Usually, non-conference games in the middle of league play is a time for baseball coaches to give their second or third starters and/or relievers some valuable time on the mound.
C-I (Camden, S.C.) sports editor After not placing any higher than sixth in his first three starts as a steeplechaser in 2012, Dahoud got the hang of things later that fall. Mrs. S.K. Johnston Jr.'s 7-year-old gelding closed its 2012 campaign by breaking its maiden in winning a $25,000 maiden chase at Far Hills, N.J., on Oct. 20, before making it two in a row by taking the $50,000 AFLAC Supreme Hurdle Stakes at Georgia's ...
When played at its best, baseball can be fascinating to watch. And, in the blink of an eye, it can turn as ugly as a multi-car wreck on the highway.
Watching films of his team's games from the previous Friday night last fall, North Central head football coach Louis Clyburn was heard to say --- on more than one occasion --- that some college had to give Dennis Stevens a chance.
Call Kyle Miller the party pooper. At least that is the way Camden boys' soccer coach Mark Chickering felt about the goal scored by the Lugoff-Elgin senior forward which tied Tuesday's match at Zemp Stadium at 1-1 with a little more than 11 minutes remaining in the first half. The host Bulldogs never rebounded from Miller's goal as the visiting Demons tacked on one more in each half to pull away to a 3-1 win ...
In recent years, Camden's winning the region title in boys' tennis was all but a foregone conclusion. Before head coach Roger Smoak and his teams stepped onto the court for their first match, they all but had the title in their collective back pocket.
Calling it a departmental, rather than an individual honor, Lugoff-Elgin High School's Scott Jones was recently named as the Region 4-4A Athletic Director of the Year.
Calendars can be very useful to coaches. All your game nights are underlined. And, if you are having a disappointing campaign, that final contest of the season may be circled more than once as if to remind you that there will be no more practices and no more losses to endure, at least, until the start of the following season. There were no circled dates on Shawn Phipps' calendar this past basketball season. That tells ...
This, from the bad news just got worse department. As if it was not tough enough to get a good swing against Grayson King before, now the North Central High School senior has added a new pitch to his repertoire after having spent a good chunk of last summer and the winter months working on a cutter. The pitch will join the fastball, curve and change-up for the two-time class A All-State selection. Last Wednesday, ...
Horses prepared at Kip Elser's Kirkwood Stables in Camden have been wearing out a path to the winners' circle in the month of February.
Whenever there has been a need for assistance at North Central High School, whether athletic- and/or academic-wise, Leonard Price can always be counted on to do more than his fair share for the students.
As hard as it may seem to imagine, there was a time in which Billy Ammons wondered if he would see a fourth season as the head football coach at his high school alma mater, never mind leading Camden High School (CHS) to the 1990 AAA state football championship 15 seasons later.
FORT MILL – Standing inside Indian Land High School's weight room, North Central boys' basketball head coach Andy Johnson just shook his head and grinned as the questions started coming at him.
There was a point in his years at North Central when Clarence Williams was down on himself and wondered what was out there for him, both athletically and academically.
With no playoff spot on the line and with this being the final game of her team's season, Lugoff-Elgin girls' basketball coach Von Duncan had one piece of advice before her team took to the court to meet visiting Irmo on Friday.
Both the Camden and Lugoff-Elgin varsity football teams will conclude their spring practice sessions with scrimmages on Friday night and the public is invited to attend both contests.
When Freedom Child was declared a non-starter in the Wood Memorial on April 6, the 3-year-old's shot at the Kentucky Derby went by the boards.
New classification. Same results.
It was as gentle a demotion --- if there is such a thing --- as anyone could expect to receive when they were presented with the bad news.
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