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Wednesday, Dec. 3, 2014

Honorary coaches for Border Bowl named

Larry Campbell and Eddie Buck have been named honorary coaches for Border Bowl II.

Tuesday, Dec. 2, 2014

Greenbrier, Grovetown take down foes in quad match

Greenbrier and Grovetown each defeated Lakeside and Westside Tuesday night while Westside defeated Lakeside in a quad match at Lakeside.
By Scott Rouch Columbia County Bureau

Wildcats rout Musketeers

Laney's basketball teams had little trouble against Richmond Academy on Tuesday.
By Wayne Staats

Reid signs with Florida Gulf Coast

For Harlem's dynamic point guard Reggie Reid, signing with Florida Gulf Coast University (Fort Myers, Fla.) was a slam dunk.
By Scott Rouch Columbia County Bureau

Monday, Dec. 1, 2014

Aquinas, Washington County at home for football semifinals

Both Aquinas and Washington County need just one more win to advance to state championships.
By Wayne Staats

Saturday, Nov. 29, 2014

Eagles easily beat Bulldogs

Darius Williams scored 24 points and had plenty of help in Josey's win Saturday afternoon.
By Wayne Staats

Dillon wins third state title in a row

LEXINGTON, S.C. - Dillon capped its first undefeated season with a 49-27 victory over Newberry to win its third consecutive Class AA Division I state championship on Friday.

Friday, Nov. 28, 2014

Gray has night for record book

SANDERSVILLE, Ga. - A.J. Gray logged a career night on the ground as Washington County beat Pierce County 62-35 in the third round of the Class AAA playoffs.
By David Lee

Friday's high school basketball results

High school basketball results for Friday, Nov. 28

Aquinas shows its school spirit

Aquinas remained undefeated and advanced to the state semifinals with a 21-6 victory over Tattnall Square on Friday.
By Jon-Michael Sullivan

Garnett's big night gives Aquinas another win

Ruben Garnett' had 273 rushing yards and three touchdowns as Aquinas beat Tattnall Square, 21-6, in the Class A private state quarterfinals.
By Wayne Staats

Glenn Hills defeats North Augusta

The Glenn Hills boys' basketball team held on to defeat North Augusta 57-54 on Friday in the opening day of the 100 Black Men of Augusta Thanksgiving Classic.
By Dave Ward

Thursday, Nov. 27, 2014

Irish meet Trojans yet again

After beating Tattnall Square in the region championship, Aquinas must beat the Trojans again in the state playoffs.
By Wayne Staats

Wednesday, Nov. 26, 2014

Mustangs ready for long postseason

This could be a special season for the Midland Valley boys basketball team.
By Wayne Staats

Washington County back in familiar playoff territory

Washington County is back in the Class AAA quarterfinals for the third consecutive season, this time playing host to Pierce County on Friday night.
By David Lee

Tuesday, Nov. 25, 2014

Lady Knights finish own tournament strong

The Evans Lady Knights beat Cedar Shoals, 46-49 in the final game of the two-day Evans Lady Knights 3rd Annual Thanksgiving Classic.
By Scott Rouch

Saturday, Nov. 22, 2014

Coleman leads Bulldogs in rout of Thoroughbreds

Butler's Don Coleman scored 22 points to lead the Bulldogs to an 82-41 win over South Aiken on Saturday at the Kings of the Court tournament at Evans.
By David Lee

Irish strong even without Garnett

Ruben Garnett might be the main yard gainer when healthy, but Aquinas proved it can score without him if he's hurt.

Crusaders fall in title game

Curtis Baptist lost to Holly Hill in Saturday's SCISA Class A championship game.
By Wayne Staats

Knights outlast Warriors

LOUISVILLE, Ga. - Pace Academy scored with 7 seconds left to inch past Jefferson County 57-50 in a wild second-round game in the Class AA playoffs Friday night.
By David Lee
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