Girls’ high school golf is getting into the full swing of their season. Mid Carolina Club in Prosperity hosted the Palmetto Preview on Tuesday, September 5th. The Lady Eagles of Chapin took the Team Championship with a team total of sixteen over par over Dorman High School at twenty-one overContinue Reading

By Thomas Grant Jr. Previous visits to Williams-Brice Stadium were “pretty cool experiences”, according to Furman safety Hugh Ryan. Playing at Dutch Fork High School afforded him the opportunity to play and win three state championships on the homefield of the University of South Carolina football team. The most notableContinue Reading

By Thomas Grant Jr. Don’t tell Irmo head coach Aaron Brand that Friday’s Top 10 showdown in Kellytown with Hartsville is a Class 4A championship preview. “It’s only the fourth game,” he said. “Nobody has ever won a title after 4 or 5 weeks.” The sixth-ranked Yellow Jackets refuse toContinue Reading

By Thomas Grant Jr. Since a season-opening loss to Irmo, the Chapin High School football team has won three straight games in dominating fashion. Led by quarterback Brady Albro’s 13 touchdowns (12 passing), the Eagles have outscored their last three opponents 128-21. In last Friday’s 27-14 win over Newberry, heContinue Reading

By Thomas Grant Jr. From a geographical and competitive standpoint, Lexington and Gilbert make for a natural rivalry. Twelve miles separate the two schools, and the Wildcats and Indians enter Friday’s matchup ranked in their respective Top 10 polls with undefeated marks. All it up together and the timing worksContinue Reading

By Thomas Grant Jr. The “official” first half of the regular season is over for Gray Collegiate football. The War Eagles closed out the non-region portion of their schedule with a 30-12 win over Camden. With the victory, Gray Collegiate moved into the top position of the Class 2A rankingsContinue Reading

By Thomas Grant Jr. The start of Region 4-5A volleyball play means the anticipation of the annual clashes between town rivals Lexington and River Bluff. Each year, the two teams’ regular-season matchups take on a playoff atmosphere whether in The Swamp or Wildcat Gymnasium. The former is the site forContinue Reading