BLYTHEWOOD --- On a muggy night in Blythewood, the Westwood Redhawks are who Lugoff-Elgin Demons thought they were: A very good football team.
While those coaches in classes AAA, AA and A whose teams are having rough starts in the non-conference portion of their football schedules look to the conference campaign as a new beginning, for 4A entries, week seven is, well, week seven.
On a rainy Friday evening in the Midlands, visiting Lexington used a balanced offensive attack to outlast and win over the Lugoff-Elgin Demons, 27-13, on Military Appreciation Night in the West Wateree.
Quite possibly the best sight which Dave Thomas will not see tonight is a school bus parked outside the Lugoff-Elgin locker room gassed up and ready to take the team to a road game.
LEXINGTON --- A slow start by Lugoff-Elgin allowed host White Knoll to race to a 28-7 halftime lead. But a dogged second half by the Demons made for some anxious moments as the Timberwolves hung on for a 35-20 victory over the guests from the West Wateree.
Maybe, this is not the best time for Lugoff-Elgin to be catching White Knoll.
Three Lugoff-Elgin Middle School and two Lugoff-Elgin High school wrestlers returned from this past weekend's Foothills Fury Preseason Opener with top four finishes in their respective weight divisions.
FLORENCE -- Another close encounter with the win column for Lugoff-Elgin, but it ends with the same result. Just like in last week's 21-14 loss to Nation Ford, this game ended with a tight, hard fought loss.
Usually, when a team loses a quarterback to injury, their following week opponent is left to wonder what they will be going up against with a new face under center.
Sometimes good, just isn't good enough.
Facing a pass-happy Nation Ford offensive attack, what could possibly be the best sight for Lugoff-Elgin's sore eyes tonight would be the Falcons to "have to" rather than "want to" go up top.
There was a time when a volleyball match with Lugoff-Elgin meant the opposing team's bench players would see plenty of action on the court.
FORT MILL -- It was a bitter homecoming Friday night for Lugoff-Elgin interim head coach Dave Thomas as the visiting Demons were shut out by Fort Mill. The hosts jumped out front early and were never threatened on their way to a 41-0 victory.
With the first-game jitters out out of his and his his team's system, interim Lugoff-Elgin head football coach Dave Thomas can now get onto the business of going home.
On a night which she did not need to be, Baleigh Lunsford was "Bail" ed out by freshman teammate Bailey Douglas.
After an 0-5 start to the season, who would have blamed the Lugoff-Elgin tennis team if they folded up their tent and gave up on ...
It had happened so many times this season that when the Lugoff-Elgin softball team only managed one run in a bottom of the first inning ...
Having played in the winners' bracket game three times before, Lugoff-Elgin head softball coach James Marlow knew the importance of what was at stake on ...
Having a berth in the 4A state tennis tournament already in pocket, Lugoff-Elgin entered Tuesday's home match with Region 4 rival Westwood playing for ...
Watching as members of the Lugoff-Elgin baseball team walked off the field following Thursday's 9-8 loss in which Dutch Fork scored four runs in ...
There are times when you tip your hat to a stronger opponent and move on to the next challenge.
Talk about rising to the occasion.
Bouncing back from a pair of non-conference losses, the Lugoff-Elgin tennis team took down visiting Ridge View, 5-1, on Tuesday as they improved to 4-4 ...
Randy Stokes is the antithesis of a "me first" guy. So when the Lugoff-Elgin head baseball coach notched his 300th win in the Demons' dugout ...
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