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Hemingway, Quigley to be honored and retire their jersey numbers

Posted on Jan 26, 2017

  
 
On Tuesday, Jan. 31, Temarrick Hemingway and Ryan Quigley will be honored during halftime of the North Myrtle Beach varsity basketball game at the North Myrtle Beach High School gymnasium.
Hemingway and Quigley began their athletic careers on the courts and fields of NMB High School and carried their talents into collegiate and professional sports.
Temarrick Hemingway graduated in 2011 after a high school career of solid academics and lettering in two sports of basketball and football. Temarrick played tight end and defensive end during his high school football career and dominated the courts as a low post player. Temarrick continued his career at South Carolina State playing football as a tight end and had a stellar career. Upon completion of his collegiate career, Hemingway was drafted by the Los Angeles Rams and continues to play as a tight end and special teams player.
Ryan Quigley graduated in 2008 after a high school career of solid academics and lettering in three sports of soccer, basketball and football. Quigley began punting and kicking for the Chiefs Varsity football team as a freshman in high school. In basketball, Quigley was a shooting guard and helped the Chiefs earn a region championship title. In soccer, Quigley played as a center midfielder. After high school, he continued his career at Boston College as part of their special teams unit primarily delivering punting and kick off duties. After his collegiate career, he signed with the Chicago Bears as a free agent. He was then signed by the New York Jets and Arizona Cardinals where he continued as a punter for each team and was the key holder for extra points.
Hemingway and Quigley were selfless teammates as they played for their teams to win. Hemingway and Quigley continue to represent their high school well through their endeavors on and off the professional playing field. Tammerick and Ryan are the first two athletes from North Myrtle Beach to take their athletic skills to the professional level. It is with great pride North Myrtle Beach High School honors these two athletes through retiring their high school football jersey numbers.
Join in on Tuesday, Jan. 31, for the NMB Chief varsity basketball game at 6 p.m. and enjoy the halftime program during the varsity boys game honoring Temarrick Hemingway and Ryan Quigley.


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