By CT McDonald District Five varsity basketball teams have started their region games with some recently recording victories at a greater rate than before, while others have stayed on a winning path consistent with their season performances. Dutch Fork’s girls have recorded nothing but wins since resuming the regular seasonContinue Reading

Congratulations to Irmo High School International School for the Arts Varsity Basketball Coach Tim Whipple for achieving his 800TH career win last week. What an incredible moment in School District Five.Continue Reading

By CT McDonald Nearing the midway point of the District Five winter break, holiday tournaments are already underway with more to come next week. After last week’s district matchups between Irmo, Dutch Fork and Chapin, they all go their separate ways this week and next as some of them participateContinue Reading

Six Lexington-Richland School District Five football players have been selected to the Shrine Bowl of the Carolinas roster. Players selected to play on the South Carolina roster include: Ethan Benson (Dutch Fork High offensive lineman), Nick Emmanwori (Irmo High safety), Alec Johnson (Chapin High offensive lineman), Zavier Short (Chapin HighContinue Reading

By CT McDonald Irmo’s varsity basketball teams will visit Dutch Fork Thursday for the first of two scheduled games this season between these two District Five competitors. The Yellow Jacket boys team (6-1) is currently riding a five-game winning streak after its 72-33 win against River Bluff on Tuesday. TheContinue Reading

Dutch Fork High School celebrated homecoming and the memory of Jack Alkhatib at their October 15 game against River Bluff High.  Jack’s mother, Kelly Hewins Alkhatib and brother Ben stood in for Jack who was elected Homecoming King. Jack, who played offensive lineman for the Silver Foxes died during practiceContinue Reading