Sunday, May 19 2013 7:56 PM EDT2013-05-19 23:56:54 GMT
MOUNT OLIVE, N.C. – The Coker Cobras are the 2013 NCAA Division II Southeast Region Champions! Behind a spectacular complete game pitching performance by senior left-hander Dan Meyer, the No. 4 seedMore >>
The Coker Cobras are the 2013 NCAA Division II Southeast Region Champions!More >>
Monday, May 13 2013 4:24 PM EDT2013-05-13 20:24:43 GMT
HORRY COUNTY, SC (WMBF) - A Carolina Forest High alum that was drafted by the Minnesota Twins in 2012 has been charged with burglary. According to police reports, 19-year-old Erich Knab, 18-year-old TylerMore >>
A Carolina Forest High alum that was drafted by the MinnesotaTwins in 2012 has been charged with burglary.More >>
Monday, May 13 2013 12:13 PM EDT2013-05-13 16:13:56 GMT
DARLINGTON, SC (WMBF)- While the drivers and NASCAR teams get ready for the Southern 500, racing fans are out tailgating before Saturday night's race in some pretty interesting ways. Jeff Smith is spendingMore >>
While the drivers and NASCAR teams get ready for the Southern 500, racing fans are out tailgating before Saturday night's race in some pretty interesting ways.More >>
Wednesday, January 9 2013 10:48 PM EST2013-01-10 03:48:22 GMT
CONWAY, SC (AP) - El Hadji Ndieguene had 13 points and 14 rebounds, and Coastal Carolina used a 27-5 second half run to beat Presbyterian 61-43 on Wednesday night in a Big South matchup. Anthony RaffaMore >>
El Hadji Ndieguene had 13 points and 14 rebounds, and Coastal Carolina used a 27-5 second half run to beat Presbyterian 61-43 on Wednesday night in a Big South matchup.More >>
MYRTLE BEACH, SC (WMBF) – Myrtle Beach High School quarterback Everett Golson is changing commitment from the University of North Carolina to Notre Dame. He will enroll in January and intends to play both football and basketball.
Golson committed to play football and basketball at UNC back in February. The lifelong Tar Heel fan said changing his mind wasn't easy.
"That might've been the hardest thing I had to do, ever," said Golson. "You grow up loving UNC from your childhood, always wanting to go there. As you mature, you have to face reality, learn what gives you the best opportunity. Notre Dame, I felt gave me the best opportunity, that's why I went with it."
Irish coaches visited Golson in Myrtle Beach Wednesday night, locking up his decision. An official visit to South Bend earlier this year also played a big role.
"Once he got up there, he fell in love with the coaching staff and the atmosphere and the campus and everything," said Myrtle Beach head coach Mickey Wilson. "Came home and decided after a couple weeks that was probably his best decision and went with it."
Golson cites Notre Dame's academics and the fact that they run a similar offense to what he's used to at Myrtle Beach as big factors in his decision. Still, he only knew for sure what he would do earlier this week.
"I would say [I made the decision] probably about two days ago," said Golson. "Two days ago I knew that's what I wanted. Kind of waited it out, didn't want to, that's just how it played out. Waiting it out kind of gave me the assurance that was the place for me."
Golson's Seahawks face South Pointe High School in the Class 3A State Championship game Saturday at 6pm.