Louis Clyburn has not even started looking into or, trying to figure out the playoff scenario for Region 4-AA. All the North Central head football coach knows is that unless his team wins its final two regular season games, both on the road, the Knights will be sitting the post-season out for the second straight year.
October 20, 2015|
|North Central High/Middle
After not being able to come to an agreement as to when to play last Friday night's scheduled games which were postponed due to the flooding in the Columbia area, the Region 4-AAA athletic directors and football coaches are expected to meet today, following the league's regularly scheduled athletic directors' meeting, to discuss plans for when last Friday's games may be played.
Following a Thursday afternoon meeting of the athletic directors from the six Region 4-AAA schools, it was decided that all three conference football games scheduled for Friday night would be postponed for the time being. Another meeting may have to be conducted in order to reschedule the three contests which included Lower Richland at Camden.
Minutes after returning from his team's Tuesday practice, Camden High head football coach Jimmy Neal placed a call to his friend and Lower Richland head coach Darryl Page to inquire how things were going in that area of the Midlands following last week's rain and flooding.
LEXINGTON -- More than half the high school football teams in the state of South Carolina had one big enemy playing against them on Thursday night. Teams braving the elements was the theme across the midlands as a good portion of clubs decided to play on Thursday to avoid the impending heavier rain and wind that was to come.
October 06, 2015|
By TYLER CUPP
Special to the C-I (Camden, S.C.)