Thomas Austin did not stay unemployed for very long.
While it is not exactly a case of the dark knight being dead, in this instance, he has a couple of chinks in his armor.
Now is not the time for hysterics or pulling out the "win one for the Gipper" speech.
Former Lugoff-Elgin High principals and head football coaches, Willie Mickle and Creig Tyler, will be honored by the school at tonight's "Legends Night" ceremony to be held in conjunction with the Demons' home football game against Lexington at L-E Stadium.
If people are wondering what has happened to the Crestwood football team, which finished the non-region portion of its schedule with a 1-4 record, Camden head coach Jimmy Neal has an easy answer for them. Just take a gander at the Knights' schedule.
Drew Goshorn saw one chance pass him by. His Camden Military Academy teammates made sure he had the opportunity to make up for it.
Sometimes, being in the right place at the right time is not the best place to be.
KERSHAW -- More injuries, another win.
In a day and age in which professional athletes too often follow the trail of money and put "me" instead of "we," five of this country's best Hunter jumper riders will forsake a trip to one of the sport's premier events in favor of trying to do something for their sport with a world-wide audience following their every move.
Camden's Michael Kohn won the first game of his Major League career last Friday as the Los Angeles Angles of Anaheim downed the Tampa Bay Rays, 4-3.
Those tears which streamed down the faces of the North Central volleyball players following their season-ending loss to Landrum in the second round of last year's class A state tournament, have been replaced by girls with a gleam in their eye, ready to add to the winning legacy of the Lady Knights' program this year.
Like many of the fans at tonight's home tri-match with Cardinal Newman and rival Lugoff-Elgin, Camden High volleyball coach Paige Wilson will be interested to see how her new-look Lady Bulldogs answer the opening bell in the 5 p.m. start.
Perched in front of their dugout, members of the Kershaw County American Legion baseball team started leaning as they prepared to rush the field after Bradwin Salmond's diving grab of Mark Allen Nash's liner to right field put the locals on the door step of a long-awaited trip to the state American Legion tournament.
Before they left following Wednesday morning's off-season contioning session, members of the Lugoff-Elgin football team took a knee and listened to their head coach who was in his third full day on the job.
One night after heavy rains in the Georgetown area forced the postponement of Tuesday's game two of the state American Legion second round playoff series between Kershaw County and host Georgetown, weather problems stopped the following evening's game dead in its tracks.
It was a normal day which was about to take an abrupt U-turn.
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