No. 9 Carvers Bay fell to No. 1 Lake View in the second round of the 1A state football playoffs, 30-22, at Big Bear Stadium Friday night.
Athletic directors, coaches and basketball players across the Grand Strand are preparing for a season like they have never experienced before due to the COVID-19 pandemic and are facing new guidelines for the upcoming indoor events.
Carvers Bay High School cross country head coach Jeff Mezzatesta steps down after nine seasons coaching the team.
No. 9 Carvers Bay trounced Baptist Hill, 33-8, behind four touchdowns from the Walker boys to advance to the second round of the 1A state playoffs.
Improvement shown at North Myrtle Beach High School, particularly among those on the field. In the meantime, about 25 minutes south, Carolina Forest had issues with both social distancing and mask protocols.
The Georgetown High defense brought out its turnover chain four times in a 13-6 win over Carvers Bay Friday night.
The SCHSL Executive Committee unanimously approved its winter sports guidelines proposal on Tuesday, 14-0, and reviewed it with the public on Friday after an unintelligible conference call.
The Carvers Bay and Georgetown high school volleyball teams raised over $300 for breast cancer treatment at their annual Dig Pink Breast Cancer Awareness match on Oct. 22.
The Andrews High School varsity football team has been forced to cancel its Friday game at Waccamaw due to a positive COVID-19 test with a player that has put the entire team and coaching staff into quarantine.
Carvers Bay senior offensive lineman/defensive lineman scored a 70-yard touchdown off a teammate's fumble on a kickoff late in the game to drastically shift momentum and help Bears come out on top.
A homecoming and an overzealous social media account provided cause for concern as the Post and Courier Myrtle Beach continues its Friday Night Lights Unmasked series.
Carvers Bay football defeated Hannah-Pamplico 27-20 at Big Bear Stadium Thursday night to improve to 4-0 on the season.
Despite having to deal with COVID-19, Carvers Bay volleyball finished 7-1 in region and eyes a deep run in the 1A state playoffs.
Another week of Friday Night Lights — and some schools seemingly learned some lessons from Week 2 and showed improvement in dealing with health protocols surrounding the coronavirus pandemic.
The Georgetown High girls volleyball match against Carvers Bay High initially scheduled for Wednesday night was postponed due to a positive COVID-19 test, a district official confirmed on Thursday.
Editor's note: This is the first of an ongoing series called, "Friday Night Lights Unmasked," where we will continue to monitor the health protocols put into place by the South Carolina High S…
Myrtle Beach High School football thumped Georgetown 41-7 on the road Friday night to improve to 2-0 on the young season.
The Waccamaw swim team has finally begun its 2020 season after COVI-19 delays, with the girls' team finishing first at a meet at Sumter High School.
Carvers Bay backup quarterback Kayshaun Brockington led the Bears to a 14-8 victory over C.E. Murray Saturday after starting quarterback Jakiyah Lance went down with a sprained ankle in the second quarter.
The Carvers Bay football team defeated C.E. Murray 14-8 in a low-scoring opener at Big Bear Stadium on Saturday.
The Andrews High School football team made it close late, but ultimately fell short in its season opening loss to Marion, 28-20.
Green Sea Floyds High football team, holding back-to-back state titles, is facing a new challenge this year: the coronavirus pandemic.
Orange County Public Schools in Florida has implemented a bubble for high school football, but would that work in South Carolina?
Local Grand Strand area high school coaches and players react to last year's SC High School Player of the Year, Mikele Colasurdo, developing a heart condition after batting COVID-19.
The Georgetown High School girls' tennis seniors are hopeful they can play their final season despite restrictions due to COVID-19.
Former Carvers Bay High School standout athlete Stephon Greene has transferred to play basketball at Miles College under Choppee High School graduate Fred Watson.
Andrews High QB Eli Durham was named a finalist for SC Football Hall of Fame Bridge Builder Excellence Award.
With high school football practices starting Sept. 8, some teams are uncertain if they will be ready.
Junior golfer Carter Allison from Murrells Inlet won the Hurricane Junior Golf Tour Tournament in Augusta on July 26.
The SCHSL voted unanimously to push back the start of the fall sports season on Wednesday.
The accolades keep pouring in for Coastal Carolina’s Tarron Jackson.
Local coaches give their thoughts on the upcoming Aug. 10 SCHSL that will decide if fall and spring seasons are flipped.
Georgetown High School will hold girls' tennis tryouts on Aug. 17 and 18.
Over the past two columns, I’ve covered recommendations for returning to your pre-COVID fitness regimen as gyms and fitness centers open back up. You can check those columns out at southstrand…
Georgetown County School District decided Thursday to postpone summer athletic workouts that were scheduled to begin on Monday, July 27.
Trading card company Panini might have some explaining to do after a major flub with former South Carolina star Javon Kinlaw's NFL rookie card.
The South Carolina High School League Executive Committee held a Zoom meeting on Wednesday, July 15 in which it voted 14-2 to start practice for fall sports on Aug. 17, pushing the date back f…
There will be a new face in Georgetown High School athletics this season.
You wouldn’t think booking a few holes on the golf course would be much of an accomplishment for national golf personality Charlie Rymer.
Coastal Carolina women’s golf had a total of four Chanticleers recognized as 2019-20 WGCA All-American Scholars, the Women’s Golf Coaches Association (WGCA) announced recently.
For the second consecutive year, the Dustin Johnson Golf School at TPC Myrtle Beach in Murrells Inlet, S.C., has earned acclaim from the game’s leading publication.
In my last column, I outlined recommendations for returning to your pre-COVID fitness routine as gyms and fitness centers open back up. If you missed that column, you can check it out at south…
There will be a new face on the sidelines for Sharks football this season.
MYRTLE BEACH – One last go-round.
MYRTLE BEACH – One last time on the diamond as high-schoolers.
Georgetown County School District has postponed summer athletic workouts scheduled to begin on June 29 for the safety of the student athletics and staff.
As COVID-19 cases have spiked all across the state, the South Carolina High School League has had to adapt to make fall sports as safe as possible.
The accolades continue to pour in for Choppee High School graduate Fred Watson.
Golfers that want a little more exercise on their next trip to Myrtle Beach will have the option to walk at any Founders Group International course.