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Lakewood's Divon Woods and the Gators face off against Crestwood on Friday.

Sumter County matchup between Crestwood, Lakewood highlights 5 Things to Watch This Week

1. CRESTWOOD, LAKEWOOD MEET IN SUMTER COUNTY, REGION MATCHUPCrestwood is set to host Lakewood in a matchup of Sumter County and Region VI-3A rivals on Friday as the two teams jockey for playoff …

Lee Central's Kenneth Albert rushed for 141 yards against Marion on his way to winning the Hines Furniture Athlete of the Week.

Hines Furniture Athlete of the Week: Lee Central's Albert runs wild against Marion

Kenneth Albert has been at the heart of Lee Central's football team this season, and that continued when the Stallions faced Marion on Friday night. While Lee Central lost in the final seconds, Albert had a spectacular performance rushing for …

Lee Central head coach Justin Danner and the Stallions lost another game due to an opponent battling COVID-19, as their game with Latta on Friday was postponed to Oct. 15.

Lee Central game canceled; athletics return to Manning

High school sports continue to be in flux as teams adjust to COVID-19. Lee Central was set to host Latta for their home opener on Friday, but that game has been rescheduled. Latta is currently battling the virus. Because the cancellation came so …

Lee Central's Kwantre Harry did a little bit of everything in the Stallions' 28-0 win over Mullins to be named the Hines Furniture Athlete of the Week.

Hines Furniture Athlete of the Week: Lee Central's Harry does it all in win over Mullins

At first glance, the stat line for Lee Central's Kwantre Harry doesn't jump off the page. In LCHS's 28-0 win over Mullins, the Stallion signal caller only passed twice for 36 yards and rushed four times for 44 more. But that's only one side of the …

Sumter running back Keion Brown (3) rushed for 139 yards and two touchdowns to be named the Sumter Touchdown Club Offensive Player of the Week.

Brown and Dinkins named Sumter Touchdown Club Players of the Week after Sumter rides dominant running game to victory

The Sumter football team came into Friday's matchup with Carolina Forest hungry for a win. The last time the Gamecocks took the field was a loss to A.C. Flora two weeks prior, a rare regular season loss for SHS. Sumter needed to get off to a good …

The Lee Central football team is excited to be back on the field after missing the 2020 season. The school district decided to forgo the season due to COVID-19.

Lee Central nearly starting over as team returns after missing 2020

This preview comes from an interview with Lee Central head coach Justin Danner on The Blitz. You can listen to the full episode here. After missing the 2020 season due to COVID-19, the biggest …

Lee Central seniors (front row, left to right) Jamarion Johnson (79), Kenneth Albert, Samir Toney, (back row, left to right) Jaquan Powell, Khalir Hannibal, Lawrence Burroughs, Zyquan Jones and Kwantre Harry are the Stallions who stuck with the program despite the team not playing in 2020.

Lee Central seniors look back at a lost season of football

Painful.Sad.Devastating.These words and more described how Lee Central High School football players felt last fall. While almost every other school in South Carolina played football, the Stallions …

Lee Central running back Kenneth Albert scored the Stallions' first touchdown since 2019 as LC fell to North Central 19-6 on Friday.

Blocked punts and a pick-6 sinks Lee Central in first game since 2019

KERSHAW -- On what could be termed as opening night of the COVID 2.0 season of high school football in the tri-county area, it seemed fitting that the one football team that did not play any games last season would be the first, and only, local team …

Sumter High School quarterback Ryan McCants (2) and the Gamecocks have already seen their 2021 schedule change, but more alterations may be on the way.

Football schedules may change as COVID-19, referee shortages come to forefront

South Carolina High School League football schedules for the upcoming season are written in pencil at the moment, as concerns about COVID-19 and a shortage of referees leave the league and administrators looking for backup plans. During this …

PHOTOS: Lee Central football hits the practice field

Football is back at Lee Central. We stopped by practice yesterday to get a look at how the Stallions are shaping up for the season.