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NMB Volleyball, other fall sports teams getting underway at school The North Myrtle Beach girl’s volleyball team finished second in last weekend’s preseason tournament at North Myrtle Beach, before this week’s opener. The Lady Chiefs won three of five matches in the tournament. They won over Marvin Ridge 2-1 (19-25, 25-23, 15- 13), lost to Porter Gaud 1-2 (25-18,16-25, 11-15), won 2-0 over Hoggard (25-23, 25-13), won over West Henderson 2-0 (25-21, 25-22) and lost to Wando 0-2 (15-25, 15-25). The volleyball team has a full week with a tri-match in Lexington, S.C., against Lexington and Nations Ford on Wednesday, …

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Trojans win by 51-9 score

The Green Sea Floyds High School varsity football team traveled to West Columbus High School in Cerro Gordo, N.C., to take on the Vikings this past Friday night. The Green Sea Floyd’s Trojans dominated in the away non-conference game in both offense and defense and won by a final score of 51-9. The Trojans will be back home next Friday night to take on the Hannah-Pamplico High School Raiders in a non-conference game at 7:30 p.m. Green Sea Floyd’s junior running back Jaquan Dixon (#9) can be seen running around the left side of the line for a large gain …

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NMB High School football teams and cheerleaders introduced to fans

Last Thursday evening the North Myrtle Beach High School football teams, band and cheerleaders were introduced individually to fans, parents and boosters for the first time. The band marched onto the field and played a preview of their halftime show. The varsity and junior varsity cheerleading squads performed and then the JV and varsity football teams were introduced as they walked down the stadium track. It was a unique way to introduce everyone and show how each of the groups are important to the success of the football program.

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Walker named varsity boys basketball coach at high school

Ryan Walker was recently appointed the new varsity boys basketball coach at North Myrtle Beach High School. Walker replaces Darcie Vincent who moved to Western Carolina University after one year of coaching at North Myrtle Beach. I met Walker in his new office near the gym as he settles into his new position. He stated that he grew  up in a basketball family. His father played at Wake Forest and he played at Division I and II schools before beginning a coaching career. “I started coaching right out of college, first as a graduate assistant at a Division II school …

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Soccer in a box is a creative innovation

Soccer Club Management, LLC, a North Myrtle Beach based company, is a leading provider of soccer education and training programs.  It has released a new soccer based child enrichment program for 3-5 year olds.  It is called “Soccer in the Box” for preschool and child development centers. Soccer in a Box is a unique turnkey program in the early childhood enrichment field. It helps prepare preschool children for kindergarten. The curriculum manual and lesson plans have been edited and endorsed by the Early Childhood Development Department of the Fairfax County School System, the nation’s 10th largest. The unique curriculum and …

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NMB 13-14 All-Stars finish in third place in state Dixie Youth tournament

The North Myrtle Beach Parks and Recreation Department 13-14 All-Star team finished the SC Dixie Youth Championship Tournament in third place last week in Bluffton. The all-stars were one win away from playing in the championship when they lost to St. George 4-2. North Myrtle Beach opened tournament play with a 9-4 victory over Bluffton. They then lost to St. George by a 13-3 score in game two but came back strong to beat Chester 8-7 and Marion 7-5 in the loser’s bracket competition in the double elimination tournament. That set up a rematch with St. George and the loss …

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New regulation bans use of lures, attractants in state

A new regulation has been established that affects the use of natural deer lures and attractants often used by deer hunters in South Carolina. The new regulation makes it unlawful in South Carolina to possess or use, for the purpose of hunting or scouting, any substance or material that contains or claims to contain any excretion collected from a deer, including urine, feces, gland oil or other body fluid. This does not prohibit the use of synthetic products or substances collected by a hunter from deer legally harvested in South Carolina. Synthetic products are clearly labeled as such. If a …

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CNB Kickoff Classic celebrates 30 years

Conway National Bank will sponsor the 30th annual CNB Kickoff Classic on Aug. 16 beginning at 6:30 p.m. in Brooks Stadium on the Coastal Carolina University campus. “This 30th anniversary edition of the CNB Kickoff Classic will continue a long and valued tradition of assembling with students and supporters of the ten area high schools to celebrate the arrival of a new football season and the beginning of a new school year,” said CNB President Jennings Duncan.  “The anticipation of returning to Coastal Carolina University and playing in the newly expanded Brooks Stadium has created great excitement for everyone.  We …

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City hosts Beginner Walking and Running Workshops for Women

The city of North Myrtle Beach and the Grand Strand Running Club will present First Strides® – Beginner Walking & Running Workshops for Women.  This 12-week program will help you gradually progress from the couch to walking, jogging or running at a pace that’s comfortable for you. Women of all ages, sizes and abilities are welcome. Weekly workshops will be held on Wednesdays beginning Sept. 4 and continue through Nov. 20  at the North Myrtle Beach Park & Sports Complex Amphitheater located at 150 Citizens Circle in Little River. Meetings will be 6:00 p.m. to 7:15 p.m., rain or shine. …

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Loris Lions are preparing for the fall sports

Loris High School Football Head Coach Jamie Snyder along with the other coaches, Brandon Day, Lang Kenlaw, Josh Stevenson, Andre White, Julius Graham, Casey Davis, Michael Buffkin and A. Grady, have worked throughout the summer with the Loris High School varsity and junior varsity teams to prepare for the fall football season.  In preparing for the season the South Carolina National Guard visited to work out with the team.  This year’s quarterbacks for the Loris Lions are Gage Conner and Joseph Flesch, both are seniors this year; Conner is the lead quarterback for the varsity team this year.  Connor said,”This …

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