in a sweep of the South Florence Bruins in a match held Sept. 22.
It’s been an interesting couple of weeks for coach Tracy Kienast and his Lady Trojan tennis team, as his team hosted a new and improved St. James Lady Sharks team, and a suspended match versus East Clarendon that will be resumed when the two teams meet again on Oct.1.
The Lady Lions 2015 tennis team has a new leader this year in coach Lynn Holt and new faces to the roster of eight young ladies, with only half of the eight returnees.
Tennis is often described as a “love” game, taken from the game’s term love for a zero score but Green Sea-Floyds varsity girls’ tennis Coach Tracy Kienast and his now 3-0 unbeaten 2015 team, it appears they are showing no love to opponents on the courts.
The 2015 Lady Trojans tennis team opened their season on the home courts Aug. 25 and netted a big 6-1 victory over Marion, sweeping all singles matches, faltering only in number two doubles in a tie-breaker set 6-8.
Carolina Forest is off to another good start as the Lady Panthers look to reassert themselves as the area’s chief volleyball power.
Conwayite Ethan Smith was one of seven Socastee High School athletes who signed National Letters of Intent on the first day of the Spring Signing period this past week.