May 15, 2009 RSS feed / Sports

Lady Panthers end Cardinals' championship dreams

Courtney Angotti- Smith scored three goals to lead the Pinewood Prep Lady Panthers to a 4- 1 victory over the Cardinal Newman Lady Cardinals in the SCISA AAA championship soccer match on Saturday, May 9, held at Porter- Gaud School. More...

Cardinals lose championship to Panthers in overtime

Brandon Ferro scored two goals as the Pinewood Prep Panthers won their sixth consecutive SCISA AAA soccer championship with a 4- 2 overtime victory over the Cardinal Newman Cardinals on Saturday, May 9 at Porter- Gaud School in Charleston. More...

Bearcats batter Battery Creek

In early April, the young Brookland- Cayce girls soccer team doubted it would even qualify for the playoffs - let alone earn a first- round home game. More...

Defensive Falcons hold off Red Raiders

When coach Jamie McClendon and his staff were preparing the A.C. Flora boys soccer team to face perennial power Greenville on Tuesday, May 12, the plan was simple. More...

Vikings blast Nation Ford

The Spring Valley Vikings scored three goals in the second half to run away from the visiting Nation Ford Falcons with a 4- 0 victory in the opening round of the class 4A boys soccer playoffs. More...

No champions, but plenty of winners

Patience, persistence, and practice pay off for the Hammond Skyhawk softball team.

On May 4, in its last regular season contest, Hammond School won its first softball game of the year. It was against the Ben Lippen Falcons. More...

Panthers come from behind to eliminate Skyhawks

The Pinewood Prep Panthers got a goal at Hammond with about a minute left in the match to eliminate the Skyhawks from the SCISA Region 3A playoffs Thursday, May 7. More...

Lewis leads Bearcats over Stall in first round

The Brookland- Cayce Bearcats cruised by the R.B. Stall Warriors in dominating fashion winning 9- 0 to advance to the second round. Taylor Lewis accounted for four of those goals, three by halftime. The Bearcats out shot R.B. More...

Vikings move to 18- 0 and Upper State championship match

Spring Valley boys' tennis coach Matt Herms challenged his team after a tight second round match with Dorman last week, and his words were apparently taken to heart. More...