April 22, 2011 RSS feed / Sports

Late Falcon goal dooms Eagles

The matchup between the A.C. Flora Falcons and Airport Eagles was a scoreless deadlock for 77 minutes. More...

Palmetto Cup Results

Match # 1 : Lexington 4- 1Riverside; Goals: (L) HunterBailey 9', (L) Sammy Andrews23', (R) Michael cash 40', (L)Daniel Bretz 69', (L) RustinMcAli More...

Skyhawks handle Heathwood

The Hammond boys’ soccer team scored early and often, beating a persistent Heathwood Hall squad 3–0 Tuesday, April 19. More...

Highlanders pull away from Hammond

The Hammond Lady Skyhawks kept things close on the pitch throughout the first half, but towering kicks by a trio of Heathwood Hall sophomores proved to be too much as the Lady Highlanders dominated 3–1 on the road Tuesday, April 19. More...

Highlanders down Ben Lippen

The Ben Lippen Falcons committed seven errors helping the visiting Heathwood Hall Highlanders to a 9– 4 victory Tuesday, April 19. More...

Ben Lippen blasts Cardinals

Greg Williamson pitched a complete game and drove in two runs to lead the Ben Lippen Falcons to a 10–3 victory over the visiting Cardinal Newman Cardinals Thursday, April 14. More...

Eagles come from behind to beat Flora

For 69 minutes, the Airport Lady Eagles trailed the A. C. Flora Lady Falcons. However, a shot by Emily Jeffcoat changed the complexion and the outcome of the matchup, as Airport won 2–1 in penalty kicks. More...

Bearcats start Palmetto Cup with win

On the first day of Palmetto Cup competition, the Brookland–Cayce Bearcats picked up their first win of the tournament defeating the Greenville Red Raiders 3–1 Monday, April 18. “It was a good win for us. More...

Cardinals continue to be giant killers

Cardinal Newman coach Will Eudy had reason for concern after his Cardinals beat Norman (Okla.) North 2–1, ranked No. More...

Cardinals eye titles, while Ben Lippen fights for playoffs

Cardinal Newman Coach Will Eudy has his Cardinals riding high as the season winds down. More...

Student does not become the teacher as Hammond beats Heathwood

Hammond put a nice bow on its seniors’ last home match, beating Heathwood Hall 7–2 Tuesday, April 19 on a day when temperatures soared into the 90s. More...