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Kevin Gause has nothing but love for the children in and around the Loris area. On May 14 he began a two-week spring football camp for the children in the surrounding community. This is the second year that Gause has had a camp like this and this year he was in hopes that he would make it bi…

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Registration for baseball and softball will be Monday, Feb. 5 through Feb. 16. The office will be open Monday, Feb. 5 through Thursday, Feb. 8 from 9 a.m. – 6 p.m. Also Monday, Feb. 12 through Thursday, Feb. 15. Friday, Feb. 9 and 16, the office hours will be 9 a.m. – 5 p.m. and Saturday, Fe…

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The Loris Recreation Department would like to congratulate the 10U All Stars for their performance in the South Carolina Athletic Program Division 11 Football Tournament held in Florence at Freedom Field.

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Registration for the Loris Recreation Department was held in August. There were many kids who registered to either play soccer, football and cheerleading.

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Do you have a son between the ages of 7 and 12 who wants to play football? Well now is the chance for them to learn how to B.A.L.L. (Be A Loris Lion).

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As most may know a lot of the children play recreation baseball and softball but there are some children who come together about the second week of June and play softball with their community churches and neighborhoods. These children are special to two particular people who have been instru…

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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.

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After waiting a few years Loris Recreation Department had one of their All-star softball teams make it to the District I championship game. This game was the Dixie Softball District I Darlings Tournament. It was a double elimination tournament with 11 teams from Horry, Georgetown, and Marion…

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Three years ago, Loris Middle School formed their first archery team. This year there are six original mem- bers left on this team. These members set a goal that before they left middle school they would make it to the Nationals. That dream became a reality last week as they received the new…

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The Loris Parks and Recreation fall season officially kicked off on Sept. 20 as the 5-7 year-old soccer teams began play with the older 8-15 year-old teams meeting at mid-field on Sept. 27. All football teams, ages 7-12 took to the gridiron on Sept. 26.

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The Loris Parks and Recreation Department has officially kicked off practices for soccer, football and cheerleading squads for the 2016 season.

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The second annual future Lions Be a Loris Lion (B.A.L.L.) free football camp will huddle up on Saturday morning, Aug. 6 at the Loris High School practice field behind the school.

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Conway High School is not selling advertisements for sports calendars, spirit items or promotional materials at this time. Anyone who is representing Conway High School should have proof that they are with the school or the athletic department. If you are contacted by anyone claiming to repr…

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The Aynor Dixie Darlings (8-and-under) made quick work of their competition on the district level to earn a berth in the state tournament beginning July 8 in Hartsville.

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The Xtra Inch, in partnership with Select Health of South Carolina’s First Choice Medicaid health plan, will present the First Choice Fit Marcus Lattimore youth football camp Aug. 13 from 8 a.m.-5 p.m. at Carolina Forest High School. The camp is for boys and girls ages 5-17. There will also …

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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.

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The 2015 South Carolina Swimming State Championships were hosted July 23-26 at the University of South Carolina in Columbia. More than 600 athletes from the Palmetto State attended the four-day event. The locally-based Myrtle Beach Riptides swim team sent 10 athletes to compete.