March 3, 2017 RSS feed / Sports

River Bluff claims second annual Capital City Classic

Cardinal Newman 4, A.C. Flora 0   The Cardinal Newman Cardinals hosted the A.C. Flora Falcons in the first round of the Capital City Cup Wednesday, February 22, and they weren’t very accomodating beating the Falcons 4-nil.  More...

Cyclones end Skyhawks’ flight

Porter-Gaud’s Josiah Jordan James and Jake Lanford scored 13 points each to lead the Cyclones to a 43-32 win over the Hammond Skyhawks in the quarterfinals of the SCISA boys’ 3A basketball playoffs at the Sumter Civic Center Wednesday, Fe More...

Cardinals blast Ben Lippen

After the No. 1 upper state seed earned a first round bye, Cardinal Newman took its first step towards the SCISA championship game by defeating Ben Lippen 73-49 Wednesday, February 22 at the Sumter Civic Center.  More...

Lady Diamonds fall short against Wilson

Shamiyah Barnes and D’asia Gregg went to work early and closed with a flourish, leading the Wilson Lady Tigers through a big second half and a 49- 35 win over the Lower Richland Lady Diamond Hornets in the Lower State Girls 4A championship game More...

Dillon ends B-C run

Head coach Robert Wells summed up the season for the Brookland- Cayce Bearcats.  More...

Unusual goals propel B-C past Eagles

The visiting Brookland Cayce Bearcats got a gift and an unorthodox goal to down the Airport Eagles 2-0 February 28 in the inaugural Lexington 2 Cup.  More...

Sandhills athlete signs National Letter of Intent

Miguel Posada signs his National Letter of Intent Wednesday, February 22 to continue his soccer career at Southern Wesleyan University. More...

A.C. Flora handles Highlanders

Ada Jenkins and Kathryn Roberts scored second half goals to lead the A.C. More...

Cardinals fly by Pinewood

With the Cardinal Newman girls, Heathwood boys, and Ben Lippen girls all suffering semifinal losses in the SCISA 3A semifinals, the Cardinal Newman boys team was the last hope for the Columbia-area SCISA schools, and it did not disappoint. More...

Porter-Gaud stops Heathwood Hall

The Porter- Gaud Cyclones jumped out to a 5-0 lead and essentially never looked back beating the Heathwood Hall Highlanders 67-44 in the semifinals of the SCISA 3A boys’ basketball playoffs.  Aaron Nesmith led the way for Porter-Gaud scori More...

CCB comes back to the stage for a 25th anniversary encore

Columbia Classical Ballet finishes its 25th Season with a performance of the joyful, hope-filled Oz. A series of social media “standing ovations,” however, made it plain that CCB’s fans longed for one more view of this company. More...

J.L. Mann wins 25th Annual Viking Cup

Spring Valley 1,Indian Land 1(Vikings advance on PKs) Spring Valley’s Karolina De la Paz broke through the Indian Land for a goal in the 25th minute for the Vikings. More...

Highlanders outlast Swampcats

Heathwood Hall’s Matthew Lee scored a game-high 24 points, and Josh Caldwell got 18 points in the second half to lead the Highlanders to a 61-57 victory over the Laurence Manning Swampcats in the quarterfinals of the SCISA boys’ 3A basket More...

Bengals take Jackets to OT, move to state title game

The Blythewood Bengals had to go to overtime with the Irmo Yellow Jackets to earn their first trip to a state chempionship basketball final, beating the Jackets 61-50 in the lower state boys’ 5A championship game Saturday night, February 25 at More...

Lower Richland upsets Tigers

Senior Ja’Cor Nelson pitched in 10 of his game-high 22 points in a titanic fourth quarter in leading the Lower Richland Diamond Hornets to a 46-43 win over the Wilson Tigers in the Lower State Boys 4A basketball championship Friday night, Febru More...

Keenan slams War Eagles

While most eyes were on Gray Collegiate’s Jalek Felton, it was Keenan’s Tariq Simmons who stole the show, scoring a game-high 31 points, in the Raiders 73-58 win over the War Eagles in the 2A boys’ Upper State Championship in Greenv More...

Lady Bearcats shut down Airport

Catherine McKeown scored with a header on a Kayann Glass corner kick, Shannon Favor scored twice on assists from Jennifer Gonzalez and Elizabeth McGee, and Brionna Mack got a rebound for Brookland-Cayce to give the visiting Lady Bearcats a 4-0 victor More...

Cardinals fall to Cyclones in state title game

The Cardinal Newman Cardinals came out roaring in the second half in the SCISA 3A state championship against the Porter-Gaud Cyclones Saturday, February 25 in Sumter. More...

Lady Vikings blank Ben Lippen

The visiting Spring Valley Lady Vikings defeated the Ben Lippen Lady Falcons 4-0 Tuesday, February 28.  Viking goals came from Austin Lea in the 22nd minute, Mika McAnally in the 28th minute, Maya Hamzy in the 42nd minute, and Alex Ramos in the More...

Cardinal Newman falls in OT to First Baptist

The Baptist Lady Hurricanes trailed the Cardinal Newman Lady Cardinals 31- 25 with three minutes to play in the SCISA 3A girls’ basketball semifinals, but they stormed back to tie the game at 31-31 only to fall behind by two twice before gettin More...

Northwood too much for Ben Lippen

The Northwood Lady Chargers got 16 points each from Angel Middleton and Carrington Simpson and 13 from McKenzie Yon to overwhelm the Ben Lippen Lady Falcons by a final count of 75-32 in the semifinals of the SCISA girls’ 3A basketball semifinal More...

Westwood Actors’ Theatre presents The Wiz!

Westwood Actors’ Theatre will present The Wiz March 15 and 16, 2017, at the Westwood Auditorium at 7 p. m. More...