In a classic case of either getting to a pitcher quickly or not at all, Lugoff-Elgin had Dutch Fork's Hayley Elkins on the ropes early only to score one run off the sophomore right-hander.
By TOM DIDATO
Every year, senior adults (age 50 and older) come from all over the state to compete and socialize with each other.
Augustin Stables' Ever So Lucky, which spent part of the winter training at the Springdale Race Course for Hall of Fame trainer Jonathan Sheppard, opened his 3-year-old campaign by finishing third in Saturday's $150,000 Swale Stakes (G2) at Gulfstream Park in Florida.
Those days of keeping runners tied to the bases while waiting for the three-run homer are gone.
It was a good week for maidens who got their starts at Kip Elser's Kirkwood Stables in Camden.
By TOM DIDATO
Monday: Camden in Pee Dee Baseball Invitational at Kelleytown (vs. Chesterfield – 5 p.m.); MPCU Baseball Bash at North Central (Camden Military Academy at North Central – 7 p.m.); Lugoff-Elgin in Lake Murray Baseball Classic (at Dutch Fork – 6 p.m.);
It is always nice when a rebuilding season turns out to be one of the best in school history.
Ron McKie knows that high school all-star games can bring out the best or, sometimes the worst, in a basketball player.
When the four teams convened for the class A Upper State baseball championship tournament last spring, North Central was the proverbial odd man out.
When you spend your weekends racing motorcycles on road courses, you always return to the exact spot from which you started.
Get Stormy shook off the doldrums from his 12th place finish in last November's TVG Breeders' Cup Mile by winning his first race of 2012 by wiring Saturday's $300,000 Gulfstream Park Turf Handicap (Gr. 1) in Hallandale Beach, Fla.
When the Lugoff-Elgin volleyball team lost to eventual state champion Hillcrest in the second round of last fall's 4A state volleyball tournament, it ended the Lady Demons' dreams of bringing home the state championship trophy.
Like all basketball games, this one started with a jump ball. The officials would have been better served by having dropped the green flag.
In a move designed to get all three spring novice series hurdle steeplechase races on the same page, on Tuesday, the Carolina Cup Racing Association approved the proposal in which the Carolina Cup feature races will be run for a $75,000 purse beginning this year.
Gone are the hockey-like line changes. So, too, are extended minutes on the court for most of the non-starters on the Camden boys basketball team which has gone to a more traditional substitution pattern under interim head coach Ron McKie Jr.
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