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Myrtle Beach Sun News

 •  March 22

For months, several of the area’s most influential athletics employees at various Horry County Schools knew they were on the way out. Now, it is official. Be it through a push from the end of the statewide Teacher Employee Retention Incentive program or strictly personal choice, those losses will definitively include St. James Athletics Director...

Myrtle Beach Sun News

 •  December 3, 2017

If one were to ask the average sports fan, only a few numbers truly matter — those on the scoreboard, statistics and team records. But as with anything, there’s more than meets the eye. Earlier this year, The Sun News requested the salaries of those employed by Horry County Schools or the Georgetown County School District making $50,000 or more....

Myrtle Beach Sun News

 •  July 25, 2016

Majority of the state’s coaches in Charleston this week to brush up on rules, safety measures Dealing with high temperatures as high school sports begin a challenge for coaches, trainers The majority of the state’s high school coaches are in Charleston this week, using the final few days to brush up on rules at the annual South Carolina Athletic...

Myrtle Beach Sun News

 •  April 25, 2016

Keeter Hayes spends his nights cleaning up bloody noses, scheduling physical therapy appointments and making sure high school athletes are safe on the playing fields. Some nights, North Myrtle Beach High School’s athletic trainer has to keep his eyes on 250 kids all at the same time. Some Horry County Schools staff are trying to change...

Myrtle Beach Sun News

 •  March 23, 2016

Top cost of all 6 trainers: $493,652 Currently only 1 full-time trainer for each high school Proposal will go to Board of Education next month CONWAY Six area high schools may gain a second athletic trainer next year, which means Horry County Schools must budget nearly $500,000 for the positions. Currently there’s only one athletic trainer per 3A...

Myrtle Beach Sun News

 •  July 26, 2015

But there was enough to be concerned about that coach Mike Zimmer and his strength and conditioning coach and head athletic trainer initiated an extensive evaluation. "We've monitored a lot of things, and a lot of people have told us, 'It's just freak ...