Talk about getting more bang for your buck. North Central ran just nine offensive plays in the first half of Friday's home opener against Whitmire. In most cases, that is a recipe for disaster. But when you throw a pair of pick sixes into the mix, nine snaps is more than enough. The host Knights made the most of their few offensive opportunities in evening their season record after two games with a 41-20 win ...
This is a game for which Lugoff-Elgin head coach Scott Jones and his coaching staff needed to break out the calculators.
If there is a benefit to having an early bye week, it may be that football is still center stage and, regardless of the outcome of your first game, there is, virtually, an entire season left to be played.
Confidence is contagious. And, Jimmy Neal is hoping it spreads over his team like a case of a winter cold.
This is one golden ticket which was sweet to have won, but would not give its recipient a trip to the dentist's chair.
It seems like forever since the Camden High volleyball team did not have someone waiting in the wings who was ready to step in and become the Lady Bulldogs' 'go-to' player.
Looking young enough to still be a player rather than a seasoned third-year head coach, Jessica Mullins, hardly bats an eye when she talks about some of the blows which her Lugoff-Elgin volleyball squad endured since their final match of last season.
In a day and age in which winning seasons can come and go with virtually each graduating senior class, it's nice to know some things never change.
All Jimmy Neal was missing was the top hat, vest, spats on his shoes and a cigar dangling from his mouth.
Capitalizing on turnovers and employing a strong running game, Fort Mill handed Lugoff-Elgin a 48-17 loss in Friday night's season opener for both teams in a game played at L-E Stadium.
Jimmy Neal is not a big believer in a team which has one full game under its belt having the advantage over one which is making its season debut.
How much importance has Scott Jones and his Lugoff-Elgin football team placed on tonight's season opener against a visiting Fort Mill squad?
A sizeable home crowd got to see Lugoff-Elgin play against someone else for the first time this season under the lights in the finale of last Friday's Mid Carolina Credit Union Kickoff Classic at Lugoff-Elgin Stadium.
It was not too long ago that Lugoff-Elgin grabbed the attention of 4A football programs when, in 2010, the Demons won the Region 6-4A crown in their first year competing at the state's top level.
Having been on Cheraw's side of the field so often in the first half that the Camden offense could have claimed squatters' rights, the Bulldogs had only a 7-0 lead to show for it at halftime of Friday's season opener at Zemp Stadium.
Part roller derby. Part bar room brawl.
Sometimes, the less said the better.
After putting in countless hours during what was a wet summer, the Camden High girls' basketball team reaped the rewards of their hard work on a late autumn night when drops of rain fell from the sky.
If you are old enough to remember when a record would skip and play the same part of the song over and over again on a record player, you can probably sympathize with the plight which Camden head coach Ron McKie found himself in on Tuesday.
While it may not have been on the flat track, The Elkstone Group LLC's Bodie Island roared to a 2 ¾-length win a short trip from where he was developed when he jumped his way to victory in the $20,000 Hobkirk Hill Starter Allowance at the Nov. 23 Marion duPont Scott Colonial Cup in Camden.
Camden High offensive tackle Mauric James was selected to play in the 2013 Touchstone Energy Cooperatives Bowl in Myrtle Beach on Saturday, Dec. 14.
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