September 16, 2011 RSS feed / Sports

Cavaliers crush Diamonds

Richland Northeast changed its game plan Friday, September 9, and it got the results head coach Jay Frye was looking for. The Cavaliers ran their record to 2-1 with a 30-0 blanking of Lower Richland at Harry Parone Stadium. More...

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Timberwolves tear through Brookland-Cayce

White Knoll quarterback Jake Beckett threw for three touchdowns, and the Timberwolves rushed for three more as they defeated the Brookland-Cayce Bearcats 45-16 Friday, September 9.  White Knoll, known for its strong ground game, rushed 45 times More...

Highlanders win Coaches Classic

The Heathwood Hall girls’cross country team won the Championship Division of the Coaches Classic cross country meet Saturday, September 10. More...

Cardinals fly by Falcons

Claire Edwards had nine kills and five blocks to lead the Cardinal Newman Cardinals to a straight set volleyball victory over the visiting Ben Lippen Falcons, 25-19, 25- 19, 25-16, Monday, September 12.  More...

Hammond rebuilds

The Hammond cross country teams completed the 2010 season with sixth and eighth finishes for the girls’ and boys’ teams respectivley at the SCISA 3A state championship. Head coach Edmund Prytherch faces different issues with both squads. More...

Wildcats survive shootout with Vikings

The good news for the Spring Valley football team is the 44 points it scored against Lexington Friday, September 9. The bad news? The Vikings’ defense had no answer for the Wildcats’ offense during a 63-44 loss in Lexington.  More...

Blood, Sweat, and Cheers...

Stories of the Clemson/South Carolina rivalry

The 1992 year was a tale of two seasons for the South Carolina Gamecocks and head coach Sparky Woods. The Gamecocks were in their first season of Southeastern Conference football, and it presented plenty of challenges for the Gamecocks. More...

Season Preview: Cross Country

Top two runners return for Heathwood

By Josh Cruse joshc@thecolumbiastar.com   More...

Eagles blast Blue Devils

Despite a slow start, the Airport Eagles stepped up their play and defeated the Dreher Blue Devils 3-1 Tuesday, September 13 to earn a key region win.  “I told them that I need Airport to show up and play ball because Airport hadn’t More...

Skyhawks handle Heathwood

Several of the Skyhawk volleyball players joined the Hammond chorus to belt out a stirring rendition of the national anthem before the match with Heathwood Hall Tuesday, September 13. More...

Cardinals get new baseball and soccer coaches

Cardinal Newman has announced two additions to its coaching staff. Terry Anton will serve as the new varsity baseball coach, and Kathleen Pollard will serve as the new girls’ soccer coach.  More...

Laymon finishes 12th at Kaua‘i 1/2 Marathon

Paul Laymon crosses the finish line at the Kaua‘i 1/2 Marathon Sunday, September 5. He finished 12th overall. Laymon is a member of the National Guard Marathon Team. More...