Coastal Carolina University track athelete Jonathan Jeffries (center, jumping), along with members of Coastal's track team, warm-up for sprints at the track and field facility on Campus. With temps in the mid-60's, many atheletes on the campus were using the warm weather to practice for outdoors sports.
Jordan Lazarus of Myrtle Beach is girls Tennis Toast of the Coast.
Myrtle Beach swimmer Gus Calado gets a workout Tuesday afternoon at Pepper Geddings Recreation Center in Myrtle Beach. The former Virginia Tech swimmer and current Coastal Aquatic Club assistant coach will compete this weekend at the Missouri Grand Prix.
North Myrtle Beach defender Kelton Chestnut, 9, holds on to the jersey of Loris running back R.J. Brown, 22, during 4th quarter action during the Chiefs 14-6 win over cross county rivals Loris Friday night at Heniford Stadium in Loris. The teams played in a constant downpour throughout the second half of the game as the battle of supremacy of northern Horry was determined by the defense of the two teams.
Myrtle Beach's Lauren Campbell is the girls swimming Toast of the Coast.
The Seahawks celebrate after winning the girls Class AAA State Championship game Saturday evening at Colonial Life Arena in Columbia. Myrtle Beach beat Greenville 60-38 to win their second consecutive state championship.
Marathon runner Christine Rockey makes her way down Ocean Blvd. during Saturday's 12th Annual Bi-Lo Myrtle Beach Marathon.
Mullins High School standout Demitrius Sanders caught 38 passes for 768 yards and three touchdowns last season. This year High School Sports Report has named him as a preseason Class AA all-state defensive back.
Akeem Hemingway is the boys basketball Toast of the Coast.
Allen Patrick of Conway High is the defensive football Toast of the Coast.
Waccamaw girl's soccer player Abby Weimer,12, (left) consoles teammate Callie Dennis, 11, after the Warriors lost 1-0 to Bishop England High School in the Lower State Championship game held at Waccamaw.
Myrtle Beach wideout Jamere Valentine (28) stays focused on the sidline during 1st half action with Socastee Monday night in Myrtle Beach.
North squad wrestler Shawn White of Richland High School and Will Long the South squad go for a win in action in North Myrtle Beach. White won this match but the South won the overall title in a battle between some of the best state high school wrestlers in the state.
Myrtle Beach's Weston Wallace, 2, battles for the ball with Chapin's goalkeeper Haze Weinspach during 1st half action Thursday in the lower state soccer playoffs at Doug Shaw Stadium. Wallace scored two goals in Myrtle Beach's 5-1 win.
The Waccamaw Warriors, 2009 State Class AA golf champions, wait to be presented with the 1st place trophy late Tuesday afternoon at True Blue Plantation in Pawleys Island. The Warriors edged out Bishop England for the title.