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Friday’s area sports briefs

From staff reportsMarch 28, 2014 

— Michael Paez was 3-for-4 and Tyler Herb won his fourth straight on the mound as Coastal Carolina rallied from a 3-0 deficit to claim a 7-3 victory versus Charleston Southern.

The Chanticleers (11-15, 3-4 Big South) and Buccaneers (15-13, 1-6 Big South) dodged rain throughout the contest, but field conditions stayed good enough to finish the contest.

Herb (4-3) tossed his second complete game and Coastal’s first since he accomplished the feat versus Manhattan in the 2012 NCAA Columbia Regional.

CCU track

The Coastal Carolina men’s and women’s track & field teams sent squads to both the Raleigh Relays in Raleigh, N.C., and the Winthrop Invitational in Rock Hill with several season bests set at both events.

The women had 10 qualify for event finals on Saturday at the Winthrop Invitational, according to a news release, including four in the 100 meter hurdles. The men qualified seven for the event finals on Saturday including three in both the 110 hurdles and 400 meters.

The four women heading to the 100 meter hurdles finals include second-place qualifier Jessica Gelibert who turned in a time of 14.24. Camille Hurley came across at 14.28 to qualify fourth while Ashley Davis (14.68) and Olivia Coopwood (14.90) qualified seventh and eighth, respectively.

The men in the 400 meters were led by DeAndra Lipscomb who set a new season best time in the event with a 48.02 to qualify first. Alexander Hass qualified third with a time of 48.75 while Stevie Brunson will head to Saturday as the sixth qualifier with a time of 48.87.

In the 110 meter hurdles, the men were led by Desmond Wallace who turned in a season best time of 14.21 to qualify first.

CCU men’s tennis

The Coastal Carolina men’s tennis team lost 4-3 to Jacksonville State on Friday afternoon in a tightly contested match that was decided by the final doubles point, according to a news release. The loss marks just the second time this season that the Chanticleers (9-6, 1-1) have fallen in back-to-back matches.

•  North Myrtle Beach (at) Myrtle Beach

• W–Pitcher (x-x). L–pitcher (x-x). S–Pitcher (x). Top hitters – North Myrtle Beach. Myrtle Beach.

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•  Georgetown (at) Wilson

• W–Pitcher (x-x). L–pitcher (x-x). S–Pitcher (x). Top hitters – Georgetow. Wilson.

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•  St. James (at) Socastee

• W–Pitcher (x-x). L–pitcher (x-x). S–Pitcher (x). Top hitters – St. James Socastee.

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•  Aynor (at) Waccamaw

• W–Pitcher (x-x). L–pitcher (x-x). S–Pitcher (x). Top hitters – Aynor. Waccamaw.

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•  Carolina Forest (at) South Florence

• W–Pitcher (x-x). L–pitcher (x-x). S–Pitcher (x). Top hitters – Carolina Forest. South Florence.

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•  Socastee (at) Lexington |

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High school boys soccer

•  West Florence (at) Conway |

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•  Waccamaw (at) Christ Church |

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•  Myrtle Beach 3, Christian Academy of Myrtle Beach 0 | Sophomore Nico Sandoz scored two goals for the Seahawks as Myrtle Beach cruised past Christian Academy in the Myrtle Beach Soccer Tournament.

Goals – MB: Nico Sandoz 2, Adolpho Aguilar 1.

Assists: Jarrett Lewis 1.

Goalkeepers – MB: Skylar Hribar (0).

Records – Myrtle Beach (3-3); Christian Academy of Myrtle Beach (0-2)

•  Chatham Kent 3, Socastee 1 | The Hawks, playing in their first-ever international game beat out the Braves in the Myrtle Beach Soccer Tournament.

Goals – : S: Jon Ford 1.

Assists: Jarrett Lewis 1.

Records – Socastee: (4-4)

•  Carolina Forest 4, Hanahan 1 | The Panthers Sebas Perez scored two goals as Carolina Forest beat out Hanahan in the Myrtle Beach Soccer Tournament.

Goals – CF: Sebas Perez 2, Ian McIlrath 1, Kevin O’Mara 1. H: Kyle Spigner 1.

Records – Carolina Forest (5-0); Hanahan: (2-2)

•  St. James 1, Fort Dorchester 0 | Keaton Zimmer scored the Sharks’ loan goal as St. James got the win over Fort Dorchester in the Myrtle Beach Soccer Tournament.

Goals – STJ: Keaton Zimmer 1.

Goalkeepers – STJ: Andrew Bolchez (8).

Records – St. James (5-2)

High school girls soccer

•  West Florence (at) Conway |

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•  Waccamaw (at) Christ Church |

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• Socastee 2, Chatham Kent 0 | Daniela Ives and Margaret Schalise each scored for the Braves as Socastee picked up the win over the Hawks.

Goals – S: Daniela Ives 1, Margaret Schalise 1.

Goalkeepers – S: Anna Mince (2) McKenzie Runyon (2) .

Records – Socastee (6-0-2)

•  Carolina Forest 5, Christian Academy of Myrtle Beach 1 | The Panthers beat the Saints to just one goal in the Myrtle Beach Soccer Tournament.

•  St. James (at) Socastee

• W–Pitcher (x-x). L–pitcher (x-x). S–Pitcher (x). Top hitters – St. James Socastee.

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•  Georgetown (at) Wilson

• W–Pitcher (x-x). L–pitcher (x-x). S–Pitcher (x). Top hitters – Georgetow. Wilson.

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•  North Myrtle Beach (at) Myrtle Beach

• W–Pitcher (x-x). L–pitcher (x-x). S–Pitcher (x). Top hitters – North Myrtle Beach. Myrtle Beach.

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•  Aynor (at) Waccamaw

• W–Pitcher (x-x). L–pitcher (x-x). S–Pitcher (x). Top hitters – Aynor. Waccamaw.

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•  Conway (at) West Florence

• W–Pitcher (x-x). L–pitcher (x-x). S–Pitcher (x). Top hitters – Conway. West Florence.

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•  Sumter (at) Carolina Forest

• W–Pitcher (x-x). L–pitcher (x-x). S–Pitcher (x). Top hitters – Sumter. Carolina Forest.

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