By Thomas Grant Jr. Brookland-Cayce looks to rebound from last Friday’s 42-35 loss to A.C. Flora against another longtime rival. They travel to Cecil Woolbright Field to face a Chapin team riding a 3-game winning streak. Quarterback Brady Albro has thrown 13 touchdown passes during the winning streak and theContinue Reading

By Thomas Grant Jr. The “official” first half of the regular season is over for Gray Collegiate football. The War Eagles closed out the non-region portion of their schedule with a 30-12 win over Camden. With the victory, Gray Collegiate moved into the top position of the Class 2A rankingsContinue Reading

By Thomas Grant Jr. The start of Region 4-5A volleyball play means the anticipation of the annual clashes between town rivals Lexington and River Bluff. Each year, the two teams’ regular-season matchups take on a playoff atmosphere whether in The Swamp or Wildcat Gymnasium. The former is the site forContinue Reading

By Thomas Grant Jr. For the first time in five years, Lexington High School football has opened the season at 3-0. The Wildcats reached that mark in dramatic fashion last Friday in the 25-24 come-from-behind road win over Stratford. Trailing as many as 21 points in the first half, LexingtonContinue Reading

By Thomas Grant Jr. Barring an updated schedule, Gray Collegiate’s home game Friday against Camden could be its last in the regular season. The War Eagles are scheduled to open Region 3-2A play next week against Eau Claire. However, the Shamrocks and five other region teams (Fairfield Central, Columbia, Newberry,Continue Reading

By Thomas Grant Jr. Another week, another high-profile matchup for Gray Collegiate Academy. Having disposed of Class A defending champion Christ Church and holding off previously Class 4A ranked Crestwood in an offensive slugfest, the second-ranked Class 2A War Eagles now go outside of the South Carolina High School LeagueContinue Reading

By Thomas Grant Jr. For over seven decades, Lawrence Gardner has helped Airport High School football players look good and play safe on the field. He’s not a coach, but his role is just as important and crucial to the athletics department. It’s one which has put him in directContinue Reading

COVID is once again changing the high school sporting calendar in the Midlands. The anticipated football game between Spring Valley and White Knoll on Friday night has been canceled, according to a Richland School District 2 official. According to officials, the Spring Valley team has witnessed an increase in COVIDContinue Reading