March 30, 2018 RSS feed / Sports

Cardinals shut out Bearcats

The Cardinal Newman boys’ soccer team scored seven goals in the first 18 minutes of its match against the Brookland Cayce Bearcats en route to an 11-nil win Thursday, March 22 during the first day of the Airport Select Invitational.  More...

Cardinal Newman blanks Warriors

The Cardinal Newman Cardinals boys’ soccer team, recently ranked No. More...

Cardinals down Dutch Fork to win 4th Airport Select Invitational

Cardinal Newman freshman Garen Presnal scored two goals, and the Cardinal defense allowed just three shots en route to a 2-nil victory over the Dutch Fork Silver Foxes in the championship match of the 2018 Airport Select Invitational Sunday, March 25 More...

A.C. Flora blanks Dreher

The A.C. Flora boys’ tennis team earned a 6-0 win over the Dreher Blue Devils Tuesday, March 27 at the Cayce Tennis Center.  A.C. More...

Cardinals stare down Falcons

Gage Jeffcoat struck out 15 Falcon batters in six and two-thirds innings and drove in four runs, including the go-ahead runs in the sixth, as the Cardinal Newman Cardinals defeated the homestanding Ben Lippen Falcons 8-2 Tuesday, March 27.  More...

Vikings come alive against Jackets

Spring Valley starting pitcher Kyle Rogers went seven innings giving up one run, three hits, and striking out nine. More...

Dickerson sees bright future for semi-pro basketball team

When she is not leading the Ben Lippen girls’ basketball program, head coach Kristen Dickerson is the owner of a semiprofessional men’s basketball team.  The 2018 season marks the fifth season for her Carolina Crusaders. More...

Assey claims win No. 100

In a month that has already seen Airport’s varsity baseball coach Tim Perry and Gray Collegiate’s junior varsity boys‘ soccer coach Todd Wilkinson reach coaching milestones, Cardinal Newman baseball coach Charles Assey joined that g More...

Local schools prepare for spring break tournaments

For athletes at many local high schools, spring break offers tournaments to compete against teams from around the state and nation for championships.  Two such tournaments, the 13th annual Forest Acres Classic and 26th annual Nike Palmetto Cup, More...

Hammond grounds Airport

The Hammond Skyhawks got five goals in a 12-minute stretch in the first half to hold the Airport Eagles 5-1 on the second night of the Airport Select Invitational Friday night, March 23.  Hammond had 13 shots on goal against Airport keeper Kevin More...

Pinewood gets past Dreher

Pinewood’s Mikey McVeigh stopped the scoring drought in the 78th minute with a goal for the Panthers to down the Dreher Blue Devils 1-nil in the nightcap match of the Airport Select Invitational soccer tournament Friday night, March 23.  More...

Skyhawks sail past Highlanders

The Hammond Skyhawks jumped out to an 8- 0 first quarter lead and cruised to an 18-4 victory over the Heathwood Hall Highlanders in a SCISA region lacrosse match at Heathwood Hall Monday, March 26.  Hammond held a 17- 2 lead at halftime before h More...

Falcons soar past Cardinals

A.C. Flora’s men’s tennis team won five of six singles matches en route to a 6-3 victory over Cardinal Newman Monday, March 26 at the August Family Tennis Complex at Cardinal Newman. More...

Lady Cards blast Ben Lippen

Cardinal Newman’s Ayden Boatwright didn’t start the match, but that didn’t stop the senior captain from coming off the bench and scoring four goals to lead the visiting Lady Cardinals to a 6-0 victory over the Ben Lippen Lady Falcon More...

Cardinal Newman rolls on

Fresh off a championship at the Airport Select Invitational, the Cardinal Newman Cardinals rolled into Ben Lippen and dispatched the Falcons by a count of 5-0 in a SCISA Region I-3A match-up.  More...

Falcons get important win over Blue Devils

A first half goal from Griggs Vinsant and a strong defensive performance lifted the A.C. Flora Falcons to a 1-0 win over the Dreher Blue Devils Tuesday, March 27. More...

B-C arena still on track

Nearly nine months before the new Brookland Cayce High School basketball arena is expected to open, Lexington Two chief operations officer, Don Icenhower, said the construction is on schedule.  More...

A.C. Flora competes in regional strength meet

A.C. Flora placed 29 athletes in the top three of their respective weight classes, most of any school participating at the Region XI speed and strength meet Saturday, March 17.  Of these 29, 19 qualified for the upcoming state meet, an A.C. More...