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Chiefs lose to Tigers 65-49

Head coach Darcie Vincent strategizes with the Chiefs during a timeout. North Myrtle Beach lost 65-49 against Conway Tuesday. Tyree Smith sinks a jumpshot during the team’s brief run on the Conway Tigers in the third period of the home game Tuesday. The North Myrtle Beach varsity boys basketball team lost to Conway by a score of 65-49 Tuesday in a home game. Due to the Tigers ability to shoot inside as well as 3s, the Chiefs were not able to bring the game to more than 10 despite a couple of good runs at it in the third period, …

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Foundation Raises Over $80,000 For Cancer Patients

The first place team winners included Chris Greenwell, Dr. Belal Khokhar, Brandon Higdon and Thys Runia in the golf tournament played at Barefoot Resort and Golf in North Myrtle Beach to benefit cancer patients at McLeod Seacoast in Little River. The McLeod Health Foundation benefiting McLeod Loris Seacoast raised over $80,000 at the McLeod Seacoast Cancer Benefit Golf Classic presented by Sandhills Bank. This two-day golf event was held on Friday, Nov. 9, and Saturday, Nov. 10, at the Dye Club at Barefoot Resort & Golf in North Myrtle Beach. Proceeds from the tournament will benefit the cancer patients at …

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The Green Sea Floyds High School Varsity Football

Photo by Shanda Shelley Strickland The Green Sea Floyds High School Varsity Football team traveled to Benedict College in Columbia this past Friday to take on the Lamar High School Silver Foxes for the 2018 SCHSL Class A State Championship. The Trojans got off to a great start building a 24-14 lead going into halftime. During the second half defense ruled the game as the Trojans held on to win the school’s first ever state championship by a score of 26-20 and moving their overall season record to 11-3. Coach Donnie Kiefer in his two years has won a state …

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NMB HS Girls Volleyball Team is the Class 4A State Champions

Bottom row, left to right, are Kirby Gore, Anna Rabon, Jordan Berger, Gabrielle Fleming and Brooklyn Wisely. Second row, left to right, are Sydney Bellamy, Delaney Fullum, Janya Livingston, Kaitlin Downey, Jenna Berger, Jennings Hall and Olivia Gore. Back row, left to right, are Joe Quigley, Head Coach Alex Sing, Kaydee Runion, Kayla Henley, Raegan Matney, Assistant Coach Eva Irwin and Principal Trevor Strawderman.

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NMB Chiefs get Redemption with a Win over Wilson

The North Myrtle Beach Chiefs varsity football program advanced to the 2nd round of the South Carolina state playoffs this past Friday night with a 34-22 win over the Wilson Tigers. The Chiefs (8-3) faced Region 6 foe Wilson inside the Hank Hester Sports Complex on the campus of North Myrtle Beach High School in a game that flipped the script of the October 6 game in Florence, S.C. That game was played after a 29 day layoff, with just 4 days of practice due to Hurricane Florence and snapped the Chiefs regular season win streak at 17. The Chiefs …

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Chiefs Advance in State Playoffs with Foggy Win over South Aiken

Playing through a heavy fog at South Aiken High School, the North Myrtle Beach Chiefs defeated the South Aiken Thoroughbreds (5-6) in the first round of the class 4A state football playoffs this past Friday night. The Chiefs (7-3) dominated throughout and moved to 7-3 on the season with the 52-21 win over the No. 3 seed out of region 5. North Myrtle Beach was forced to punt on their opening drive, but an interception by NMB’s Derrien Holmes three plays later set up the Chiefs for the first score of the game midway through the opening quarter. Sophomore kicker …

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Chiefs Grab 3 Seed with Stormy Win over Marlboro County

In the pouring rain, the North Myrtle Beach Chiefs (6-3) varsity football team defeated the Marlboro County Bulldogs (6-3) to earn the No. 3 playoff seed out of Region 6-4A. With a final score of 12-0, the Chiefs shutout an opponent for the first time this season. The Thursday night contest was moved up from Friday night due to the anticipation of inclement weather Friday evening. It was originally scheduled to be played on Sept. 28, but was moved to the end of the season due to evacuations in place on that date. With sheets of rain falling in front …

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