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.
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…
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.
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.
Shutdowns around the country are being lifted. Restrictions on businesses are easing. Many gyms have opened back up. Some of you may be looking forward to getting back to a normal fitness rout…
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.
GEORGETOWN – Georgetown High varsity girls’ basketball junior forward/center Con’Teshae Archie is doing things seldom seen from a high school athlete.
Good news came from Horry County Schools on Wednesday, June 17 if you’re a player, coach or fan of fall prep sports.
GEORGETOWN — All the hard work has finally paid off for one young Bulldog.
Future Hall of Fame head coach Cliff Ellis was named to the Big South 2010-19 Men’s Basketball All-Decade Team presented by Hercules Tires, it was announced by the league office last week.
Coastal Carolina baseball’s Zach McCambley was selected by the Miami Marlins as the 75th pick overall in the third round of the 2020 Major League Baseball draft on Thursday, June 11.
On the diamond for one last time as high schoolers.
Making Carvers Bay proud.
In my last column, I ventured into some dangerous territory talking about my wife’s weight. Of course, I’m being a little dramatic when speaking of “dangerous territory.” My wife is in very go…
All the hard work had finally paid off for one young Bulldog.
Like many of you who have been on lockdown due to COVID-19, my wife and I recently did a little spring cleaning in our garage. While we’ve compiled a nice collection of workout equipment over …
Despite the spring sports season being truncated due to COVID-19, the 2019-2020 prep sports season in the South Strand still provided thrills, heartbreak and victory for its players, coaches a…
For the second-straight year, Coastal Carolina’s Courtney Dean has been named to the 2020 CoSIDA Academic All-District Team, the College Sports Information Directors of America announced on Thursday.
Sonya Woods, the director of Olympic sports for speed, strength and conditioning at Coastal Carolina, has been named Master Strength and Conditioning Coach by the Collegiate Strength and Condi…
Coming back home.
It all worked out in the end.
Over the past few columns, I’ve given you various ideas to improve your health while we work through this unprecedented time of lockdowns and social distancing. I started this series by highli…
From a Yellow Jacket to an Indian.
Just because high school spring sports seniors were robbed of their final season at the prep level because of COVID-19 doesn’t mean they couldn’t have a senior night.
With COVID-19 canceling the high school spring sports season, many seniors found themselves deprived of their final season as a prep athlete.
All is not lost.
With a new month comes the beginning of a new sports season.
Coastal Carolina defensive tackle Sterling Johnson has signed a free agent deal with the New York Jets.
Over the past few weeks, we’ve covered the impact that pre-existing conditions have on mortality rates with COVID-19, as well as strategies to improve your health during the lockdown. The incr…
With the high school spring sports season canceled due to the spread of COVID-19, schools across the state have had to honor their seniors in different ways.
Although high school spring sports were canceled for the remainder of the 2019-20 season on Wednesday, Apr. 22, you can still support your school in another way.
Coastal Carolina head beach volleyball coach Steve Loeswick has announced the addition of four student-athletes in Emma Gonzalez (Greensboro, N.C./Wesleyan Christian Academy), Ellie Hanford (N…
Coastal Carolina men’s golfer Zack Taylor was named to the Division I PING All-Region team for the East region, the Golf Coaches Association of America (GCAA) announced on Thursday.
Coastal Carolina men’s golf head coach Jim Garren has announced the addition of two transfers in Jørgen Viken (Kongsberg, Norway/Concordia University-Portland) and Viktor Ölund (Danderyd, Swed…
Another week of COVID-19 has come and gone and I hope you’ve been able to stay healthy. If you have one of the preexisting conditions we identified in previous columns, I’m especially hopeful …
Choppee High graduate Fred Watson continues to make the Georgetown community proud.
Well, another week of social distancing, face coverings, and 24/7 news on the coronavirus has come and gone. Unfortunately through that week, we’ve had even more cases and deaths from COVID-19…
With the spring sports season being suspended through at least Apr. 30 to comply with South Carolina Gov. Henry McMaster’s Executive Order to close schools through the end of the month due to …
After nearly a month of not being able to play due to coronavirus, the St. James baseball program finally has some good news to report.
Things just got a little better for high school athletes and coaches.
We’re currently living through a landmark event in human history. While the current overall COVID-19 cases and deaths are not on par with the Black Plague or the Spanish Flu, we’ve not had a p…