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Bengals’ 4th quarter drive sinks Vikings

The Spring Valley Vikings could not protect the football; they lost three interceptions and fumbled five times, and the Blythewood Bengals recovered three of those. More...

Cavaliers win tough 3-set match over Hammond

The Richland Northeast Cavaliers took three straight tight sets (29-27, 25- 22, 25- 21) from the Hammond Skyhawks in volleyball action at Hammond Friday, October 10. More...

Cavs pick a Queen

At Friday’s home game against Chapin High School on October 3, the Cavaliers named a new Homecoming Queen. More...

Ridge View selects King & Queen

Ridge View students, fans, and faculty celebrated a rainy Homecoming Friday, October 3 as the Blazer football team hosted North Augusta. More...

USTA honors McGuire

On October 9, the United States Tennis Association (USTA) announced its 2014 No-Cut Coach All- Star Team, which includes Bernie McGuire of Hammond School. More...

Dutch Fork dominates Body Shop Invitational

Dutch Fork’s Avery Dominick won the Body Athletics Invitational Cross Country Race held October 11 on the campus of Lexington High School in a time of 15:58.15. Dominick’s nearest competion, Malik Epps of James F. More...

Cyclones end Hammond’s run

After an hour into Hammond’s opening round SCISA 3A playoff match with the visiting Porter-Gaud Cyclones on Monday, October 13, things looked bleak for the Lady Skyhawks. Ann Martin Skelly and McKenzie Davis had taken quick victories at No. More...

Silver Foxes break Blazers

The Dutch Fork Silver Foxes began Region IV-4A play with a dominating 41-7 win over the Ridge View Blazers Friday, October 10. Dutch Fork opened the scoring with a 4-yard touchdown run by Clayton Jones to give the Silver Foxes a 7-0 lead. More...

Falcons dominate Cardinal Newman

Fresh off a victory over reigning SCISA 3A state champion Wilson Hall and hungry for another win that would likely have cemented a playoff berth, Cardinal Newman ran into a buzz saw Friday night at Ben Lippen. More...

Cards lose heartbreaker to Thomas Sumter

It took nearly fiveand half hours, three tiebreakers, and a lot of sweat and tears to complete the first round match of the SCISA 3A girls’ tennis playoff match featuring the Thomas Sumter Academy Lady Generals and the visiting Cardinal Newman More...

Bearcat becoming a Koala

Brookland-Cayce’s Megan Probert (sitting, third from right) signs her letter of intent to play soocer with Columbia College. More...