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Dominant week for Chiefs as they prepare for big battle with Knights

Last week, Chiefs head coach Brian Smith witnessed the culmination of a lot of hard work over the course of the season, as he saw his team control, dominate and create at will in blowout region wins against South Florence and Wilson.

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Monday After the Masters returns to Barefoot without spectators after two-year absence

After a two-year absence due to the pandemic, the Hootie & the Blowfish Monday After the Masters Celebrity Pro-Am will be returning to Barefoot Resort in North Myrtle Beach this month, although there is a major tweak from previous tournaments.

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Chiefs bounce back from emotional loss to rival Seahawks with dominant win at Hartsville

A big rivalry game last week against Myrtle Beach gave the North Myrtle Beach Chiefs boys soccer team plenty of lessons to learn, as they controlled the proceedings but failed to convert a few chances and saw the tide turn against them.

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Local pickleballers look to further grow rapidly-emerging sport, thriving community in city

For Scott Inman and his fellow North Myrtle Beach Pickleballers, the quickly-emerging sport they have grown to love is something they want to share with as many people as possible.

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River Hills to briefly close course soon as part of extensive renovations

The course, a longtime locals’ favorite, will close on June 20, before expecting to re-open the following day, as they can continue to make additional major improvements to the club that has already seen a recently remodeled clubhouse and restaurant.

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Chiefs celebrate senior night, ‘fired up’ for big rivalry game with Myrtle Beach

After a dominant start to the season for the North Myrtle Beach Chiefs boys soccer team, highlighted by a run of comprehensive victories to open region play, a bit of a reality check was always to be expected with a couple of tricky games on the schedule last week.

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Hank Hester Sports Complex gets new scoreboard and track, synthetic turf field to follow in 2023

The North Myrtle Beach High sports complex recently received a makeover and an upgrade, courtesy of the county school board and local parents and supporters of the athletic program who wanted to see it continue the steady progress and positive momentum achieved in recent years.

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Chiefs basketball teams compete in area holiday tournaments

By Ruben Lowman The North Myrtle Beach Chiefs boys basketball team hosted the six-team Shootout By The Sea tournament this week in the gymnasium of NMB High School.  In the opening game of the tournament for the Chiefs they lost by a score of 58-42 to the Myrtle Beach Christian Academy Saints.  The game saw the action going back and forth throughout the first half, with the Chiefs taking a slim 14-11 lead after the first quarter. Senior guard KJ Stanley scored all six of his points during the period, with sophomore TJ Stanley and senior Kris Webb each chipping …

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Chiefs win Lower State Championship against rivals Myrtle Beach

By John Smithson The #2 North Myrtle Beach Chiefs football team won the Lower State championship last Friday by beating rival Myrtle Beach 37-10 at the Hank Hester Sports Complex. The Chiefs remained undefeated with their ninth win and set up a championship game at Benedict College Saturday at 7:30 pm against upper state winner and top-ranked A.C. Flora. The Chiefs won their first-ever lower state championship and now have their first shot at a AAAA state title. All of this has happened in a year with a shortened season due to the Coronavirus pandemic, which somehow has not affected …

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