February 8, 2019 RSS feed / Sports

Skyhawks are State Champs!

Down one of their best wrestlers and facing one of the most competitive fields in years, the Hammond Skyhawks claimed their first SCISA State Wrestling Championship since 2013 by dominating Augusta Christian (60-22), squeaking by Ben Lippen (40-39), More...

Blue Devils fall to Devildogs

The Dreher Blue Devils hosted the Travelers Rest Devildogs and Pickens Blue Flame Saturday, February 2 in the first round of the Class 4A State Wrestling Duals. More...

Cardinals are State Champs

 The Cardinal Newman Lady Cardinals, 2018-2019 SCISA Bowling State Champions (l-r): Front row-Mya Horn, Kali Bowman, Kellis Nguyen, Natalie Pickel, Mary Kathryn Gillespie, and Elaina Russell; Back row-Assistant Coach Ashlee Lasecki, Hope Commins More...

Skyhawks slip by Highlanders

The Hammond Lady Skyhawks got important buckets from Eme Mc- Queen and Tyra Myers to pull off a 34-31 win over the visiting Heathwood Hall Lady Highlanders Friday, February 1. More...

Blazers gallop away from scrappy Cavaliers in the fourth

Richland Northeast head coach JoJo English has the Cavaliers playing the kind of scrappy, gutsy basketball that have characterized some of the Cavs’ better teams in the last decade. More...

Lady Cards double up Ben Lippen

Ashlyn Watkins struck early in the first half and teammate Audrey Meyers took the baton after halftime as both players finished with a game-high 14 points each in leading the Cardinal Newman Lady Cardinals to a 61-30 win over the Ben Lippen Falcons i More...

Big 2nd powers Cardinal Newman

Ben Lippen’s Falcons put up a strong fight in the first quarter, but a 25-4 run by Cardinal Newman in the second stanza gave the Cardinals a 40-16 halftime lead before they put it on cruise control to take an 81-42 win over the Falcons Tuesday More...

SCISA semifinals come down to final matches

After the Columbia schools cruised through the opening round of the SCISA Wrestling State Championships at Ben Lippen Saturday, February 2, they came together for two classic semifinal matches.  The Cardinal Newman Cardinals and Heathwood Hall H More...

Eagles soar to Lower State title match

The Airport Eagles welcomed Lower Richland and Hartsville to campus Saturday, February 2 for the first round of the Class 4A State Wrestling Duals. More...

Ridge View overpowers RNE

Sophomore center Laila Acox had a game-high 23 points and led a parade of ten Blazers who got in the scorebook as the Ridge View Blazers stampeded the Richland Northeast Cavaliers 64-15 in a Region 3-4A girls’ basketball matchup Friday night, F More...

Hammond rallies to beat Heathwood Hall

Josh Lipsitz scored a team-high 16 points, and Tucker Toman added ten points as the Hammond Skyhawks mounted a fourth quarter comeback to defeat the Heathwood Hall Highlanders 52-46 Friday, February 1.  More...

Lady Diamonds shine at Flora

Lower Richland’s Laniya Smith scored a game-high 16 points to lead the visiting Lady Diamond Hornets to a 48-29 win over the A. C. Flora Lady Falcons in a Region 4-4A clash Tuesday, February 5.  More...

Falcons down LR in OT

The A.C. More...