What started out as a dream three years ago came full circle earlier this month when the Lugoff-Elgin Fireants returned from the USSSA Global World Series in Myrtle Beach as the 2013 13U champions.
It's time once again to sign up for the Kershaw County Recreation Department's (KCRD) fall sports programs. The registration fee is $32 for football, soccer, baseball and soccer, and includes insurance. The registration fee for cheerleading is $25 and includes a uniform and insurance.
There were nights when 7 p.m. games would not end until it was nearly 11 o'clock. There were days when rain storms led to their roles being expanded from baseball players and coaches to members of a makeshift grounds crew so that they would be able to play that night's games. Several times, due to the constant barrage of rain, games were shifted to odd dates and even stranger starting times. There were lengthy road ...
Gunner Smith heard the footsteps of Russ Radcliff charging toward the plate and did what any batter would do in that situation. He swung to try and protect the runner.
There is no wiggle room left for the Kershaw County American Legion baseball team. After having opened its first round state playoff series against Murrells Inlet with a 2-0 shutout victory on Monday, Post 17 was put on the brink of having its season come to a close as the host Tides doubled up KC, 10-5, Wednesday night to take a 2-1 lead in the best-of-five set. Game four was to have been played on ...
Game one of Kershaw County's first round state American Legion playoff series with Murrells Inlet was a crisp, well-played baseball game.
Before the first pitch of the post-season was thrown, controversy cropped up in the South Carolina American Legion Baseball state playoffs.
Having lost six of their final seven regular season games, Kershaw County Post 17 entered the state American Legion playoffs with a hitch in its giddy-up.
Midway Saturday afternoon, Kershaw County American Legion baseball coach Craig Smith got in touch with his players and coaches and told them to start making their way to Kelleytown Stadium .
SUMTER -- Even though the Sumter P-15's had nothing riding on its American Legion baseball game with Kershaw County Post 17 on Friday at Riley Park, Sumter head coach Curtis Johnson did not go easy on his old team. Paul Joseph Krouse made sure of that.
For the second time, Kershaw County Post 17's American Legion baseball game at Sumter fell victim to the rain.
While he had to wedge his 6-foot-5, 285-pound frame into a desk made for the average-sized high school student, Vonnie Holliday has not outgrown playing the game he loves.
The Kershaw County Post 17 Senior American Legion baseball team was scheduled to close out its League III regular season with a make-up game at Sumter on Tuesday night at Riley Park.
Ditching the alibis, Kershaw County American Legion head coach Craig Smith got down to the nitty gritty in describing how his team lost both ends of a doubleheader in Cheraw last Thursday night.
Did he even need to look to receive the green light? With the way Grayson King has been swinging the bat for the Kershaw County American Legion team lately, he may have taken it for granted that he could take a shot at a 3-0 pitch. So, when the North Central grad saw what he liked on a 3-0 count, he knew exactly what he needed to do with a Datavius Wilson fastball. Rather than ...
Part roller derby. Part bar room brawl.
Sometimes, the less said the better.
Former Lugoff-Elgin football standout Jared Singleton was one of seven Wofford College student-athletes to be named to All-Southern Conference football teams.
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