Lugoff-Elgin may not have a win, but the Demons do have plenty of heart.
LEXINGTON --- The Lugoff-Elgin defense played one of its better games of the season, although the score certainly did not show it.
In a game filled with uncertainty, the only sure thing surrounding the Camden vs. Lugoff-Elgin football rivalry is that the following week might be the best time for an opponent to catch one of the two rivals.
As a coach, you want your team to be consistent, if nothing else.
Senior Kyle Miller led a strong pack of Lugoff-Elgin cross-country runners in a sweep of Richland Northeast, Camden and Brookland-Cayce in a Wednesday meet hosted by RNE.
Instead of chasing and kicking an inflated ball on a precisely measured field, Kelli Murphy decided she was better suited to smacking around a smaller ball, made out of pressurized cores coated with a urethane compound covered in dimples.
FLORENCE -- A tale of two halves.
Cardinal Newman was in the wrong place at then wrong time.
Losing like this is a hard pill to swallow.
Spring Valley swept host Lugoff-Elgin in the season and Region 4-AAA opening cross country meet of the season held last Wednesday.
Here's hoping that things go better against the team from the other side of town.
FORT MILL -- There is no mulligan in football, not even a reset button.
Even the mere mention of the word "concussion" is enough to give Scott Jones a migraine.
The ABLE Club of South Carolina, the official fundraising organization for Lugoff-Elgin High School athletics has established a fund for persons interested in making donations in memory of former Kershaw County School Board member Joey Dorton.
There are no "fixer-uppers" on Park Avenue. Anything not up to snuff is bought up or steamrolled.
Playing minus first singles player Trevor Black, who had been playing some of his best tennis, the Lugoff-Elgin tennis team suffered a 6-0 loss to visiting Dutch Fork in a Region 4-4A match played last Thursday.
Randy Stokes looked at his team playing four games in as many days this week combined with four games scheduled for next week and knew one thing: he needed to stretch out his pitching staff without overburdening his team's young arms.
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