November 17, 2017 RSS feed / Sports

Hammond headed back to the championship

The good news for the visiting Porter-Gaud Cyclones was that they outscored the Hammond Skyhawks 14-0 in the second half of the SCISA 3A semifinals Friday, November 10. More...

Falcons fall to Swampcats

Despite scoring 14 points over the final 5:43 of the ballgame, the Ben Lippen Falcons came up short in a 43-40 loss to the Laurence Manning Swampcats Friday, November 10 to see their 2017 season end in the 3A SCISA semifinals. More...

Ben Lippen Cheerleaders are State Champs!

The Ben Lippen Falcon Cheerleaders won the 2017 SCISA 3A State Cheer Competition at the Sumter County Civic Center November 9. More...

Vikings aim higher in 2017-2018

Coach: Perry DozierPlayoffs: First round of the 5A playoffs 2016-2017 record: 6-12Region V-5A More...

Lower Richland’s Hail Mary answered against Myrtle Beach

Down 17 points with just over nine minutes left to play in the fourth quarter, Lower Richland quarterback Tevaughn Higgins unleashed five touchdown bombs in the second half, the last one as time expired, to carry the Diamond Hornets to a 34-31 win ov More...

Area teams fighting hard in playoffs

The third weekend in November means championship time for SCISA and quarterfinals for everyone else.  Hammond   Hammond prepares for its 11th trip to the 3A SCISA State Championship game under coach Erik Kimrey. More...

Local athletes sign National Letters of Intent

Brookland-Cayce’s Nathan Walton signes his National Letter of Intent to continue his swimming career at the University of South Carolina. He is joined by his parents Ed and Sue Walton. More...