"Losing is not fun."
After her team disposed of Irmo last week, Lugoff-Elgin head volleyball coach Susan Morris said she could not wait for Tuesday's Region 4-4A contest at Blythewood.
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.
Undefeated Irmo (7-0) made quick work of the Lugoff-Elgin girls tennis team with a 6-0 win in a Region 4-AAA match play Thursday evening.
There are certain victories which, at the end of the regular season, prove to be even more important than they seemed to be at the time they were played.
LEXINGTON -- Friday night in Lexington, the host Timberwolves of White Knoll defeated a struggling Lugoff-Elgin squad, 27-3.The final score was no indication of how the flow of the game went, as two WK touchdowns were scored late in the game. The final look, however, is still the same with most losses in high school football.
Randy Stokes was fine with the 11 hits which his Lugoff-Elgin baseball team piled up in Saturday's 4-2 loss to Mid-Carolina at River Bluff High School.
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