By Thomas Grant Jr. Change is the theme round the Chapin High School football program. As refurbishments continue at Cecil Woolbright Field Stadium, the Eagles are beginning a new era at the head coaching position. After 14 seasons and close to 90 victories, Justin Gentry decided to retire as theContinue Reading

By Thomas Grant Jr. Chapin golfer Chase Cline won the South Carolina Golf Association’s 66th annual Junior Championship held June 11-13 at the Woodcreek Club in Elgin. He had a 3-day score of 3-under-par 213 to beat out Coleman Ferguson of Columbia and Bennett Scaletta of Belton each by oneContinue Reading

By Thomas Grant Jr. The S.C. Coaches Association of Women’s Sports held its annual sports banquet on June 8 at Brookland Baptist Church in Cayce. For the second straight year, the organization which recognizes the top female athletes in the state awarded its fall, winter, and spring award recipients atContinue Reading

By Thomas Grant Jr. The Chapin High School golf team closed out the season on a high note. Pictured above Chapin golf coach Greg Hamm holds the Class 5A runner-up trophy. Chapin finished second behind Boiling Springs by one stroke in the South Carolina High School League Class 5A tournament heldContinue Reading

By Thomas Grant, Jr. About two weeks ago, the Chapin softball team was one loss away from post-season elimination. The Lady Eagles responded with four straight wins to claim the Class 5A District Five title. On Wednesday, they found themselves in a similar position in the Lower State playoffs followingContinue Reading

By Thomas Grant, Jr. Chapin High School celebrated its student-athletes during its Spring Sports signing day on April 17th. Nine exceptional individuals committed to continuing their athletic endeavors at colleges and universities by signing letters of intent. The accomplished signees and their respective sports programs are as follows: These dedicatedContinue Reading

By Thomas Grant, Jr. The Chapin weightlifting team, under the leadership of head coach David Prince, won the Class 5A state weightlifting championship on March 27. Russell Gentry placed 1st and John Rossi was 3rd in the 160-pound weight class. (Photo by Chapin Eagle Club)Continue Reading

By Thomas Grant Jr. Both Chapin High School soccer teams entered Spring Valley atop the Region 4-5A standings. On Friday, the Lady Eagles got a goal from Natalia Todaro and five saves from goalkeepers Addison Bagnal and Olivia Bradley for the 1-0 road victory over River Bluff. They improved toContinue Reading

By Thomas Grant, Jr. The Chapin boys soccer team defeated Lexington 2-0 Monday in its Region 4-5A opener.Luke Hilton and Wyatt Jordan accounted for both goals by the Eagles. The Chapin girls’ soccer team is riding a 13-game unbeaten streak. It had posted seven straightshutouts prior to the 3-2 winContinue Reading