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Thomas Sumter girls, boys dispatch Williamsburg Academy

DALZELL - The Thomas Sumter Academy varsity girls basketball team entered Friday's contest at TSA's Edens Gymnasium against Williamsburg Academy sitting in second place in SCISA Region II-2A, … more

Chestnut Oaks clinches middle school title

The Chestnut Oaks Middle School girls basketball team clinched the Sumter Middle School Conference regular-season title with a 28-25 victory over Bates on Thursday at the BMS gymnasium. The Lady Falcons, who improved to 14-0 on the season, were … more

Eight local basketball teams maintain top 10 rankings

The eight local boys and girls high school basketball teams maintained their ranked status in the South Carolina Basketball Coaches Association polls released just a couple of hours before Tuesday's games. Some moved up, some moved down and some … more

LMA's Lupori wins SCISA individual bowling title

Laurence Manning Academy's Mark Lupori won the SCISA Individual Bowling Championship on Thursday at Gamecock Lanes. Lupori had a 3-game score of 687. He defeated Tyler Iasecki of Cardinal Newman, who finished second with a score of … more

East Clarendon cruises by GSF 64-30

TURBEVILLE - In a rematch of the 1A girls basketball lower state championship game last season, East Clarendon High School pounded Green Sea-Floyds 64-30 on Tuesday at the EC gymnasium. Talaysia Cooper had a double-double of 26 points and 12 … more

Barons edge Generals 50-47

DALZELL - A low-scoring second quarter proved to be fatal for Thomas Sumter Academy's varsity boys basketball team as it lost to Wilson Hall 50-47 on Tuesday at Edens Gymnasium. The Barons improved to 8-8 on the season while the Generals slipped … more

Wilson Hall 3rd, REL 4th in SCISA bowling tourney

Wilson Hall placed third and Robert E. Lee Academy fourth in the girls division of the SCISA Team Bowling Championships on Thursday, Jan. 18, at Gamecock Lanes. Heathwood Hall won the state title with a 3-game score of 454. Cardinal Newman was … more

To Duke or not to Duke?

First things first. This is not written in any way to denigrate Zion Williamson for his decision to play college basketball at Duke University. The 6-foot-6-inch phenom from Spartanburg Day School laid out his reasons for going to arguably the … more

Skole hopes to coach The Citadel to CWS glory

Tom Skole was an integral part of the most successful baseball team in the history of The Citadel, playing third base on the 1990 team that reached the College World Series. Now Skole's goal is to be part of the second Bulldog team to make a trip … more


TODAY Varsity and JV Basketball Lee Central at Central (No JV Girls), 5 p.m. B Team Basketball Laurence Manning at Orangeburg Prep, 5 p.m. Calhoun Academy at Thomas Sumter, 5 p.m. Middle School Basketball Lee Central at … more

Swampcats cruise past Camden Military

MANNING - Laurence Manning Academy improved to 12-5 on the season with a 78-52 victory over Camden Military on Tuesday at Bubba Davis Gymnasium. Taylor Lee led the Swampcats with 23 points. Grayson Dennis added 17, while Braydon Osteen had 11 and … more

Sumter pulls away from Conway for 58-42 victory

Sumter had commanded its game against Conway through three-plus quarters - a far cry from earlier in the month when the Tigers handed Sumter a 57-35 beating in Conway. But the third-ranked Tigers kept hanging around with No. 6 Sumter and trailed … more

Crestwood stays unbeaten in region play

CHESTERFIELD - Lee Central High School's varsity girls basketball team fell to 4-3 in Region IV-2A with a 56-52 loss to Chesterfield on Tuesday at CHS gymnasium. Robionne Myers led the Lady Stallions with 19 points and nine steals. Kendra Lesane … more

Bouncing back

DALZELL - Coming off a hard-fought, 3-point loss to 3-time defending SCISA 3A varsity girls basketball champion Northwood Academy on Monday, Wilson Hall head coach Glen Rector was concerned about how his team would respond on Tuesday in a rivalry … more

Thrice as nice

The Laurence Manning Academy boys bowling team felt good about its chances of winning its third straight SCISA team championship on Thursday at Gamecock Lanes. "We were really confident going in," said … more

Chestnut Oaks tops Manning to stay unbeaten

Wilson Hall's varsity girls basketball fell to 12-6 on the season with a 63-60 loss to Northwood Academy at Nash Student Center. Natalie Jackson led the Lady Barons with 18 points. Madison Elmore had 16 points and five steals, while Susanna … more

Payeur, WH sporting clays team finish first

EDGEFIELD - Mason Payeur won the highest overall score and led Wilson Hall's sporting clays team to a first-place finish in the senior varsity high school division of the SCDNR/SCISA Trap State Qualifier on Saturday at Palmetto Shooting … more

Scott's Branch girls beat C.E. Murray 61-45

SUMMERTON - Scott's Branch High School's varsity girls basketball team defeated C.E. Murray 61-45 on Friday at the SBHS gymnasium. Mary Wimberly led the Lady Eagles with 19 points. Chaniya Monroe added 14, while Tonia Lawson had nine and Cambria … more


MONDAY Varsity Basketball Sumter Christian at Carolina Christian (Boys Only), 4:30 p.m. Varsity and JV Basketball Northwood at Wilson Hall, 4 p.m. Pinewood Prep at Laurence Manning, 4 p.m. Junior Varsity Basketball Lugoff-Elgin … more

Sumter whips CF 63-26

MYRTLE BEACH - Sumter High School's varsity boys basketball team improved to 3-1 in Region VI-5A with a 63-26 victory over Carolina Forest on Friday at the CFHS gymnasium. The Gamecocks, who are now 11-7 on the season, were led in scoring by … more
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