Eleven lines on a plaque are hardly enough to tell the entire Larry Doby story.
Pairings have been announced for the Camden Shrine Club Football Jamboree.
It has been a smooth ride to the state championship tournament for the Kershaw County Junior Post 17 baseball team.
The Camden Archives and Museum is pleased to offer a free showing of the made-for-television movie about Camden native and 1998 Baseball Hall of Fame inductee Larry Doby starting at 2 p.m. each day, Monday through Saturday.
When he reached the age of 30, Vonnie Holliday began terming himself as a dinosaur in the young man's world which is the National Football League.
CHARLESTON -- The Charleston RiverDogs will salute the United States Postal Service's newest stamp and the history of the Negro Leagues during a special Larry Doby Heritage Weekend when the club hosts the Greenville Drive at Joseph P. Riley, Jr. Park in a two-day celebration on Saturday and Sunday, July 14-15.
As he looked into purchasing an American Basketball Association franchise, the first person Devin Lee told as to his plans was his wife and former Lugoff-Elgin track and basketball player, Nikia Knox-Lee.
-I (Camden, S.C.) sports editor
Brock Robinson has been the Kershaw County Junior Post 17's money pitcher all season long. Monday night, Robinson helped KC cash in.
SUMTER -- With a League III title already in hand and the American Legion baseball state playoffs waiting next week, the Sumter P-15's could have come out and laid an egg in its final regular-season game against Kershaw County on Thursday at Riley Park.
The KC Junior P-17ers, the League IV champions, will take their 13-2 record into tonight's first game of the best-of-five state playoff series against visiting Marlboro County (7-8).
Having already conquered the state of South Carolina, the Kershaw County-based Lite 'em Up girls' fast-pitch softball team is ready to take on the world.
Having already locked down second place in the League IV American Legion baseball race, Lexington forfeited Tuesday night's scheduled road game against Kershaw County Post 17. The contest was to have been the final league contest for both teams.
As he and his team got off the bus for Monday night's game at Lexington, Kershaw County American Legion head coach Craig Smith saw and heard the athletic director of the host team giving members of the Post 7 squad a talk on sportsmanship.
Chapin used a 38-26 second half surge to pull away from visiting Camden to take Tuesday night's Region 4-AAA boys basketball game, 59-47.
Stepping onto the mat for the final pairing of the evening, Lugoff-Elgin freshman 106-pounder Devin Wilson knew he needed to win by his match by, at least, a four-point major decision to give his team a win over host Camden on Tuesday night.
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