CONWAY | The Coastal Carolina men's soccer team played Furman to a 3-all tie Thursday.After playing to a 1-all tie at halftime, Joe Anderson scored in the 61st minute to put Coastal up 2-1.Debola Ogunseye answered in the next minute with his second of three goals to tie it at 2.Anderson put the Chanticleers back in front with a goal in the 71st minute, but Ogunseye scored again in the 88th minute to complete his hat trick and send the game into overtime, where both teams went scoreless.James Stapleton had the other goal and also had an assist for Coastal (2-2-2).Pro golfDustin Bray shot a 3-under 67 to take a four-stroke lead after two rounds of the eGolf Professional Tour's Walnut Creek Open, which is being played at Walnut Creek Country Club (Goldsboro, N.C.) and Kinston (N.C.) Country Club.Bray was at 14-under 127.Murrells Inlet's Derek Watson (69) was tied for 39th with a two-round total of 3-under 138.High school girls golfBerekley 193, Waccamaw 199 | At Pawleys Plantation, Broke English carded a 43 for the Warriors but it wasn't enough in the nail-biter between the two teams. Berekley (193): Chelsey Williams 42, Waverly Walthall 47, Kristin Austell 45, Clara Kress 59.Waccamaw (199): Brooke English 43, Ashley Anderson 45, Katlyn Gould 48, Sara Roman 63.Records: Waccamaw 3-2.(At) Georgetown 210, St. James 228 | Mallory Thompkins shot 43 to earn medalist honors and lead the Bulldogs to a win at Caledonia Golf & Fish Club.GEORGETOWN (210): Mallory Thompkins 43, Caroline Pender 46, Hunter Weaver 58, Alyssa Daniel 63, Lauren Owens 63.ST. JAMES (228): Haley Vinson 55, Alexa Falvey 52, Kendall Kiser 53, Emilee Aldridge 68, Audie Sturgill 65.Records: Georgetown 1-4.High school volleyballSt. James 3, (at) Lake City 0 | Kayla Roberts had eight kills and four aces, Jodi Williams had 11 assists and three aces, and the Sharks (2-0, 2-0 Region VII-AAA) beat the Panthers in three games (25-9, 25-21, 25-17).North Myrtle Beach 3, (at) Georgetown 0 | Grace Jones and Haley Thomas each had nine kills as the Chiefs (5-4, 2-0 Region VII-AAA) defeated the Bulldogs in three games (25-19, 25-7, 25-10).High school cross countryIn a meet involving five teams at Loris, Green Sea Floyds' boys team and Aynor's girls team came away victorious.Kenan Jackson of Marion was the fastest in the boys event, edging Green Sea Floyds' Daniel Strickland by four seconds.Morgan Fowler of Green Sea Floyds ran away with the girls title, besting second-place Sarah Edwards of Marion by 1:59. BOYSTeam Results:1. Green Sea Floyds 24; 2. Aynor 48; 3. Marion 55; 4. Loris 119; 5. Mullins no scoreIndividual Results: 1. Kenan Jackson (M) 20:11; 2. Daniel Strickland (GSF) 20:15; 3. Ben Long (A) 21:10; 4. Billy Brown (GSF) 21:29; 5. Caleb Sarvis (GSF) 21:48.GIRLSTeam Results: 1. Aynor 29; 2. Marion 64; 3. Loris 80; 4. Green Sea Floyds 86; 5. Mullins no scoreIndividual Results: 1. Morgan Fowler (GSF) 24:27; 2. Sarah Edwards (M) 27:26; 3. G. Sarvis (A) 27:46; 4. Laquitta Griffett (L) 27:52; 5. Kaitlyn O'Neal (A) 28:08.High school girls tennisMyrtle Beach 5, (at) St. James 1 | The Seahawks won all but one singles match and took the lone doubles contest.Singles: Jessie Mae Dumas (MB) def. Hannah Nuckles 6-2, 6-0; Jessi Campos (SJ) def. Taylor French 6-2, 6-0; Michaela Trew (MB) def. Sam Gulledge 6-3, 6-4; Lindsey Fisher (MB) def. Cyra Cottrell 6-4, 6-3; Lindsey Springs (MB) def. Tori Honick 6-4, 6-2.Doubles: Fields Butler-Carolyn Gore (MB) def. Macy Burroughs-Jazzmyn Jordan 6-1, 6-1.Records: St. James 1-2.(At) Socastee 6, West Brunswick (N.C.) 1 | The Braves won all but No. 2 singles.Singles: Elizabeth Brunson (S) def. Gabrial Sanders 7-5, 6-0; Aimee Royrk (WB) def. Elizabeth Lidard 7-6 (8-6), 6-0; Olivia Patton (S) def. Tocoon Sanchez 6-2, 6-1; Justina Watson (S) def. Taylor Madison 6-1, 6-1; Byanca Mullin (S) def. Katie Fike 6-1, 6-1.Doubles: Brunson-Lidard (S) def. Sanders-Royrk 7-5, 6-3; Alexis Halyard-Mary Horneman (S) def. Lesile Cay-Breanna Kirlow 6-4, 6-7 (5-7), 10-5.Records: Socastee 4-4.
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