Danny Kelly is a reporter for The Post and Courier Myrtle Beach who covers sports and growth across the Grand Strand. He graduated from the University of South Carolina in 2018 with a bachelor's degree in multimedia journalism.
Carolina Forest took care of North Myrtle Beach, 49-21, and saw seven different players score its seven touchdowns at Carolina Forest High School on Sept. 23.
Myrtle Beach's Grande Dunes Resort Club golf course reopened on Sept. 15 after undergoing a restoration project that began on May 16.
Coastal Carolina took care of Georgia State on the road to open Sun Belt play and improve to 4-0, but quarterback Grayson McCall left the game early in the fourth quarter with an ankle injury.
Coastal Carolina will open up Sun Belt play on Sept. 22 at 7:30 p.m. when it travels to Atlanta to take on Georgia State.
Coastal Carolina knocked off Buffalo, 38-26, despite four lost fumbles to improve to 3-0 at Brooks Stadium on Sept. 17.
Andrews downed Waccamaw, 30-16, despite committing five turnovers and ten penalties at Waccamaw High School on Sept. 16.
Coastal Carolina will host Buffalo on Sept. 17 at 1 p.m., with the Bulls looking to snap a six-game losing streak dating back to last season.
On Sept. 15, Coastal Carolina men’s basketball announced its non-conference schedule for the upcoming season, which includes 12 games total and seven home games.
Coastal Carolina women's golf finished third at the Jennifer Duke Invitational with a 55-over 907 (313-300-294), and Sophia Carlsen earned a share of the individual title with a seven-over 220 (75-71-74) at the par 71 Losantiville Country Club in Cincinnati, Ohio, on Sept. 13.
Coastal Carolina's Trey Crenshaw won the Golfweek Fall Challenge after recording a three-round 18-under 198 (65-68-65), setting both career and program records at True Blue Golf Club in Pawleys Island on Sept. 13.