December 16, 2016 RSS feed / Sports

Dutch Fork doubles up Fort Dorchester

One…..step…..closer….. to history. And to perfection. The Dutch Fork Silver Foxes have history in their sights, and they aren’t about to let it go. More...

Many Shades of Gray compete at finals

Captain Vicki Williamson’s tennis team, Many Shades of Gray, won the city league playing out of Saluda Shoals Park.  The team advanced to the 2016 South Carolina USTA 3.5/Ladies/65 & over division held at Hilton Head Island, South Caro More...

Congaree Rapid FC qualifies 9 teams for 2016 President’s Cup

It was a banner year for Congaree Rapid FC as the soccer club qualified nine teams for the 2016 President’s Medal Cup held December 3-4 in Greenville at the MeSA Soccer Complex.   More...

Lady Redhawks soar past A.C. Flora

Westwood’s Unique Drake scored a game-high 22 points to lead the visiting Lady Redhawks to a 66-41 victory over the A.C. Flora Lady Falcons Tuesday, December 13. More...

Staley, Falcons fight to remain best in the state

The A.C. Flora Falcon boys’ basketball team enters the 2016-2017 season in a familiar role. A.C. Flora concluded the 2015- 2016 season by hoisting the 3A State Championship trophy at the Colonial Life Arena after defeating Midland Valley. More...

Dreher aims for state title repeat

For the third time since 2012 the Dreher Lady Blue Devils ended the season by raising a state championship trophy at Colonial Life Arena. More...

Bearcats season comes to an end against Wildcats

Brookland-Cayce’s magical season came to an end Friday, December 9, as the Bearcats fell to the Dillon Wildcats 34-21 at Fort Knox in the 3A semifinals.  More...

Dutch Fork, Knotts in a familiar place in December

For the fourth time in five years, the Dutch Fork football team will end the season at Williams-Brice Stadium. More...

Columbia knocks off Airport

The Columbia High girls’ basketball team used a solid all-around effort to defeat a visiting Airport squad 52-40 Tuesday, December 13.  Junior Syteria Dorsey led the Capitals with 16 points on the inside, while junior point guard Amina Cop More...

Eagles use strong second half to fly by Capitals

The Airport High boys’ basketball team was without its head coach, and the Eagles were on the road, but it didn’t seem to bother them during a 66-51 win against Columbia High Tuesday, December 13. More...

Cavaliers hope to rebound in 2016-2017

For the second straight season, the Richland Northeast Cavaliers saw their season end in the second round of the 3A playoffs. The 2015-2016 was a challenging year for Richland Northeast. More...