Aiken Sports News

Local high school, college, and pro sports news in Aiken, SC

  • 19 hrs ago | via The Star 

    Silver Bluff girls outlast South Aiken

    For the second time in as many meetings, Silver Bluff's Ashanti Brown and Morgan Fair closed the door on South Aiken. The two combined for 27 points, including the Bulldogs' final two baskets, in Silver Bluff's 47-40 win Friday at South Aiken.


  • Thursday | via The Star 

    Local Results for Dec. 19

    The South Aiken junior varsity boys' basketball team lost to Silver Bluff Thursday, 43-20. Andrew Nelson scored six points to lead the Thoroughbreds , who will return to action on Dec. 27 against Josey in a Christmas tournament at Evans Middle School.


  • Wednesday Dec 17 | via The Star 

    Silver Bluff alum Robbins takes long road to major c...

    It isn't the route to playing college football that Blake Robbins planned to take. After leaving Silver Bluff High School, he encountered an unexpected turn and change of course.


  • Tuesday Dec 16 | via The Star 

    Midland Valley Lady Mustangs overcome large deficit ...

    As his Midland Valley Lady Mustangs battled through injury and illness Tuesday night, head coach Carl Prescott saw his team show a lot of heart. In the process, his team showed Silver Bluff its first loss of the season, battling back from down 15 points to stun the visiting Bulldogs, 45-43.


  • Monday Dec 15 | via The Star 

    Hornet's Bland signs with Coastal Georgia

    Staff photo by Kyle Dawson Aiken High volleyball player Carly Bland, seated second from right, signs with Coastal Georgia. Seated, from left, are her mother Cathy Bland, Natalie Grace Bland and father Wallis Bland.


  • Monday Dec 15 | via The Star 

    Local Results for Dec. 16

    Staff photo by Noah Feit South Aiken's Chance Prandy shoots over Aiken's D.J. Kitchings in a 50-43 loss to the Hornets. Prandy scored a team-high 15 points.


  • Friday Dec 12 | via The Aiken Standard 

    Hornets strike back in rivalry with T-Breds

    For the second week in a row, the boys' basketball game between crosstown rivals Aiken and South Aiken went down to the wire in the fourth quarter. This time, however, the Hornets prevailed in the Battle of Aiken, defending their home court with a 50-43 win Friday.


  • Thursday Dec 11 | via The Star 

    Local Results for Dec. 12

    Staff File Photo by Eric Russell Silver Bluff's Malcolm Green scored 27 points in the Bulldogs win ove Williston-Elko. Silver Bluff trailed by double figures for most of the game, but rallied late to pull off the victory.


  • Tuesday Dec 9 | via The Star 

    South Aiken holds off Silver Bluff in boys basketball

    South Aiken bounced back from a slow start Tuesday night in a rowdy Silver Bluff gym to knock off the host Bulldogs, 39-34. 'I don't know what it was as far as where our minds were, but we just weren't ready to play,' said South Aiken head coach Jared Adamson, who was quick to give credit to a 'hungry' Silver Bluff team.


  • Saturday Dec 6 | via The Star 

    Rivalry renewed in T-Breds' overtime win

    For the first time in a long time, the boys' basketball Battle of Aiken featured new head coaches on both side. It didn't take long for first-year Hornets head coach Darris Jackson and new Thoroughbreds boss Jared Adamson to discover that the crosstown rivalry is extremely intense.


Aiken High Schools

Aiken High (449 Rutland Drive)
Aiken Performing Arts Academy (Charter) (363 Laurens Street)
Silver Bluff High (64 Desoto Drive)
South Aiken High School (232 E Pine Log Road)