Longhorns eliminate Wolfpack

Kell shut down any hopes of a repeat bid and ended Greenbrier's season Wednesday night by sweeping a doubleheader over the Wolfpack in the second round of the Class AAAAA playoffs.
By David Lee

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Wednesday, April 6, 2016

Jackets' Young a star, but still has room to grow

North Augusta's Amari Young established herself as an area and statewide standout as only a sophomore this past season.
By David Lee

Tuesday, April 5, 2016

Alleluia players like extension of coach's family

When Dennis McBride looked at his Alleluia boys basketball team, he saw sons. With one, Mac, that made sense – he was his actual son. But the feeling extended to the rest of the team.
By Wayne Staats

London native stars for Wildcats

Westminster boys basketball's Jelani Watson-Gayle is the Independent Boys Basketball Player of the Year.
By Wayne Staats

Monday, April 4, 2016

Jaguars' Otis has passion for coaching

Thomas Jefferson girls basketball coach Matt Otis is coach of the year.
By Wayne Staats

Mustangs' Knight to retire

Rick Knight announced he will retire as Midland Valley's head football coach at the end of the school year.
By David Lee

Crusaders sophomore already a star

Curtis Baptist girls basketball player Dynazsa Robinson is the player of the year after leading her team to the state semifinals.
By Wayne Staats

Sunday, April 3, 2016

Day focused on practice, trying to make US Olympic Trials

Despite finishing his high school career two months ago at the state meet, Brennan Day continues to practice six days a week with a major goal in mind: Swimming with the best of the best in the ...
By Chris Gay

Davidson's Wallace has 'special' career

Davidson Fine Arts senior Lindsay Wallace was able to step back and take in the final year of a memorable high school swimming career.
By David Lee

Saturday, April 2, 2016

Razorbacks' Dowling quickly latched onto wrestling

Cross Creek's Pierre Dowling finished in fourth place at this year's state wrestling tournament.
By Wayne Staats

Thursday, March 31, 2016

Break helps Augusta Prep girls in soccer match

Augusta Prep scored two quick goals in their return to the wet field after a delay and went on to defeat Westminster, 2-0, on Thursday night.
By Chris Gay

Evans soccer's Munnerlyn wins honor

Evans girls soccer player Bailee Munnerlyn is the player of the week.
By Wayne Staats

Silver Bluff to name Able as next football coach

Silver Bluff is expected to name Burton Able as its next athletic director and head football coach, pending official board approval April 19.
By David Lee

Musketeers' Tutt chooses Arkansas

Britto Tutt, who graduated from Richmond Academy in 2015, has signed to play football at Arkansas.

Tuesday, March 29, 2016

Wolfpack hold on against Warriors

Greenbrier came up big in multiple jams to beat Grovetown 5-3 on Tuesday night to clinch the top spot in the subregion of 2-AAAAA.
By David Lee

Friday, March 25, 2016

Six Wildcats go into school's hall of fame

When he thought about the list of names, College Football Hall of Fame coach Willie Jeffries couldn’t help but notice how special and comprehensive is Lucy C. Laney High School’s inaugural Hall of ...
By Wayne Staats

Thursday, March 24, 2016

North Augusta's Heath is player of week

North Augusta sophomore standout Karly Heath is the player of the week after gutting out a successful stretch of games with a hurt finger.
By David Lee

Wednesday, March 23, 2016

Lady Jackets handle Gators to stay perfect

North Augusta's perfect season stayed intact Wednesday night by beating River Bluff 6-2 at Riverview Park.
By David Lee
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Longhorns eliminate Wolfpack

Kell shut down any hopes of a repeat bid and ended Greenbrier's season Wednesday night by sweeping a doubleheader over the Wolfpack in the second round of the Class AAAAA playoffs.
By David Lee

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