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Chiefs end football season on road in second round

The North Myrtle Beach Chiefs varsity football season ended this past Thursday night on the road in the second round of the state 4-A playoffs to Myrtle Beach by a final score of 35-27. The Chiefs (6-5) led through most of the second, third and fourth quarters, but a late surge by the Seahawks put them ahead by one late, and then finished the Chiefs in the closing minutes. Playing on a cold, windy and rainy night at Doug Shaw Memorial Stadium, the Seahawks (11-0) opened the scoring with a 66 yard drive to make it 7-0, two and a …

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Tips for winterizing your boat from angler Clouse

Bassmaster Elite Series pro Gary Clouse is not only a prolific tournament angler, he is also the president and founder of Phoenix Boats. His decades of expertise have given Clouse important insight into proper care and maintenance of a boat. “Most anglers know the motor deserves special winterizing attention. Your boat dealer or manufacturer can advise you how to do that,” said Clouse. “However, the boat needs attention, too, regardless of whether you are storing it inside or letting it sit outside.” Clouse offers his recommendations for properly winterizing a boat, from draining livewells to guarding against squirrels and other …

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Golf tournament to benefit animals

The 2019 SHIVER FOR THE SHELTER Golf Tournament, presented by Slimbo Events and PrintGraphix, will be held on Saturday, Dec. 7, at Arcadian Shores Golf Club in Myrtle Beach. The purpose of the tournament is to benefit the animals housed at The Humane Society of North Myrtle Beach. The spirit of this event is intended to supplement the food supply of the shelter and the fellowship and camaraderie strongly outweigh the competitive nature of the tournament. The entry fee is 100 pounds of cat litter, puppy food or kitten food (in any combination equaling 100 pounds) per player and a …

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GSF advances to round three of play offs

Green Sea Floyds Trojans play-off conference game for the third round match-up against C.E. Murray High School War Eagles is Friday, Nov. 22, with a kick-off time of 7:30 p.m. at GSF Luther Enzor Field. Last week the GSF Trojans hosted St. John’s Islanders of Charleston on Friday, Nov. 15, with a winning score of 65-0 knocking the Islanders out of the play off games. Trojans football coach Donnie Kiefer says the team is prepared for the game this week.  He stated that through the rain and the muddy field the Trojans made it to another round in the play …

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Boys, girls cross country teams finish in All-County meet

The North Myrtle Beach High School boys and girls varsity cross country teams finished in fourth place at last week’s county championship at the North Myrtle Beach Park and Sports Complex. The Chiefs teams ran against seven other teams in the girls competition and nine teams in the boys race. All races were 5K distances. The teams were made up of seven runners per team and race time for each runner was averaged to get team results. While the Lady Chiefs finished fourth overall, they had two finishers in the top seven, Isabella Spickler with a time of 21:00.28 for …

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Chiefs varsity football falls on the road to No. 9 Hartsville

The North Myrtle Beach Chiefs varsity football program fell on the road this past Friday night to region foe Hartsville by a final score of 24-8. The Chiefs saw senior quarterback Ramsey Lewis return to his starting role after an early season injury, but weren’t able to capitalize on the opportunity, picking up just 133 total yards on offense. North Myrtle Beach opened the game with a first down on their second play of the game, but failed to move the chains any further through their next four drives. Down 14-0 near the end of the first half, the Chiefs …

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NMB girls golf team wins region 6AAAA championship

The North Myrtle Beach High School girls golf team won the 6AAAA region golf championship last week with a one stroke victory over Myrtle Beach. The Chiefs scored 388 to nudge out Myrtle Beach with a 389. Hartsville was third with 429 and Darlington took fourth with 495. The Lady Chiefs were led by sophomore Cara Hilburn with a round of 82. Seventh grade sister Sydney Hilburn shot a 99, junior Savannah Jordan shot 100 and Kalynn Basehoar had a 107. Myrtle Beach was led by their top scorer Taylor Pirttima with a 91, followed by Sophia Livigni’s 97. Yana …

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The Little Lions take on Aynor Blue Jackets

The Loris Recreation football season began on Saturday, Sept. 28, at 10:15 a.m. with the Little Lions roaring onto the field to take on the Aynor Blue Jackets.  The Little Lions cheerleaders are on the sidelines with pom poms in hand, sporting their uniforms and cheering for the team as the crowd gathered to watch the game. The recreation teams began with the Little Lions, 7-8 year olds, taking the field and the cheerleaders primary concern was to roar up the crowd at the 10:15 a.m. game.  When the field was cleared at 11:30 a.m. the 9-12 year olds football …

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Panthers defeat Lions

The Loris Varsity Football welcomed the Carolina Forest Panthers to Loris this past Friday night. The 10th ranked Panthers were more than the Lions could handle. Photos by School Bell Studio:  Brad France-Kelly Loris quarterback Gage Connor (#12) hands the football off to running back Quan Soles (#30) who runs off the right side of the line for a nice gain. Panthers built up a 21-0 score in the first quarter and held on to win the non-conference game by a final score of 49-6. The Loris Lions will host the Lake City Panthers this Friday night in an important …

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Swimmers compete in six team meet

The North Myrtle Beach High School boys and girls swim teams joined five other teams competing last Friday at the NMB Aquatic and Fitness Center. The Chiefs squads joined teams from Carolina Forest, St. James, Socastee, Waccamaw and Conway in many individual and relay events. The NMB girls finished second and the boys hung on to finish in third place. Head coach Kristen Henley and assistant Joel Schmaltz were pleased with the Chiefs performance. “The team earned one more automatic state cut (based on swim time in competition), one more consideration cut and we had 21 in-season best times. Coach …

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