(BOYS)Class 5A1. Lexington2. Summerville3. Byrnes4. Dorman5. Goose Creek6. Cane Bay7. TL Hanna8. Blythewood9. Clover10. St. James Class 4A1. Ridge View2. Greer3. Catawba Ridge4. Lancaster5. Wilson6. Westside7. Riverside8. North Augusta9. Westwood10. James Island CLASS 2A1. Gray Collegiate 2. Oceanside Collegiate3. Hampton County4. Strom Thurmond5. Mullins6. Bishop England7. Marion8. Andrew Jackson 9.
Marion Dupont-Scott responsible for inaugurating the nation’s premier steeplechase event 53 years ago By W. Thomas Smith Jr. There is so much to celebrate about South Carolina and yet far too much is either taken for granted or simply not known. Take for instance our equestrian (horse) culture, history, and
By Thomas Grant Jr. The “hot potato” battle over the S.C. High School League Class 5A competitive cheer title continued Saturday at Colonial Life Arena. Over the past five years, Chapin and Lexington high schools have gone back and forth as champions. Last year, the Lady Eagles placed third behind
By Thomas Grant Jr. High school basketball season is back. This weekend will see the first of three preseason tournaments taking place in Lexington County. It starts with the inaugural Preview Jamboree Saturday at the new Gray Collegiate Academy gymnasium. Ten games, including two girls varsity contests, will take place.
By Thomas Grant Jr. “Hot potato” is the best way to describe the recent championship history of South Carolina competitive cheer in Class 5A. The annual state finals returns Saturday to Colonial Life Arena. It’s expected Lake Murray schools Lexington, River Bluff, Dutch Fork and Chapin will once again contend
Dutch Fork baseball players Connor McKee, Jesse English, Matthew Rollison (Presbyterian College) & Hunter Phipps (College of Charleston). Precious Bross of Irmo with her teammates and head coach Feature Photo: Chapin student-athletes – Abby Edwards (volleyball – Virginia Commonwealth University), Katelyn Long (volleyball – Newberry College), Campbell Long (diving – Auburn University),
By Thomas Grant Jr. Since 1929, aspiring youth baseball players have found a home to compete with the South Carolina American Legion. With chapters throughout the Palmetto State, it has seen numerous alumnus go on to play either college or Major League Baseball. The list of renowned former South Carolina
The Chapin Athletic Leadership Institute (CALI) at Chapin High School is hosting best-selling author Jon Gordon via teleconference during their November 7th meeting. The student athletes are studying Gordon’s book called The Power of a Positive Team. In the book, Gordon lays out a plan that anyone can follow. He asks the reader to
By Thomas Grant Jr. Before embarking on a legendary Major League Baseball career with the New York Yankees, Bobby Richardson perfected his craft in American Legion. The same is true for Columbia native Jerry Martin and the late Billy O’Dell. On Nov. 2, the trio along with three other former
By Thomas Grant Jr. Win or hope not to stay home. That’s the scenario both Chapin and River Bluff face this Friday when they meet in the regular-seasonfinale at Cecil Woolbright Field. Both teams share the game overall and Region 4-5A record. The Eagles (5-4, 0-3) and Gators (5-4, 0-3)are