By Thomas Grant Jr. High school players from the town of Irmo and surrounding Lake Murray towns were well-represented in this year’s South Carolina Football Coaches Association All-State teams. Class 4A Lower State runner-up Irmo had eight players selected to the first team. Meanwhile, repeat Class 5A champion Dutch Fork
By Thomas Grant Jr. Another All-Star Game which took place Dec. 8 was the third annual Palmetto I-20 Classic at Zemp Stadium in Camden. Team Savage came away with the 34-24 victory over Team Nasty. Both quarterbacks Breylon Boyd of Ridge View and Harrison Collins of Blythewood threw touchdown passes
By Thomas Grant Jr. The winning seasons of both Class 5A runner-up White Knoll and Class 4A Lower State runner-up Irmo were rewarded by the South Carolina Football Coaches Association. Both head coaches Nick Pelham of the Timberwolves and Aaron Brand of the Yellow Jackets were named Lower State Coaches
By Thomas Grant Jr. Three teams in three games in Lexington County with a chance at a state championship berth. Those are the stakes for White Knoll, Brookland-Cayce, Gray Collegiate and White Knoll this Friday. The winners earn a trip to Orangeburg to play for a championship at Oliver C.
By Thomas Grant Jr. There’s one person on the Lexington football team who knows what to expect Friday night at The Reservation. Fortunately, it’s head coach Dustin Curtis. Last year as Dorman head coach, his team visited the proud home stadium of Gaffney football for a region game. The host
By Thomas Grant Jr. Win or hope not to stay home. That’s the scenario both Chapin and River Bluff face this Friday when they meet in the regular-seasonfinale at Cecil Woolbright Field. Both teams share the game overall and Region 4-5A record. The Eagles (5-4, 0-3) and Gators (5-4, 0-3)are
Head coach Dean Howell just got accustomed to Friday morning games. Northside Christian Academy opted for an early start to Week 8 for its home finale. The Crusaders came away with its biggest point total and margin of victory of the season against winless Palmetto Christian. The 60-20 win saw
By Thomas Grant Jr. Welcome to Lexington County – the home of the unbeatens. As the high school regular season ends, four schools remain unblemished in the loss column. White Knoll, Gilbert, Irmo and Gray Collegiate remain perfect on the season. No county in the state of South Carolina has