February 17, 2017 RSS feed / Sports

Reese helps Falcons tame Bulldogs

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Local schools dominate SCISA wrestling individual championships

Representatives from nine teams congregated at Hammond on Saturday, February 11 to compete in the SCISA Wrestling Individual State Championships. Competition began at 10 a.m. with the preliminary rounds. More...

Bengals fight off Vikings

Charles Jackson led the way in the first half, and Keith Matthews took over in the second half. More...

Spring Valley blows by Lady Trojans

The Spring Valley Lady Vikings took a little while to get going in their Class 5A playoff opener against the visiting James Island Lady Trojans Tuesday, February 14, but once they did, they never looked back en route to an 81-46 victory and a date wi More...

Gray Collegiate soars to second round

It took the Gray Collegiate Academy girls’ basketball team three years to make the playoffs, but once there, the War Eagles played as though they’ve been there for years.  With a 66-36 win against Greenville’s St. More...

Smith tabbed to coach Bengals

The Richland District Two School Board voted Tuesday, February 14 to approve Brian Smith as the new head football coach at Blythewood High School. Smith, a business teacher, will take over the reigns of the Bengal football program immediately. More...

Highlanders aim to stay among SCISA best in 2017

There are two images most Heathwood Hall boys’ soccer fans carry with them from the 2016 season. The first is a 2-1 win over three-time defending SCISA State Champion Cardinal Newman at George Watson Field. More...

2017 Region V-AAAA All-Region Girls’ Team

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Blazers gallop to 2nd round

Ridge View’s Kaiden Rice scored a game-high 17 points to lead the Blazers to a 63-49 victory over the visiting Daniel Lions in the first round of the Class 4A playoffs Wednesday, February 15. More...

Westwood banishes Bears

Adam Douglas scored 12 points, and Cameron Wormack and Russell Jones added 11 each to lead the Westwood Redhawks to a 53-35 victory over the visiting Belton-Honea Path Bears in the first round of the boys’ Class 4A basketball playoffs Wednesday, Febr More...

Spring Valley downs Bengals

The Spring Valley Lady Vikings battled back from an early 12-4 hole and from a seven-point halftime deficit with a big fourth quarter to down the Blythewood Lady Bengals 74-59 in the teams’ final Region V-5A contest of the season Friday night, More...

Ben Lippen athletes sign National Letters of Intent

Katie Cauble signs her National Letter of Intent to continue her soccer career at Erskine College. More...

Ridge View trounces Wren

Ridge View’s Lady Blazers, region champs in Region III-4A and the top 4A seed in the state, overcame a ten-point first quarter deficit to gain traction in the second quarter and cruise to a 61-37 win over the Wren Lady Hurricanes in a first rou More...

Brookland-Cayce shuts down Bobcats

The Brookland- Cayce Bearcats got 19 points from Dominique Perry, 16 from Sammy Lykes, and 15 from Marquis McCoy as they defeated the Bluffton Bobcats 80- 69 in the first round of the 3A playoffs Tuesday, February 14.  More...

2017 Region III-AAAA All-Region Girls’ Team

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2017 Region III-AAAA All-Region Boys’ Team

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