LEXINGTON -- The unstoppable force against the immovable object. That's what Friday night's Lugoff-Elgin game against Lexington felt like, at times, as both offenses could not be contained for the better part of the contest.. In the end, the host Wildcats (5-1) used the high-powered air and rushing attack to keep the Demons winless through six games with a 48-28 victory. But L-E seemed to find something on offense on this night because the score ...
Getting there. For the first four games of this season, Lugoff-Elgin had put together one full game of football. The problem was that it came in two halves of separate games. In last Friday's 24-20 loss to White Knoll, the Demons were ever so close to playing that long sought-after complete game. But the visiting Timberwolves used an arguable penalty in the game's final minutes and scored the winning touchdown in the closing half minute ...
All that stood between Lugoff-Elgin and winning its first game of the season and ending one of the toughest dry spells this program has seen was 30 seconds.
Let's put this in academic terms. Now that injuries have started creeping into the picture at Lugoff-Elgin, head coach Scott Jones has been forced to rush even more underclassmen into playing lead roles for the Demons. It is akin to a sophomore being handed a textbook which is used in a senior course. Tonight, when L-E hosts unbeaten White Knoll, the Demons will be without wide receiver Daniel Quattlebaum. With that being the case, senior ...
A tale of two halves. That phrase, or cliché, can sometimes be overly used when talking about the game of football. But this time, however, it was never truer on Friday night when Lugoff-Elgin played host to West Florence. Going for their first win in 20 games, the host Demons took a 14-10 halftime lead before the Knights scored 21 unanswered points in the second half to get the eventual win, 31-14. It was a ...
In a perfect world, Scott Jones and his staff at Lugoff-Elgin High School would be coaching a group of experienced players each year and things would be rolling along like a bike ride down a hill on a warm spring day.
FORT MILL -- Using an aggressive and overwhelmingly strong air attack, Nation Ford handed visiting Lugoff-Elgin its second loss in as many starts this season, 45-14, on Friday night.
This is a game for which Lugoff-Elgin head coach Scott Jones and his coaching staff needed to break out the calculators.
After sweeping Cardinal Newman in two games, the Lugoff-Elgin volleyball team was extended to three games before knocking off host Westwood on Tuesday night in a tri-match in Blythewood.
Looking young enough to still be a player rather than a seasoned third-year head coach, Jessica Mullins, hardly bats an eye when she talks about some of the blows which her Lugoff-Elgin volleyball squad endured since their final match of last season.
Capitalizing on turnovers and employing a strong running game, Fort Mill handed Lugoff-Elgin a 48-17 loss in Friday night's season opener for both teams in a game played at L-E Stadium.
How much importance has Scott Jones and his Lugoff-Elgin football team placed on tonight's season opener against a visiting Fort Mill squad?
A sizeable home crowd got to see Lugoff-Elgin play against someone else for the first time this season under the lights in the finale of last Friday's Mid Carolina Credit Union Kickoff Classic at Lugoff-Elgin Stadium.
It was not too long ago that Lugoff-Elgin grabbed the attention of 4A football programs when, in 2010, the Demons won the Region 6-4A crown in their first year competing at the state's top level.
The eighth annual Mid-Carolina Credit Union Kickoff Classic is set for Friday, Aug. 23 Lugoff-Elgin Stadium.
Kelli Murphy has done about all that a high school golfer can do over a career which has one chapter left to be written in it.
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