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Michael "Beach Mick" Hudson is the founder and Editor of Beach Carolina Magazine. Living along the coast of North Carolina, Mike has a passion for the beach and loves to bring news and events of the Carolinas to others around the world.

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Carolina RailHawks Fail to Make Ground in the Race for The Championship

Carolina RailHawks Fail to Make Ground in the Race for The Championship

Lose to the Atlanta Silverbacks 2-0 CARY, NC August 30, 2014 – The Carolina RailHawks (3W-0T-6L, 9pts) fell to the Atlanta Silverbacks (3W-2T-3L, 11pts) 2-0 on Saturday night at WakeMed Soccer Park. This was the Silverbacks’ first ever victory against the RailHawks in the Triangle. In the first half, both teams got off to a sluggish start, as they fought for possession in the middle of the field, but neither team was able to create many dangerous opportunities.   Despite creating multiple opportunities at the beginning of the second half, the RailHawks were unable to break through Altlanta’s defense.   In the 63rd minute of play, Silverbacks midfielder Junior Sandoval ripped a tremendous shot from 30 yards out that left […]

Posted in: Cary NC, Events, Soccer
Sea Shepherd crewmembers arrested for intervening against Faroese Pilot Whale ‘Grind’ Hunt

Sea Shepherd crewmembers arrested for intervening against Faroese Pilot Whale ‘Grind’ Hunt

Denmark, an Anti-Whaling Member Nation of the European Union, Shows Support for Slaughter of Whales by: Sea Shepherd Global SANDOY, Faroe Islands August 30, 2014  – Fourteen Sea Shepherd Conservation Society volunteer crewmembers of pilot whale defense campaign Operation GrindStop 2014 were arrested today on the Faroese island of Sandoy, as they entered the water to defend pilot whales from the brutal mass slaughter known as “grindadrap” or “grind” – putting themselves directly between a pod of 33 whales and their killers. Despite being a member nation of the European Union and subject to laws prohibiting the slaughter of cetaceans, Denmark has officially shown its support of — and now direct collaboration with — the Faroese whalers by sending the […]

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Offense Lifts Clemson Tigers Women’s Soccer Over Phoenix

Offense Lifts Clemson Tigers Women’s Soccer Over Phoenix

Boxscore (PDF) | Season Stats ELON, NC August 29, 2014 – The Clemson women’s soccer team’s offensive prowess continued on Friday night as the Tigers defeated Elon 5-0 on the road. Eddie Radwanski’s team improves to 3-0 on the season and has scored 12 goals in the last two games. Freshman Salma Anastasio got the scoring started 10 minutes into the game off a pass from classmate Shannon Horgan, and the Tigers took the 1-0 lead into halftime.   One minute into the second half, sophomore Catrina Atanda got in on the action for her first goal of the season. Allie Kington followed up with a goal at the 53:56 mark, also her first of the year.   Anastasio netted […]

Posted in: Clemson SC, Events, Soccer
Kurtis Turner’s Strike Before Midnight Gives South Carolina a 1-0 Win in Opener vs. Belmont

Kurtis Turner’s Strike Before Midnight Gives South Carolina a 1-0 Win in Opener vs. Belmont

Gamecocks host Clemson on Tuesday at 7 PM Boxscore: South Carolina vs Belmont men’s soccer (PDF) COLUMBIA, SC August 30, 2014 – With a couple of ticks left before midnight, South Carolina sophomore midfielder Kurtis Turner blasted home a goal to send the Gamecocks (1-0-0) a winner in their season-opening match against Belmont (0-1-0) on Friday night in front of the fourth-largest crowd at a men’s match in Stone Stadium history. Turner drove home the winner from 25 yards away, polishing off a rebound from junior midfielder Ryan Arambula after his shot was blocked near the top of the box. The Gamecocks had many chances, firing 26 shots, with eight coming on goal, compared to Belmont’s five that never threatened […]

Posted in: Columbia SC, Events, Soccer
College of Charleston Men’s Soccer Denied Upset Bid of No. 18 USCB

College of Charleston Men’s Soccer Denied Upset Bid of No. 18 USCB

Box Score | Photos DANIEL ISLAND, SC August 30, 2014  – The College of Charleston men’s soccer team saw its late comeback effort thwarted as the Cougars sought to upend No. 18 UC Santa Barbara in front of a raucous crowd of 1,237 fans  at Blackbaud Stadium as part of the Aaron Olitsky Memorial Classic on Friday evening. At the onset, the Cougars (0-1-0) surged forward and created the first scoring chances in the opening minutes, but as the first half took its shape the Gauchos proved the more offensive team. UCSB registered a pair of goals within 12 minutes of each other in the first half, both of which were initiated by the first-class boot of Preseason All-American and […]

Upcoming North Carolina Muscadine Grape Association Events

Upcoming North Carolina Muscadine Grape Association Events

September is North Carolina Wine and Grape Month MARSHALL, NC August 30, 2014 – As a part of this celebration, the North Carolina Muscadine Grape Association (NCMGA) has several events and educational opportunities planned. On Friday, September 5, 2014, NCMGA will participate in the Grape Day at the North Carolina Farmers Market in Raleigh. During this time, North Carolina Vineyard owners and muscadine experts will be on hand to provide visitors to the Farmers Market samples of muscadines and muscadine products. Visitors will have the opportunity to learn about the different types of grapes grown throughout North Carolina. There are over 30 different Muscadine grape varietals grown in North Carolina. The North Carolina Mountain State Fair begins on September 5 […]

Myrtle Beach Pelicans’ Wolff earns ninth win of the season (8-2) vs. Winston-Salem Dash

Myrtle Beach Pelicans’ Wolff earns ninth win of the season (8-2) vs. Winston-Salem Dash

MYRTLE BEACH’S FIVE-RUN FIRST LEADS WAY TO VICTORY   MYRTLE BEACH, SC August 29, 2014 – The Myrtle Beach Pelicans, Class A-Advanced affiliate of the Texas Rangers, defeated the Winston-Salem Dash 8-2 on Friday night at TicketReturn.com Field at Pelicans Ballpark. The Pelicans decreased their magic number to two in order to clinch the second half Southern Division title. Myrtle Beach scored three runs before Dash starter Nick Blount recorded an out in Friday’s five-run first inning. The Pelicans led the rest of the way, and the lead never shrunk to fewer than four runs. The Pelicans (36-31, 80-55) opened up the contest in the first inning with five runs. Chris Grayson extended his hitting streak to six games, leading […]

Charleston RiverDogs at Augusta GreenJackets (Game 2 of this 4-game series)

Charleston RiverDogs at Augusta GreenJackets (Game 2 of this 4-game series)

Last RiverDogs Game: August 29th DAVIS STRIKES DOWN GREENJACKETS, 6-1 Rookie Davis bookends his 2014 campaign with road wins at Augusta AUGUSTA, GA August 29, 2014 – Rookie Davis posted a career-high nine strikeouts in a quality start,leading the Charleston RiverDogs to a 6-1 victory against the Augusta GreenJacketson Friday evening at Lake Olmstead Stadium inSouth Atlantic Leagueaction. MichaelO’Neill led the RiverDogs offense with three hits while also scoring a run and driving inanother.The RiverDogs jumped up to 36-31 in the second half and 69-68 overall. TheGreenJackets fell to 27-40 and 61-74, respectively. Charleston evened the seasonseries at eight wins apiece and garnered a 1-0 edge in this four-game series.Davis wrapped up his third career quality start with a phenomenal […]

Rookie Davis Strikes Down Augusta GreenJackets, 6-1

Rookie Davis Strikes Down Augusta GreenJackets, 6-1

Rookie Davis bookends his 2014 campaign with road wins at Augusta Box Score: http://atmilb.com/1u6P6G4 AUGUSTA, GA August 29, 2014 – Rookie Davis posted a career-high nine strikeouts in a quality start, leading the Charleston RiverDogs to a 6-1 victory against the Augusta GreenJackets on Friday evening at Lake Olmstead Stadium in South Atlantic League action. Michael O’Neill led the RiverDogs offense with three hits while also scoring a run and driving in another. The RiverDogs jumped up to 36-31 in the second half and 69-68 overall. The GreenJackets fell to 27-40 and 61-74, respectively. Charleston evened the season series at eight wins apiece and garnered a 1-0 edge in this four-game series. In the first inning, the GreenJackets grabbed a […]

Flesh From Beached Bottlenose Whales Slaughtered was Dumped at Sea by Faroese Whale Killers

Flesh From Beached Bottlenose Whales Slaughtered was Dumped at Sea by Faroese Whale Killers

Sea Shepherd’s Drone Force Captures Images of Wasteful Dumping of Meat from these Rare Whales; Proves the Whalers Do Not Need to Continue Killing Cetaceans for Food by: Sea Shepherd Global SUDUROY, Faroe Islands August 29, 2014  – On the heels of yesterday’s horrific butchering of five rather rare Northern bottlenose whales who had beached themselves in the Faroe Islands, Sea Shepherd Conservation Society has discovered that a good portion of flesh from these whales — meat that the Faroese whalers claim they eat — was today dumped back into the ocean for no apparent reason. Upon learning that the whale meat was being dumped off a remote cliff, Sea Shepherd onshore volunteers sent up a drone to capture images […]

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