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

By Thomas Grant Jr. A back injury kept Andee Dircks off the softball field for much of her junior year. Through the first month of the season, the University of Michigan signee is making up for lost time. The Lady Eagles’ senior had 11 RBI and two home runs throughContinue Reading

By Thomas Grant Jr. It was a successful weekend for the Chapin girls’ soccer team. The Lady Eagles defeated Fort Mill on penalty kicks (0-0) 6-5 on Sunday to win the Blue Division of the Crescent Cup at Airport High School. Goalkeeper and Newberry College-bound senior Olivia Bradley made theContinue Reading

The National Beta members from Chapin High School and Dutch Fork High School are celebrating remarkable successes at the South Carolina Senior Division Beta State Convention held in Myrtle Beach. The Beta State Convention provides students with opportunities to compete in various academic and STEM-based, virtual, and performing arts competitions.Continue Reading

By Thomas Grant, Jr. Chapin High School had two state champions crowned in individual wrestling this past weekend in Anderson. Toler Hornick (left) defeated River Bluff’s Reese Lawrence to win at 190 pounds. Preston White won the 113-pound division, defeating Dutch Fork’s Jackson Stocker in the final. Other Eagles whoContinue Reading

Unforgettable Moments from Jan. 26 Doubleheader By Thomas Grant, Jr. In a ceremony held between the doubleheader on January 26 against Lexington, Chapin High School paid tribute to its senior boys and girls basketball players and staff, creating a memorable Senior Night experience for all. The senior boys, Weston Brueng,Continue Reading

Chapin High School once again demonstrated its commitment to community service by hosting its annual Winter Giving Assembly. This heartwarming event is a testament to the generosity and compassion of the student body, showcasing their dedication to making a positive impact on the Columbia area. This year’s Winter Giving AssemblyContinue Reading

By Thomas Grant, Jr. The much-anticipated finalized classification for the South Carolina High School League school years from 2024-26 were released Tuesday. Class 5A schools in Richland and Lexington schools will increase will three moving up from Class 4A. This group includes for the first time Irmo, along with RidgeContinue Reading

In a heartwarming showcase of compassion and community engagement, Chapin High School recently hosted its Winter Giving Assembly, a beloved tradition that exemplifies the true spirit of the season. Students, families, and faculty came together to spread joy and make a positive impact on the lives of others. Literacy Triumph:Continue Reading

In a momentous achievement, Chapin High School extends a resounding congratulations to senior Cayman Collins for breaking the 1,000-point milestone in his basketball career. This remarkable accomplishment reflects not only individual skill but also dedication, hard work, and a passion for the game. Cayman Collins’s journey to reaching this significantContinue Reading