LEXINGTON -- It was a daring move which, when completed, a coach is greeted either by a jubilant team or, an angry group of second-guessers.
SUMMERVILLE -- Summerville scored two runs off three hits in the bottom of the first inning and then held off the visiting Lugoff-Elgin for a 2-1 win in Tuesday's 4A District 8 softball tournament elimination game.
As if to prove that Tuesday's no-hitter which she threw against Travelers Rest was not a fluke, Walhalla's Taylor Crawford threw another one against Camden, one day later.
Even the best tightrope walkers stub their toe every now and then. Grayson King and North Central performed a high-wire act, getting out of bases-loaded jams in the first and fourth innings in Thursday's AA District 4 playoff game with visiting Cheraw. But the third time, the rope wiggled. Scoring twice in the top of the fifth was all that the visiting Braves needed to send the Knights into Saturday's elimination game against Region 3-AA ...
When you play basketball and have the same name as a former NBA star, you get used to the questions as to if you are related.
In a pairing which had all the earmarks of a classic last game of the season in which one team is priming for the playoffs and the other is playing out the string, Lugoff-Elgin pounded visiting Irmo, 13-0, on Senior Night at Optimist Field on Monday.
All season long, Camden has been searching for that one win on which it could hang its collective hat on.
Magical Moon, which was developed in Camden by Frank and Daphne Wooten at Frank Wooten Stables, finished second behind Ciao Bell Luna in Sunday's $150,000 Beaumont Stakes (Gr. 2) at the Keeneland Race Course.
There was a rush to get everything done for senior night. After that, the buzzword for North Central was patience.
It would have been an uphill climb for Camden to have leapfrogged Dreher and finish in third place in the Region 4-AAA baseball standings.
Whether by design or just a matter of placing batters where they are needed in the lineup, Camden has the good fortune of batting its two most experienced players at the bottom of the order.
By day, Howard Paul sits behind his desk as President and CEO of Benedetto Guitars Inc. in Savannah, Ga.
There is a part of Allen Jenerette that wishes he could get right back on the wrestling mat and get back to the business of winning.
In some respects, Jim Rice is a walking and talking contradiction as to what the baseball-loving world thinks of the Boston Red Sox and Red Sox Nation.
While pitchers Zac Bowers and Grey Hoke played a game of "Can you top this?" on the pitching mound, Russ Radcliff spoiled the fun of what was a marvelously well-pitched game.
Originally, Curtis Johnson's plan of attack was to throw P.J. Krouse for two innings in Monday's showdown with once-beaten Kershaw County and then, adjust his Sumter pitchers accordingly thereafter.
Sandbar, a 2-year-old War Pass filly developed at Fred and Wilhelmina McEwan's Fenwick Farm in Camden, broke her maiden at first asking with a win in a $45,000 maiden race at Churchill Downs on June 8.
While Mother Nature was putting on her own Triple Crown performance --- wind, rain and lightning --- outside, Kershaw County American Legion head coach Craig Smith was bringing the thunder inside.
Camden's Stephen Carmon was placed on the disabled list on Monday, retroactive to Sunday, June 9, by the Fort Wayne TinCaps, the San Digeo Padres' affiliate in the class A Midwest League.
MANNING -- After beating Hartsville 7-4 on Tuesday in Kelleytown to improve to 2-4 in American Legion League III, Manning-Santee Post 68 had a chance to assert itself firmly in the talk for third --- and even second --- place in the standings with a victory over Kershaw County on Wednesday.
What did the Kershaw County Post 17 Senior American Legion team get for being the nice guy last year? A final 4-12 record in its first and only season in League IV.
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