Less than 10 days after being released by the Carolina Panthers, former Camden High School and Clemson University football standout Thomas Austin was signed by the Indianapolis Colts.
How will your favorite Kershaw County football team look on opening night?
Growing up in Camden, Shawn Elliott dreamed of donning the garnet and black and playing football in front of thousands of University of South Carolina fans on fall Saturday afternoons.
Former Lugoff-Elgin and Winthrop University catcher Devin Walker is one of 10 transfers who will join the Francis Marion University baseball team as part of the Patriots' 2014 recruiting class.
Sliding a bit to his left and nudging his left elbow against the right arm of the person sitting beside him, Hugh O'Connor showed just how close he and the driver of his vehicle were when the bomb went off.
Former Camden High School and Clemson University football standout Thomas Austin was waived by the Carolina Panthers on Monday.
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.
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.
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 .
A pair of Kershaw County wrestlers recorded top three finishes while another came home in fourth from last weekend's South Carolina High School League state championships held at the Anderson Civic Center.
Some people are born to run. Others get their calling to take to the streets in different ways.
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