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‘We left it all on the field’ – Chiefs stung by Yellow Jackets in North Augusta to end run in 4A playoffs

After an impressive opening home victory against Beaufort in Little River, the North Myrtle Beach Chiefs fell in the boys soccer 4A playoffs to a deep and talented North Augusta squad that is one of the top programs in the state.

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Chiefs aim to end regular season on high against Warriors, Falcons

By Ruben Lowman Playing the Myrtle Beach Seahawks at Doug Shaw Memorial Stadium is never easy.  For the North Myrtle Beach Chiefs boys soccer team, it has been a daunting task over the past decade, as playing their biggest rival has been rather one-sided. The Seahawks have dominated region play no matter what class or region they are in, and despite this season being a slight down year for the program, they are still one of the best teams in the state.  Coming into their primetime matchup with the Seahawks last Tuesday night, the Chiefs were sporting a 10-4 record …

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Chiefs band of brothers hope family connection can propel them in last hurrah against rival Seahawks

For the families of Foster, Jackson Adler, Seth Chapman, Albert Arguijo, Gavin Cartwright, Jay Langeneck, Ty Wulder, Luca Testa, Braydon Baeli, Kyle Nicholl and Ben Lewis, many of whom make it to every North Myrtle Beach game home and away, the journey leading to this moment has been special.

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Captain Foster, Nicholl the heroes as Chiefs vanquish visiting Knights in epic victory

The dramatic scene was set for a primetime matchup between the top two boys soccer teams in Region VI-4A even before they took the field in Little River last Thursday night, as a thunderstorm warning and lightning strikes had many wondering if the game would even take place.

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Cartwheel Bay Heritage Preserve near Green Sea adds vital acres for conservation, recreation

The preserve, a popular local spot for recreational activities located just outside of Green Sea, recently added over 400 acres that will provide vital benefits to both the habitat and to public access for outdoor enthusiasts.

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