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In the heart of Lake View, a determined group of young athletes is passionately pursuing their dreams of becoming the next baseball State Champions. The Lake View 9-10 Wild Gators Baseball Team worked hard to become the District Champions and have shown tremendous talent, dedication, and potential. They are moving on to represent Lake View and compete for the title of Champions in the Dixie Youth Baseball AAA D2 State Tournament in Senaca, South Carolina this July. T...
In the heart of Lake View, a determined group of young athletes is passionately pursuing their dreams of becoming the next baseball State Champions. The Lake View 9-10 Wild Gators Baseball Team worked hard to become the District Champions and have shown tremendous talent, dedication, and potential. They are moving on to represent Lake View and compete for the title of Champions in the Dixie Youth Baseball AAA D2 State Tournament in Senaca, South Carolina this July. That’s where we, as a compassionate community, can make a significant impact. Today, we invite you to contribute to their GoFundMe campaign and help turn their dreams into reality.
The Lake View 9-10 Wild Gators Baseball Team consists of ambitious youngsters who have set their sights on excellence. With every swing of the bat and every pitch thrown, they are honing their skills and striving to be the best. They possess the talent, determination, and work ethic necessary to achieve greatness on the baseball field, but they need our support to overcome financial barriers.
The costs associated with the team traveling from Lake View to Senaca, South Carolina for a tournament that stretches over several days can quickly add up and we want all players and coaches to be able to attend. After all, they’ve worked incredibly hard to make it to the State Tournament. This is where we can make a meaningful impact.
Supporting youth sports goes beyond contributing financially. It’s about empowering young athletes and instilling valuable life lessons that will benefit them on and off the field. By donating to the Lake View 9-10 Wild Gators Baseball Team, you are investing in the growth and development of these dedicated individuals. Your contribution will not only provide financial assistance but also inspire them to chase their dreams, teach them about teamwork, discipline, and perseverance.
A thriving community is one that rallies behind its youth. By contributing to the Lake View 9-10 Wild Gators Baseball Team, you are not only investing in their future but also fostering a stronger community. These young athletes are the future leaders and ambassadors of our town. By supporting them, we are fostering a sense of pride, unity, and camaraderie that will have a lasting impact on our community as a whole.
No contribution is too small; every dollar makes a difference. By joining this noble cause, you are helping to ensure that these young athletes can continue to train, compete, and grow. Your support will provide them with an incredible opportunity to excel in their sport, improving their chances of having future success like securing scholarships and college admissions.
The Lake View 9-10 Wild Gators Baseball Team is filled with talented young athletes who are in need of our support. By contributing to their GoFundMe campaign, we can make a profound impact on their journey to success. Whether it’s a small donation or spreading the word about their cause, your involvement will help these aspiring baseball players achieve their dreams. Together, let’s show our support, empower our youth, and strengthen our community. Join the Lake View 9-10 Wild Gators Baseball Team’s campaign today and be a part of something truly special.
For more information on the Dixie Youth Baseball State Tournament, visit them online.
LAMAR, S.C. – When it comes to 1A football in the Pee Dee and in the state of South Carolina, you won’t have to go very far into the record books before Lake View and Lamar pop up.And with good reason as the combined numbers are staggering − 15 state football championships and 13 more title game appearances between them.Those facts alone would make Friday’s 7:30 p.m. game between two perennial powers a must-see matchup, but the stakes are even higher with the Region 6-A title on the line as well.T...
LAMAR, S.C. – When it comes to 1A football in the Pee Dee and in the state of South Carolina, you won’t have to go very far into the record books before Lake View and Lamar pop up.
And with good reason as the combined numbers are staggering − 15 state football championships and 13 more title game appearances between them.
Those facts alone would make Friday’s 7:30 p.m. game between two perennial powers a must-see matchup, but the stakes are even higher with the Region 6-A title on the line as well.
The Wild Gators (6-2, 2-0) and Silver Foxes (6-3, 3-0) meet for the 18th time overall, with Lamar holding a 10-7 advantage in the series. Lamar has also won nine out of the last 10 meetings, but the lone victory by Lake View was a huge one in the 2016 state championship game.
Daryl King’s squad defeated Lamar 31-14 for the program’s 10th title. It was the third time the two historic programs met with the title on the line, with the other two coming in back-to-back years in 2002 & 2003.
J.R. Boyd’s Silver Foxes won both of those matchups as part of a three-peat. Lamar got back to the mountain top most recently in 2017 under Corey Fountain for its fifth championship.
Now the two teams are set to clash for the first time since 2019, an overtime victory by Silver Foxes.
“Obviously we had this one circled on the schedule,” first-year Lamar coach Josh Pierce said. “Not only because we thought it had the potential to be for the region championship, but because of the history between the two programs. Coach (Daryl) King does a great job over there and gets a lot out of his kids.
“They’re always really tough and it’s going to be a challenge for us.”
Both teams’ seasons have mirrored each other in some aspects as new pieces took time to gel together. Lamar had early losses to Dillon, Andrew Jackson and Kingstree while Lake View dropped games against Marion and Loris.
But the tough schedules have seemingly done what they were intended to do. The Wild Gators have won six of their last seven including two in a row while the Silver Foxes have won three straight.
“We’ve gotten better each and every week and that’s what we preach,” King said. “We don’t want to be great Week Zero; we want to start where we are and then steadily build and get better each week. I feel like our crowd has done that.
“Hopefully we’ll be a little bit better this week than we were last week.”
Both teams bring balanced offensive attacks to the table. Senior quarterback Tyler McManus has thrown for 1,308 yards and 14 scores and also rushed more than 300 yards for Lamar.
Daveon Martin and Montavis Dolford provide McManus with a pair of key weapons and the Silver Fox defense, which is allowing less than 16 points per game, has four of the top tacklers in the area in Michael McFadden, Quan Toney, Gabriel McAllister and Nazir Johnson.
“They’ve got players all over the field – defensively and offensively,” King said. “We understand that it’s going to be hard to go in there and get a win. There are no tendencies. They’ll run it and throw it. It’s all about 50-50 with a dynamic quarterback, fast running back, good receivers and an offensive line that blocks well.
“Defensively, man they run and get after it.”
The Wild Gators are averaging 34 points a game offensively behind a strong rushing attack and playmakers in quarterback Kason Herlong and wideout Shaheed Dawkins.
LVHS also has a strong running back in Marvin Gordon, who ranks among the leaders in the Pee Dee with 911 yards rushing and nine TDs. He’s complemented by Tyrell Foxworth, Logan Jones and Dawkins who have all rushed for more than 200 yards themselves.
“They capitalize on what they do best,” Pierce said. “(Dawkins) is a heckuva challenge to cover, but not only do you have to worry about him, you have to worry about defending their run. A lot of misdirection and blocking angles will present us with a challenge.
“…We have to match their physicality. I feel like we’ve been more physical against the other teams in the region to this point, but I feel like Lake View can match ours.”
LAMAR, S.C. – Josh Pierce has been a part of region championship celebrations before at Lamar High School.But Friday’s was a little more special, and not just because it was his first as the head coach.“Getting the first one is awesome,” Pierce said. “I’ll be honest – this one is special because we’ve got a lot of good teams in this region. It’s not as simple as it used to be moving down into the lower state.“But kids are excited and I’m excited. Great gam...
LAMAR, S.C. – Josh Pierce has been a part of region championship celebrations before at Lamar High School.
But Friday’s was a little more special, and not just because it was his first as the head coach.
“Getting the first one is awesome,” Pierce said. “I’ll be honest – this one is special because we’ve got a lot of good teams in this region. It’s not as simple as it used to be moving down into the lower state.
“But kids are excited and I’m excited. Great game.”
It was far from easy Friday night, but thanks to a couple of key Lake View miscues and another dominant effort by the Lamar defense, the Silver Foxes were able to hold on for a 14-7 victory at Donald R. Poole Stadium to capture the Region 6-A in their first year back in the lower state.
It was also the eighth straight region title overall for Lamar (7-3, 4-0), who is off next Friday before hosting a first-round playoff game the following week. Lake View (6-3, 2-1) hosts Hannah-Pamplico in its final game of the regular season next week.
“Feels good to win,” junior Travion McPhail said. “Good coaches and good teammates that are always on your side, and we were able to get the win tonight.”
McPhail was a key figure on both sides of the ball as was Tyler McManus. Quan Toney, who normally plays linebacker and running back, was injured in last week’s game at H-P and did not play.
That meant the brunt of the load fell to McManus and McPhail. McPhail wound up carrying the ball 23 times and McManus had 14 totes at quarterback. He also had to fill in at linebacker while McPhail roamed his usual spot in the secondary.
It was even more work than normal for the pair as McManus hurt his thumb early in the second half and the Silver Foxes essentially had no passing game to speak of for most of the final two quarters.
“We just played hard,” McPhail said. “We just wanted to finish the game (as champs).”
“We were trying to milk the clock a little bit and that bit us one time with a miscalculation,” Pierce said of the second-half strategy his team had to implement. “But the kids got the job done. They got first downs when they needed and the defense played their tail off.”
Lake View scored on its first possession with a 3-yard touchdown run by Logan Jones to go up 7-0. But the Wild Gators could not best the Silver Fox defense again, despite a couple of really good opportunities in the second half.
The first came off a high snap during a Lamar punt that gave LVHS the ball at the Silver Fox 9-yard line. But three runs by Marvin Gordon didn’t gain much ground and the fourth-down pass from Kason Herlong fell incomplete.
After getting the ball back deep inside Silver Fox territory, Lake View drove all the way to the Lamar 5, but again was kept out of the end zone when a fourth-down pass went incomplete.
The final chance might have stung the most. The Wild Gators got the ball back with 1:41 to go in the game and drove all the way down to the Lamar 6 with a first-and-goal.
But a dead ball unsportsmanlike conduct penalty backed them up near the 20 and forced a couple of desperation throws at the end from Herlong – the last of which was intercepted in the end zone.
“We had three chances inside the 5-yard line – three different drives starting with first down and we didn’t capitalize,” LVHS coach Daryl King said. “That’s a good football team down there…very well-disciplined on the defensive side of the ball and we just couldn’t get it in.
“…There’s a bunch of plays in the course of a football game that could go one way or the other and some of them just didn’t go our way. That’s what we’ve got to come back Monday and fix.”
All of the scoring occurred in the first half. McPhail tied the game in the second quarter with an 8-yard run, and the Silver Foxes turned a late interception into a Nazir Stevenson 1-yard score just before the half for the final tally.
Gordon led all rushers with 129 yards for Lake View. McPhail had 75 and McManus added 44.
McPhail, Xavier Jackson and Gabreil McAllister all had INTs for Lamar as well.
LAMAR 14, LAKE VIEW 7
LV 7 0 0 0 – 7
LAM 0 14 0 0 – 14
LV – Logan Jones 3 run (Lance Jackson kick), 4:14.
LAM – Travion McPhail 8 run (Luke Windham kick), 10:52.
LAM – Nazir Stevenson 1 run (Windham kick), 1:04.
RUSHING – LV: Marvin Gordon 25-129. LAM: McPhail 23-75, TD; Tyler McManus 13-44, Stevenson 1-1, TD.
PASSING – LV: Kason Herlong 8-19-70, 3 INT. LAM: McManus 3-12-40.
RECEIVING – LV: Trey Page 4-48. LAM: Montavis Dolford 2-24.
RECORDS: LV 6-3, 2-1. LAM 7-3, 4-0.
NEXT GAMES: Lake View hosts Hannah-Pamplico at 7:30 p.m. next Friday. Lamar is on a bye and will host a first-round 1A state playoff game the following week.
LAKE VIEW, S.C. (WPDE) — Leaders with the small Town of Lake View in Dillon County are hoping to make some big changes in the next few years that'll impact the community for the better.Recently, the town received a $25,000 grant from the Municipal Association of South Carolina that will go towards creating a step by step road map for revitalization projects.TRENDING: ...
LAKE VIEW, S.C. (WPDE) — Leaders with the small Town of Lake View in Dillon County are hoping to make some big changes in the next few years that'll impact the community for the better.
Recently, the town received a $25,000 grant from the Municipal Association of South Carolina that will go towards creating a step by step road map for revitalization projects.
Keith Tucker has been the owner of Central Pharmacy in Lake View for 20 years.
He has seen many people and businesses come and go, leaving nothing to take its place. Tucker said he is excited to see changes that could be coming.
"We can definitely use it. The Mill Pond is definitely an attraction that will get people here. Of course a restaurant to provide to citizens of Lake View would be great," said Tucker.
Mayor Dennis Townsend said there were talks of converting the mill pond into a tourist attraction by adding a few walking trails and a RV campground. The plan will also provide ways for town leaders to apply for other grants to get funding for these projects.
Townsend said the town is already drawing in some people because of its location.
"We got people moving in from other part of the country due to the price of the housing and the cost of living, proximity to Myrtle Beach, those type things," said Townsend.
However, for Tucker, he said he would just love to see the community he has been apart of the last 20 years achieve its true potential.
We would love to see main street look better. Get rid of some empty buildings. Get some people to help. We got some people interested in some buildings," said Tucker.
"Main thing is, keep the people that we have. Add a few more and try to make it look a little better," said Townsend.
Mayor Townsend said the goal is to start putting the master plan in motion by next spring.
NORTH MYRTLE BEACH, S.C. (WMBF) - A man, known for developing residential properties, is making a name in the commercial world and his new adventures include bringing a luxury center to North Myrtle Beach.Michael King owns KingOne Properties International.His company purchased 1.3 acres of land, along Ninth Avenue South, right off U.S. Highway 17. It’s less than a mile away from the North Myrtle Beach City Hall building.As part of phase 1 of this project, King says he’s turning about 14,000 square feet into t...
NORTH MYRTLE BEACH, S.C. (WMBF) - A man, known for developing residential properties, is making a name in the commercial world and his new adventures include bringing a luxury center to North Myrtle Beach.
Michael King owns KingOne Properties International.
His company purchased 1.3 acres of land, along Ninth Avenue South, right off U.S. Highway 17. It’s less than a mile away from the North Myrtle Beach City Hall building.
As part of phase 1 of this project, King says he’s turning about 14,000 square feet into the new luxury facility called Lake View Commons.
King says he’s already been bringing a luxury taste to residential development in our area. He says it’s time to bring the “South Florida” flair to the commercial real estate industry.
“I wanted to bring South Florida to South Carolina,” King said. “One thing you’ll find in South Florida is the modern look now, with the white tile which is what we’re going to be using for Lake View Commons. It’s a whole new look for our area. So many of our commercial areas look the same. I just wanted to be different.”
The Lake View Commons luxury center will consist of six units which include a doctor’s office, an interior designer and a financial advisor.
King says the center will be the second location for a well-known restaurant, Crave Italian Oven and Bar.
The company also purchased 1.6 acres of land on the other side of Ninth Avenue South, near Dick’s Pond Superstore. He says that land will be part of phase 2 of Lake View Commons.
He says it’s too soon to confirm yet who the tenants could be on that property, but he’s already receiving calls about it.
“I’ve had a couple of restaurants already reach out to me, very nice restaurants we have here in our area. A couple of others have expressed interest. North Myrtle Beach is so hot right now. We’re just excited about what’s happening in the North Myrtle Beach area,” King said.
Phase l of Lake View Commons is expected to be up and running around this same time next year.
King hopes the businesses will be opening just in time for the 2023 season.
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