Suddenly, the Lugoff-Elgin offense seems to have been swept away quicker than the first inning gale-force winds which descended on Optimist Field Tuesday evening.
Backed by 10 runs scored in three innings, Gene Cone held Lugoff-Elgin to three hits as host Spring Valley dealt the Demons a 10-0 loss in a game stopped in the middle of the fifth inning on Monday night.
In 1992, the Lugoff-Elgin baseball squad became the first athletic team in school history to bring a state championship to L-E when they won the AAA state title under head coach Paul Kirkland.
On a young and deep Lugoff-Elgin pitching staff, Zack Bowers sometimes gets lost in the shuffle.
Not since the days of Schoolhouse Rock has the number five been this celebrated.
A challenging week led to a pair of uneven finishes for the Lugoff Elgin boys' soccer team.
If Lugoff-Elgin did not know who Andrew Beckwith was before Friday night, they know more than they want to about him now.
So much for the soft-throwing and crafty descriptions which, oftentimes, are associated with a left-handed pitcher.
Racing to a 10-2 lead after three innings against visiting Irmo, Lugoff-Elgin withstood a late-game Yellow Jacket rally to prevail, 11-8, in a Wednesday night softball contest.
Scoring in six of seven innings, the Lugoff-Elgin softball team snapped a three-game skid with a 12-2 win over host Ridge View on Monday night.
Losses and injuries plagued the Lugoff-Elgin boys' soccer team last week.
Last season, Lugoff-Elgin received a rude introduction to the world of 4A baseball as the 2010 AAA state champions were on the outside looking in when it came time for the post-season in the state's largest classification.
In a classic case of either getting to a pitcher quickly or not at all, Lugoff-Elgin had Dutch Fork's Hayley Elkins on the ropes early only to score one run off the sophomore right-hander.
They did not make the fans leave after seven innings and pay to re-enter Optimist Field Tuesday night. But they could have.
What a way to kick off the season.
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.
It was business as usual for the football program at Lugoff-Elgin in the early part of the spring and summer.
The ABLE Club of S.C., the official athletic booster club of Lugoff-Elgin High School, is kicking off its membership campaign for the 2014-15 athletic seasons at the school.
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