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North Myrtle Beach Sports

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Post holds annual

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golf tournament

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Post 10804 Golf Tournament Chairman Allen Rundall, fourth from left, stands with veterans who served in the U.S. military after 9-11-01. They are Don Collins, Post 10804 Commander, Greeg and Steven Lee (father and son), Alissa Rorer, Al Stahl and David Martin.

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Veterans of Foreign Wars Post 10804 of North Myrtle Beach held its annual golf tournament at Crown Park Golf Course on Saturday, Sept. 10. The outing is a designed to allow veterans and other participants the opportunity to contribute to a fundraiser that will provide help to needy veterans in the Horry County area and to assist other notable charity activities in the county. The sold-out event was played by an enthusiastic gathering of four person teams of men and women.
After the tournament, players were treated to a lunch provided by post members at the Post 10804 building.
Tournament chairman Allen Rundall and assistant Dan Farley, along with all the members of Post 10804, want to thank Crown Park and the many businesses and individuals who contributed food, beverages, prizes and gifts for golf participants. Rundall stated that this year’s event had the highest number ever of hole sponsors and donors.
Prior to the start of golfing, Mr. Farley initiated a special tribute to attending golfers who now serve, or who have served in the military after 9-11-01. It was VFW Post 10804’s way of saying thank you to those in attendance who committed to America’s war on terror.

 

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Chiefs win over rival Socastee 45-3 victory

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The North Myrtle Beach High School varsity football team snapped a nine-year losing streak to intra-county rival Socastee on Friday night by blowing out the Braves 45-3 in their own backyard to remain undefeated on the season.
The No. 7 ranked Chiefs (5-0) got a strong effort from their defense, holding Socastee to only 117 total yards in the game while rolling up more than triple (355 yards) on the other side of the ball. Ronnie Bass threw for two touchdowns and ran for another to lead a strong offensive display for the Chiefs.
North Myrtle Beach also got a strong showing from its special teams as Andrew Smith booted a 47-yard field goal and nice returns set the table for Bass and his backfield. He hit Reece Finch for a 21-yard TD and Kered Class scored on a 2-yard run for a 17-0 halftime lead. The Braves managed only 29 total yards in the first half.
Following an opening field goal by Socastee’s Fernando Velez to spoil the shutout, Finch took the ensuing kickoff 89 yards to the house to swing the momentum back to the Chiefs. Bass completed a 22-yard TD pass to Tyler Gore and later ran in for a 4-yard score to build a 38-3 advantage. T.J. Gore sealed the deal with a long touchdown run for the Chiefs.
North Myrtle Beach returns to action Friday night at Camden. If you can’t make it to the game, you can catch all of the action live on WRNN 99.5 FM and online with streaming audio/video provided by Sandhills Bank at NMBChiefs.com.

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