February 3, 2012 RSS feed / Sports

Eagles hold off shorthanded Bearcats

The Airport boys’ basketball team held off Brookland Cayce for a gutsy 60-47 road win Friday, January 27 as Quan Bovain and Manny Polston led the Eagles with 14 points each.  More...

Airport beats B-C, but that’s not the whole story

For the Airport girls’ basketball team, it was an ugly win against an overmatched opponent while trying to salvage the season with senior star Taylor Vinson out for the year with a knee injury.  For Brookland-Cayce, the 39-22 loss at home More...

Hammonds delivers for Cavaliers

Richland Northeast’s Travis Hammonds struck for two key 3-point bombs in the last two minutes of the game to carry the Cavaliers past the Ridge View Blazers, 47-45, in a key Region 4-4A contest Friday, January 27 before a rowdy crowd at the Rid More...

Diamond Hornets blow out Blue Devils

The Lower Richland Diamond Hornets finished the week with another blowout win, defeating the Dreher Blue Devils 74-44 Friday, January 27. “Dreher gave us all we could handle, but our guys made adjustments. More...

Cardinals pin fourth straight title in dramatic fashion

The Cardinal Newman Cardinals survived a final- round showdown with the Hammond Skyhawks, 42-36, at Cardinal Newman Saturday, January 28 to capture their fourth consecutive SCISA state wrestling duals championship.  More...

Raiders outlast Spring Valley

This one was a rollercoaster ride. When the coaster screeched to the final gate, the Keenan Raiders were hanging on, but just barely.  More...

Blue Devils down Airport

The Dreher Blue Devils prevailed in a nip and tuck battle with the Airport Eagles winning 41- 35 Tuesday, January 31.  Chris Jones led Dreher with 11 points, and John Myers added 10. Airport was led by Manny Polston with nine points.  More...

Cavaliers take down Irmo on the road

Quinn Martin scored a game-high 17 points as the Richland Northeast boys’ basketball team upended Irmo for a wellearned 56- 49 road win Tuesday, January 31.  Kelvin Cruse and Travis Hammonds each chipped in 11 points for the Cavaliers, who More...

Wilson’s triple-double leads Heathwood over Lady ’Hawks

A’ja Wilson had 30 points, 20 rebounds, and 10 blocks to lead the visiting Heathwood Hall Lady Highlanders past the Hammond Lady Skyhawks 79-45 Tuesday, January 31.  More...

Lady Yellow Jackets sting RNE

A lot can change in a week. For the Irmo girls’ basketball team, it was the difference between being run off the court by Spring Valley January 24 and blazing through Richland Northeast for a lopsided 59- 23 home win Tuesday, January 31.  More...

Skyhawks escape Ben Lippen

The Hammond Skyhawks traveled across Columbia to take on the Ben Lippen Falcons Friday, January 27 in front of a capacity crowd. The two teams were perfectly matched. More...

Last second heroics lift Dreher over LR

Sometimes it pays to be in the right place at the right time. More...

Wu and Hester lead Ben Lippen over Hammond

A 15-point performance by Ben Lippen senior guard Lydia Wu led the Lady Falcons (10-10) to a home victory over the Hammond Lady Skyhawks (6-13) with a final score of 53-31 Friday, January 27. More...

Heise named National High School Coach of the Year

On January 13, Kyle Heise, an assistant boys’ soccer coach at Brookland- Cayce High School, was named the National High School Assistant Coach of the Year for 2011. More...

Lady Blazers down hobbled RNE

The Ridge View Lady Blazers continue to make noise in Region 4-4A, toppling the Lady Cavaliers of Richland Northeast, 55-32, Friday, January 27 in the gym at Ridge View.  More...

Highlanders escape Hammond

Joseph James scored 11 points, and Shelton Whittaker added 10 to lead the Heathwood Hall Highlanders to a 45- 41 victory over the homestanding Hammond Skyhawks Tuesday, January 31.  More...

Dreher rolls over Lady Eagles

Despite a slow start, the Dreher Lady Blue Devils were able to knock off the Airport Lady Eagles 60- 21 Tuesday, January 31.  Kaydra Duckett led the Blue Devils with 18 points. More...

Lady Vikings coast by Keenan

The script played out in a familiar way. Spring Valley comes out in airtight defense to force opponent turnovers that result in fast-break layups and jump shots. The Lady Vikings build a big lead, empty the bench, and coast to another victory.  More...

Foxes’ focus finishes Spring Valley

This one did not feel right from the beginning.  No one scored till Dutch Fork’s Rose Robinson dropped a jumper for a 2- 0 lead 3: 38 into the game, but the host Vikings led 7-6 after the first quarter. More...

Vikings get back on the winning side

The Spring Valley Vikings spotted the Dutch Fork Silver Foxes a 12- 0 early first quarter lead before chipping their way back to a 79-63 victory in a Region 4- 4A contest Tuesday, January 31 at the Spring Valley gym.  More...