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North Myrtle Beach Sports

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NMBHS Cross Country team

undefeated in region, county

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North Myrtle Beach High School Lady Chiefs 2016 Cross Country Team members include, (not listed in order), Wilson Jenerette, Breeauna Spickler, Emily Worsham, Macy Werner, Havana Charles, Taylor Monahan, Savanna Wood, Krista Drozdowski, Emma Delaney, Hanna Sendrey, Kaylin Regan, Rhian Delaney, Emily Barbosa, Jazmine Lara-Guerrero, Kylie Monahan, Shania Parker and India Robledo.

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The North Myrtle Beach High School girls Cross Country team has a strong start in their fall season after three multi-team meets this month where they have finished first among all other Horry County and Region League teams. With an 8-1 season record so far, the Lady Chiefs only loss was to Waccamaw from Georgetown County.
Led by undefeated sophomore Wilson Jenerette followed closely by junior Breeauna Spickler, the Lady Chiefs most recent meet with Myrtle Beach and St James ended in a sweep of the first five-place finishers for the Chiefs and a perfect score of 15 points. Rounding out the North Myrtle Beach team scorers were Emily Worsham, Macy Werner and Havana Charles.
Lady Chief Jenerette also added to her honors this season the first place finish in the 12th Annual Coastal Carolina University Cross Country Invitational in the High School Girls Open competition.
Upcoming meets for the Cross Country team include the Horry County Championship meet scheduled for Wednesday, Oct. 12, on the Chiefs home course at the North Myrtle Beach Park and Sports Complex.
 

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Chiefs tie best start in

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By Tyler Watkins
The North Myrtle Beach varsity football team endured a long bus ride and an aggressive Camden (3-3) team this past Friday night to remain undefeated on the season and tie their best start in history. The Chiefs battled a frantic first half of play by Camden to take the win 34-13 and move to 6-0 for the year.
Coming off a loss to West Florence the previous week, looking for their first home win and playing on homecoming night, Camden came out firing against the Chiefs with a no huddle offense that left the Chiefs often confused and the Camden Bulldogs often out of position.
Camden put up the first points of the game off a quick drive and 26 yard pass from quarterback Devin Beckley to Jorien Watson, but the Chiefs met the challenge just a few minutes later and kept Camden scoreless for the next two quarters.
For the Chiefs, quarterback Ronnie Bass put his own 26 yard pass into the hands of Tyler Gore with over three minutes left in the first and the Chiefs were finally on their way. The point after attempt was blocked and at the end of the first, the Chiefs were down 7-6 to Camden.
Second quarter action saw the Chiefs defense hold the Bulldogs inside the red zone several times, preventing another score. Meanwhile, T.J. Gore added seven more to the Chiefs side of the scoreboard and at the half the Chiefs led 13-7.
The Chiefs would roll off two more scores before Camden could answer. Reese Finch, who struggled in the first half, redeemed himself with a 22 yard touchdown pass from Bass, and Cullin Mitchell grabbed a 25 yard pass from Bass to start the fourth quarter to increase the lead to 27-7.
Camden would score again seconds later, but it was too late and the Chiefs put the finishing touches on the game, and a demoralized Camden team, with a 39 yard run by T.J. Gore to set the final at 34-13.
The Chiefs put up 230 net yards rushing and 156 yards passing for 386 yards of total offense.
North Myrtle Beach opens region play this Friday night against the also undefeated Myrtle Beach Seahawks, on the road, in what could go a long way toward determining the eventual region champion.
If you can’t make it to the game, you can catch all of the action live on WRNN 99.5 FM or online at NMBChiefs.com. Airtime is set for 7 p.m., kickoff at 7:30 p.m. 
 

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