April 8, 2011 RSS feed / Sports

Vikings can’t cool off Cavaliers

The Richland Northeast Cavaliers stayed red hot winning their third straight ball game thanks to Domineke Albert who went 3–for–4 with a home run, an RBI, and run to lead the visiting Cavaliers over Spring Valley 5–3 Friday, April 1 More...

Cardinals beat Bearcats

Cardinal Newman used goals from four different players to defeat Brookland–Cayce 4–0 Saturday, April 2 in the second annual Soccer for a Cure at the Cage.  More...

Falcons bury Bulldogs

Aaron Poole wasted little time setting the tone for the nightcap of the opening day at the Forest Acres Classic. The A.C. More...

Skyhawks outlast Cardinal Newman

Alexander Daniels went 2–for–4 with three runs batted in as the Hammond Skyhawks defeated the visiting Cardinal Newman Cardinals in a wild 15– 10 contest Tuesday, April 5.  More...

Lady Cards fly by Hammond

Consistent pitching, patient hitters, and steady fielding were the elements the Cardinal Newman softball team had, and the Hammond School team did not, as the visiting Lady Cardinals dominated 19–2 Tuesday, April 5.  The two had met earlie More...

Brookland–Cayce zones in against Airport

Brookland– Cayce’s winning streak improved to four games after defeating rival Airport.  Despite it being April 1, the Bearcats weren’t pulling any April fools as they scored in the second minute following a goal from Herbert C More...

Vikings take opener from Laurens

The Forest Acres Classic opened late to bright sunshine and gusty winds Tuesday, April 5. More...

Demons down Devils

The battle of Blue Devils and Demons had to be put off a day due to field conditions at the Forest Acres Classic Tuesday, April 5, but the Lugoff– Elgin Demons managed to scrape by the Dreher Blue Devils 2–1 despite committing four errors More...

Bearcats and Eagles have reasons for optimism down the stretch

Brookland–Cayce  The 2011 season has been a pleasant surprise for Brookland–Cayce head boys’ soccer coach Kevin Heise. His Bearcats sit at 9–4–1 as they prepare for the final five weeks of the season.  More...

Coach not treading water

Tripp Montgomery, who is directing the efforts at Carolina Aquatics, is sweating the small stuff.  More...