February 25, 2011 RSS feed / Sports

Diamond Hornets blast Hartsville

The Lower Richland boys’ basketball team had five players score in double– figures Friday night, February, 18 on the way to an impressive home playoff win against Hartsville, 70–47. More...

Lady Cards season comes to a close

Orangeburg Prep did not play like a team with 23 wins and an unblemished region record Friday, February 18. More...

Yellow Jackets regroup and advance

The Irmo boys’ basketball team had blown a 13–point lead during the fourth quarter of Saturday’s February 19 home playoff game against Hillcrest. More...

Lady Vikings head back to the Bi–Lo Center

For the third year in a row, the Spring Valley Lady Vikings will play in the Upper State Finals in Greenville, following a 55–36 win over the Spartanburg Lady Vikings Tuesday night, February 22. More...

Irmo win means semifinals back in black (and yellow)

On a night that began with AC/DC’s Back in Black accidentally playing in place of The Star Spangled Banner for a moment Tuesday night, February 22, it was the Black and Yellow of Irmo that are headed back to the Class 4A boys basketball semifin More...

Lower Richland and Coach Debbie Stroman—a winning combination

The Lower Richland Lady Diamond Hornets are no stranger to success. In fact since 1994, Lower Richland has won six state titles including four in a row from 2006–2009. More...

Charpia to lead B–C athletics

Rusty Charpia has been appointed to the position of athletic director and head football coach at Brookland–Cayce High School effective with the 2011–2012 school year. More...

Fulmer Middle girls win 3A division

The girls’ Fulmer Middle School basketball team captured its second 1st place finish in the 3A division and second undefeated regular season this year and won the 2nd place PAC Conference troph More...

Cavaliers clip Eagles to move to second round

The Richland Northeast Cavaliers fought off a second half rally by the Clover Eagles to win 62–48 in the first round of the Class 4A playoffs Wednesday, February 16 at the Northeast gym. More...

Lower Richland’s run ends early

The Lower Richland Lady Diamond Hornets took their earliest exit from the state playoffs since 2005, after losing to Crestwood 50–48 to Crestwood Thursday, February 17. More...

Lady Vikings punish Patriots

The Spring Valley Lady Vikings had little trouble advancing to the third round of the 4A playoffs after defeating J.L. Mann 72–38 Friday, February 19. More...

Highlanders roll through first round

The Hilton Head Christian Academy Lady Eagles threw everything they could at the Heathwood Hall Lady Highlanders, but the stronger, quicker, and taller team usually wins the battle, and that was the case February 18. More...

Cardinals cruise to 2nd round

Cardinal Newman showed why it was atop the SCISA AAA rankings for most of the year, cruising to a 78–60 victory against Northwood Academy Saturday, February 19 during first round state tournament action at Heathwood Hall in Columbia. More...

Diamond Hornets sting Tigers, head to Lower State finals

The Lower Richland Diamond Hornets, paced by a stingy zone defense and strong rebounding, defeated the Wilson Tigers, 53-50, Tuesday, February 22 at the Diamond Mine. More...

Hammond JV wins championship

The Hammond JV boys’ basketball team finished up its season with a 17–4 record, and ended up with a win against Cardinal Newman for the SCISA AAA Region I JV Championship. More...

Fulmer Middle boys win 3A division

The boys’ basketball team from Fulmer Middle School finished the regular season with a 10–4 record and took first place in the 3A division of the PAC Conference, a first for Fulmer. More...