January 20, 2017 RSS feed / Sports

Lady Skyhawks battle back to beat Heathwood

The visiting Heathwood Hall Lady Highlanders jumped out to an 8- 0 lead and were ahead 22- 13 after two quarters, but the Hammond Lady Skyhawks outscored them 35- 13 in the second half to win 48-35 in a SCISA Region I- 3A battle January 13.  More...

Former Vikings celebrate FCS Championship

For most college football fans, January is just the beginning of a long trek to August. However, for a few fan bases, January is a special time when dreams come true. More...

Lower Richland’s Nelson sinks Falcons

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Lady Diamonds overpower A.C. Flora

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Davis leads Foxes past Spring Valley

Led by senior guard and Dayton-signee Jordan Davis’s 25 points, the Dutch Fork Silver Foxes pulled away in the fourth quarter to down the Spring Valley Vikings 77-70 in a Region V- 5A boys basketball game Friday night, January 13 at Spring Vall More...

LR beats Cards in OT

The Cardinal Newman Cardinals came back from a nine-point halftime deficit to force overtime against the Lower Richland Diamond Hornets, but Lower Richland regained control in the extra time to win 61-57.  More...

Raiders top Lakewood in OT

Keenan’s Tariq Simmons scored a game-high 20 points to lead the Raiders to a 53-49 overtime victory over the Lakewood Gators.  Rodriguez Marshall added 11 points for the Raiders, and Dontrell Sligh finished with eight. More...

Legends honored at MLK Bash

South Carolina basketball legends were honored at the Crescent Construction MLK Bash Monday, January 16 by tournament organizer Carey Rich, a former C.A. Johnson, Western Carolina, and University of South Carolina basketball standout.  More...

Vikings sail past Bengals

Spring Valley won the last two girls’ state 4A basketball championships. Play-making guard Christian Hithe moved on to graduation and the college game. More...

Bengals claw Vikings

Here are your ingredients– superior height and athleticism, six players in double figures, and a 32-16 second quarter explosion– and the Blythewood Bengals mixed it to perfection in a 96-66 lashing of the Spring Valley Vikings in a Region More...

Falcons overpower Skyhawks

The Ben Lippen girls’ basketball team (11-4, 2-1) went on the road Tuesday night, January 17 and defeated Hammond (4-8, 0-3) 50-31 in a SCISA 3A Region I matchup.  More...

Dreher overwhelms Columbia

The Dreher Blue Devils opened up a 13-point first quarter lead over the visiting Columbia Capitals and cruised to a 56-41 victory Friday, January 13.  Dreher came out of the gates hot, scoring 14 of the first 16 points. Simon Grant, T.J. More...

Lady Blue Devils too much for Lady Capitals

The Dreher Lady Blue Devils raced out to a 17-3 first quarter lead and cruised to a 56-41 win over the Columbia Lady Capitals Friday, January 13.  More...

Hammond outlasts Highlanders

Lucas Prickett came off the bench and did not score his first points until the start of the second quarter, but he finished with a game-high 17 points to lead the Hammond Skyhawks to a 44-42 victory over the visiting Heathwood Hall Highlanders in a S More...

Spring Valley's big third quarter downs Dutch Fork

The Spring Valley Vikings rode a huge third quarter and the play-making of sophomore guard Ashley Williamson to a 69- 43 win over the Dutch Fork Silver Foxes Friday night, January 13 in a girls’ Region V-5A basketball clash at Spring Valley. More...

Cavs handle Heathwood

Richland Northeast’s Tashawn Brockington scored 14 first-half points and a game-high 20 overall to lead the Cavaliers to a 52-42 victory over the Heathwood Hall Highlanders.  Marquise Riley added ten for RNE, and James Fuller-Davis and Im More...

Wilson breaks Blazers

The Wilson Tigers had four players in double figures in a 66-50 victory over the Ridge View Blazers. Alex Caldwell, who transferred from Richland Northeast, and Jamal Bryant led the way for Wilson with 12 points each. More...

Gray flies by Falcons

Gray Collegiate’s Jalek Felton and A.C. Flora’s James Reese put on a show as Felton scored 41 points for the War Eagles, and Reese dropped 31 for the Falcons. More...

Cardinals pull away from Falcons

The Cardinal Newman (10-8, 2-1) boys’ basketball team defeated Ben Lippen (6-10, 1-1) Friday night, January 13 as the hot-shooting Cardinals outscored the Falcons 81- 69. More...

Falcons surpass Skyhawks in triple overtime thriller

For the second year in a row, the Ben Lippen boys’ varsity basketball team took Hammond to triple overtime in the Skyhawks own gym. More...

Long receives honor

Former Dutch Fork and Spring Valley girls’ basketball head coach Anne Long is one of 22 high school coaches across the country to receive the 2016 National Federation of State High School Association’s National Coach of the Year.  More...

Former Bearcat head coach inducted into Hall-of-Fame

The Brookland-Cayce High School Education Foundation has selected Abbot “Abby” Laroy Bray Jr. posthumously as its 2017 Educator Hall of Fame Inductee. More...