By Thomas Grant Jr. Mid-Carolina’s first state championship appearance in softball ended at Carolina Softball Field on May 26. The Lady Rebels fell 8-3 to Chesterfield in the deciding game of the Best-of-Three Class 2A final. “All year, these kids have showed resiliency, determination,” Mid-Carolina head coach Joey Long said.Continue Reading

By CT McDonald Chapin was the last District Five softball team left standing in the state semifinals tournament, and the Lady Eagles took it all the way to the lower state championship game before bowing out for the season. After defeating St. James in the first game of the lowerContinue Reading

By Thomas Grant Jr. Playing for the first-ever Class 2A softball championship seemed like a long shot a week ago for Mid-Carolina. As of press time, the Lady Rebels were a victory away from the Class 2A state title. It all started May 15 following a 5-0 loss to defendingContinue Reading

There is exciting golf news for our community. First, E Rutherford, the general manager of LinRick GC is part of a brand new initiative to introduce Golf in a unique but fun way to the general public locally. This initiative is through the local parks and has Family as itsContinue Reading

By Thomas Grant Jr. The Chapin softball team were a victory away from playing for a spot in the Class 5A finals. Instead, the Lady Eagles found themselves needing three wins to reach that goal. On Monday, they were shut out 2-0 by Summerville in the winner’s bracket of theContinue Reading

By CT McDonald Some local softball and baseball teams were still standing in the spring sports playoffs at midweek while others have ended their 2022 – 2023 season. Softball: Dutch Fork started the 5A Upper District 1 playoffs last week with a 7-1 win against T.L. Hanna and then lostContinue Reading

By CT McDonald Some spring sports playoffs have completed, others are nearing the finals, and still others have just started this week. The lacrosse state finals completed last week at Irmo High School after both the girls and boys Chapin teams advanced to the semifinals but fell one game shortContinue Reading

Lake Murray has been good to professional angler Anthony Gagliardi. Coming into the event, the Prosperity pro had two major national wins – including the 2014 FLW Cup – and banked nearly a half of a million dollars in career tournament winnings from Lake Murray, alone. April 14, Gagliardi added anotherContinue Reading