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Phone: 843-249-3525
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North Myrtle Beach Sports

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Cole, Hansis sign

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letters of intent

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Left to right are Julia Cole’s mother Sandra Cole, Head Softball Coach James Graves, her father Thomas Cole and Athletic Director Coach Joe Quigley as Cole, seated, signs her letter of intent.
 

Left to right are Taylor Hansis’ travel ball coach James Barrington, her mother Carolyn Hansis, her sister Sammy Hansis, her brother Donald Hansis, her father Ron Hansis, Head Softball Coach James Graves and Athletic Director Coach Joe Quigley. Hansis is seated.


Centerfielder Julia Cole and pitcher Taylor Hansis have signed letters of intent to play softball in college next year. The letters were signed on Monday, Nov. 17.
Julia Cole led the Lady Chiefs in every offensive category last season and was selected all-region first team.  She was also selected all-state by the High School Sports Report.  She signed with Erskine College.
Taylor Hansis led the Lady Chiefs on the mound last year with an earned run average of 1.26.  She was all-region first team as well as being selected all-state by the High School Sports Report and the High School Softball Coaches. Taylor signed with Georgia Gwinnett College.


 

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Rolling Thunder tournament

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will benefit veterans


The 7th Annual Rolling Thunder® SC3 Golf Tournament, Tee Off For Veterans, will be played at Black Bear Golf Course at 2650 Hwy. 9 W. in Longs on Saturday, Nov. 29. The format is captain’s choice with shotgun start at 10 a.m., 50/50 and door prizes.
Dinner will be immediately after the tournament at VFW Post 10804.
Cost is $60 per person or $240 per team of four people.
Help RTSC3 help the veterans.
Contact Bruce Hutchison at 843-390-0196 or hutchb@sccoast.net to register for the tournament.

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