Football Schedule

(All games begin @ 7:30)

November 25 Playoff scheduleHartsville 48-A.C. Flora 10South Pointe 61-Airport 7Fort Dorchester 38-Blythewood 28Ridge View 24-Union County 20Conway 14-Spring Valley 0 December 2 Playoff scheduleBrookland-Cayce @ BlufftonWhite Knoll @ Dutch ForkRidge View @ South Aiken

Diamond Hornet receives honor

Cailah Hicklin is an outstanding student, a star athlete in three sports, and a respected school leader. To those distinctions, the Lower Richland High School senior now adds her selection as a 2016 Carolina Panthers Community Captain. This annual program recognizes 10 high school student-athletes in the Carolinas for leadership in the classroom, on the field, and in the community. […]

Ben Lippen sinks Northside

The Ben Lippen varsity boys’ basketball team (2- 0) won its home opener Tuesday night, November 29 defeating the Northside Crusaders 55-25 under the eye of newly minted Ben Lippen head coach John Combs. The Falcons had already defeated the Crusaders in the season opener at Northside behind the strength of Ryan McCray’s 24 points, most coming from outside. Tuesday […]

New era begins for Lady Vikings

A new era begins at Spring Valley as Megan Assey replaces Anne Long after eight years as Lady Vikings head coach. Assey comes to Spring Valley from River Bluff High School. She inherits a program that has been to the state championship game five times in the last eight seasons, winning four times. She also inherits a rebuilding job. Along […]

Falcons fly by Crusaders

The Ben Lippen Lady Falcon basketball team (2- 0) had a home away from home opener Tuesday night, November 29, hosting the Northside Christian Academy Crusaders at the Moore Center Gym on the Columbia International University campus. In their second matchup in as many weeks, the Falcons topped the Crusaders 48-26 to improve to 2-0 on the young season. Kristin […]

Wells pulls double duty while enjoying teams’ success

Brookland-Cayce basketball fans might have to be a little patient with the boys’ team should they get off to a slow start to the 2016-2017 season. One reason is Robert Wells is having to pull double duty in the month of November and into December as both boys‘ basketball coach and wide receivers coach for the Bearcats’ football team. Along […]

Foxes roll back Green Wave

Senior quarterback Reese Nichols ran for three touchdowns and passed for one, and runningbacks Ron Hoff and Jon Hall polished up their freshman resumes as each tallied a scoring run to lead the Dutch Fork Silver Foxes to a 41-7 win over the Summerville Green Wave in the second round of the 5A football playoffs Friday night, November 25, at […]

CMA receives landmark art donation from George and Chee Chee Walker

The Columbia Museum of Art is honored to receive 10 works of art from the estate of George and Chee Chee Walker. Informed and enthusiastic art collectors, the couple were dedicated patrons of the CMA for decades. Their generous gift to the community consists of seven paintings, two watercolors, and a bronze sculpture by internationally recognized British, European, and American […]

Columbia Classical Ballet’s 25th Anniversary Nutcracker focuses on reaching children of all ages

Celebrating its 25th Anniversary this year, Columbia Classical Ballet (CCB) brings the capital city another exciting year of Nutcracker performances. Artistic director Radenko Pavlovich comments, “This is all about the kids—we will reach somewhere around 3,000 children in six performances here and five performances in West Virginia. The message we bring to them, one of the most important in the […]

Downton Abbey jeweler coming to CMA

In conjunction with the major new exhibition CUT! Costume and the Cinema , featuring the glamour and artistry of cinematic couture, the Columbia Museum of Art announces the elegant fundraiser Prince of Downton Abbey: An Evening with Costume Jewelry Designer Andrew Prince, to be held Sunday, December 4, 5–8 p.m. A British jewelry designer, Prince is best known for his […]